Years 1360 - 1600. Click the small diagram and magnify the diagram that opens.
When examining the different element periods in the diagrams for the previous centuries and making estimates about the weather during these periods, the specific characteristics of the heavenly bodies must be taken into account as they move in the different element areas. Maria Thun points out that when heavenly bodies move in their own element area, they reflect that element in its strongest form.
Parallel effects, which occur as shorter periods - caused by the nearby planets - in the dominating weather type, can also be thought of as long-term climatic emphases when distant satellites are involved.
It has become evident that Sedna represents the element earth. When present in the warmth area, the earth element's representative tends to strengthen rain and storms, as it, on the other hand, does in its own element area as well. The combination warmth/earth affects the direction of convections, so an increase in the occurrence of thunderstorms can be expected during warmth/earth periods. When the element earth is the only dominant force, windstorms are a more likely occurrence. Sedna in the light area makes the winters colder and the summers sunny but windy. Sedna in the water area increases rain.
Haumea has given strong suggestions of the earth element, so its effects are largely alike, but quicker and perhaps milder than Sedna's.
Similar suggestions have also been noted with Quaoar. (It might even be conceivable that these two representatives of element earth - sharing also roughly the same distance to the Sun - have at some point been part of a single entity. By the same criteria it might also be true about Pluto and Orcus, the equidistant representatives of warmth.)
Eris has turned out to be a representative of the light element. When moving in the light area Eris very much 'dries' the rain and makes winters colder and summers scorching. At this moment Eris is in the water area, so it can be regarded as 'allowing' rain and so at present does not fully 'dry' the rainfalls.
Makemake is a representative of the water element - even a strong one having influences especially over the oceanic areas - but it brings heavy rain onto the continents as well.