Author: Jan Scholten
Botany: 8 genera: Glischrocaryon, Gonocarpus, Haloragis, Haloragodendron, Laurembergia, Meionectes, Myriophyllum, Proserpinaca, Trihaloragis, Vinkia.
English: Watermillfoil family.
Botany: many aquatics; Australia; flowers usually small and inconspicuous, radial, petals usually keeled or hooded when present.
In the Apg3 classification the Haloragaceae are part of the Saxifragales. In the past it had been placed in its own Order.
I have placed it as a separate Order under the presumption it is the Hydrogen series quality of the Malvidae. This is because they are aquatics mostly.
There is a kind of conflict between a desire to be special and important in society on the one hand and lacking the concentration and will power to effect that desire. They feel as if in limbo, not being able to act in the world. They can have fantastic ideas but do not have the power to bring those creations into the world.
Lack of direction, disorientation in time and space.
Confusion; alienation; reality and mask; confusion identity; recognising or not.
Lack of will, power, focus.
Dreams: water, boats, boating, drifting, steering difficulty.
Immigrants, people without roots.