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  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • Lecture given by Rudolf Steiner in Dornach, 8th October, 1923.
    • Lecture given by Rudolf Steiner in Dornach, 8th October, 1923.
    • lecture given by Rudolf Steiner to the Workmen, Dornach, 8th October,
    • If you give
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture II
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    • described in this unique book. Nine of fifteen lectures given
    • said, since Herr Müller has already given you a beautiful
    • given you here, the bees are able to gather what is already present
    • revolution it enters into all the Sun can give.
    • fully developed has experienced all that the Sun can give. Should the
    • is particularly good for older people because it gives the body the
    • weeks children ought only to be given milk; honey would at that age
    • have no affect. Honey contains the forces that give man's body
    • that much more attention should be given to the keeping of bees than is
    • have also other uses — which give us fruits and so on. But the
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture III
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    • described in this unique book. Nine of fifteen lectures given
    • than such an interpretation of these experiments as is given here.
    • can really say is, that given a certain substance it produces an
    • that is, when somebody means to give you a blow — so the Venus
    • to the infra-red rays will be given later. Certainly, when the bees come
    • will give you an example from life. Imagine for a moment, that all of
    • able to give you information in this matter, because our own remedies are
    • If you give the
    • one cannot give it to a human being just as it is, because it would
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IV
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    • described in this unique book. Nine of fifteen lectures given
    • In this Children's Home an attempt was made to give honey treatments
    • to boiling point but kept just below it. This mixture was given to
    • then gives the increase in weight also, which shows that the children
    • sugar and salts; consequently, I shall give some mice casein, fat,
    • — were given out at special bee-keepers' meetings. This
    • as possible, and that more honey should be given, especially to the
    • young ... For the moment our communications only give the results of
    • physiologists will give their attention to the problem of the
    • says at the beginning: “I feel obliged to give this account of the
    • most effective when one gives it in moderately heated milk. It is
    • creature best able to give form to this hexagonal force, the bee is
    • power to give the blood so much firmness that this force is always
    • gentlemen, that you can give as much casein, fat, sugar and salts to the
    • the hexagon is not there. When you give the mice milk then it
    • that already begins in childhood, so we must give the child the more
    • as to be given this honey-cure (as described in the article), at the age
    • give him a honey-treatment, but he is already too much
    • already exhausted at the age of 30, one would have to give him so
    • something else. One can at first give the man very highly diluted,
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  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture V
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    • described in this unique book. Nine of fifteen lectures given
    • then given of how a certain Balmesberger who was travelling in Spain,
    • matters, one might just as well give it up.
    • modern apiary — how much time the bee-keeper has given to it and so
    • gift, for Christmas or at other times, indeed we had so much given us
    • that we had honey all the year round. Honey was given away in those
    • was given us.
    • really give. In this way the farm can obviously become exceedingly
    • can give a child milk that comes from cows who get too much fodder from a
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VI
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    • the European vine had to be given up altogether; the whole
    • These wasps crept out and were given the opportunity of laying their
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VII
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    • special feeding it has been given; the Queen larva are differently
    • advised him to give up bee-keeping, as otherwise it might be the death
    • If I now give
    • strengthened; only one must not give too much, or the
    • ego-organisation might not be able to hold its own. But if one gives
    • given when one has most thoroughly examined the patient's whole state
    • normal man who suffers from rheumatism, and is given the correct dose
    • that most careful attention is given to the patient's whole state of
    • leaf, namely, the aphis. These are really noble creatures, (forgive
    • element of its food, for the aphis gives up this juice when it is
    • plant has already given to the animal. So one must say: with the bees
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VIII
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    • would then have to say that Nature has given these creatures an
    • white, so-called ants' eggs, which are given to caged birds. They are
    • give us honey, therefore bee-keeping is of use to us. Very good; but
    • their science only at the point of what exists today, give themselves
    • with the chemical substances in the milk, but if one gives them these
    • it for building, or gives it as food to its young. A piece of the
    • bees, it is true, give it only to the living flowers, the wasps for
    • the most part also to the living plants. But the ants give what they
    • can give far too little formic acid to the earth. Let us therefore,
    • give back so much formic acid to the earth. That is the connection.
    • relationships, I never like merely to say they are so and so; I give
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IX
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    • have already given instances in which you could see that there is
    • to begin with, to give you an example of a species of insect which will
    • is intelligence in them, real intelligence. One could give hundreds
    • substance is also, if given in the right dose, an excellent remedy.
    • acid, one must give him a preparation, a remedy with which one can
    • can give. What is done today is of course justifiable, one must do
    • some other way, and give him the right dose.” This could be done
    • and he has been given formic acid, but it did him no good. What is
    • one gives him formic acid it does not help him, though he actually has
    • not enough of it, then one must give him oxalic acid. One must take
    • the acid, and give him this.
    • anyone with lung trouble must be given formic acid, whereas if the trouble
    • is in the liver, or the intestines, he must be given oxalic acid. The
    • remarkable thing is that the man to whom one has given oxalic acid,
    • acid myself, for formic acid is given me; have I to send this from
    • it is given new life. From all this decaying wood that is quickened a
    • year, gives it each year renewed life. What is beneath the earth
    • that a man dies at a given moment. Along time then passes, and he
    • as the ants give to the wood, or the wood-bee to the decaying posts,
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture IV
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    • Six lectures given to workmen at the Goetheanum, Dornach, Switzerland.
    • number given regularly by Dr. Steiner to the workmen employed at the
    • connected with what is free will in man, with what gives rise
    • tiniest amounts of sodium give these yellow lines. ... Sodium is
    • frightfully greedy for carbon. If we did not give up our carbon to
    • to make this possible. It is useless simply to give iron to such a
    • Mars gives us the power of the iron; meteors, since they are all
    • comes from hydrochloric acid. Soda gives light to the head, and also
    • see to it that she is given iron in the appropriate form. Well and
    • great importance not simply to give the iron as iron, but to
    • too little chlorine is created and so the disease has also been given
    • one must give a preparation of copper or of iron taken from a plant,
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture V
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    • Six lectures given to workmen at the Goetheanum, Dornach, Switzerland.
    • number given regularly by Dr. Steiner to the workmen employed at the
    • general way it is quite correct that the plants give off oxygen which
    • that which otherwise it gives to man. Naturally, man is not deprived
    • fact given it a great deal of attention. There will probably have to
    • actually gives it life. For the earth is really a living Being; and
    • chemical, no giver of life. The living sap that circulates,
    • that gives it
    • give the plant life, then the leaves by their warmth produce the gum
    • ran down to the ground as resin and pitch. This the plant gives back
    • Twelve lectures given by Rudolf Steiner in Dornach, 19th October to
    • clings more to the plant-form. And then it gives this up entirely to
    • fluid enough to take the forms which are given it by the
    • from above, you have first the pith inside: this gives the direction.
    • the life sap is the giver of life; it is really, if I may so express
    • there is modelled from out of the World-Spirit. The earth first gives
    • with its light once more gives it life, and the World Spirit implants



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