Makemake - creator god on Easter Island
Makemake was discovered in 2005 and is so far the 3rd biggest dwarf planet after Eris and Pluto we’re aware of. He’s truly of Pluto’s family considering his orbit shape and time and is especially “tight” with Haumea. The name gives a link to the creator god of an Eastern Island tribe.
Makemake's influence is subtle talking about the administrating/governing of resources in order to achieve a goal/task - his intention in this area is as a provider (nourishing) and protector, in harmony with nature and her "laws". - of course, this plays out in politics, economy, ecology but includes resources like energy and willpower, intellect, heart and maybe psychic abilities and so on... He also includes the themes of "sacrifice" - what are we willing to let go of/sacrifice to achieve a goal/theme.
The cycles, and it's aspects reveal more about his themes, globally and natal...
Also he influences the evolutionary path with "overtone", due to his long orbital time.
His orbital cross: Perihelion at 23° Pisces, Aphelion 23° Virgo, Northnode 24° Taurus and Southnode 24° Scorpio.
Mythology: Makemake is the Polynesian name the creator god of humanity int the mythology of the island "Rapa Nui" (Easter Island). He's the leading god of an annual ceremony and competition to find a new "chief" for the year. The competition was pretty dangerous as many competitors did loose their lives during its course, so "bravery" was for sure an attribute required for enrolment.
Some Astronomy: Makemake was discovered on March 31, 2005, by a team led by Michael E. Brown, and announced on July 29, 2005 - he was given the minor-planet number 136472. Makemake is the brightest trans-Neptunian object after Pluto with an apparent magnitude of 16.2 in late 1930. His orbital period is about 306 years. Makemake is a classical Kuiper belt object, which means its orbit lies far enough from Neptune to remain stable over the age of the Solar System. Unlike plutinos, which can cross Neptune's orbit due to their 2:3 resonance with the planet, the classical objects have perihelia further from the Sun, free from Neptune's perturbation. Such objects have relatively low eccentricities (e below 0.2) and orbit the Sun in much the same way the planets do. Makemake, however, is a member of the "dynamically hot" class, meaning that it has a high inclination. Makemake is, probably near the 13:7 resonance with Neptune.(Ref. Wikipedia)
Makemake artist's conception. Ann Field / Space Telescope Science Institute / ESA/NASA
Orbits of Makemake (blue), Haumea (green), contrasted with the orbit of Pluto (red) and the ecliptic (grey).