Author: Jan Scholten
642.13.12 Anemone nemorosa
English: Anemone; Windflower.
French: Anemone des bois; Anemone d’Artemis.
Dutch: Windroos; Windflower; Rappelbloem; Boschhanevoet; Puidenblommekeduivelsbeet.
Culture: nymph loved by Zephyrus and changed into an anemone by his jealous wife; red anemones arose from the blood of the wounded and dying Adonis, a lover of the goddess Aphrodite and the white from the tears of the grieving goddess; symbol of mourning and grief, relationships ending.
Emotional, easily weeping, soft, dependent, < talking about problems, < before menses, < exams.
Fear and guilt, deep, old, misunderstood, karmic.
Acting completely out of character.
Blaming others for their emotional and psychical attacks.
Need for help, claiming.
Irrational, unsure, sad.
Women not accepting partners, keeping them at distance.
Type: lethargy, phlegmatic.
Physical: < grass.
Skin: leprosy; malignant and corroding ulcers; eczema hands, blisters, itching, < exams.