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  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • development from the egg to the caterpillar, and from the caterpillar to
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture II
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    • worker-bees and the drones (the males) develop-in hexagonal cells,
    • but the Queen is developed in a “sack.” She is not at all
    • must consider something else. You see, the Queen for her development,
    • that Nature bestows much more care on the development of the
    • development.
    • the worker-bee takes just that period of time for its development which
    • fully developed has experienced all that the Sun can give. Should the
    • worker-bee continue to develop it must leave the Sun and enter the
    • earth development; it will then no longer be having a Sun-influence
    • in its development because it already had this, and has tasted it to
    • the full. Now it passes into the earth development, but only as a
    • earth-development, and has then finished with her Sun-development, is
    • it is fully matured it enters the earth-development. The drone is
    • Sun-development, that it becomes either a Queen, a worker or a drone.
    • enabled to do so. The worker-bee goes a little further and develops
    • over, just for a moment, as I said, into the earth-development. Thus
    • the earthly forces, and the female capacity to develop the egg comes
    • significant is the length of time during which a creature develops.
    • develops in sixteen days. Then the point which stood opposite to her
    • the Queen remains within the Sun-development. The remaining part of the
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  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture III
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    • develops a little prussic acid in the working of his muscles. This
    • not fully developed their whole inner organisation. This comes only
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IV
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    • development of the theory of vitamins the pharmacologists and
    • are too weak to develop this hexagonal force in yourself which has
    • the form as developed in the hexagonal cell. In milk this form is
    • the plants. Then the flowers can develop the sweet substance which is
    • cannot develop in the rays of the Sun which come from the Ram, but
    • what they have already developed. Then the flowers do not mature the
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VI
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    • if it were laid in any other place; it can only exist and develop
    • develop and emerge as bees, which in their turn steal the substance
    • trees; it depends on them, for its eggs would never develop if it
    • developed, when the wasps are not yet ready to creep out, and he
    • eggs of the wasp not yet fully developed, and binds them on to the
    • develop to a certain stage. The result of this is, that those figs
    • develops a wasp-like body so much further that it is able to
    • egg, or larval state. When the wasp develops further it loses the
    • the course of time, it was possible that bees could be developed from
    • creature which in very ancient times was developed from the wasp. Today
    • for it is honey at an earlier stage of development that is already in
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VII
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    • the root of this? When a bee develops as a Queen it is due to the
    • Queen does not wait in her development till the Sun has quite
    • completed this revolution, and for this reason her whole development
    • development proceeds at the rate of the worker-bee, which is that of
    • somewhat of an earthly creature. But the drone which develops during
    • it is undeniable that an irregularly egg-laying bee can be developed from
    • over-developed, then the whole organism is ill. If a worker-bee
    • becomes a layer of eggs, it is an over-developed worker-bee, but the
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VIII
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    • caterpillar's stomach, the whole affair of the wasp's development
    • whole brood with her own body. Now they creep out, develop further,
    • and seek their food from the plants. When they are fully developed,
    • It develops too much uric acid, and too little formic acid. The ants
    • thus developed.
    • actually shows that every time the insects are developing their activities
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IX
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    • lining, it deposits an egg which will develop into a larva. This is
    • that the larva now developed can fly out at the right moment. When the
    • time comes that the larva has developed, has turned into a cocoon,
    • sufficiently supplied with formic acid; the human soul develops in
    • spirit. But when a man grows old and is unable to develop sufficient
    • you observe a man who has developed a number of independent inner processes,
    • stimulates them in their turn to develop oxalic acid, so that once
    • develop formic acid from oxalic acid in the right way. In Nature the
    • whether his body is still able to develop formic acid. When he can no
    • so far as to develop its forces into actual small creatures; the tendency
    • acid, though a weaker one, is developed. People in olden days knew
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture IV
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    • iron from the blood. Then a man can develop a free and powerful will.
    • power to combine the iron with the chlorine must be developed in
    • this or that power. It is not that one develops a sort of dim, vague
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture V
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    • develops warmth while it takes up life from outside. This warmth goes
    • inward and develops the cambium inside. Or if the cambium does not
    • yet develop — the plant needs cambium and you will shortly hear
    • why — before the cambium forms, there is first of all developed
    • cambium the form of the next plant develops.
    • — this carries the power to the seed to develop through the
    • is highly diluted, the leaves develop wrinkles on the edges —
    • develops in man as the ordinary colourless mucus. Wood sap in plants
    • necessary for the development of the brain — the brain, one
    • an improperly developed cambium: they do not develop a proper milk;
    • the stars cannot work strongly, and therefore they cannot develop

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