Author: Jan Scholten
The Solanoideae is the biggest family in the order of the Solanales. Another name for the family is Nightshades. The night and darkness are threatening for them. They expect many kinds of danger that they cannot see. The threat is very big and cannot be handled. So we see the dipole of “flight or fight”. It leads to immense inner tension, never allowing rest or peace. So the parasympaticus is paralysed.
The Fluorine aspect of hero versus dragon is prominent. It is the fear of being a bad person, the fear of losing one’s body and dying. To do the right thing during those fears is the issue. It can be linked to the works of Heracles, the theme of conquering the inner world, which is an expression of the Lanthanides.
They often have a feeling of being too weak to withstand dark forces. They can feel victim of natural disasters like floods, earthquakes and thunderstorms or social disasters like crime, robbery, killing and war. Those kinds of threats make them passive.
Anger, aggression; kicking, striking, stamping, shrieking, yelling, in paroxysms, tantrums.
Delirium, frightful; insanity, mania; psychosis, foolish gay behaviour.
No contact with the outer world.
Desire love, but cannot even touch the ones you love.
Clinging, longing for safety and security.
Ailments from being bewitched, violent terror, pursued, murder, life and death, killed, snakes, black and white, light and dark, weak or absent parents.
Sensitive, < light, noise and touch.
Showy, showing who they are.
Fight or flight reaction, << threat.
Fear, panic, fright: dark; light; water; death; being attacked, killed, < thrillers, horror movies, Hitchcock.
Delusion: hallucinations; being changed into animals; possessed, by devil, dark eyes.
Dreams: death; killing; nightmare; water; dipping her baby in cold water; sexual.
Sensation: crushed; violent, sudden; splitting, bursting, throbbing; explosive, pulsating, shooting, spasmodic, jerking.
Weather: < cold wind.
Time: < 11 pm, < full moon; flood tide.
Desire: fast food: potatoes, ketchup.
Food: < tobacco.
Sleep: sleepless < full moon.
Fever; congestion, red, hot, dry, glowing; hypothermia; death.
Nervous: apoplexy; epilepsy, seizures; spasms, chorea, jerking; convulsions; paralysis; loss of sensation; congenital spina bifida; birth defects.
Head: headache and dizziness.
Eyes: dilated pupils.
Lungs: asthma; cough.
Heart: palpitations; pulse fast; dysrhythmia.
Stomach: nausea, diarrhoea, vomiting; cramps; gastritis.
Abdomen: gastroenteritis; jaundice.