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For the purposes of Behenian Fixed Stars the Star known as Alpha Leo or Cor Leon

is, also known as Regulus, should be considered under the auspices of the differ
ences noted in zodiacs as listed above, sidereal versus tropical. In November 20
11, through the process of precession, Regulus or the "Heart of the Lion" found
itself aligned with 0 Degrees Virgo according to the Tropical Zodiac, which uses
the Vernal Equinox as a fiduciary point of reference. In the Sidereal System Re
gulus is still considered very much within the Sign and the Constellation Leo, b
ut in the Tropical System, relatively recently, the Star is no longer in the Sig
n of Leo but instead is measured as being in the Sign of Virgo.For the purposes
of Behenian Fixed Stars the Star known as Alpha Leo or Cor Leonis, also known as
Regulus, should be considered under the auspices of the differences noted in zo
diacs as listed above, sidereal versus tropical. In November 2011, through the p
rocess of precession, Regulus or the "Heart of the Lion" found itself aligned wi
th 0 Degrees Virgo according to the Tropical Zodiac, which uses the Vernal Equin
ox as a fiduciary point of reference. In the Sidereal System Regulus is still co
nsidered very much within the Sign and the Constellation Leo, but in the Tropica
l System, relatively recently, the Star is no longer in the Sign of Leo but inst
ead is measured as being in the Sign of Virgo.For the purposes of Behenian Fixed
Stars the Star known as Alpha Leo or Cor Leonis, also known as Regulus, should
be considered under the auspices of the differences noted in zodiacs as listed a
bove, sidereal versus tropical. In November 2011, through the process of precess
ion, Regulus or the "Heart of the Lion" found itself aligned with 0 Degrees Virg
o according to the Tropical Zodiac, which uses the Vernal Equinox as a fiduciary
point of reference. In the Sidereal System Regulus is still considered very muc
h within the Sign and the Constellation Leo, but in the Tropical System, relativ
ely recently, the Star is no longer in the Sign of Leo but instead is measured a
s being in the Sign of Virgo.For the purposes of Behenian Fixed Stars the Star k
nown as Alpha Leo or Cor Leonis, also known as Regulus, should be considered und
er the auspices of the differences noted in zodiacs as listed above, sidereal ve
rsus tropical. In November 2011, through the process of precession, Regulus or t
he "Heart of the Lion" found itself aligned with 0 Degrees Virgo according to th
e Tropical Zodiac, which uses the Vernal Equinox as a fiduciary point of referen
ce. In the Sidereal System Regulus is still considered very much within the Sign
and the Constellation Leo, but in the Tropical System, relatively recently, the
Star is no longer in the Sign of Leo but instead is measured as being in the Si
gn of Virgo.For the purposes of Behenian Fixed Stars the Star known as Alpha Leo
or Cor Leonis, also known as Regulus, should be considered under the auspices o
f the differences noted in zodiacs as listed above, sidereal versus tropical. In
November 2011, through the process of precession, Regulus or the "Heart of the
Lion" found itself aligned with 0 Degrees Virgo according to the Tropical Zodiac
, which uses the Vernal Equinox as a fiduciary point of reference. In the Sidere
al System Regulus is still considered very much within the Sign and the Constell
ation Leo, but in the Tropical System, relatively recently, the Star is no longe
r in the Sign of Leo but instead is measured as being in the Sign of Virgo.For t
he purposes of Behenian Fixed Stars the Star known as Alpha Leo or Cor Leonis, a
lso known as Regulus, should be considered under the auspices of the differences
noted in zodiacs as listed above, sidereal versus tropical. In November 2011, t
hrough the process of precession, Regulus or the "Heart of the Lion" found itsel
f aligned with 0 Degrees Virgo according to the Tropical Zodiac, which uses the
Vernal Equinox as a fiduciary point of reference. In the Sidereal System Regulus
is still considered very much within the Sign and the Constellation Leo, but in
the Tropical System, relatively recently, the Star is no longer in the Sign of
Leo but instead is measured as being in the Sign of Virgo.For the purposes of Be
