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What's your sign?

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KENNEWICK, Wash.—What was once written in the stars is getting rewritten.  The next time someone asks you, "What's your sign?" you may have a different answer.

A professor at the Minnesota Planetarium Society says the Zodiac has a date problem.  As the earth spins the axis changes as it wobbles.  Thousands of years later it means the stars are not aligned, and your Zodiac sign may have changed, but are you buying into it?

KNDU spoke with Patricia Labelle, a psychic counselor, who says we have choices, and we choose who we become; therefore, a sign won't change us.

"Why would they be concerned?  They are who they are and a new sign isn't going to make them any different," says Patricia Labelle, psychic counselor.

That may be good news for those with tattoos of their sign.  One local artist says so far he hasn't seen anyone change their Zodiac tattoo, but he wouldn't be surprised if people asked for their new sign. 

However, whether you were a Capricorn and now an Aquarius Labelle has one message.

"Everything has a purpose," says Labelle.