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Rutales

Introduction
The theme is that of a rigid society, where everything is fixed, laid out and unchangeable. It is like the caste system in India or strict religious societies, like Confucianism, Christianity or Islam. It can be so strict and rigid that even the ones who have the lowest position see the structure as constant, unchangeable and God-given.
They are often from higher social classes, feeling special and having the right to being treated with respect. They feel they have to preserve the culture and that without them society will deteriorate and become like a wilderness. They often have a higher position, jobs like lawyer, judge, doctor, teacher, professor, manager and mayor. As a child they are often treated as special, as a prince or princess.
Or they are in a minor position in society. They do not like their position, sometimes fight it, sometimes see it as fixed, sometimes try to escape it.
There is a lack of discussion and exchange. When things are fixed and cannot be changed it is best just to accept them and suppress your emotions as they will only bring unrest and turmoil. Emotions and thoughts are of no help as things are fixed anyhow.

Mind
Working, giving; serving, helping.
Ambitious; perfectionist; high goals; persistency.
Rigid in opinions, emotions, very controlled.
Emotions controlled, suppressed.
Pride, haughty, high self-value, desire for respect and reverence.
Grief, < humiliation, vexation, embarrassment.
Profession: lawyer, judge, doctor, teacher, professor, manager, mayor.
Fear: death; being criminal, bad.

General
Type: carbonic.
Desire: coffee.
Food: >< coffee.

Body
Limbs: rheumatism, problems with tendons, joints, muscles.