henian Fixed Stars the Star known as Alpha Leo or Cor Leonis, also known as Regu
lus, should be considered under the auspices of the differences noted in zodiacs
as listed above, sidereal versus tropical. In November 2011, through the proces
s of precession, Regulus or the "Heart of the Lion" found itself aligned with 0
Degrees Virgo according to the Tropical Zodiac, which uses the Vernal Equinox as
a fiduciary point of reference. In the Sidereal System Regulus is still conside
red very much within the Sign and the Constellation Leo, but in the Tropical Sys
tem, relatively recently, the Star is no longer in the Sign of Leo but instead i
s measured as being in the Sign of Virgo.For the purposes of Behenian Fixed Star
s the Star known as Alpha Leo or Cor Leonis, also known as Regulus, should be co
nsidered under the auspices of the differences noted in zodiacs as listed above,
sidereal versus tropical. In November 2011, through the process of precession,
Regulus or the "Heart of the Lion" found itself aligned with 0 Degrees Virgo acc
ording to the Tropical Zodiac, which uses the Vernal Equinox as a fiduciary poin
t of reference. In the Sidereal System Regulus is still considered very much wit
hin the Sign and the Constellation Leo, but in the Tropical System, relatively r
ecently, the Star is no longer in the Sign of Leo but instead is measured as bei
ng in the Sign of Virgo.For the purposes of Behenian Fixed Stars the Star known
as Alpha Leo or Cor Leonis, also known as Regulus, should be considered under th
e auspices of the differences noted in zodiacs as listed above, sidereal versus
tropical. In November 2011, through the process of precession, Regulus or the "H
eart of the Lion" found itself aligned with 0 Degrees Virgo according to the Tro
pical Zodiac, which uses the Vernal Equinox as a fiduciary point of reference. I
n the Sidereal System Regulus is still considered very much within the Sign and
the Constellation Leo, but in the Tropical System, relatively recently, the Star
is no longer in the Sign of Leo but instead is measured as being in the Sign of
Virgo.For the purposes of Behenian Fixed Stars the Star known as Alpha Leo or C
or Leonis, also known as Regulus, should be considered under the auspices of the
differences noted in zodiacs as listed above, sidereal versus tropical. In Nove
mber 2011, through the process of precession, Regulus or the "Heart of the Lion"
found itself aligned with 0 Degrees Virgo according to the Tropical Zodiac, whi
ch uses the Vernal Equinox as a fiduciary point of reference. In the Sidereal Sy
stem Regulus is still considered very much within the Sign and the Constellation
Leo, but in the Tropical System, relatively recently, the Star is no longer in
the Sign of Leo but instead is measured as being in the Sign of Virgo.For the pu
rposes of Behenian Fixed Stars the Star known as Alpha Leo or Cor Leonis, also k
nown as Regulus, should be considered under the auspices of the differences note
d in zodiacs as listed above, sidereal versus tropical. In November 2011, throug
h the process of precession, Regulus or the "Heart of the Lion" found itself ali
gned with 0 Degrees Virgo according to the Tropical Zodiac, which uses the Verna
l Equinox as a fiduciary point of reference. In the Sidereal System Regulus is s
till considered very much within the Sign and the Constellation Leo, but in the
Tropical System, relatively recently, the Star is no longer in the Sign of Leo b
ut instead is measured as being in the Sign of Virgo.For the purposes of Behenia
n Fixed Stars the Star known as Alpha Leo or Cor Leonis, also known as Regulus,
should be considered under the auspices of the differences noted in zodiacs as l
isted above, sidereal versus tropical. In November 2011, through the process of
precession, Regulus or the "Heart of the Lion" found itself aligned with 0 Degre
es Virgo according to the Tropical Zodiac, which uses the Vernal Equinox as a fi
duciary point of reference. In the Sidereal System Regulus is still considered v
ery much within the Sign and the Constellation Leo, but in the Tropical System,
relatively recently, the Star is no longer in the Sign of Leo but instead is mea
sured as being in the Sign of Virgo.For the purposes of Behenian Fixed Stars the
Star known as Alpha Leo or Cor Leonis, also known as Regulus, should be conside
