Author: Jan Scholten
Names: Saxum = stone, frangere = break; stone-breakers.
Botany: herbs; shady moist woodland; good humus rich soil; averse sun, wind; hoard up salt, solidify and hard; soil sandy, high in MgO, FeO, MnO, acidic, low in silica, nutrients.
In the Apg3 and older classifications Saxifragaceae has been placed in the Order Saxifragales.
In the Plant theory Saxifragaceae is treated the same way. It is placed in Subphase 6 in Saxifragales.
They are losing their position in high society. They still have their name and rights but are not in the noble classes with a lot of money anymore. They have to ask and beg to belong to the higher classes. They feel they are entitled to be seen as special but feel they are losing this status.
It can be that their marriage brought them down into a lower social class. Or that they try to get back into the higher classes by marriage.
They are refined and sensitive. They are very talented. But they are not seen, heard, respected or valued. They try to do their very best but it is not seen. They can be artists that find it difficult to survive, to make money out of their art.
They have a kind of timidity. They do not have the guts to change or renew, to break out of the old patterns. They fear that they are not strong enough to do it on their own. They think they need others to survive in the world. So they keep in their griefs and anger. It is as if they store their emotions and calcify them in stone.
They have the feeling the external world is too hard for them, too hard on them.
They can slip easily, physically and emotionally, from being too light, not grounded. They feel better when they have a fixed point, their own house, money.
They feel half-accepted in the upper classes, as if they can lose their rank any time.
Hardness makes them retreat and solidify.
Solidify and harden.
Anger but powerless, wants to destroy everything.
Giving a lot, too much, difficult to receive.
Urinary: kidney stones; cystitis.