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  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • this is even of great practical significance. In fact, I am convinced
    • the true facts. Even in regard to the practical side of life these
    • complicated process. We will start from the fact that when autumn
    • phenomena. You have no doubt noticed the astonishing fact when a lamp
    • urge to express the “I” — in fact to produce real
    • The fact is
    • life — this fact that on the one side we have a science that
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture II
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    • for in fact, more in human life depends on it than one usually
    • fact that has been described to you. In the hive there is a variety
    • not the same sex. This is a very interesting fact, and an
    • circumstances. The reason why the bees swarm lies in the fact that
    • animals may even die from the sting of a bee. This is due to the fact
    • small frontal eyes, and that this is due to the fact that the poison
    • to see, for the fact that the bee lives its life in a perpetual
    • well to be aware of the fact that by working mechanically we destroy what
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture III
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    • according to this article this is proved by the fact that no effect is
    • not contradict the fact that the bee is able to distinguish colour
    • Spiritual Science that can enable one to observe such matters as the fact
    • As to the facts,
    • what I said, everything pointed to the fact that the old Queen leaves the
    • sensitive of the bees which go out. It is to be explained by the fact
    • be known about the animal points to the fact that the moment we enter the
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IV
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    • were thus attained. The author, Dr. Paula Emrich, mentions the satisfactory
    • originates solely from the fact that man possesses a
    • dry up and perish. For the world depends on the fact that
    • does not need much proof of the fact that milk is good for little
    • quite a simple fact. Honey is sweet; it contains a great deal of sugar.
    • does exist between the two is again indicated by the fact that one
    • observes the facts, one does not then lay much stress on some small facial
    • only to observe the facts, and then one knows how wonderful a
    • wonder at this, but one must bring the facts before one as they appear;
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture V
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    • a human muscle. It is just this fact that one has to bear in mind
    • Experience has shown it to be a fact. Those who have had to do with
    • and actually follows up the facts with a certain inner vision. It is
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VI
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    • most certainly prove satisfactory for they are derived from a
    • where the clover comes from. Hard facts will prove in time that
    • localities, and this fact must be taken into account. Otherwise
    • also understand how closely related to this is the fact that the bees
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VII
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    • find the facts quite falsely stated, for it is represented as though
    • old Tartarus remedy is manufactured in a similar way, though from
    • has a greyish colour, it is very much like what we manufacture as
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VIII
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    • from this fact, we can really learn a very great deal about the whole
    • the facts, and from the facts you can judge for yourselves whether
    • they have significance or no. The facts are such that one sees
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IX
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    • enormous number of facts. It is therefore quite natural that
    • wooden rails or posts, in garden benches, or garden doors, in fact
    • quite filled with formic acid. It is a highly remarkable fact.
    • It is connected with the fact that the young Queen robs the old Queen
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture IV
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    • It is only quite recently that people have begun to manufacture all
    • earth, we must be able to take in food. This depends on the fact that
    • But chlorine is also used for bleaching, is in fact, contained in washing
    • fact that there is too little fat in the stomach to create
    • is due to the fact that the two cannot combine. Mars and Mercury in
    • is due to the fact that they do not harmonize properly ... there are
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture V
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    • out of the earth is a factor.
    • fact given it a great deal of attention. There will probably have to
    • tree what we see there. In the earth it is in fact the sap which

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