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  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • human understanding. Nature indeed is far cleverer than man. The egg,
    • butterflies. The human ego actually has the power needed to create real
    • wonderful human tint, only reproduced in painting when one succeeds in
    • who is pursued by human beings, not ghosts. Now I will take you to the
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture II
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    • reality permeated by love - and how this relates to the human
    • for in fact, more in human life depends on it than one usually
    • exactly the same way as in the human head, only with a slight
    • 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
    • So in the human
    • combs. The blood-cells of the human head however, do the same thing.
    • find first developed in the human embryo, and which subsequently remain
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture III
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    • reality permeated by love - and how this relates to the human
    • such metals play a certain part in the life of man. As human beings
    • it feels terribly strongly. When you, as a human being, approach and let
    • 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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    • reality permeated by love - and how this relates to the human
    • working of honey on the human organism.”
    • that milk and honey have very great importance in human life; these
    • knew that milk and honey have a tremendously strong relation to human
    • then within him? Truly, gentlemen, the human body is full of
    • But the human body does not permit the quartz to become a crystal.
    • therefore, it must receive it from what is prepared in the human
    • hairs. But it does not go so far, because milk comes from the human
    • it comes from the human being, it is still something belonging to the
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture V
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    • reality permeated by love - and how this relates to the human
    • the substance of the human body is completely changed after seven or
    • a human muscle. It is just this fact that one has to bear in mind
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VI
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    • reality permeated by love - and how this relates to the human
    • human beings that certain things were not much noticed formerly,
    • into this honey which is of so great value to human life. You will best
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VII
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    • reality permeated by love - and how this relates to the human
    • rainbow. Swelling did not always follow; human bodies are very
    • me if I now use the language of the ants, in human speech I could not
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VIII
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    • reality permeated by love - and how this relates to the human
    • Naturally, as human beings, when we see the bee, we say; the bees
    • that also plays an important part in the human body. When you study the
    • human body the most diverse substances are found in it. But everywhere
    • within the human body these substances are transformed into something
    • which, in certain quantities, is always present within the human body
    • also have in their bodies this substance that the human body needs.
    • tree, just as it is in the human body. In every leaf, everywhere
    • of the human race if all the men were beheaded, and only women were left
    • on the earth. Humanity could not then continue to exist, for the male
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IX
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    • reality permeated by love - and how this relates to the human
    • Just as formic acid is produced in the ant-heap, so in the human
    • human nature. One must make a picture of what is happening in the
    • intestines. Then the human body wants to be active, and say, as it
    • turnips, but of what the human body must do when cabbages and turnips
    • everywhere in Nature and everywhere in the human body, so also is
    • there oxalic acid everywhere in Nature and in the human body.
    • suppose, that instead of the retort we had here the human liver or
    • let us say some human or animal tissue, some animal abdominal organ,
    • human mouth, for there the carbonic acid comes out, and downwards from the
    • lungs formic acid everywhere drops in the human body in the direction
    • observes and studies the lower part of the human body with its inner organs,
    • becomes a formic acid that can be used by the human or animal
    • oxalic acid, is of no use at all to the human or animal organism. It
    • find that similar processes of decay constantly take place in the human
    • sufficiently supplied with formic acid; the human soul develops in
    • They go away just as the human soul goes away at death when it can no
    • the human soul when it must desert the body. It is a majestic picture,
    • this departing swarm. Just as the human soul takes leave of the body,
    • human soul.
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  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture IV
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    • Effects of Substances in the Cosmos and in the Human Body
    • OF SUBSTANCES IN THE COSMOS AND IN THE HUMAN BODY
    • the seasons, is all connected with what is necessary in human life.
    • the beginning of his earthly life the human being drinks a substance
    • everywhere in order that human heads can exist. Iron is everywhere
    • be present in order that we, as human beings, can have heads? There must
    • meteors which enables us to speak. ... People just take human
    • to the embryo which is, for the most part, head. When the human being
    • combine: Mars and Mercury in the human being do not combine. That is
    • force, the chlorine force, into the human being. And so it is of
    • when something is inwardly lacking in a human being — as
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture V
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    • because they say: What importance can the human corpse have for the
    • the leaves, corresponds to the human blood. And the cambium of the
    • plant corresponds to the milk and the chyle in the human being. When
    • flow of milk. Here you have again something in human beings which is



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