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  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 1
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    • proper understanding for such efforts. Over against the “powers
    • certainty. Even to-day one is astonished again and again to read the
    • ordinary, obvious conditions of life. But once again, you need only
    • themselves again and again. We look at them as though the cosmic
    • understood. These must be looked for again along such lines as I have
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 2
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    • Earth then rays it upward again. Thus, the influences that rise
    • again and working directly in the air and water over the Earth. The
    • then take effect as they ray upward again from the Earth.
    • be able to pour upward again. And for this purpose is the clayey
    • within the soil, to carry them upward again from below.
    • above, more oxygen, but again they do not know the reason. The reason
    • disintegrates again, and eventually, where we first had the highest
    • very end — to the point of chaos. Time and again, in the chaos
    • of the seed the new organism is built up again out of the whole
    • constellation. Ever and again, it is built out of the Cosmos.
    • later stages also — over against the cosmic form which is
    • root and leaf? Or again, how can we thin it out so that it is drawn
    • —if we had to do it all over again with our present cleverness
    • knowledge in order to enter again into the whole Nature-relationship
    • once again.
    • which needs to be given back again to the Earth.
    • good time, as soon as we begin to have any knowledge again of the
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 3
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    • with an idea from olden time, a point we need to understand again in
    • of the plant, or again, building the form in man, which passes away
    • again the very moment it comes into being.
    • man is not plant, but man. He has the faculty, time and again to
    • itself, dissolving the form again. It is on the paths of this carbon
    • carbon as it forms itself and ever again dissolves the form.
    • our breathing it becomes alive again. Inside us it must be alive.
    • nitrogen. And the spirituality which — once again with the help
    • in order to bring it back again into that quantitative condition to
    • again. Just as the oxygen does, so too the nitrogen becomes alive;
    • — it will find its way back again on to the fields. As human
    • eventually be led back again into the great Universe. It must be able
    • delicate design, must eventually be able to vanish again. It is not
    • again as nearly akin to the spiritualand that is hydrogen.
    • no longer feels comfortable there. It wants to dissolve again. And
    • substantial on the other, is hydrogen. Hydrogen carries out again
    • against something with your skull — if you knock against a
    • pain. If, however, you rub against it gently, you will be conscious
    • characterise it again. Think of a simple peasant-farmer, one whom
    • this again and again. It really is so, and from such things as these
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  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 4
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    • trying to construct from thence the total human being. Here again we
    • wish to join in the facile criticisms which are so frequently made against
    • into himself is cast out again.
    • again every seven or eight years as the substance of the body is renewed)
    • Over against
    • up well in a bucket of water. Here again, you will have to stir it for
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 5
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    • to set over against it. That is the point in every case! If positive
    • best you can in the stag's bladder, and bind it up again. There,
    • to the sunshine. When autumn comes, take it down again and bury it not
    • used, we shall make good again much that would otherwise become a ruthless
    • Here again the members
    • Now once again you can
    • Here again, it is a charming Operation. Instead of using these intestinal
    • note of the place, so that when you afterwards dig it out again you
    • against the vegetable world, as we often are over against the animals
    • oak-bark in the skull, close it up again as well as possible with bony
    • This, once again, must hibernate. Snow-water is just as good as rain-water.
    • you get out of them can once again be added to the dung, and in a similar
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 6
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    • and they are pretty helpless against it. I could tell you a tale of
    • They were approached from every side to find a remedy against the grape-louse,
    • and ray back again, working upward from below. Everything that works
    • of the Sun upon its surface and throws them back again on to the earth.
    • that pour on to the Moon are rayed back again. Thus the whole starry
    • they not try to do to fight against it! Read of it in the agricultural
    • about it. For in the end the mice always come back again. What we need
    • negative force as against the reproductive power of the field-mouse.
    • soon come out again if the pepper has been so sprinkled that a few areas
    • again. Undoubtedly the influence of it rays out far and wide; nevertheless,
    • In Cancer it appears quite feebly, and it is feeble again when you come
    • again you can spread it out over the beet-fields, and the nematode will
    • way we come again to what was formerly described as “Wisdom of the
    • we want to combat rust or similar plant-diseases. Here again, very Small
    • to their microscope. We, however, must find our way out again into the
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 7
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    • the life, together on the farm, of plant and animal. Here again, we
    • is again a distant similarity between certain animals and the fully
    • For in great Nature — again and again I must say it — everything,
    • All things in Nature are in mutual interaction, once again. But we can
    • related to the birds and the bushes to the mammals, so again all that
    • of the air, its muscular system is formed. Here again, the forces of
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 8
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    • to absorb the cosmic substances, which, once again, are needed in the
    • for our farm. Or again, we must take care to plant what the animals
    • of forces which are involved. Or again, the effect of the one thing
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture I
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    • grain we get occasional sayings directed against extravagances,
    • its guard against superstition. Speaking from the
    • Jupiter. Again, it is well for anyone who wants to plant
    • again, and sought for along such lines as I have
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture II
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    • upwards again, and the substance which brings this about is
    • today than either to learn again about the whole web of
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture III
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    • we must come to know again. If we disregard the crumbled
    • alive again. The oxygen which circulates inside us' is not the
    • soil it comes to life again. Just as oxygen comes to life when
    • is formed in the living being must be able to disappear again.
    • physical form. Moistening itself once again with sulphur it
    • of the Cosmos, so that it can be taken up again from thence (by
    • consider: If you knock your head against something hard,
    • again in my youth when I lived among peasant folk. The mere
    • of spirit, work in the realm of Nature. Again, we may say that
    • lime has attached. Once again, we realise that we are in the
    • combination with clay, they once again start on their
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture IV
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    • eliminated again from the body. What matters, therefore, is not
    • Again, we take a cow-horn and fill it in the same way, not with
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture V
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    • vitalised again. Now it is precisely on this point that a
    • of which we have robbed the soil. The manure is again given the
    • again, using only ingredients taken from the realm of the
    • explained. Again, in addition to the potash and calcium which
    • The skull should be closed up again with bony material and put
    • into which rainwater could flow and drain off again. This would
    • a plant exists and, once again, it is a plant which
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VI
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    • and Moon! I enter into the earth and stream again from below upwards.
    • for food because it is produced again and again in a continuous
    • again at the full, and, regardless of human error, work in
    • back again if “pepperless” areas still remain in
    • the neighbourhood. In such areas, the mice will again settle
    • diseases. Here again only small quantities are required; a
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VII
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    • Here again light can be thrown on the subject by
    • must repeat this again and again — everything, everything
    • Again, the world of grubs and worms may be said to stand in a
    • we must learn to act with wisdom once again through
    • system is formed from the air, which again works as a mediator
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VIII
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    • fattening cattle, milch cows, etc. But here again we have what
    • general be combated by a diet of tomatoes. Once again, we are



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