Jan Scholten

French: Santalacees.
DD: Phase 7, Chlorine, Fluorine; Carbon series; Silicon series; Iron series, Silver series.

The placement of the Santalales is still in dispute. This is the case in many groups that are reduced in expression, like parasites, carnivorous and water plants. In the Apg3 the order has been placed near the Caryophyllales, at the start of the Asteridae.
There are however arguments to place them with the Malvidae, as they seem to have in common the Silver series aspect and lack the Lanthanide aspect.
The division in families is still in dispute. Viscum has been placed in Loranthaceae, in its own family Viscaeae and lately in Santalaceae.
Schoepfiaceae has usually been assigned to Olacaceae or Santalaceae but is more closely related to the families Misodendraceae and Loranthaceae.
The division in Subphases is tentative, due to the discussion in taxonomy and the lack of knowledge in homeopathy.

1. Erythropalaceae; they feel that they have to get a place in the system but will never succeed.
2. Loranthaceae, Misodendraceae, Schoepfiaceae: dependent, want to have a place, fighting or overwhelmed.
3. Viscaceae: confused about their place, < being expelled.
4. Santalaceae, Eremolepidaceae: behave as if they are belonging, even when abusing others.
5. Opiliaceae: expanding their use of others, showing great.
6. Olacaceae, Octoknemaceae: outcast.
7. Balanophoraceae: outcast, beggars coming from a rich family.

Frequently they do not feel part of the group. They feel like an outsider, a stranger, who has landed in a family and culture they see as strange. They would like to belong to the family but that is often not easy. Their sensitivity is often misunderstood. Their vision about life is strange for most people. Although they do almost nothing, they have a strong interest in art, science and philosophy. They are like a philosophical vagabond, beggar. They can also feel too haughty to begin begging.
They can be like a parasitic artist. They live poorly but have no inclination to produce anything. They feel that normal people do not understand their high ideals and ideas, that they live in a world that normal people do not understand. But they should give them money so they can survive to introduce good ideas to civilisation. In this state they can produce very little. Or they can produce conceptual art, art that is not very artistic but conveying ideas.

They have an air of being special, coming from or belonging to the higher classes. But they are often expelled because of their lazy and abusive behaviour. Often their parents disqualify their artistic and creative talents.

They are lazy, doing nothing, having no intention to do anything. They just expect to get what they need. And when it is not given to them, they can easily take it. They can become beggars and live like an outcast.

They have a strong need to belong, to belong to a family and a group. But mostly they are an outcast as they do not contribute to the group. They have a tendency to only take from the group. And because the family is often higher class, doing well and having wealth, they can live for a long time on the resources of the family.
They will not start a family mostly. They can have relationships but they often end after it has become serious, as with a pregnancy. They hate the responsibilities of family life. They have the feeling they are not strong enough for that. They can be like heroine addicts, leaving children behind.

Self worth
They have a lack of self-worth. They feel bad like someone who has never done things for others, has not achieved anything. This contributes to their feeling that it is useless to do anything. It will not matter anyhow.
Addictions are quite common, addiction to alcohol, heroine, amphetamine and cannabis.

Feeling of shame and guilt for what they have done wrong or not have done.
Anger, rage, fury, held in or expressed, < too many demands, being rejected, humiliated, degraded, subordinated.
Sad, depression, < being rejected, having failed, being unloved, humiliated, degraded.
Apathy, indifference from having the feeling that one’s goals cannot be reached.
Unsure, avarice, jealous.
Repairing others faults to become better himself.

Sensation: splinter.