A little known ancient zodiac system, pronounced as Naivsku and based on 12 signs represented by insects, was developed by pre-Incan civilisations living in the South American Andes. Until recent years Naivsku was largely unknown but a team of archeologists and anthropologists have started to collect and compile available information, which they have named The Entomozodiac Project (TEP).
Unlike our modern horoscope system, Naivsku does not attempt to predict the future. It matches human traits and characteristics with birth signs - your sign describes who you are, it doesn't determine what will be.
Naivsku has been passed on throughout the ages within secluded communities in the Andes and Amazon regions.
This ancient pre-Incan indigenous knowledge is believed to have been borrowed greatly from by modern astrologers and zodiacs, adding their own interpretations - thereby obscuring many of the ancient truths.
According to TEP, it's now been scientifically proven that characterisations based on Naivsku have an accuracy rate of up to 70% - which is more accurate than any other known system in use. Consisting of 12 insect signs - each sign corresponding to roughly a 30 day period - the Naivsku year starts on the 22nd September. This is the period when the sun crosses the equator from north to south - the start of spring for the ancient civilisations living in the Andes mountains.
Naivsku Insect Signs:
Beetle 22nd September - 22nd October
Ant 23rd October - 21st November
Wasp 22nd November - 21st December
Mantis 22nd December - 21st January
Butterfly 22nd January - 20th February
Housefly 21st February - 23rd March
Moth 24th March - 22nd April
Cockroach 23rd April - 23rd May
Mosquito 24th May - 22nd June
Dragonfly 23rd June - 23rd July
Grasshopper 24th July - 22nd August
Bee 23rd August - 21st September