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  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • becomes quite another kind of creature than it was as an egg. The egg
    • creature. This is the first thing we see. The second is the deep
    • butterfly is understood only when viewed as a complete creature of light
    • at work on the creature, but she works in a spiritual way. I have told
    • physical substance with which to spin. What will the creature do if it
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture II
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    • therefore have a creature before us that collects a substance extremely
    • perfect insect, as a matured creature. I might say — the
    • entirely a creature of the Sun.
    • Sun-revolution, but stays behind and remains always a creature of the
    • significant is the length of time during which a creature develops.
    • upon a bee as a specially sacred creature, because it prepares
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture III
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    • the creature senses the presence of just those colours that work
    • food is changed by the creature that partakes of it. Thus, in winter
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IV
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    • creature best able to give form to this hexagonal force, the bee is
    • the creature that everywhere collects that particular food which can
    • “Is it then the same with these tiny little creatures as with dogs and
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture V
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    • quite different dots, quite different minute creatures are there, and
    • it is entirely unnecessary that it should be due to these minute creatures
    • because the bee is a creature that can always help itself again, that
    • in a certain sense, a Sun creature, and thus all that the Sun experiences
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VI
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    • that there should be these tiny little creatures that are able to
    • figs and carries out his plan. The little creature inside thinks, now
    • honey-making takes place. The bee is therefore a creature that
    • as a fully matured creature.
    • creature which in very ancient times was developed from the wasp. Today
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VII
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    • fed so that growth is accelerated. Now the bees are creatures of the
    • a creature capable of laying eggs; all that is connected with a
    • worker-bee is indeed largely a creature of the Sun, but already
    • somewhat of an earthly creature. But the drone which develops during
    • Sun, becomes a creature wholly of the earth. It withdraws itself from
    • anything to do with the Sun, but are fully creatures of the earth.
    • things all go to show how readily transformable these creatures are,
    • wasps, and ants. These small creatures are related to one another, and I
    • most interesting. The harder the substances used by these creatures
    • leaf, namely, the aphis. These are really noble creatures, (forgive
    • splendid for these little creatures that there should be an ant hill
    • creatures. The bees must use the pure saps of the flowers; the wasps, and
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VIII
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    • creatures, bees, wasps and ants are related to one another, though
    • small creatures and their ways, the more one realises how wisely
    • need. Sometimes however, it happens that these creatures do nct first
    • to say of all this that it is due to the instinct of the creatures may
    • creature cannot make use of a tree stump, it builds up a sand heap; when
    • creature adjusts itself to the individual situation, and it becomes
    • enable the creature to do everything in accordance with instinct; but
    • would then have to say that Nature has given these creatures an
    • these creatures do not work out of mere instinct; there is wisdom in
    • Let us go back to the wasps, among which I told you, we find creatures
    • stings can do one a very bad turn. All these creatures have poisons in
    • semen would no longer be there. Well, these creatures all have the
    • Creatures like
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IX
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    • the insects are strange creatures, and they have still many a secret to
    • tremendously industrious little creature, a creature which in order to
    • these dwelling-places, the creatures would not find any outlet, the
    • The third creature comes down through the two holes and so on.
    • same time dealing with another matter. I told you that these creatures
    • everywhere there is oxalic acid, and these creatures make formic acid
    • not the oxalic acid first been there. The little creatures hovering
    • good, for if there were none of these creatures all woody substances
    • so far as to develop its forces into actual small creatures; the tendency
    • wish to transform into tiny creatures, into bacilli and bacteria —



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