If possible how would you determine your horoscope sign if you were born on another planet?
We were discussing possible future colonization in the solar system and beyond in my astronomy class but if the time and position of the stars are different what sign would you be?
Answer by đāğĝěř
we’ll deal with this issue.. when its more realistic.
right now, let us just focus on more scientific facts… like astrology. lol
Answer by Nathan Birnbaum
Assuming you are a human being born in the future in a colony off-world, your horoscope would be determined by the date and time of birth via EARTH chronology.
Answer by JMKauftheil
It wouldn’t make sense to use Earth astrology, especially because the natal chart depends on where you were born – you would have no earthly position. And, because you wouldn’t be on earth, the positions of the planets would be altogether different, and would have to be considered from different angles.
And hell, if you weren’t in our solar system, none of that stuff could even remotely be considered. A new astrology would have to be created in regards to different planets.
Answer by km103
I’m sure it’d be determined by where the constellations are in the sky. Of course, our calender will be different on another planet, since the Sun rises and sets at very different times on other planets. The planets also take longer or shorter to orbit the Sun, than the Earth does. So our years would be longer or shorter. Also, we’d have added placements in birth charts, most likely, because most planets in our solar system have multiple moons. We’d also have the added Earth placement in our charts and we’ll probably take the colonised planet’s placement out, which would be our Sun sign most likely. Say if I was born on Mercury, I’d probably be a Scorpio and if I was born on Mars, I’d probably be a Virgo, because those are the placements in my birth chart. Of course for the generation that was born on Earth, their birth charts would stay the same, but their transits would be different being on a different planet. However, there might also be more predominant constellations in the sky all year on another planet, so we might actually have some new signs.
Answer by ChainLightninG⅜
Scientific? Do each of the planets really emit a “force” that programs our brains at birth and guide us through our uncertain lifespan? How is this detected and measured? Why is degree and angle so important but not distance? The skis have shifted for the past two thousand years and the signs are off about a month. So everything is not where people think it is. But does “modern” astrology adapt? No, it is stuck in the past. Except when new planets are found, then they reshuffle..
Take the time and do the science for astrology. You will find that it fails to beat random chance.
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What would a Leo starsign teacher be like?
I am very interested in horoscopes & star sign’s and such. So, I am thinking of soon becoming a teacher, I was wondering what type of characteristics a leo teacher would have, maybe?
Something of the sort anyway.
Would be appreciated.
Answer by Lady Tyche
Fun. Leo’s love the stage and what a perfect stage. The classroom.
Your students will look up to you. Your flair for getting attention is a bonus.
I believe Leo’s make wonderful charismatic teachers.
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