Author: Jan Scholten
Botany: Rorulidaceae, Sarraceniaceae and Mitrastemonaceae are carnivorous or parasitic.
Sarraceniaceae, Actidiniaceae and Roridulaceae are closely related. Sarraceniaceae and Roridulaceae are carnivourous and semi carnivorous. Actidiniaceae are vines with the most well-known member the kiwi, Actinidia deliciosa.
In the Apg3 classification the families are included in a broad Order Ericales. That Order is a combination of formerly separate Orders like Theales, Ericales, Primulales, Ebenales and other families.
In the Plant theory Ericales is upgraded to the level of Subclass and the old Orders are recognised as Orders in Ericidae. The monophyletic clade of Actidiniaceae. Rorulidaceae, Sarraceniaceae is called Sarraceniales and is placed in Phase 7.
The placement in Subphases is tentative, as most members are unknown in homeopathy.
They feel like an outcast. They feel that their opinions and actions are condemned. This makes them angry and hard, feeling that society has nothing to offer them. In the extreme they can become a criminal, a pirate, taking what they need from a society that denies them their right of living. They feel they are not allowed to live their own life and thus will do it anyhow. When they cannot be free and independent in a friendly way, then they are hard and cold.