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  • Title: Lecture: The Group Souls of Animals, Plants and Minerals
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    • instance, when given sugar in place of honey it is seen that, as they
  • Title: Lecture: The Group Souls of Animals, Plants and Minerals
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    • instance, when given sugar in place of honey it is seen that, as they
  • Title: Lecture: Reading the Pictures of the Apocalypse: Part 2: Lecture Nine
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    • like honey for the higher, when it is not read but swallowed. Human
  • Title: Deeper Secrets: Lecture III
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    • honey of wild bees — not cultivated bees — and other
    • honey-seeking insects. John the Baptist, in later days, adopted this
    • way of life, feeding on the carob bean and wild honey. In the Gospels
    • it is said that his food was locusts and wild honey, but this must be
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha and Christ: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • 14:25 And all they of the land came to a wood; and there was honey upon the ground. \
    • 14:26 And when the people were come into the wood, behold, the honey dropped; but no man put his hand to his mouth: for the people feared the oath. \
    • 14:27 But Jonathan heard not when his father charged the people with the oath: wherefore he put forth the end of the rod that was in his hand, and dipped it in an honeycomb, and put his hand to his mouth; and his eyes were enlightened. \
    • 14:29 Then said Jonathan, My father hath troubled the land: see, I pray you, how mine eyes have been enlightened, because I tasted a little of this honey. \
    • 14:43 Then Saul said to Jonathan, Tell me what thou hast done. And Jonathan told him, and said, I did but taste a little honey with the end of the rod that was in mine hand, and, lo, I must die. \
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha and Christ: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • 14:25 And all they of the land came to a wood; and there was honey upon the ground. \
    • 14:26 And when the people were come into the wood, behold, the honey dropped; but no man put his hand to his mouth: for the people feared the oath. \
    • 14:27 But Jonathan heard not when his father charged the people with the oath: wherefore he put forth the end of the rod that was in his hand, and dipped it in an honeycomb, and put his hand to his mouth; and his eyes were enlightened. \
    • 14:29 Then said Jonathan, My father hath troubled the land: see, I pray you, how mine eyes have been enlightened, because I tasted a little of this honey. \
    • 14:43 Then Saul said to Jonathan, Tell me what thou hast done. And Jonathan told him, and said, I did but taste a little honey with the end of the rod that was in mine hand, and, lo, I must die. \
  • Title: Young Doctors Course: Contents
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    • ripening of figs and honey production. Necessity to develop a sense
  • Title: Young Doctors Course: Lecture I
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    • from the flowers into the hive and produce honey. The bees
    • take the nectar from the flowers and then produce honey in
    • itself. The people in the South set a honey-producing process
    • honey-producing process is generated in the fig which is
    • from the flowers at a distance and produces honey from this
  • Title: Materialism/Anthroposophy: Lecture XVI
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    • honey, that there are no evil spirits against whom he has to
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Three
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    • that his meat was locusts and wild honey and his raiment was
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture VIII
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    • honey. And I took the little book from the hand of the angel
    • and ate it up; and it was in my mouth sweet as honey.”
    • and in spirit is able to feel the bliss sweet as honey, yet
    • sweet as honey when he eats it, it gives him severe pains in
  • Title: Three Streams: The Epistle of Barnabas
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    • with milk and honey.
    • and honey. Blessed is our Lord, brethren, who established
    • flowing with milk and honey, and be lords over it.
    • and the honey Because the child is first kept alive by honey, and
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • of his times as though he were tasting honey.
  • Title: Man's Being: Lecture VI
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    • milk and honey. Such was not the meaning of what the Christ
  • Title: World History: Lecture VII: The Fifteenth Century and the Transition from Mind-Soul to Spiritual-Soul
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    • out the honey juice, absorbs it, assimilates it within itself,
    • bees the cells of wax that will be filled with honey.
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture IV: The Origin of Evil
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    • gathering honey, saying that the world of color and light
    • offers honey to the human soul, to carry it up to higher
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture V: Yoga In East and West
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    • flowers to distil and make it into honey, so does the soul come forth
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture X: Progress of Mankind Up To Atlantean Times
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    • juices similar to milk and honey. It was a wonderful state of existence
  • Title: Man/Symphony: Synopses
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    • head for young children has its counterpart for old people in honey,
    • land flowing with milk and honey.”
  • Title: Man/Symphony: Lecture XI
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    • of bees produces its honey, and when we eat and enjoy honey it gives
    • honey. Nor do we need to eat it in tremendous quantities — it is
    • It would be “a land flowing with milk and honey”. So you see
    • lands of promise that they are such as flow with milk and honey.
