Sue Kientz began studying the astrological signs in 1977 as a way to learn more about symbolism in literature. Originally skeptical that astrology could have any value, after learning how to calculate charts, she was intrigued by the results.Kientz has always included the large asteroids in her chart work, and sees the Dwarf Planets as the finishing touches astrology needs to show that Time has actual (and often very beautiful) patterns and features.For this reason, she has written the book MORE PLUTOS (2015) to introduce fellow astrologers to recent Pluto-size discoveries Eris, Makemake, Haumea, and a few hefty others. These objects, all four to five times the size of Chiron (a body which so many astrologers consider indispensable), are the 21st Century's equivalent of discovering Uranus, Neptune and Pluto, all at one fell swoop!