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  • Title: Book: Contemporary Civilization in the Mirror of the Science of the Spirit (1904)
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    • and the impressions of extinct plants were to bear witness to the
    • the Darwinists, namely that animal and plant forms change only
  • Title: Book: Our Atlantean Ancestors
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    • such power. Plants were cultivated in the Atlantean period not merely
    • they — so to speak — burned plant seeds, and in which the
    • Plant and animal forms have become different. All of earthly nature
    • the growth of plants, tame the rage of animals, and perform other
    • The faculty of thought planted in men could only
  • Title: Book: The Lemurian Race
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    • environment. Other men, animals, plants, and even lifeless objects
    • the energy of growth of plants, from the life force of animals. In
    • this manner he understood plants and animals in their inner
    • world of plants and animals had developed only as far as the
    • voices,” or what plants, animals, stones, wind and clouds, the
    • sits on a seat made of rare natural objects and plants. Slowly in
    • measure for the plants. The greatest influence on the transformation
    • breeding of animals and plants. The labor of cultivation in Atlantis
  • Title: Book: The Division into Sexes
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    • they could plant in man; knowledge they could not give, for their own
  • Title: Book: The Last Periods before the Division into Sexes
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    • other men could only feel this influence as an instinct implanted in
    • them. Sexual love was implanted in man by immediate transference of
    • capacity of perpetuating the existence of his kind was implanted in
  • Title: Book: The Hyperborean and the Polarean Epoch
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    • souls from its common root. As a plant sprouts ever anew from
    • actions of stones, plants, and animals, which then existed only as
  • Title: Book: Beginning of the Present Earth  Extrusion of the Sun
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    • by virtue of which it can support minerals, plants, animals, and men
    • plant, animal, and human worlds. Minerals for instance also existed
    • extent by comparing it to the passage of a plant through the seed
    • stage. Imagine a plant with root, stalk, leaves, blossom, and fruit.
    • the preceding condition one might call mineral, plant, animal has
    • passed away, as in the plant, root, stalk, and so forth, pass away.
    • densely material one, like that of a plant. It was rather of a soul
    • as a mineral; plant, or animal nature has been drawn into these human
    • plantlike entities, which however are very different in form from the
    • plants of today. Finally, the third new group represents man of that
    • transformation. Those which have been called plant beings above,
    • upon them from the outside. Thus the plants came under the influence
    • solid, and a plant realm which has water and air as its densest
  • Title: Book: Extrusion of the Moon
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    • animal, plant and mineral realms will become entirely clear.
  • Title: Book: On the Origin of the Earth
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    • two days or with the sleeplike condition of a plant seed before it
    • again develops into a full plant.
  • Title: Book: The Life of Saturn
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    • germ of the physical human body is planted during the first Saturn
    • arrangement,” a rational structure is implanted in it. To be
    • which they implant the capacity of movement and of forceful activity.
    • inhabits its body today. They implant a kind of sensory organs in the
    • These spirits implant selfhood, egoism in the body
  • Title: Book: The Life of the Sun
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    • developed Sun man as the seed to the plant which emerges from it.
    • of plants exists today. As a matter of fact, in the plant one must
    • developed on Saturn, emerges like a plant from the seed at the
    • becomes an animated being. Man thereby becomes a kind of plant. His
    • appearance, however, is not that of the plants of today. Rather in
    • rudiment of the head like the plant root of today, is turned
    • turned upward like the blossom of the plant. This plant-man organism
    • ether body and implants a powerful activity in it. This continues
    • now implanted in it the Spirit of selfhood (independence and
    • implanted into the ether body at that time by the Sons of Fire. We
    • the Sun. It became a human plant; man passed through the realm of
    • plants.
    • manner This could not have happened, for the plant man needed the
    • mineral basis for his life. As today there can be no plants without a
    • the Sun with respect to the plant man. For the sake of his further
    • Saturn Thus, alongside the human plant realm, a second province, a
    • human body rises to a kind of plant existence through the
    • difficult to imagine that man lived as a plant being in the Sun
    • it is only a plant of today which is adapted to the present
    • environment is a corresponding one. The Sun plant-being existed
  • Title: Book: Life on the Moon
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    • consciousness of the sleeping plant world. But in all these instances
    • case. Its necessary qualities are implanted in it in the first course
    • it, and thereby implant in it a capacity which at later stages of
    • implant in these images the joy and the pain which are
    • plant man, the man of the Moon can be called animal man. That the
    • has been shown that the plant-man of the Sun could only develop
    • realm of this plant man. During the first two Moon eras (rounds)
    • these two earlier realms, plant realm and mineral realm, again emerge
    • of the plant realm splits off. It does not take part in the
    • of man which we have described above. The entire plant world which
    • animals require the plant for their existence. A plant world is the
    • into a plant by thrusting a portion of his companions down into a
    • plant nature as himself, he leaves behind him on the level of coarser
    • plantlike-ness. As the animal man of the Moon is not like the animals
    • and the plant of today. The mineral of the Moon is something
    • plantlike. The Moon rocks are not stones in the sense of today; they
    • plant has a certain character of animality.
    • The two former realms, the plant and the mineral realm, which
  • Title: Book: The Life of Earth
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    • Twilight; the emotions were implanted in the astral body by the Fire
    • man of today and an animal; the plants stand midway between the
    • animal and plant natures of today, and the minerals only half bear
    • half plants.
    • plants gradually lose the animal character of their sensibility, and
    • astral body and implant in it just that independence we have
    • active, while in the ether body of the plants it is the Spirits of
    • is, implant rigid and fixed forms in it.
    • physical plant and animal bodies, and so forth.
    • had a being in the mineral, plant, animal, and human realms, begins
    • the preceding small cycle. All other beings of the mineral, plant,
    • states of consciousness of the Spirits of Fire, the plants as states
    • similar astral body, and the plants emerge from the consciousness of
    • plants have an astral and an ether body; the minerals first emerge
    • concerned with four realms: a mineral, a plant, an animal, and a
    • plant, animal, and human beings. Filling the interstices as it were,
    • men, animals, plants, and minerals have their existence, For the
  • Title: Book: The Fourfold Man of Earth
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    • higher plant realm, and the astral body with the animal realm.
    • realm, the plant realm, the animal realm, and the human realm, Saturn
    • had only the last-named. What one knows today as animals, plants, and
    • of plant men. That portion of the human bodies however which had not
    • cold-blooded (or variably warm) animals and certain plants came into
    • certain respect moved up to the level of plant existence. At that
    • into the animal character. A number of parts remained on the plant
    • parts still bore a decided plant character. But one must not imagine
    • that these organs looked exactly like our present-day plants. The
    • exhibited a plant character at the beginning of the earth
    • Mysteries, represents hermaphrodites with plant-leaf like organs of
    • mentioned above shows still other plant appendages. When it was made,
    • organs changed from a plant to an animal character.
  • Title: Book: Answers to Questions
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    • plant and animal forms. In the imagination of Phidias lived something
  • Title: Book: Prejudices Arising from Alleged Science (1904)
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    • organisms which can be considered among the oldest of the plant world
    • the forms of this older plant world those desert-type plants which
    • because of certain facts of the plant and animal world, indicated the

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