Comparison Haemachatus haemachatus + Naja tripudians




Haemachatus haemachatus

Naja tripudians



produces highly neurotoxic venom with hardly any cytotoxic or haemorrhagic effects


feelings of sympathy for others (those in need). Dreams of protecting the weak and abandoned (animals/babies). A sense that the object of affection had something wrong with them (deformed/had some offensive disease)/a sense of being trapped into looking after it.

Feelings of sympathy for others (those in need). Dreams of protecting the weak and abandoned (animals/babies).

Greater irritation than Naja (members of the family) and there was an aversion to company, with a need to be alone in a quiet, restful, safe space. There was sometimes an effort to control the irritability and concomitant violent impulses, but often provers were snappish, shouting at offenders. Provers experienced a sense of not being good enough, especially in the realm of personal relationships, and easily felt rejected or not appreciated. There was also dwelling on past relationships with a deep sense of longing or yearning for love, and a sense of something or some-one missing in their lives. The lack of self-confidence was also expressed as a feeling of being unable to cope, of not managing. Provers felt sensitive and vulnerable, with a need to be appreciated, to be worth something to the world. Sense of being harassed, picked on, persecuted, and purposefully annoyed. Dreams of others being mean to them. Intense frustration with a feeling and dreams of being trapped or stuck, and a need to get out. Irritability much more marked in Hemachatus haemachatus (inefficiency, incompetence, others being slow or slack). The alternation in moods was marked, with moods changing rapidly.

The conflict between duty in responsibility manifested in an avoidance of responsibilities, which was coupled with great lethargy and lack of motivation. Responsibilities were perceived to be regarding work, and the aspect of duty toward the family did not arise in the proving.


fundamental conflict in Naja tripudians between duty and responsibility due to life circumstances, and their own needs as a human being.

strong maternal instincts, with a strong sense of duty and dedication toward their children, younger siblings and family members

duty is carried to the point of domination, and they may become bossy, impatient, controlling and dictatorial, which leads to conflict and disappointment, felt intensely

There are feelings of being disappointed in love, of being neglected, alone and forsaken, not being appreciated and betrayed by the loved one. a conflict between anxiety of neglecting their duty, and the apprehension of doing something wrong as a core issue.

Reflected in dreams of not protecting siblings or children or pets. the qualities of nobility, morality and responsibility, are often in conflict with the feeling of being wronged, with anger, malice and an impulse to harm the offending person.

Lack of self-confidence with a feeling everything they do is wrong, and that they cannot succeed. There is a tendency to sadness, introspection, and specifically brooding, even over imaginary troubles. May be thoughts of suicide, and a feeling as though they are

not worthy of the gift of life. Naja tripudians has a fear of being alone with a corresponding desire for company, fear of accidents, and fear of death during heart symptoms. Naja tripudians patients display mildness and timidity, with a loss of will-power. They are sensitive, secretive and sentimental. There is an alternation in moods. There are delusions that they are being deceived, injured or wronged, and a delusion of being trapped.
























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