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Babylonian astrologers, and later the Greeks, originally determined Zodiac signs by which constellation the sun was "in" on the day you were born.
Early astronomers observed the sun traveling through the signs of the Zodiac in the course of one year, spending about a month in each.
[Related: Wobbly Earth Means Your Horoscope Is Wrong] The ecliptic, or the path of the sun as it's perceived from the revolving Earth, passes through the constellations that formed the Zodiac: Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius and Pisces.
Astrologers skip a 13th constellation that also resides on the ecliptic: Ophiuchus.
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The woman, identified only as Ali, had spent five years on the streets, where she quickly became addicted to heroin and fully dependent on her sex traffickers for drugs and money, officials said.
She escaped with the help of law enforcement, although it’s unclear when.
“They have that control over you,” Ali said of her sex traffickers, who physically abused her. I was willing to sacrifice enduring that because without that person I thought I had nothing.” Ali, who has a master’s degree, said she left her stable home for the notoriously violent streets of Kensington after she tried heroin and became addicted.
“I felt obligated to do certain things with them in order for them to keep providing for me . “It’s honestly like a war zone,” she said of the neighborhood.
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