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  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • Translated by A. Innes and published for the first time in
    • Translated by A. Innes and published for the first time
    • where it hangs. It first attaches the threads and then vanishes into the
    • cocoon. So we first have the egg, then the caterpillar and now the
    • the butterfly exists as such, four things are required. First of all the
    • way to observe things in Nature. First, quite a significant idea is
    • creature. This is the first thing we see. The second is the deep
    • created out of light, but light had first to take up matter, form a case
    • butterfly arises from light which has first been imprisoned.
    • their minds. He had first to prepare himself for such an experience. It
    • so it goes on right hack to the first ovum of all, which is Eve's. So
    • has first to disappear for the butterfly to arise. It arises inside
    • instance matter must first be destroyed and vanish, thus enabling the
    • Fertilisation signifies that matter has first been destroyed. A minute
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture II
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    • the bee-keeper is first of all interested in what he has to do.
    • the first thing we must notice. Now there is another very remarkable
    • twenty-one days; then it returns again and the first point is again
    • very strange at first, as high as possible in the air. The Queen-bee
    • first the little larva appear, as Herr Müller has so well described,
    • find first developed in the human embryo, and which subsequently remain
    • being too soft, and collapsing. Of course, in the very first
    • of view — that modern bee-keeping methods seem at first very
    • being in the natural way. Only, at first these things are not
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture III
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    • like to add something about swarming. At the time of the first swarm
    • when the bees are swarming, it is well known with us that the first swarm
    • cannot therefore say that the bees were first driven out by the
    • about the first swarm, when the new Queen is not yet there, when you cannot
    • yet speak of her. Well, have you ever seen a first swarm when even the
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IV
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    • 82%. The elder child had at first 70%, and on leaving this had risen
    • laboratory; one has always first to find out the age of every
    • doubtless do), that he would first get bad stomach disturbances and
    • something else. One can at first give the man very highly diluted,
    • I want first to
    • first absorbs and then pours it forth again with its rays. Thus, it
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture V
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    • to impure honey in hotels I would like to say that first-class hotels
    • forced. This change can be observed through the first, second, third
    • something like a lump. At first one could not make out what it was.
    • one finds people unable to digest honey, one has first to look for
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VI
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    • the body of the bee when it must first gather the nectar from the
    • not known. What Herr Müller had mentioned at first, was excellent
    • They have first to be persuaded that this is not the case. It should,
    • but first, will we consider a certain species of wasp. There are
    • was first prepared in nature, and we find once more an instance of
    • grower always starts this process in the spring; he first lets the
    • namely that of the wasps, that honey is first prepared in the realms
    • must first learn to recognise the spiritual in Nature. Without this
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VII
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    • we have first the fertilisation of the Queen during the nuptial flight.
    • remember that we distinguished four different parts of a man; first
    • someone has gout or rheumatism; the first question must be — is
    • this is not the only anxiety one has, for one has first of all to
    • must first be reduced and the poison, as far as possible, removed, in
    • longer remember the first time you were stung. After the first time one gets
    • doubt, stung for the first time. When one has once had a poison in
    • more especially the ants, must first allow these flower juices to pass
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VIII
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    • need. Sometimes however, it happens that these creatures do nct first
    • of this kind, all make their first appearance as grubs, also the
    • I have already told you, these grubs when they first emerge are very hungry,
    • discover their meaning, one must first say; we have the plants growing out
    • they had not first been living men. The inhabitant of Mars who had
    • never seen living men, and saw only the dead, would first have to be
    • first get strange illnesses because he would have too much formic
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IX
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    • The wood-bee comes along and first of all bores a sloping passage from
    • some food next to the larva which first eats what has been prepared for
    • it, and grows till it is ready to creep out. First we have the time when
    • the fully formed insect to fly out through the passage that was first
    • that is still younger; because the mother insect had first to make
    • insects all this occurs in the strangest way. First think of the
    • not the oxalic acid first been there. The little creatures hovering
    • organism unless it is first transformed by an astral body from oxalic
    • the first thing that I told you can show us this. The wood-bee which I
    • connection. We have man, and we have the earth. Let us take first a young
    • beside a dying man one really has the feeling that in dying, he first tries
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture IV
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    • First
    • combines with our carbon. But first we must produce the carbon, we
    • must first have it. To this end we must take food. Oxygen is
    • food. When we take food into our mouths it must first be dissolved by
    • the organism. Thus a way must first be found of bringing the Mercury
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture V
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    • into it in succession the various dilutions. First, ordinary water,
    • The root grows out of the seed. Let us first take
    • why — before the cambium forms, there is first of all developed
    • created from the seed, but the seed must first be worked on by the
    • from above, you have first the pith inside: this gives the direction.
    • there is modelled from out of the World-Spirit. The earth first gives
    • the head, so that man cannot control his muscles, at first this



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