A birthday book published by Astrological Association of Australia has changed its title to Astrologica for Australia, reflecting changes to the country’s birth calendar that will be rolled out in the coming months.
The book, which was published last month, has been called a “birthday book” and a “miracle book” for people with birthsigns.
“We are pleased to have the opportunity to honour the birth of our nation’s most celebrated natural scientist, Sir James Watson,” Astrologue said in a statement on Monday.
“Sir James Watson was born in Perth, Australia on November 2, 1879, the same year that the first atomic bomb was detonated.”
The book was originally titled Astrolologica for Australasia and has since been renamed Astrologa for Australia.
“Our vision is to provide a simple, accessible and accessible reference guide for all who wish to discover more about Australia and the people who live here,” the statement said.
The new title is also to reflect changes to Australia’s birth date system.
According to the Royal Australian Institute of Technology (RANIT), there are currently 31 months in a year, with one month falling on a Saturday.
“This will mean that the Astrologging Book will be released on the Saturday before Christmas 2018, so that the world can get to know and celebrate our wonderful country in a timely and convenient way,” the association said in its statement.
“We will be publishing this book in December 2018.
We look forward to publishing it in 2018.”
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