According to modern physical understanding, ordered systems tend to fall into disorder; discrete movement evolves towards a state of inert uniformity. This is entropy.
Now if we apply this to astrology then we see that those forms of astrology which introduce ever more planets, asteroids and other sensitive points bring entropy to the ordered system of seven planet astrology. This can easily be visualized. Imagine a chart filled with hundreds of sensitive points. It is so filled that there is no longer any discernible order. It in fact reaches a state of inert uniformity because all 360 degrees of the chart are occupied by at least one sensitive point! Interpretation becomes impossible. It becomes a joke.
If you think about it, allowing the “outers” into a chart is a step towards entropy. Even a traditional astrologer should pause for a moment and consider how he uses such sensitive points as the fixed stars, the arabic parts and antiscia.
Is there a difference between these points and the more modern asteroids, outer planets and planetoids?
If you look closer there is a difference. The imagery used for these points is more or less based on whim. For example an astronomer discovers a new asteroid. He is a fan of Sir Walter Scott and so names the asteroid, “Ivanhoe”. It is not at all impossible that before long an astrological entrepreneur will have written a book on the chivalric qualities of Ivanhoe in the different signs.
The traditional sensitive points on the other hand all have a multi-faceted imagery based on ancient mythic consciousness. In the case of the antiscia and the arabic parts only the imagery of the seven planets is involved. Ordered. Complete.