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  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • up, so the sun forces, imprisoned inside, can now create the butterfly
    • light, but it is held back by the strong forces in it. It cannot deal
    • caterpillar altogether isolates itself from the physical earth forces.
    • Inside the chrysalis where the grub has vanished, astral forces are now
    • present — no longer earthly or etheric forces, but astral forces
    • light always contains spiritual astral forces, and these create the
    • butterfly. As the butterfly consists entirely of astral forces it can
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture II
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    • in Nature that is without forces. This six-angled, six-surfaced
    • dwelling has certain forces within it; it would be quite another
    • six-surfaced little dwelling-place. The larva receives the forces of
    • is afterwards able to build similar cells out of the same forces
    • which it thus absorbed. There lie the forces through which the bee
    • the earthly forces, and the female capacity to develop the egg comes
    • from the forces of the Sun. So you see, you can easily imagine how
    • overcome the earthly forces — for the drones have united
    • themselves with the earthly forces — only that drone which can
    • head we have the same three forces
    • of the bones shows it very well. Thus, the blood has the same forces
    • condiment, one can make the formative forces too strongly active. The
    • have no affect. Honey contains the forces that give man's body
    • of opposite forces.
    • something very wonderful to us. The bees are subject to forces of
    • cannot but feel shy of fumbling among these forces of Nature. It is
    • interferes with these forces he makes matters not better, but worse.
    • forces which have hitherto been organic in the hive will be
    • In the wax we have before us what we bear within us as forces, not as
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture III
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    • imagine that this is a proceeding demanding much stronger forces than when
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IV
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    • ‘vis-comica.’ ‘Vis’ is force
    • force.’ This is where what is ‘comic’
    • Money comes from the money-making force. Nothing is explained in this
    • saying that money comes from the money-making-force was a queer
    • often explained to you, the forces that are within the earth and in the
    • universe, are also in man. The earth in her turn receives this force
    • from the universe; man has it from the earth. Man has the same force
    • this force, this silicic acid force — i.e., this power to
    • in its own body, and in so doing provides its own life-forces. Further
    • same force that is within the earth and forms the quartz. Here
    • is at work. A force is
    • creature best able to give form to this hexagonal force, the bee is
    • best be transformed in the body into this hexagonal force.
    • eat some honey and you receive an immensely strengthening force. If you
    • are too weak to develop this hexagonal force in yourself which has
    • power to give the blood so much firmness that this force is always
    • of the child. The child has not yet got this hexagonal force;
    • also needs this hexagonally-working force. If one only mixes together
    • chemically casein, fat, sugar, and salts, then the force present in
    • hexagonally-working force were a little stronger in milk, one could
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  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture V
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    • but the milk has not got the same force as milk produced under normal
    • forced. This change can be observed through the first, second, third
    • but I know very well that if it continues, if a cow is forced to
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VI
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    • are forced to try and adapt themselves, to make their organisation as
    • bee retains within itself more of that force which the wasp only
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VII
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    • still super-earthly forces, and we have the drones which have no longer
    • in the poison of the bee; it is a similar force to the force that circulates
    • organism, for it must have the same force of circulation that man has
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VIII
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    • does when separated from the colony, or what it may be forced to do,
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IX
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    • so far as to develop its forces into actual small creatures; the tendency
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture IV
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    • system. Man is related to Mars and the forces of Mars in many ways. I
    • Mercury forces (which should work on the stomach and its appendages)
    • and the Mars forces are not working well together. Mars creates in us
    • those forces which make it possible for us to have iron. Mars must be
    • It is actually the force of Mars together with that of the comets and
    • in man is produced by the Mars force and comet force. This, however, must
    • work properly with the Mercury force within him. It is Mercury which
    • too little of our own salt. Thus the Mars force and the Mercury force
    • force, the chlorine force, into the human being. And so it is of
    • forces, and when there is a lack of copper the Mercury forces, so
    • of the Sun forces which lie between them. For it is the Sun force in
    • man which brings chlorine and iron together. And this Sun force can
    • things: one must learn to understand the Mars force in man and then
    • Mercury force is too weak and we must strengthen it by means of the
    • gold forces.
    • often the case, then the real culprit is not the Mercury force, but
    • the Mars force. Although iron comes not only from Mars but from the
    • meteors, one must in any case strengthen the Mars forces — and
    • come more under the Mercury forces; with boys, in that they come more
    • under the Mars forces and are inclined to get hoarse; or if they are
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture V
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    • forces of the earth into a new plant.

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