Author: Jan Scholten
In the Apg3 classification Linnaeaceae is an early diverging lineage of the Dipsacales.
In the Plant theory Linnaeaceae is put tentatively in Subphase 2.
Linnaeaceae: Abelia, Dipelta, Kolkwitzia, Linnaea.
Diervillaceae: Diervilla, Macrodiervilla, Weigela, Weigelastrum; capsular fruit.
The conflict between longing for love and being accepted in contrast to the desire for freedom and going their own way is very strong. Because of their tendency to adapt and give to others they come into conflict with themselves; they can get abused very easily by adapting too much. Another reason for them to give too much is that they feel bad inside, as if being guilty of some kind of sin. They feel that they cannot be loved by the world and by God because there is something wrong with them, as if they are dirty or missing something.
Longing for fulfilled love.
Feeling without glory.
Exiled to the cold regions.
Girl who wants to be seen.
Very easily intimidated.
Creeping, vile, it passes quickly.
Difficult communication, hearing the truth of others.
Inquiet, lack of neutrality.
Urinary: scanty urine.
Limbs: rheumatism, inflammation.
Skin: disorders, burns.