When astronomers first came in contact with  Eris, her provisional designation was 2003 UB313. Awkward to say and even more difficult to work into conversation, they came up with a nickname for the body as they had done with other objects; other noteworthy Kuiper Belt bodies bore slang names such as the Easter Bunny, Flying Dutchman and Santa Claus. The first such name for Eris was Xena. Actually, the astronomers applied strong logic in this naming. They wanted a strong mythic archetype. They also preferred a mythic name [...] Pop culture savvy prevailed and the television series heroine, warrior goddess Xena, known in real life as Lucy Lawless, became the provisional colloquial name until Eris took her official astronomical title in September 2006.
As we can see [on the attached chart], Eris (the glyph that looks like either Uranus wearing a tightly cinched belt, or a skinny Pluto reflected in the waters of the River Styx) stands directly between the self personification of Lawless' Sun and her “it's carved in stone and a symbol forever” Saturn. Could there be a better person to personify the symbolic embodiment of this planet? Was it her destiny? Lawless' Moon/North Node midpoint weighs in at 12 Aries 22, less than one degree from the placement of Eris. No doubt.Astrologers often like to return to the last time a newly discovered body transited the same sign as the sign of its discovery in the interest of insight and clarity regarding its current influences. For Eris we must retreat in time five centuries and six decades or there about. Somehow in the search of chart databases for examples, a Xena-like icon popped out at me without even considering the frame work of time. Joan of Arc, warrior, martyr and saint might offer such an example. As it turned out, a fine Erisian example was she.
Joan incarnated during the generational influence of Eris square the idealistic, willing to sacrifice for causes, Neptune . With Neptune in Cancer, the English snubbed the right of the French to rule themselves and assumed their right to spread Britannia across the waves and invaded.Source.[Judith] Resnik also personified Aries as only few souls dare. Using the dwarf planets, Resnik's horoscope flaunted six planets plus the lunar node and dark moon  Lilith all scurrying for first in line in Aries. Once she was quoted as saying she would never be old. Her death in relative youth confirmed her claim and assured her immortality. At birth she managed a grand fire trine between the Eris, Mercury conjunction, trine  Chiron in Sagittarius and trine Ceres in Leo. [...]
The time of Resnik's birth remains unknown to my sources. Should one use an arbitrary 6:00 A.M. on the day of her birth, at the time of the explosion the transit of Eris exactly, to the minute conjoined her natal Sun! Her spirit ranges amongst the stars and her immortality secured with a crater on the lunar surface given her namesake.
I was going to put some comment here, but I'm speechless.