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Astronomers may have demoted Pluto, but astrologers know better. Pluto is powerful and essential to their work. But few appreciate that there are MORE PLUTOS in the Kuiper Belt, more important bodies astrologers and others interested in the craft should be using in chart work. Author Sue Kientz addresses her primer on the new Dwarf Planets to astrological professionals or anyone studying astrology in depth. General readers may nevertheless enjoy learning which celebrities have connections to these massive bodies, since those examples as well as famous disasters (9-11, Challenger explosion, JFK assassination) and achievements (light-bulb invention, Moon landing) are presented in engaging detail.
Kientz analyzes Eris, Makemake, Haumea, Sedna, Quaoar, Orcus, Varuna, Ixion, and others, while revealing why Secondary Progression works and how astrology delivered convincing results even before modern planets were discovered. Planetary patterns are demonstrated to have fractal structure, suggesting astrology has a promising underlying scientific basis.
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This is the most amazing Astrology book I have read in years. First, it is so easy to read. I can tell the author took great pains to not speak "above" her audience. I've felt for a long time there has to be a way to get finer detail in a chart and at last there is a way, the Dwarf Planets. It is obvious that the author did copious amounts of research and she discusses the various charts of famous people/famous events, giving very clear examples of how the Dwarf Planets influence a chart. I could not wait to get finished with the book so I could look at my own chart with the Dwarf planets included. While it may take me some time to memorize the meanings/influence of each of these Dwarf planets, I have this book on hand to use as reference and I am so thrilled to have it. Any astrologer would benefit from reading this book and applying the Dwarf planets to every chart they do. Kudos to the author, for writing such a readable and understandable book.