Author: Jan Scholten
English: Olive tree family.
DD: Phosphor, Silicon, Sulphur, Silver series.
Botany: 29 genera; ± 600 species; mesophytic shrubs, trees, vines; tropical, subtropical and temperate climates; Southeast Asia, Australia.
In the Cronquist system Oleaceae was placed in Gentianales. Oleaceae has also been placed in Scrophulariales and its own Order Oleales. In the Apg3 classification Oleaceae is a Family in the Order Lamiales.
In the Plant theory Oleaceae is split off from Lamiales. This does not affect the monophyly of both Oleaceae and the rest of Lamiales, as Oleaceae is the first diverging lineage in Lamiales. Oleaceae is placed together with Rubiaceae in Rubiales in Phase 4 of the Lamiidae. This has been done after long consideration as it seems to form a paraphyletic clade. In older classifications Oleaceae and Rubiaceae have been placed in several Orders, as they were seemingly difficult to place. The basic conflict of Oleaceae of family versus love is directly pointing to Phase 4 and Subphase 6 though. Oleaceae is placed in Subphase 6 in Rubiales.
The basic conflict is that between love and responsibility for the family. They let go of their loved one, or lose their loved one due to their responsibility. They cannot follow their heart. Or the opposite can happen, they choose for their loved one, but then suffer from guilt feelings.
Together with that there are themes of art and being artistic. They are very creative and can feel hindered in this by their responsibility for the family. That can also limit their desire for freedom.
The resulting sensation is being contracted.
The main problem is a conflict between love and family responsibility. They have a strong need to be loved. They often have a love relationship that is very dear to them, but it cannot be fulfilled for instance because they are married to another and have a responsibility for their family and children.
The family is very important to them. They feel responsible for their family, first for their children, but also for the big family, uncles, aunts and nephews. The family possessions and money must be preserved for future generations, so that they will have a good life.
They have a strong inclination for arts and science. They are very artistic and have a good sense of beauty. They love beauty and want to live in an elegantly decorated house.
Conflict between love and duty for the family.
Tolerance is big, desire for peace.
They are abused, others profit from them too much.
Abandoned by father.
Delusion: police, rough men being put out of the house, being cut with a knife.
Sensation: contracted; griping, twisted, as in a knot, tight, colic; cutting, burning, pulsating; opposite of loose.
Desire: buttermilk, hot drinks.
Head: headache, beating throbbing.
Mouth: tongue red, yellow, green base, dirty.
Abdomen: liver problems, jaundice; spleen problems.
Rectum: stool clay, grey, dark, green, white, frothy, undigested, cadaverous, pap like, soft, tarry.
Female: menses copious, painful, pressing, bearing down; leucorrhoea: bland, thin.
DD Rosaceae: is all about love affairs and managing the family.
DD Caprifoliaceae: have more Lanthanides, not the issue of responsibility, more shrubs, smaller.