"This planet, Eris, takes 560 years to orbit the Sun, whereas Pluto takes 248 years to make the same orbit. Eris moves more than twice as slowly as Pluto around the Sun. Outer planets that move slowly, staying often in a degree for a long period of time, exert a corresponding powerful influence on world events (also on people, especially when that happens to their Sun, Moon or Ascendant). For example, a long lasting 30 year Pluto/Neptune synodic conjunction can bring down, destroy, a people, a nation, a civilization. This has happened in the past, and it will happen in the future."