Author: Jan Scholten
Homeopathy and the Elements
6.12.3 Mercurius iodatus flavus
Mercurius iodatus flavus is described in Clarke under the heading Mercurius protiodatus.
Its chemical formula is HgI.
Disturbance Loss of talent
Anti revolutionary Humour
Revolutionary No ideals
Division Right of existence Food
Suspicion Emigration Moving house
Restlessly leading others.
Using tyranny to exist.
Restlessly sowing dissent.
Anti revolutionary without ideas.
Escaping into conservatism.
Manipulation is viewed with humour.
Suspicious and forgetful.
Emigration after failure.
Picture of Mercurius iodatus flavus
Essence: restlessly leading.
They want to hold on to their position as leader, that is why they are working restlessly. They feel something might happen any moment which could affect their position. Fortunately they are strong and they don’t shy away from work. Their ceaseless activity makes sure that they can hold on to what they have got. They also inspire their employees with their humour and cheerful good mood.
They like to stick to their principles, it makes them feel secure. They run the business along fixed rules with fixed working hours and everybody is required to stick to that. This way they manage to keep things under control. They like society to be controlled in a similar fashion, they don’t like shady figures who try to undermine the general running of things. They also do their best to take care of people who have fallen on hard times.
Using tyranny to exist
When things threaten to get totally out of hand they may turn into real tyrants. Whether the threat is personal or whether the business is about to be undermined financially, they’ll insist on holding the reign even tighter. They won’t stop at sowing dissidence amongst their employees to keep the business running.
Manipulation viewed with humour
They cannot tolerate much criticism, they immediately feel offended or manipulated, particularly when the criticism comes form their parents or their superiors. They suspect that people are scheming behind their back to take their power away from them. This makes them angry, they might even think of killing their opponents if they see no way out. The only other way out is to move out, sometimes in the most literal sense of the word, in the form of emigration. But before things have gone this far they often know how to diffuse the situation by trying to see the humour of it.
Emigration after failure
Their position and dignity means a lot to them and when it is threatened in any way they may get depressed. They see everyone as their enemy. This feeling is particularly if they have been threatened by a sudden robbery etc. They feel that any any moment now someone will be threatening them with a knife again. To protect themselves they may not hesitate to take the law into their own hand and kill their attackers. They will probably want to build up a new business in another place, somewhere far away from all these threats. Or they give up and commit suicide.
Fears: heights, falling, murder, death, suicide, people, crowds, religious, devil, God, failure, narrow spaces, shows, performances, speeches, disasters, accidents, evil, hunger, trifles, present, future, disease, heart disease, stroke, doctors, becoming insane from having to sit still, touched, approached, held, people, buildings, water, work; < horrible stories.
Dreams: height, falling, failure, prison, escaping, travelling, fire, eating, walking through mud, daughter falling in water, accidents, erotic, danger, death, smeared with excreta, exertion, exhaustion, restless, failed coition, ruins, water.
Delusions: dead people, fasting, becoming insane, being ill, being healthy, forgotten something.
Irritability: quarrelsome, anger, shouting,destructive, tearing < humiliation, < fasting, << looked at, << touched, murderous impulses << being held (3), < noise, < offence.
Mood: haughty, lively, hysterical; shy, timid, blushing, changeable,busy, restless,impatient, hurried, discontented, uneasy, indifferent; serious, gloomy, suicidal by jumping from a height, crying.
Mental: precise, absent minded, confused,forgetful about his purchases, what he was about to do or say, exhaustion, obsessive thoughts, flights of fancy, rigid, lack of concentration, insanity, imbecile, delirious, demented.
Contacts: <-, friends, strangers; < conversations, <- answering; timid.
Work: -> (3), >, <, <-.
Professions: artist, musician,singer, writer, teacher, scientist, doctor, priest, vicar, secretary, representative, advertising agent, governor, shaman, top sports man,-woman,comedian, clown, cartoonist, leader, director, manager, president, chairman, captain, mayor, bishop.
Causes: humiliation, disasters, hurt, hunger, famine, floods, fires, ethnic cleansing, looked at, love disappointments.
Type: male, dark, thin, overweight, thin.
Locality: right, external throat.
Weather: warm, < gloomy; open air, < sea.
Time: < 5 am and 9 pm, < summer.
Desires: alcohol, bread, sweet, meat, cold water, starch, large quantities.
Aversion: meat, eating.
Food: eating(3), < fasting (3), wine.
Menses: profuse; < suppressed menses; < menses, < pregnancy, < giving birth.
Sleep: sleeplessness (3), sleepy.
Physical: >< rest (2), >< motion (2), < sitting, walking, rubbing, >< pressure; <- touch, < noise, pain, impressions.
Pains: boring, contracting, bruised.
Sensations: swollen, blown up, heavy, full, tingling.
Acrid and watery discharges.
Weakness, nervousness, restlessness.
Glands: swollen, inflamed, indurated. Abscesses, necrosis.
Paralysis, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis. Epilepsy, tonic, clonic, tetanic.
Lack of feeling.
Headache. Face swollen; trembling < anger.
Eye complaints: inflammations, visual disturbances.
Colds with acrid carries, hayfever.
Voice problems: hoarseness, stammering, loss of voice.
Thyroid problems (3!): hypo-, or hyperthyroidism, enlarged thyroid, cysts, cancer, atrophy; metabolism too fast or too slow; thin or overweight.
Lung problems, asthma, allergies, hyperventilation.
Heart complaints: high blood pressure, infarction, failure, palpitations, arte-riosclerosis.
Pulse: too fast, too slow, fill, weak, irregular.
Congestion of blood. Cerebral haemorrhage. Anaemia.
Problems with testes and ovaries: inflammations, cancer, cryptorchism, sterility, amenorrhoea, metrorragia.
Neck problems, stiffness; whiplash. Pain in arms.
Affections of bones: necrosis, inflammation.
Skin: acne. Eczema on lower arms and legs.
DD: Silver series, Gold series, Stage 2 and 17, Arnica, Badagia, Mancinella, Spongia, Zincum.