red under the auspices of the differences noted in zodiacs as listed above, side
real versus tropical. In November 2011, through the process of precession, Regul
us or the "Heart of the Lion" found itself aligned with 0 Degrees Virgo accordin
g to the Tropical Zodiac, which uses the Vernal Equinox as a fiduciary point of
reference. In the Sidereal System Regulus is still considered very much within t
he Sign and the Constellation Leo, but in the Tropical System, relatively recent
ly, the Star is no longer in the Sign of Leo but instead is measured as being in
the Sign of Virgo.For the purposes of Behenian Fixed Stars the Star known as Al
pha Leo or Cor Leonis, also known as Regulus, should be considered under the aus
pices of the differences noted in zodiacs as listed above, sidereal versus tropi
cal. In November 2011, through the process of precession, Regulus or the "Heart
of the Lion" found itself aligned with 0 Degrees Virgo according to the Tropical
Zodiac, which uses the Vernal Equinox as a fiduciary point of reference. In the
Sidereal System Regulus is still considered very much within the Sign and the C
onstellation Leo, but in the Tropical System, relatively recently, the Star is n
o longer in the Sign of Leo but instead is measured as being in the Sign of Virg
o.For the purposes of Behenian Fixed Stars the Star known as Alpha Leo or Cor Le
onis, also known as Regulus, should be considered under the auspices of the diff
erences noted in zodiacs as listed above, sidereal versus tropical. In November
2011, through the process of precession, Regulus or the "Heart of the Lion" foun
d itself aligned with 0 Degrees Virgo according to the Tropical Zodiac, which us
es the Vernal Equinox as a fiduciary point of reference. In the Sidereal System
Regulus is still considered very much within the Sign and the Constellation Leo,
but in the Tropical System, relatively recently, the Star is no longer in the S
ign of Leo but instead is measured as being in the Sign of Virgo.For the purpose
s of Behenian Fixed Stars the Star known as Alpha Leo or Cor Leonis, also known
as Regulus, should be considered under the auspices of the differences noted in
zodiacs as listed above, sidereal versus tropical. In November 2011, through the
process of precession, Regulus or the "Heart of the Lion" found itself aligned
with 0 Degrees Virgo according to the Tropical Zodiac, which uses the Vernal Equ
inox as a fiduciary point of reference. In the Sidereal System Regulus is still
considered very much within the Sign and the Constellation Leo, but in the Tropi
cal System, relatively recently, the Star is no longer in the Sign of Leo but in
stead is measured as being in the Sign of Virgo.For the purposes of Behenian Fix
ed Stars the Star known as Alpha Leo or Cor Leonis, also known as Regulus, shoul
d be considered under the auspices of the differences noted in zodiacs as listed
above, sidereal versus tropical. In November 2011, through the process of prece
ssion, Regulus or the "Heart of the Lion" found itself aligned with 0 Degrees Vi
rgo according to the Tropical Zodiac, which uses the Vernal Equinox as a fiducia
ry point of reference. In the Sidereal System Regulus is still considered very m
uch within the Sign and the Constellation Leo, but in the Tropical System, relat
ively recently, the Star is no longer in the Sign of Leo but instead is measured
as being in the Sign of Virgo.For the purposes of Behenian Fixed Stars the Star
known as Alpha Leo or Cor Leonis, also known as Regulus, should be considered u
nder the auspices of the differences noted in zodiacs as listed above, sidereal
versus tropical. In November 2011, through the process of precession, Regulus or
the "Heart of the Lion" found itself aligned with 0 Degrees Virgo according to
the Tropical Zodiac, which uses the Vernal Equinox as a fiduciary point of refer
ence. In the Sidereal System Regulus is still considered very much within the Si
gn and the Constellation Leo, but in the Tropical System, relatively recently, t
he Star is no longer in the Sign of Leo but instead is measured as being in the
Sign of Virgo.For the purposes of Behenian Fixed Stars the Star known as Alpha L
eo or Cor Leonis, also known as Regulus, should be considered under the auspices
of the differences noted in zodiacs as listed above, sidereal versus tropical.
