Author: Jan Scholten
644.36.14 Kiggelaria africana
English: Wild peach-tree.
Culture: Alice in Wonderland.
Source: Kenton provings.
Use: to divert lightning from homes into the tree.
They feel chaotic and confused in a strange world. The world is hard and there have been many hardships, too many to let them be. They have become distanced and estranged from everything, from their emotions, their children, all relatives. They are disconnected but behave as if they do not know themselves. They find it normal to be distant and cold. They let their children be raised by nannies and send them to boarding schools.
Everything is allowed.
Death is a birthday.
“Happynough”: happy enough.
“Solvution”: solution and evolution.
Abandoned, isolated; live in own world, push everything else out, fenced off.
Aversion: plastic people, masquerade.
Theme: breast feeding, everybody.
Theme: unrelated, lack of warmth.
Alice in Wonderland; strange story.
Death in childbirth, without emotion.
Lack of emotion, relation, connection, compassion.
Children send to boarding school, raised by nannies.
Life is about to die.
Weird, disconnected mothering.
Energy: tired, heavy.
Head: headache temples.
Mouth: tongue prickling.
Chest: breasts swollen, congested.
Abdomen: pain liver.
Limbs: arms and hands were cut off.