Now that astronomers at the Minnesota Planetarium Society have redefined the zodiac calendar, former Sagittarians and Capricorns born between Nov. 29 and Dec. 17 are buzzing about the unknown implications of their new sign.
Whether or not you’re part of the 31% of Americans who believe in the astrological signs, who doesn’t get a kick out of comparing their personality to their alleged horoscope traits?
(More on TIME.com: See your new horoscope.)
Alas, NewsFeed has consulted our, um, star readers, to answer some must-know questions about the 13th sign. Astrology believers … behold! Doubters … aren’t you just a little curious:
The constellation Ophiuchus represents a man wrestling a serpent, dividing the snake’s body in two parts. It is the only sign of the zodiac linked to real men, sharing traits with Imhotep, a 27th century BCE Egyptian doctor, and biblical Joseph.
Like Imhotep, Ophiuchus is considered a healer of men and a doctor of medicine or science. He seeks higher education and enlightenment. He is expected to achieve a high position in life.
(More on TIME.com: Read about the Chinese zodiac.)
Like Joseph, he is an interpreter of dreams and vivid premonitions. He is envied by his peers and favored by his father and authority figures.
The Asclepius and the Caduceus, the medical staff, are based on the constellation.
Now all you new Ophiciuchi can move beyond your identity crises.