In November 2011, through the process of precession, Regulus or the "Heart of th
e Lion" found itself aligned with 0 Degrees Virgo according to the Tropical Zodi
ac, which uses the Vernal Equinox as a fiduciary point of reference. In the Side
real System Regulus is still considered very much within the Sign and the Conste
llation Leo, but in the Tropical System, relatively recently, the Star is no lon
ger in the Sign of Leo but instead is measured as being in the Sign of Virgo.For
the purposes of Behenian Fixed Stars the Star known as Alpha Leo or Cor Leonis,
also known as Regulus, should be considered under the auspices of the differenc
es noted in zodiacs as listed above, sidereal versus tropical. In November 2011,
through the process of precession, Regulus or the "Heart of the Lion" found its
elf aligned with 0 Degrees Virgo according to the Tropical Zodiac, which uses th
e Vernal Equinox as a fiduciary point of reference. In the Sidereal System Regul
us is still considered very much within the Sign and the Constellation Leo, but
in the Tropical System, relatively recently, the Star is no longer in the Sign o
f Leo but instead is measured as being in the Sign of Virgo.For the purposes of
Behenian Fixed Stars the Star known as Alpha Leo or Cor Leonis, also known as Re
gulus, should be considered under the auspices of the differences noted in zodia
cs as listed above, sidereal versus tropical. In November 2011, through the proc
ess of precession, Regulus or the "Heart of the Lion" found itself aligned with
0 Degrees Virgo according to the Tropical Zodiac, which uses the Vernal Equinox
as a fiduciary point of reference. In the Sidereal System Regulus is still consi
dered very much within the Sign and the Constellation Leo, but in the Tropical S
ystem, relatively recently, the Star is no longer in the Sign of Leo but instead
is measured as being in the Sign of Virgo.For the purposes of Behenian Fixed St
ars the Star known as Alpha Leo or Cor Leonis, also known as Regulus, should be
considered under the auspices of the differences noted in zodiacs as listed abov
e, sidereal versus tropical. In November 2011, through the process of precession
, Regulus or the "Heart of the Lion" found itself aligned with 0 Degrees Virgo a
ccording to the Tropical Zodiac, which uses the Vernal Equinox as a fiduciary po
int of reference. In the Sidereal System Regulus is still considered very much w
ithin the Sign and the Constellation Leo, but in the Tropical System, relatively
recently, the Star is no longer in the Sign of Leo but instead is measured as b
eing in the Sign of Virgo.For the purposes of Behenian Fixed Stars the Star know
n as Alpha Leo or Cor Leonis, also known as Regulus, should be considered under
the auspices of the differences noted in zodiacs as listed above, sidereal versu
s tropical. In November 2011, through the process of precession, Regulus or the
"Heart of the Lion" found itself aligned with 0 Degrees Virgo according to the T
ropical Zodiac, which uses the Vernal Equinox as a fiduciary point of reference.
In the Sidereal System Regulus is still considered very much within the Sign an
d the Constellation Leo, but in the Tropical System, relatively recently, the St
ar is no longer in the Sign of Leo but instead is measured as being in the Sign
of Virgo.For the purposes of Behenian Fixed Stars the Star known as Alpha Leo or
Cor Leonis, also known as Regulus, should be considered under the auspices of t
he differences noted in zodiacs as listed above, sidereal versus tropical. In No
vember 2011, through the process of precession, Regulus or the "Heart of the Lio
n" found itself aligned with 0 Degrees Virgo according to the Tropical Zodiac, w
hich uses the Vernal Equinox as a fiduciary point of reference. In the Sidereal
System Regulus is still considered very much within the Sign and the Constellati
on Leo, but in the Tropical System, relatively recently, the Star is no longer i
n the Sign of Leo but instead is measured as being in the Sign of Virgo.For the
purposes of Behenian Fixed Stars the Star known as Alpha Leo or Cor Leonis, also
known as Regulus, should be considered under the auspices of the differences no
ted in zodiacs as listed above, sidereal versus tropical. In November 2011, thro
ugh the process of precession, Regulus or the "Heart of the Lion" found itself a
ligned with 0 Degrees Virgo according to the Tropical Zodiac, which uses the Ver
nal Equinox as a fiduciary point of reference. In the Sidereal System Regulus is
still considered very much within the Sign and the Constellation Leo, but in th
e Tropical System, relatively recently, the Star is no longer in the Sign of Leo
but instead is measured as being in the Sign of Virgo.For the purposes of Behen
ian Fixed Stars the Star known as Alpha Leo or Cor Leonis, also known as Regulus
, should be considered under the auspices of the differences noted in zodiacs as
