Various dates have been given for Vernal Equinox's entry into the constellation of Aquarius from 2012-2150. Around the time of Christ, the Spring Equinox Point lay between the constellations of Aries and Pisces, moving backwards out of Aries the Ram and into Pisces the Fish at the knot in the cord - Alrisha (Al Rischa).
The first fish faces east and swims upward while the other swims west along the plane of the ecliptic, said to signify a duality of nature; the eastern fish suggesting an upward ascent or a heavenly/spiritual disposition and associated with Christ; the western fish, a mundane/earthly alignment and associated with the Antichrist. Hence Christ is associated with the closing of the Arian Age and the dawn of the Piscean Age.
Our modern sign Aries now falls over the stars of Pisces. As we are now in the closing era of the Age of Pisces, and in the year 2150 we will follow the March equinox point backward into the age of Aquarius.
The signs get their meaning from their place on the yearly cycle of the Earth, not from the shape of the stars in the sky.
The 30 degrees of the sign Aries therefore fell roughly over the fixed stars of the constellation Aries; though not exactly - as the geometrical size of the constellation Aries was roughly only 24 degrees.
The discovery of precession is credited to Hipparchus about 150 BCE, and since that time this motion has produced an accumulated discrepancy of roughly 24 degrees at present. The people of Mesopotamia knew very well about it, according to modern historical research.
Today, during those weeks the sun passes through the constellation of Aries.
Astrologically speaking, you are still a Taurus; astronomically speaking you are an Aries.