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  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IV
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    • find the quartz-crystals. They are very beautiful. You find many
    • kinds of crystals. You will remember I drew these quartz crystals for
    • the earth permits crystals to grow out of itself which are hexagonal,
    • within him which, in the earth, drives out the crystal. How is it
    • above there, and settled down, for instance, as quartz crystals. It
    • But the human body does not permit the quartz to become a crystal.
    • inside with quartz crystals!
    • hexagonal crystals from the head downwards, but we do not permit it
    • actually to come about. These hexagonal crystals always wish to take
    • become hexagonal like a crystal. That is what causes it; that is the
    • interior of the earth this crystallising process is continued. Man arrests
    • to you all; you could perhaps not straight away, draw a quartz crystal,
    • wants always to be forming such crystals. We are prevented from doing
    • crystals. The bee makes hexagonal cells, and this is extremely
    • look just like quartz crystals, only they are hollow. But in
    • milk is turning sour it crystallises hexagonally. If this
    • drink sour milk and it would form little silicic-acid crystals on the
    • dissolved again; only a shadow-picture of the hexagonal crystal
    • form, contains too powerful a crystallising force; it would work much
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VII
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    • slowly, minute crystals are precipitated everywhere, and pass into
    • the neighbourhood of the blood-vessels. These minute crystals consist

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