listed above, sidereal versus tropical. In November 2011, through the process o
f precession, Regulus or the "Heart of the Lion" found itself aligned with 0 Deg
rees Virgo according to the Tropical Zodiac, which uses the Vernal Equinox as a
fiduciary point of reference. In the Sidereal System Regulus is still considered
very much within the Sign and the Constellation Leo, but in the Tropical System
, relatively recently, the Star is no longer in the Sign of Leo but instead is m
easured as being in the Sign of Virgo.For the purposes of Behenian Fixed Stars t
he Star known as Alpha Leo or Cor Leonis, also known as Regulus, should be consi
dered under the auspices of the differences noted in zodiacs as listed above, si
dereal versus tropical. In November 2011, through the process of precession, Reg
ulus or the "Heart of the Lion" found itself aligned with 0 Degrees Virgo accord
ing to the Tropical Zodiac, which uses the Vernal Equinox as a fiduciary point o
f reference. In the Sidereal System Regulus is still considered very much within
the Sign and the Constellation Leo, but in the Tropical System, relatively rece
ntly, the Star is no longer in the Sign of Leo but instead is measured as being
in the Sign of Virgo.For the purposes of Behenian Fixed Stars the Star known as
Alpha Leo or Cor Leonis, also known as Regulus, should be considered under the a
uspices of the differences noted in zodiacs as listed above, sidereal versus tro
pical. In November 2011, through the process of precession, Regulus or the "Hear
t of the Lion" found itself aligned with 0 Degrees Virgo according to the Tropic
al Zodiac, which uses the Vernal Equinox as a fiduciary point of reference. In t
he Sidereal System Regulus is still considered very much within the Sign and the
Constellation Leo, but in the Tropical System, relatively recently, the Star is
no longer in the Sign of Leo but instead is measured as being in the Sign of Vi
rgo.For the purposes of Behenian Fixed Stars the Star known as Alpha Leo or Cor
Leonis, also known as Regulus, should be considered under the auspices of the di
fferences noted in zodiacs as listed above, sidereal versus tropical. In Novembe
r 2011, through the process of precession, Regulus or the "Heart of the Lion" fo
und itself aligned with 0 Degrees Virgo according to the Tropical Zodiac, which
uses the Vernal Equinox as a fiduciary point of reference. In the Sidereal Syste
m Regulus is still considered very much within the Sign and the Constellation Le
o, but in the Tropical System, relatively recently, the Star is no longer in the
Sign of Leo but instead is measured as being in the Sign of Virgo.For the purpo
ses of Behenian Fixed Stars the Star known as Alpha Leo or Cor Leonis, also know
n as Regulus, should be considered under the auspices of the differences noted i
n zodiacs as listed above, sidereal versus tropical. In November 2011, through t
he process of precession, Regulus or the "Heart of the Lion" found itself aligne
d with 0 Degrees Virgo according to the Tropical Zodiac, which uses the Vernal E
quinox as a fiduciary point of reference. In the Sidereal System Regulus is stil
l considered very much within the Sign and the Constellation Leo, but in the Tro
pical System, relatively recently, the Star is no longer in the Sign of Leo but
instead is measured as being in the Sign of Virgo.For the purposes of Behenian F
ixed Stars the Star known as Alpha Leo or Cor Leonis, also known as Regulus, sho
uld be considered under the auspices of the differences noted in zodiacs as list
ed above, sidereal versus tropical. In November 2011, through the process of pre
cession, Regulus or the "Heart of the Lion" found itself aligned with 0 Degrees
Virgo according to the Tropical Zodiac, which uses the Vernal Equinox as a fiduc
iary point of reference. In the Sidereal System Regulus is still considered very
much within the Sign and the Constellation Leo, but in the Tropical System, rel
atively recently, the Star is no longer in the Sign of Leo but instead is measur
ed as being in the Sign of Virgo.For the purposes of Behenian Fixed Stars the St
ar known as Alpha Leo or Cor Leonis, also known as Regulus, should be considered
under the auspices of the differences noted in zodiacs as listed above, siderea
l versus tropical. In November 2011, through the process of precession, Regulus
or the "Heart of the Lion" found itself aligned with 0 Degrees Virgo according t
o the Tropical Zodiac, which uses the Vernal Equinox as a fiduciary point of ref
erence. In the Sidereal System Regulus is still considered very much within the
Sign and the Constellation Leo, but in the Tropical System, relatively recently,
the Star is no longer in the Sign of Leo but instead is measured as being in th
e Sign of Virgo.For the purposes of Behenian Fixed Stars the Star known as Alpha
