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Friday, 30 January 2009

The Homeopathic Observer: The Immortal Jellyfish

Link to original article: "The Immortal Jellyfish: Turritopsis nutricula"

I picked the idea of "a safe environment" in Massimos description of Medusa, another Jelly. He also talks about motion and artistry. They seem to like to be a bit independent - but like a youngster who's happy because mom's not too far away!

This is quite like Aluminium Silicata R3Stg9/10, where there is a sense of being very small, so in Alumina there is the same stage of dependence.

In Silica (stage 10) he has little self-confidence and needs to keep a strong connection to with his parents.

If we combine these themes, as in Alumina Silicata, the state of dependence is such that it has the feeling that if their support is lost they might die.

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