The NASA New Zodiac Sign 2016 caused much buzz when it was first released and right now it’s doing it again. A magnitude 7.8 earthquake hit Wellington, New Zealand on Monday, Nov. 14, 2016. This triggered landslides and a small tsunami. It also cracked roads and homes and left two people dead. But in general it did not bring the kind of devastation another deadly earthquake did five years ago.
According to CBS News, there were strong aftershocks that continued after the initial hit, leaving exhausted residents sleepless. Many were huddled outside, after seeking higher ground to avoid tsunami waves. The earthquake happened a little past midnight over 120 miles to the north. This was also felt strongly to the south in the city of Christchurch, which saw massive devastation by an earthquake back in 2011 that took the lives of 185 individuals. Residents claim the grounds shook for about three minutes.
Furthermore, the quake temporarily knocked out New Zealand’s emergency call number 111. This is according to police reports. It also collapsed a ferry-loading ramp in Wellington, broke windows and caused the items from shelves to fall. Hundreds of tourists were also forced to hit the streets as hotels were evacuated.
Does Ophiuchus Have Anything to Do with the Quake?
Here’s what Daily Horoscope has to say: Western Astrology is based on the Tropical zodiac, as in, it’s based on the season, not the stars. Each year, the Sun will move through the sky (as seen from the Earth), making its way through each of the 12 sections of the sky named Aries, Taurus, Gemini and so on, all the way through Pisces. This means that the first day of spring, summer, autumn and winter will always collide with the first day of the Sun in Aries, Cancer, Libra or Capricorn (that is why they are called the Cardinal signs, in the middle of each season).
The Sun will then move into Taurus, Leo, Scorpio or Aquarius, the Fixed signs, in the middle of each season. And lastly, each season will wrap up as the Sun completes its journey through Gemini, Virgo,
Sagittarius or Pisces, the Mutable signs. This will not change as the earth tilts at varying degrees, nor will it change if any more mysterious star constellations pop up, the likes of Ophiuchus, which recently created a buzz as the rumored 13th sign of the zodiac (also untrue).
Then again, whether you believe it or not to be true is completely up to you. For more of NASA new zodiac sign 2016 news and latest update, keep it here on TheBitBag. Hit us with your feedback in the comments below.