Leo or Cor Leonis, also known as Regulus, should be considered under the auspic
es of the differences noted in zodiacs as listed above, sidereal versus tropical
. In November 2011, through the process of precession, Regulus or the "Heart of
the Lion" found itself aligned with 0 Degrees Virgo according to the Tropical Zo
diac, which uses the Vernal Equinox as a fiduciary point of reference. In the Si
dereal System Regulus is still considered very much within the Sign and the Cons
tellation Leo, but in the Tropical System, relatively recently, the Star is no l
onger in the Sign of Leo but instead is measured as being in the Sign of Virgo.F
or the purposes of Behenian Fixed Stars the Star known as Alpha Leo or Cor Leoni
s, also known as Regulus, should be considered under the auspices of the differe
nces noted in zodiacs as listed above, sidereal versus tropical. In November 201
1, through the process of precession, Regulus or the "Heart of the Lion" found i
tself aligned with 0 Degrees Virgo according to the Tropical Zodiac, which uses
the Vernal Equinox as a fiduciary point of reference. In the Sidereal System Reg
ulus is still considered very much within the Sign and the Constellation Leo, bu
t in the Tropical System, relatively recently, the Star is no longer in the Sign
of Leo but instead is measured as being in the Sign of Virgo.For the purposes o
f Behenian Fixed Stars the Star known as Alpha Leo or Cor Leonis, also known as
Regulus, should be considered under the auspices of the differences noted in zod
iacs as listed above, sidereal versus tropical. In November 2011, through the pr
ocess of precession, Regulus or the "Heart of the Lion" found itself aligned wit
h 0 Degrees Virgo according to the Tropical Zodiac, which uses the Vernal Equino
x as a fiduciary point of reference. In the Sidereal System Regulus is still con
sidered very much within the Sign and the Constellation Leo, but in the Tropical
System, relatively recently, the Star is no longer in the Sign of Leo but inste
ad is measured as being in the Sign of Virgo.For the purposes of Behenian Fixed
Stars the Star known as Alpha Leo or Cor Leonis, also known as Regulus, should b
e considered under the auspices of the differences noted in zodiacs as listed ab
ove, sidereal versus tropical. In November 2011, through the process of precessi
on, Regulus or the "Heart of the Lion" found itself aligned with 0 Degrees Virgo
according to the Tropical Zodiac, which uses the Vernal Equinox as a fiduciary
point of reference. In the Sidereal System Regulus is still considered very much
within the Sign and the Constellation Leo, but in the Tropical System, relative
ly recently, the Star is no longer in the Sign of Leo but instead is measured as
being in the Sign of Virgo.For the purposes of Behenian Fixed Stars the Star kn
own as Alpha Leo or Cor Leonis, also known as Regulus, should be considered unde
r the auspices of the differences noted in zodiacs as listed above, sidereal ver
sus tropical. In November 2011, through the process of precession, Regulus or th
e "Heart of the Lion" found itself aligned with 0 Degrees Virgo according to the
Tropical Zodiac, which uses the Vernal Equinox as a fiduciary point of referenc
e. In the Sidereal System Regulus is still considered very much within the Sign
and the Constellation Leo, but in the Tropical System, relatively recently, the
Star is no longer in the Sign of Leo but instead is measured as being in the Sig
n of Virgo.For the purposes of Behenian Fixed Stars the Star known as Alpha Leo
or Cor Leonis, also known as Regulus, should be considered under the auspices of
the differences noted in zodiacs as listed above, sidereal versus tropical. In
November 2011, through the process of precession, Regulus or the "Heart of the L
ion" found itself aligned with 0 Degrees Virgo according to the Tropical Zodiac,
which uses the Vernal Equinox as a fiduciary point of reference. In the Siderea
l System Regulus is still considered very much within the Sign and the Constella
tion Leo, but in the Tropical System, relatively recently, the Star is no longer
in the Sign of Leo but instead is measured as being in the Sign of Virgo.For th
e purposes of Behenian Fixed Stars the Star known as Alpha Leo or Cor Leonis, al
so known as Regulus, should be considered under the auspices of the differences
noted in zodiacs as listed above, sidereal versus tropical. In November 2011, th
rough the process of precession, Regulus or the "Heart of the Lion" found itself
aligned with 0 Degrees Virgo according to the Tropical Zodiac, which uses the V
ernal Equinox as a fiduciary point of reference. In the Sidereal System Regulus
is still considered very much within the Sign and the Constellation Leo, but in
the Tropical System, relatively recently, the Star is no longer in the Sign of L
eo but instead is measured as being in the Sign of Virgo.