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  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 2
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    • directions, so that a dandelion brings forth, not a barberry, but a
    • dandelion in its turn.
    • A lion exposes itself to the Sun differently from a horse. The
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 3
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    • most wonderfully in the papilionaceae or leguminosae
    • inbreathing of oxygen. These plants — the papilionaceae —
    • papilionaceae are the only plants of this kind. All other plants are
    • papilionaceae, we are observing as it were the paths of the
    • shall perceive the great significance of the papilionaceae. It is no
    • papilionaceae work. They all have the tendency to retain, to some
    • everywhere in the papilionaceae; they tend to fruit even before they
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 5
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    • tamed the materialistic lion in this respect, if I may say so. Processes,
    • common dandelion (taraxacum officinale).
    • The innocent yellow dandelion!
    • district of the Earth. Truly this dandelion is a kind of messenger of
    • dandelion to the influences of the Earth, and in the winter season.
    • Gather the little yellow heads of the dandelion and let them fade a
    • the plants the forces which tend to come to them through the dandelion
    • dandelion. Such a manure will have very much of what is actually needed.
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 6
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    • nowadays. Thus, for the dandelion which you need as I explained
    • the dandelion-seed. Repeat this fire-process with it, prepare your little
    • pepper and scatter it over the fields. Then you will have the dandelions
    • with burnt dandelion, free of the dandelion plant.
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture II
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    • that, e.g., a dandelion will give rise to another dandelion and
    • itself to the Sun. A lion exposes itself quite differently from
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture III
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    • papilionaceous plants (Leguminosae), that is, m all the
    • oxygen. And in the papilionaceous plants a process takes place
    • All papilionacae are, as it were., the air passages. Other
    • Papilionacae. True, science knows something of this already,
    • knowledge. We can see how these papilionacae actually
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture V
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    • respect brought the materialistic lion to heel. But there
    • fields. It is the dandelion (Taraxaeum).
    • harmless yellow dandelion does untold good in any area in which
    • actually present in the area in question. The dandelion is
    • with which we have dealt. Collect some yellow dandelion heads,
    • dandelion.
    • nettle, with oak bark and with dandelion. Such a manure, will
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VI
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    • the dandelion in the manner I outlined to you yesterday, you
    • time make use of the dandelion seed for the production of this
    • will be able to plant dandelions wherever you like, but you
    • way with dandelion ash will be free of dandelions. All these
    • Lion-sun, etc. The Sun is always a different being

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