15 Jan '11, 1am

Your zodiac sign may have changed and you could even be an... Ophiucus.

WASHINGTON - THOUSANDS of people woke up to the realisation this week that they aren't who they thought they were. Worse still, neither was that partner they always thought they were so compatible with based on their astrological signs, because this week it was announced that many of us were reading the wrong horoscope. 'Over the 2,500 years or so since the zodiac was established, your sign has moved about a month relative to the sun and stars,' wrote Robert Roy Britt in a posting on LiveScience that was republished by a newspaper in Minnesota, triggering the zodiac panic. 'You're no longer what you think you are, and so if you're an astrology buff, perhaps poised to make a New Year's resolution based on the stars and a reading of your supposed personality, know that you're actually following observations, predictions and advice aimed at another person entirely.' The shift...

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