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  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • is hatched from the egg. Here is its head, here at the other end the
    • China. Of course this means that ideas have solidified in his head.
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture II
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    • the forehead
    • exactly the same way as in the human head, only with a slight
    • difference. In our head, for instance, the substances do not
    • grow to such dimensions. In the human head we have nerves,
    • human head. The nerves consist of separate cells which only do not
    • animals. If the nerve-cells of the human head could develop in
    • above all, in the centre of the head and go through the shortest
    • head we have the same three forces
    • combs. The blood-cells of the human head however, do the same thing.
    • From the head they pass into the whole body. When you look for
    • it is. Man has a head, and this head works upon his great body which is
    • at the head — which represents the hive — you find that here
    • all is well protected. If one injures one's head, it is a serious matter;
    • the head cannot bear it. Equally, what happens through the presence
    • of them one can learn to know what happens between the head and the body
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IV
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    • inner vision — what flows continually from man's head into his limbs
    • incessantly downwards from the head what the earth once upon a time
    • head through the whole of his body. It is quartz, or silicic acid.
    • hexagonal crystals from the head downwards, but we do not permit it
    • to pass from the head into the whole body, if you no longer have the
    • sense what is going on there inside man's head even if he
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture V
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    • flowing through his head. Very well, this blood when you see it with
    • sclerosis of the head, as it is called, to a calcifying of the veins
    • and arteries, the blood-vessels of the head?” It can happen, in
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VIII
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    • of the human race if all the men were beheaded, and only women were left
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IX
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    • the head. The soul needs this transformation in man of the oxalic
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture IV
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    • and sodium carbonate has a stimulating effect upon the head. Everything
    • that is connected with our thinking, with our head, with our inner light,
    • of soda. Soda is very important for our heads. We have sodium
    • passing into our heads. In propagation, too, it has its part to play
    • everywhere in order that human heads can exist. Iron is everywhere
    • is everywhere in order that we can have heads. Were sodium not
    • heads.
    • be present in order that we, as human beings, can have heads? There must
    • heads.
    • described, we could have heads and we could have our free will. But
    • as we make use of soda in our heads, so in our stomachs we use what
    • comes from hydrochloric acid. Soda gives light to the head, and also
    • to the embryo which is, for the most part, head. When the human being
    • salt. In our heads we need soda, with which we also bleach. In our
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture V
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    • plant, our cerebellum, which lies at the back of the head, becomes
    • the head, so that man cannot control his muscles, at first this
    • the head, the so-called pineal gland. If that happens, a man gets



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