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  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 1
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    • direction of the magnet-needle if you know how it is related to the
    • and carefully weigh out everything that comes on to their plate)
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 2
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    • processes connected with it, are in a way related to the form and
    • indicate the proper dose later on). We thereby prepare the soil to
    • later stages also — over against the cosmic form which is
    • look at all plant growth. Then, when we contemplate the rose, in its
    • related, as a “diaphragm” (for so we called it in this
    • substance from the front to the hinder parts, it is related to these
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 3
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    • later stage was there added to it, for example, the limestone nature
    • later. Now, however, one thing more is necessary.
    • each of these materials is inwardly related to a specific spiritual
    • chemists would relate. Our chemists speak only of the corpses of the
    • when we contemplate it in relation to nitrogen. Observe it as a kind
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 4
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    • understanding with this science, and yet — sooner or later we
    • But they are more nearly related than you would think.
    • with something else, for instance granulated peat, and then another
    • assimilated by the organism up to a certain point. It gave occasion
    • is not so in reality. (I shall go into the matter at a later stage.
    • all the odoriferous principles are concentrated and assimilated in it.
    • in the earth and in the late autumn dig it out and keep its contents
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 5
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    • of stimulants or irritants. One may stimulate the plants with them,
    • that takes place as between the earth and the plant — so to assimilate
    • the potash content that it relates itself rightly, within the organic
    • The stag is an animal most intimately related, not so much to the Earth
    • to assimilate the potash. Camomile, however, assimilates calcium in
    • addition. Therewith, it assimilates that which can chiefly help to exclude
    • because it has calcium to assimilate as well.
    • few years later. Read the Swiss newspapers of the time when someone
    • and assimilates it everywhere, namely, sulphur, the significance of
    • flower to the manure in very fine proportions. There you will stimulate
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 6
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    • ideas that relate to harmful plants and animals and to what are commonly
    • regulate growth. We must first enter into them. Then we shall know that
    • to do it even more homoeopathically; you do not need a whole plateful.
    • rays out the forces which relate to the insect world.
    • live. Needless to say, you cannot merely speculate. Nevertheless, you
    • as is done to-day, is no real science. The mere jotting-down of isolated
    • science do nowadays? It takes a little plate and lays a preparation
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 7
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    • For it is far more intimately related to the surrounding astrality.
    • the faculty to regulate the ethereal vitality within the soil whenever
    • we may say: the world of worms, and larvae too, is related to the limestone
    • the world of worms and larvae — is related to the mineral, especially
    • related to the birds and the bushes to the mammals, so again all that
    • related. What the animal receives from its environment and assimilates
    • Sun and Moon are working through the air. But the animal cannot relate
    • itself thus directly to the earthy and watery elements. It cannot assimilate
    • warmth and air, it then assimilates the water and the earth inside it
    • of the breathing and a portion of the metabolic system, the animal assimilates
    • assimilate earth and water, the animal itself must be there by virtue
    • conclude that the plant assimilates the air and the warmth internally,
    • even as the animal assimilates the earth and water? Ne, it is not so.
    • and watery material and assimilates them internally, the plant does
    • into later times.
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 8
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    • assimilated, passed through the stomach — must be guided into
    • in this respect! Moreover, the head can only assimilate this nourishment
    • young cattle, we shall always try to provide fodder such as will stimulate
    • to stimulate the development of milk, in an animal whose milk-production
    • would otherwise remain latent and create rheumatism and gout. He will
    • outset, these forces are left latent in the organism. They remain unused
    • it is related to all the members of the animal organisation, and that
    • assimilated in Nature — wild manure, so to speak. Take any kind
    • We should only eat just enough potatoes to stimulate our brain and head-nature.
    • of such things will relate agriculture in a most intimate way —
    • It is infinitely important that agriculture should be so related to
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture I
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    • which will take place later, to reach accord on what has been
    • the narrow isolated phenomenon, and not with activities
    • have scales on the table beside their plates) — it is
    • Moon, related to reproduction. But in the case of plants which
    • related to it that it enhances the activity of the forces
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture II
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    • it needs. We shall see later why this is quite the natural
    • situation, as we shall see later on, is slightly
    • stored up influences. (Later we shall consider the case of the
    • (I shall indicate this proportion later on). In this way, we
    • there. For reasons which will appear later on, we need not
    • later on. Thus, the front part of an animal and the structure
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture III
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    • until later that, for example, lime came into existence,
    • alive again. The oxygen which circulates inside us' is not the
    • will be in human stomachs, and later will return to the soil in
    • some form or another. We human beings cannot isolate ourselves
    • related to its own particular order of spiritual entity.
    • walks through his fields and suddenly he knows something; later
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture IV
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    • science has of late been obliged to review its own position on
    • in itself and thus stimulate the body into activity. The
    • but they are more closely related than you may perhaps think.
    • stimulates and maintains life, must — pardon the phrase
    • which we shall become aware later, and it acts on the plants
    • assimilated by its organism, thereby stirring into activity
    • (the details will be dealt with later). Thus, we add to the
    • none. I shall deal with this point later. For the moment, let
    • summer, take it out in late autumn and keep it till the
    • something inflated and swollen. His research goes no further
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture V
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    • agriculture: to provide knowledge of the way to stimulate life
    • seemed to be crazy have been accepted a few years later.
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VI
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    • later produce the seed, and by means of this seed a new plant',
    • that regulate growth. We must try and enter into these forces.
    • collecting the ash, of which we accumulate a relatively small
    • closely related to the forces that are developed as the
    • illnesses which afflict animals. When we come later on to
    • over the processes of growth; and we shall see later that this
    • and isolated facts. True science does not begin until one has
    • today? He takes a little plate, lays a preparation upon it,
    • isolates it very carefully and then watches. Everything that
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VII
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    • regarded as being isolated from other plant species. So these
    • from being larvae, yet have the ability to regulate the amount
    • thus wonderful vents which regulate the vitality in the
    • the rest of the animal kingdom, as we shall show later.
    • earth and water, the animal is not able directly to assimilate.
    • m later days, much of this knowledge has remained among' those
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VIII
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    • breathing. What the animal eats serves only to stimulate its
    • order to stimulate its sense-connections with its
    • latent in the animals. We should therefore try to give young
    • animal organism, because it is related to all its members. This
    • consumption of potatoes should serve only to stimulate the
    • infinitely important that agriculture should be so related to



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