Spiders: teasing and joking.
Scorpions: isolation, cold blooded violence, the ‘lone fighter in the desert’.
[Dr. VK Krishnamoorty]
Scorpion sting Ledum 200 is a specific. Repeat every 5 minutes till pain comes down. Also, for all insect bites, take Ledum in a routine way.
Apis 30 if there is rapid swelling after bites.
Einsam - Einzeln
Reizbar/Ärger/Trauer/Misstrauen/ohne Urvertrauen [verweigert(e) Bindung]
1. Bindungssystem aktiviert/sensiTIV: atmosphärische Schwankungen/Erschütterung, Pupillen erweitert
2. Bindungsverhalten paradox/plötzliche destruktive Attacken (verbal o. körperlich)/wollen andere Ausstechen
plötzlicher Speichelfluss/plötzlicher Niesanfall
3. Bindungserwartung erstarrt. Verbissen/verdrückt
4. abgespaltene Bindungserwartung. Unreales/unentschlossenes Gefühl
5. ohne Bindung. Schläfrig/apathisch
The Scorpions - Scorpionidea, differs from the spider on first sight because of the long segmented abdomen, also called the tail.
The last segment of the abdomen contains a gland, the poison blister, which ends in a curved sting.
When the scorpion wants to sting, it grips the victim with its claws, bends the tail forward above the back, and stings several times in quick succession.
The purpose of this is to paralyse the victims, which are insects and even other scorpions. These victims serve as food.
Animals and human beings are also stung in self-defence.
There are 500 different species of scorpions in hot countries all over the world and they vary in size from half-an-inch to seven inches.
They also vary in the type of poison they carry and its virulence. The poison is neurotoxic.
The symptoms resemble poisoning with strychnine.
The first homoeopathic proving of scorpion poison was carried on by Azamin 1938 of Buthus Australis in C 6 potency.
The symptoms observed in the proving were typically the ones caused by a scorpion sting.
1. a sharp pain, 2. numbness of the limb, speech becomes difficult, copious saliva, 3. restless, strange feeling of icy coldness (Heloderma), along with a
stumbling gait, vertigo an unable to concentrate.
Buth-a. = Sil-insekt/= Arist-cl-ähnlich/= similar to poisoning with strychnine
Rhopalurus junceus. (Der rote kubanische Skorpion als Krebsmittel)
Scor.: = Strych-/Vip-a-vergiftung-ähnlich
Antidotiert von: Carnelian (= Karneol) act as an antidote to poison and bites from wasps, bees, and scorpions
Vergleich: Vergleich.: Androc. + Buth-a. + Scorp.;
Vergleich. Spinnen und Skorpionen
auf gleiche Weise und beißt/riecht faul./lebt von moderndes Holz).
Gymnu-n. [“The stingray swings its tail upward and forward in a reflex action, either producing sword like lacerations or driving the spine into the limb or body of the victim” (Edmonds, 1995:71)];
Mercurius. [= Hydrargyrum = Wassersilber/= lebendiges Silber des Merkur (= Hermes)/= Wasser der Philosophen/= Schaum des giftigen Hundes/= geschwänzte Skorpion/= giftige
Schlange/= Sonnemetall (kann als einzige Aur angreifen)].
Allerlei: Euscorpius italicus. Syn.: Scorpio europaeus. Common European scorpion.
The family Euscorpiidae includes 10 genera and 86 species. The family is widespread in central and southern Europe, and also found in Africa [Mediterranean coast], N America [Mexico],
Central America [Guatemala], S. America [Brazil, Peru, Venezuela], and Asia [west, central, south and southeast]. One species has become established in some parts of southern England.
The forefathers of these scorpions probably came with merchandise to the harbours, and have succeeded in surviving in sheltered places.
Scorpions in general are unusual among terrestrial arthropods in several traits of their life-history: ritualised and complex courtship with fertilisation by means of a spermatophore; viviparous
embryonic development, which can last from several months to almost 2 years; maternal care, sometimes followed by a degree of social behaviour; and post-embryonic development times
that may be extraordinarily long, lasting from 7 to 85 months.
Euscorpius italicus is the largest of the Euscorpius species, with adults growing to 4–5 cm [1.6–2 inch] in total length. Its body colour is dark brown to black, with orange-brown legs and telson.
Its body is not raised on the legs in walking, as in Androctonus species, but lies close to the ground, the legs being extended on either side. The tail is not raised over the back, as in most scorpions,
but dragged behind with the slightest upward curvature of the tail only, or bend to the right or left.
The common European scorpion is synanthropic, meaning it lives around human habitations. Because of the synanthropic nature of some of the species in this genus, Euscorpius species are
reported as stowaways from time to time in many countries
A scorpion wanted to cross a river so he asked a frog if he would carry him.
“No,” replied the frog, “for if I let you on my back you might sting me, and the sting of a scorpion means certain death.”
“Now where,” asked the scorpion, “is the logic in that? For if I were to sting you, I would drown.”
Convinced, the frog allowed the scorpion on his back. But then, in the middle of the river, the frog suddenly felt a terrible pain and realised that the scorpion had stung him.
“Why did you sting me?” asked the frog. “For now we will both surely die?”
“I know,” replied the scorpion, “but frog, I am a scorpion. It’s my nature.”
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