[SHOCKING]The NEW 13th Sign of the Zodiac, Ophiuchus

Ophiuchus is a large constellation located around the celestial equator. Its name is Greek (Ὀφιοῦχος) for ‘serpent-bearer’, and it is commonly represented as a man grasping the snake that is represented by the constellation Serpens. Ophiuchus was one of the 48 constellations listed by the second-century astronomer Ptolemy, and it remains one of the 88 modern constellations. It was formerly referred to as Serpentarius English pronunciation: /ˌsɜrpənˈtɛəriəs/, a Latin word meaning the same as its current name.

Ophiuchus Traits
Traits peculiar to an Ophiuchus is something all those who have a birth date between Nov. 29 and Dec. 17, are looking to find out about. It would seem that 31% of Americans believe that their astrological sign has an influence on their personality.

Ophiuchus is a rarely used astrological sign, not included in most versions of the Zodiac. It is also known as Serpentarius. The Sun passes through the eponymous constellation between November 29 and December 17.

In Mythology Ophiuchus is identified with the healer Asclepius, son of Apollo, who became so skilled that he brought the dead back to life. Hades later convinced Zeus to kill Asclepius with a lightning bolt. After he died he was then placed in the stars as a constellation.

Onto the traits that are peculiar to an Ophiuchus;

An Interpreter of dreams, who attracts good luck and fruitful blessings. Holds lofty ideals and is a seeker of peace and harmony. Inventive in nature, with expanding qualities. will often seek higher education and wisdom and can end up as an overseer, or supervisor of work. Can rise to fame – either grand, or completely misunderstood. Tends to enjoy longevity and has aspirations of healing the ills of man.

Will reach for the stars, figuratively and literally. For many a large family is indicated, but apt to be separated from them when young. The number twelve holds great significance. Has foresight and good fortune to benefit from hard times. Has secret enemies in family or close associations, with many jealous of this subject.

Often thought of as apple of father’s eye when young. High position in life expected [depending on aspects]. Highest fame and legend often does not come until after death. In general can be wise, even a genius mentality. Likes to wear clothing of vibrant colors, and plaids in particular and often receives the favor of those in authority.

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