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  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 8
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    • not immediately think of the calf and the carrot? When the calf eats
    • the carrot, this process is fulfilled.
    • head — now that we have served the calf with the carrot
    • these forces in their turn can work right down into the body. The carrot-dung
    • then, I have given carrot-fodder. Now I want the body to be properly
    • more, I shall add to the carrot something that tends to ray out in the
    • you should give young cattle. Carrots and linseed, or something that
    • will go together on the same principle say, for instance, carrots and
    • For instance, you can see quite clearly and straightforwardly that carrots
  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • and carrots, for instance: what effect they have on the body. You have
    • simplest remedy is to give him carrots to eat for a while — with his
    • carrots alone. Carrots are the root of the plant. They grow down in
    • the head. That is extraordinarily important. It is through carrots
    • If you look at the carrot plant, you can't help seeing that its
    • above. So the carrot is particularly good as a food substance to
    • will eat carrots for a while! Naturally, they will help children the
    • But now if we compare a potato to a carrot — well, first of all it
    • not have as much mineral content as the carrot; it is not as earthy.
    • So now, gentlemen, you can say to yourselves: When I eat carrots, my
    • carrot. All it needs is saliva and stomach secretions, pepsin and so
    • forth for all the important substance of the carrot to reach the head.
    • in greatest amounts by such a root as the carrot.
    • effect as carrots although not to the same degree: they all work
  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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    • carrots. Herr Burle said, “The human body craves instinctively what it
    • needs. Children often take a carrot up in their hands. Children,
    • hunting for a garden where there are carrots growing, and then you'll
    • find him there eating carrots. And if the garden is far off that
    • carrots — because a child who has a tendency to worms longs for
    • carrots.
  • Title: Evolution, Earth, Man: Lecture VI
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    • foods — beans and carrots, for instance: what effect they have
    • child? The simplest remedy is to give him carrots to eat for a while
    • feed him on carrots alone. Carrots are the root of the plant. They
    • is through carrots that the uppermost parts of the head become strong
    • If you look at the carrot plant, you can't help seeing
    • sits there up above. So the carrot is particularly good as a food
    • too will eat carrots for a while! Naturally, they will help children
    • But now if we compare a potato to a carrot — well,
    • Therefore it does not have as much mineral content as the carrot; it
    • carrots, my body can really take it easy, for all it needs is saliva
    • to soften the carrot. All it needs is saliva and stomach secretions,
    • pepsin and so forth for all the important substance of the carrot to
    • kind of root, but in greatest amounts by such a root as the carrot.
    • roots have the same effect as carrots although not to the same
  • Title: Evolution, Earth, Man: Lecture VII
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    • question about carrots. Herr Burle said, “The human body craves
    • instinctively what it needs. Children often take a carrot up in their
    • a child hunting for a garden where there are carrots growing, and
    • then you'll find him there eating carrots. And if the garden is far
    • finds the carrots-because a child who has a tendency to worms longs
    • for carrots.
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VIII
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    • Does not this immediately suggest the calf and the carrot? A
    • calf eating carrots portrays this whole process. The
    • carrot, once the substance really has been introduced into the
    • be worked into it. It is not enough for the “carrot
    • Well, I have given the animal the carrot fodder. And now I want
    • similar. If you feed young cattle on carrots and linseed
    • — or carrots and fresh hay (which is equally suitable)
    • mean at a glance, as we saw in the case of the carrots and
  • Title: Theosophy and Rosicrucianism: Lecture XIV: Further Stages of Rosicrucian Training
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    • of a carrot? Because these things speak to him, as they do to



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