    • and honey”. That is indeed a rare land, for in it there are only
  • Title: Spiritual Hierarchies: Lecture 5
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    • popular writing — this gas is as thick as honey or tar. The man
    • become like honey or tar, I will willingly allow to wander about in
    • such a sluggish land where the air is of the consistency of honey,
  • Title: Spiritual Hierarchies: Lecture 8
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    • gas on Jupiter are as thick as tar or honey, and that from the point
    • of such thick condition that it will be as thick as tar or honey?
    • cannot inhale air which is as thick as honey. This is what we have to
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Evil
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    • with a bee. The world of colour and light offers the soul honey which
  • Title: Poetry/Fairy Tales: Lecture 2: The Interpretation of Fairy Tales
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    • manner of things that bears like to eat and drink — honey and
  • Title: Spiritual Science and Medicine -- Lecture XVI
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    • instance: “If thou takest into thyself honey or wine, thou dost
    • be strengthened with wine or honey; then you strengthen the forces
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 9
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    • injections with hypophysis cerebri and honey, because, as you saw,
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture II: The Art of Recitation and Declamation
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    •         And honey wild,
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture VI: Speech-Formation and Poetic Form
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    • honey, and then from the carriage
  • Title: Esoteric Lesson: Hamburg, 3-14-1909
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    • tells us that when Christ hung on the cross, bees came and drew honey
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture I
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    • honey — exclusively from those parts of the plants that are
    • the honey. You can also study what honey does, when you eat it yourself.
    • What does the honey do? When honey is eaten it furthers the right
    • is better for man than to add the right proportion of honey to his
    • work with his soul upon the organs of his body. In the honey the bee
    • soul-forces within his body. Thus when man adds some honey to his
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture II
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    • we men take away as honey a portion of what was collected for the
    • joined to another in the honey-comb, is exceedingly well made use of
    • eat honey we eat the spittle of the bee; we must be quite clear as to
    • worker-bees, this body is the honey-comb — the cells. This
    • are made of a kind of wax, just as the honey-comb forms the marvellous
    • away from the bees — perhaps 20% of their honey — and one can
    • justly say that this honey is extremely valuable to man, for with his
    • ordinary food he gets very little honey because honey is distributed
    • quantities of honey into our bodies in this way.
    • honey to the various parts of our body. It is honey that the bee
    • honey has an extremely favourable effect upon us. With children, it is milk
    • that has a similar effect; honey helps us to build our bodies and is
    • illnesses. A healthy man feels just how much honey should take. Honey
    • adopt the plan of giving just the right quantity of honey to children
    • this honey diet till the age of three or four years. Rickets would
    • weeks children ought only to be given milk; honey would at that age
    • have no affect. Honey contains the forces that give man's body
    • more fruitful plants. So man not only benefits by the honey the bees make,
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture III
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    • districts where people do not harvest the honey before August 8, which is
    • held to be a Holy day. August 8 is a honey day.
    • food of the bees is not sugar but nectar or honey, and pollen.
    • one has to empty even the half-filled combs of honey that come from the
    • accustomed to feed on sugar but on nectar and honey. This is in accordance
    • bee changes whatever food it happens to get into a kind of honey. All
    • the food it takes into a kind of honey.
    • you feed the bees on honey. They do not then need to expend the same
    • amount of strength as when they must change sugar into honey. What
    • sugar into honey? They will only be the strongest bees, of which one
    • honey; hence, they are more or less useless.
    • plant also contains potential honey (the camomile contains this
    • honey plant). Suppose you have a plant, with a great deal of
    • bees camomile tea you support them in their inner honey-process. You make
    • the sugar already like honey, when, you dilute it with camomile tea.
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IV
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    • dealing with the results of certain experiments with honey-cures
    • — (“Our further Experiences with Honey-cures in the
    • In this Children's Home an attempt was made to give honey treatments
    • honey and stir it well into moderately warmed milk, not brought
    • leaving, after a honey-treatment, the percentage had risen to
    • a boy aged 11; he went through a honey-cure lasting 8 weeks, with the result
    • great benefit from a honey-cure.
    • with honey. And here, gentlemen, he mentions something very
    • achieved something of great value with her honey treatments. What she
    • as possible, and that more honey should be given, especially to the
    • working of honey on the human organism.”
    • effects of honey-cures from the medical point of view. Our good results
    • effects of honey-treatments really rest. You see, these experiments show
    • us something; they show that the effect of honey is an especially strong
    • experiments indicate something further. They indicate that honey is
    • this admixture of milk and honey that has such especially favourable
    • discover that honey is important even in the case of the younger
    • children. One must then put only a little honey in the milk —
    • more milk and less honey. With old people it is the honey without any
    • people if one persuades them to take honey without milk. We must say
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  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture V
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    • Honey is for the most part a luxury, and those who can afford
    • how in answer to the question where he sold his honey, he replied:
    • get as much profit as possible from our honey. An employer of many
    • production of honey or nectar in the flowers.
