While our collective focus may center on our celestial neighborhood, we may overlook some meaningful new orbs that now fall into our range of influence. As we evolve our experience becomes richer and more expansive. In this archived segment, Chris Flisher speaks with Henry Seltzer about the planet Eris. Considered by scientists to be a dwarf planet, Eris is larger than Pluto and revolves around our Sun. It bears noting and Henry has been the first to write and recognize this planet. With an orbit of 558 years, this is a slow-moving orb whose influence can be felt through multiple generations. Representing strife and discord, we may begin to understand this influence as a method for facing our common enemies, which may, in fact, be ourselves.