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  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 1
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    • and you have so-called silicon. This substance is included by modern
    • hydrogen, sulphur, etc. Silicon therefore, which is here combined
    • forget that the silicon which lives thus in the mineral quartz is
    • silicon is present. Now, it is true this silicon, occurring as it
    • see what an immense significance silicon must have. Well-nigh half of
    • peculiar way by silicon. (I do not say what lies in the senses
    • accustomed to call it, silicon plays the greatest imaginable part,
    • silicon do? In a hypothetical form, let us ask ourselves this
    • question. Let us assume that we only had half as much silicon in our
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 2
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    • All that is thus connected, by way of silicon, with the root-nature,
    • from the Cosmos by the silicon, and what takes place — forgive
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 3
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    • and silicon. Limestone gives it the earthly, silicon the cosmic
    • silicon.
    • and silicon as the basis of plant growth too. Our need is to gain a
    • raying out from the circulatory process into the calcium and silicon
    • the silica — the calcium and silicon. We cannot look inside the
    • however, seeks support in the principles of calcium and silicon. We
    • claims. Limestone claims everything; the silicon principle claims
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 5
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    • Silicic acid contains silicon
    • as you know, and silicon, too, is transmuted in the living organism
    • is not yet included among the chemical elements at all. Silicon is transmuted.
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture V
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    • just where the ground contains silicon; hence the little thorns. In
  • Title: Spiritual Science and Medicine -- Contents
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    • organs — Polarity of silicon-process and carbon-dioxide process in
    • Silicon force of disruption in mathematicians and non-mathematicians
  • Title: Spiritual Science and Medicine -- Lecture VI
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    • iron, manganese, and silicon will be found, all of them substances
  • Title: Spiritual Science and Medicine -- Lecture IX
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    • (silicon). These processes are especially conspicuous wherever
    • The complete opposite of silicon formation is contained is all that we
    • hand, of the silicon principle, as the force which forms us, and of
    • life. In contemplating the formative forces of silicon, we must not
    • forget that the regions of our bodies most akin to silicon are those
    • upwards, we must consider the workings in man of the silicon process
    • formed under the influence of the silicon forming principle. Thus we
    • the process of silicon formation in external nature. Consider that
  • Title: Spiritual Science and Medicine -- Lecture X
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    • acid (silicon) to a considerable degree. This substance operates
    • find they are due to the silicon content of the plant. And these two
    • as the unmodified mineral residue. Thus the Silicic acid (silicon)
    • not so powerful a remedy as silicon in its mineral form, for in this
    • assimilation of silicon in its modified vegetable form.
    • the silicon is increased, because you are contributing further forces
    • these is the trend of the silicon, and here you support the trend by
    • formative forces co-operate with the formative forces of silicon. You
  • Title: Spiritual Science and Medicine -- Lecture XI
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    • medicaments: for example, the preparation of silicon or of vegetable
  • Title: Spiritual Science and Medicine -- Lecture XII
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    • the peripheral formations of the human frame; we refer to silicon,
  • Title: Spiritual Science and Medicine -- Lecture XV
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    • Whenever silicon is administered, an appeal is made to the dispersive
  • Title: Anthro Medical Therapy: Lecture I
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    • understand that when we look at silica or silicon, we see its
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Contents
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture I
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    • you have the so-called silicon. This silicon is regarded by
    • we must not forget that this silicon which lives in the mineral
    • silicon, in the form in which it appears in such stony
    • (horsetail) you will find that it consists of 90% of silicon
    • importance which this substance, silicon, must have. It forms
    • beneficent results. Silicon forms an essential constituent of
    • silicon. And in general silicon plays the greatest
    • silicon. What then is the function of this substance?
    • only half of the quantity of silicon which it actually does
    • much for silicon. On the other hand, in every part of the
    • earth, although not in such abundance as is silicon, we find
    • as embodied in these two substances, silicon and limestone
    • indirectly upon plant-life through silicon and allied
    • be said that the forces of both silicon and limestone are
    • at work in it. The silicon mediates the influences of Mars,
    • Saturn that are working through the medium of silicon. Silicon
    • has no relation to silicon, warmth is so powerfully
    • working through silicon, namely, the forces coming from Saturn,
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture II
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    • silicon in the soil, even though thi3 may lie well below. We
    • should be thankful that silicon makes up 47% to 48% of the
    • Earth, either in the form of silicon (silicic acid) or in
    • silicon must be borne upwards through the plant. It must stream
    • silicon and those that are active above — forgive me
    • They reside in the silicon. Take the Equisetum. It has this
    • very property of attracting silicon and permeating itself with
    • it. It is 90% silicon. Thus, in this plant the cosmic element
    • soil. For silicon or flint holds back the cosmic forces and
    • to light inside the Earth. He does not know that silicon, the
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture III
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    • limestone and silicon. Limestone endows it with the
    • earthly formative power, silicon with the cosmic. In man and
    • silicon.
    • lime and silicon are also the basis of the growth of plants. We
    • limestone and silicon. And we must unfold this same kind of
    • having limestone and silicon beneath them. Into man we cannot
    • adheres to the lime and silicon structure. We can even say that
    • follow the form provided by the limestone and silicon. Those
    • there is such an aristocratic substance. It is silicon. People
    • are mistaken in thinking that silicon is only present where it
    • shows its firm rock-like outline. Silicon is distributed
    • claim on anything else. Lime lays claim to everything, silicon
    • to nothing. Silicon thus resembles our sense-organs which do
    • world. Silicon is the general external sense-organ of the
    • silicon, and yet it acts as a mediator with lime. Now one
    • himself; and about silicon that it is a very superior
    • the silicon, either entrenched m his moated castle, as in the
    • carbon allies itself to silicon and both together, in
    • above is the silicon which wants to make it as long and thin as
    • nitrogen manages things between lime, clay and silicon,
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture V
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    • absorb the other cosmic substances, the silicon, lead, etc.,
    • Silicic acid, as we know, contains silicon and this in its turn
    • elements. The silicon which we require in order to attract the
    • proportion of potash and silicon in it, is able when added in
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VI
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    • the influence of silicon. And, in fact, workings of silicon,

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