    • only working on a small scale, and did not sell his honey. Erbsmehl is
    • Honey would
    • to artificial methods. One gets perhaps 4–8 pounds of honey and
    • honey costs seven francs. Then one must reckon with wear and tear;
    • honey at six francs. The American bee-keepers take exactly this
    • to impure honey in hotels I would like to say that first-class hotels
    • frequently buy American honey. When bees are fed oil this honey, they
    • honey even in those days was very dear and my parents could not
    • afford to buy any. We got all our honey from our neighbours as a
    • that we had honey all the year round. Honey was given away in those
    • a terrible lot of honey, as much indeed as I wanted of the honey that
    • honey as a gift, but in those days the bee-keepers in the
    • neighbourhood of my parents' home were mostly farmers, and honey was
    • all events the honey was looked after between-whiles, and one had the
    • idea that honey is something so precious that one cannot really pay
    • if one discusses the price of separate food substances, and honey is
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  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VI
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    • honey comb. There are people who eat the wax as well as the
    • honey, and in restaurants they used at times to serve honey in the
    • MÜLLER said that eating comb-honey was an
    • honey-comb is a fancy with some people; the real question is whether it
    • really able to observe these people who eat the honey-comb, thus the
    • they had sucked out the honey. I have not so far come across people
    • because they eat the wax with the honey, (thus leaving the
    • honey as long as possible still in connection with the wax which has
    • entered the body), the honey is digested more in the intestines,
    • of people who eat honey in the comb, and others who eat it without
    • greatly disturbs its inner organism in the honey-producing process.
    • any real way by giving them the nectar or honey belonging to
    • to eat honey without so much discussion about it? Perhaps some question
    • honey-making process of the bees. It is something so really wonderful
    • general, into the honey which is so health-giving, and which should
    • today. It is not realised how important the consumption of honey
    • married would eat honey as a preparation for the future, they would
    • not have rickety children. Honey when assimilated can affect the
    • body of the child. The consumption of honey by the parents, and above
    • to know that during the times of betrothal and pregnancy, honey can
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  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VII
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    • so closely; also, what honey should be, and is, in relation to mail.
    • honey; how the bee actually makes the honey, and whether the bee-keeper
    • foreign honey.
    • is fed artificially. If anyone likes taking sugar with honey he can add
    • is printed on the label. The best thing in regard to honey is
    • how a kind of inner preparation of honey takes place through these
    • honey-comb. There is, for example, an interesting wasp which
    • the single cell of the honey-comb. On a closer inspection of this
    • substance it is, however, seen to be different. Honey-comb, as you
    • absolutely all blossom; it is really the finest honey in the world.
    • and more brittle than honey-comb, though as a substance it is
    • difference between the waxen honey-comb of the bee, the paper nest of
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VIII
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    • give us honey, therefore bee-keeping is of use to us. Very good; but
    • honey for our food, or as a remedy, then this is all to our
    • also in honey, Vitamin.” You remember, as I said before, one
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IX
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    • the bee is really not that it produces honey but, that it produces
    • the marvellous structure of the honey-comb entirely out of its own
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Appendix
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    • have also honey, and when as grown-up human beings we take it and eat it,
    • the honey supplies us with what we need in the way of formative forces,
    • we also need formative forces, and we must therefore eat honey. We do
    • absorbing the forces within the honey.
    • structure of the honey-comb which we so greatly admire. Here we can
    • with honey.
  • Title: Boundaries of Natural Science: Lecture II
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    • you know that honey tastes sweet, but to a man with jaundice it tastes
  • Title: Anthro Medical Therapy: Lecture VIII
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    • and treat in a certain way with honey (you will find this
    • effect of the honey. Lead exerts a very strong influence on
    • now to the attempt of preparing a remedy from lead and honey.
    • effect of the honey when added to the remedy, however,
  • Title: The Building at Dornach: Lecture I
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    • thee when honeyed sleep shall leave thee.’
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course IV - Lecture I: Theosophy and Spiritism
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    • honey, the human soul is sent out from higher regions to collect experiences
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture IX: Tolstoy and Carnegie
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    • drops of honey from which he could feed himself. Nevertheless,
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • of his times as though he were tasting honey.
  • Title: Three Streams: The Epistle of Barnabas
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    • with milk and honey.
    • and honey. Blessed is our Lord, brethren, who established
    • flowing with milk and honey, and be lords over it.
    • and the honey Because the child is first kept alive by honey, and
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XVII: Siegfried and the Twilight of the Gods
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    • collects honey, and then returns to the beehive. The same
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture XIV
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    • they taste like honey to them. But as soon as one has to
    • Apocalypticer says is sweet as honey becomes a stomach ache,
  • Title: Esoteric Development: Additional Reading
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