All You Ever Wanted To Know About Constellations!

Are all groups of stars termed as constellations? Not really! Only the ones that have been recognized and ratified by the International Astronomical Union qualify so. As far as the total number of modern constellations is concerned, you can find around 88 of them listed by reputed international space bodies. And guess who was the first ever scientist to put together a list of constellations? You guessed it right, it was Greek Astronomer Ptolemy who put down the list. And of course, that takes us right across to the highly exciting and intriguing world of zodiac signs! Check out our blog for more news!

What are Zodiac Signs?

To put it down very simply, zodiac signs are nothing but 12 noteworthy constellations out of the 88 listed by the various international space bodies. Before we get any further, here’s the list of all 12 zodiac signs or astrological signs in an orderly manner:-

  • Aries
  • Taurus
  • Gemini
  • Cancer
  • Leo
  • Virgo
  • Libra
  • Scorpio
  • Sagittarius
  • Capricorn
  • Aquarius
  • Pisces

Whether you are a believer of astrology and zodiac signs in particular or not, one fact stays for sure that the stars do have lasting effects on us mortal beings as well as our planet, solar system and the universe as a whole. You might want to scoff at this fact, and if it was a few decades back, we probably couldn’t have defended ourselves. But now we can most certainly assert this fact on the basis of scientific backing. That’s right, folks.

There has been a breakthrough in the field of Quantum Physics, and the convergence-point of Astrology and Astronomy, which was hitherto completely rubbished by Science for centuries together, has finally been unveiled. And the results have stunned the entire space fraternity and observers.

While all facets of zodiac science and astrology have not found backing with life sciences, there is a sure shot backing of the overall theory, of how planetary forces and gravitational waves can foster vibrations that affect the surroundings, including both living beings as well as inanimate objects.

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