The November 14, 2003, discovery of Sedna marks an acceleration in our knowledge of the outer planet makup of the solar system. At approximately 1,000 miles (about 1,600 km) in diameter Sedna for now is the largest planetary body to be found in the Solar System since Pluto was discovered in 1930, pushing the recently-discovered Quaoar out of that spot. Located in a highly elliptical 10,500-year orbit so far away that the Sun looks smaller than the head of pin, Sedna is the most distant solar system object ever discovered, at least so far, three time further away from the Sun than Pluto is. For astrologers this signifies yet another distant transpersonal planet to join with Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, Quaoar, and Orcus. Our whole way of looking astrology is undergoing a fundamental shift, and will reshape the way we think about ourselves, our spiritual evolution, and our place in The Universe.