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  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • is earthy moisture in water. So we can say that to thrive, the egg needs
    • butterflies. The human ego actually has the power needed to create real
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture II
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    • i.e. until she is a complete full-grown insect, needs only
    • worker-bee then, needs twenty-one days, and the drone, the male
    • — which will finish its task soonest of all — needs
    • and drones — all need a different number of days for their
    • consider these twenty-one days needed by the worker-bees. There is something
    • no longer belong to us; we suffer them only because we need
    • what are they needed?
    • lays eggs. The Queen need not necessarily be fertilised to lay eggs.
    • flight which really needs the Sun? In had weather it cannot take
    • some doubt, for it needs exact study. Nevertheless, it really is so.
    • gathers all it needs for food, for storing, and for further elaboration
    • tastes them, so the bee has no need to use its eyes at all.
    • itself. It needs the poison when it fears something from outside may
    • needs for producing wax, out of which it then makes the
    • become more numerous. In Nature, every need calls forth the working
    • else so that they will not need coal any longer.” Naturally,
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture III
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    • the ultra-violet rays. But they need to see them just as little as
    • the barium platino-cyanide needs to see in order to shine. All one
    • that while at work in the bee-house, as a man one naturally needs light, and
    • in all these matters, we must realise how perfectly clear we need to be
    • you feed the bees on honey. They do not then need to expend the same
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IV
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    • You need only
    • does not need much proof of the fact that milk is good for little
    • But man needs
    • bring forth hexagonal forms — man has need of it.
    • which man really needs, for man must have those six-cornered spaces
    • within him. Man needs the same thing. Inasmuch as the bee is the
    • You need only
    • also needs this hexagonally-working force. If one only mixes together
    • The stomach especially needs acids, and when you put too much sugar into
    • between the horse and Herr von Osten. The latter had no need to make
    • One need not
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture V
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    • may need rather more than this to keep the stock in good condition.
    • contradictory opinions. We need not get our stings ready like the
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VI
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    • green-house — it need not be a large one — in which he
    • themselves whenever the plants they need have failed elsewhere. By
    • those most needed have failed, either partially or altogether. It
    • any need to be reactionary in the realms of politics, or of life, is
    • already takes from the plant the substance it needs. The bee, as it
    • there. It does not need to change the substance into a gall-apple, it takes
    • the nectar directly from the plants, neither does the bee need to go
    • with its many branches. The bee does not need to go to the tree to
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VII
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    • Sun, and the Sun needs approximately the same time to revolve once
    • upon its own axis as the worker-bee needs to come to maturity. The
    • interest that the bee should have need of this poison within her. The
    • bee does not merely need it in order to be able to sting; that is
    • merely incidental. The bee needs the poison throughout its whole
    • waxen cells, then I must say that the bee gathers what is needed from
    • need in the way of harder substances from the bark or rind of trees.
    • selecting what they need from the hardened core and carrying it away
    • need for building their cells, but it is at the same time, thinner
    • the pure juices of the flowers suffice for food; the wasps need both
    • the flowers it still needs this substance from the little cow-stalls,
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VIII
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    • need. Sometimes however, it happens that these creatures do nct first
    • saves the labour that would be needed to heap up a hillock. The small
    • ants manage to provide themselves with all they need in a very fine
    • gentlemen, what the flowers need, what they actually need, is a substance
    • which has need of it. This substance is formic acid.
    • also have in their bodies this substance that the human body needs.
    • semen in addition, but they none-the-less need what comes from these
    • bringing to the flowers the formic acid they need, and at the
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IX
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    • the head. The soul needs this transformation in man of the oxalic
    • always needed as the right basis for the soul and spirit. When the
    • longer find the formic acid it needs: so too, the older bees
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture IV
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    • can literally bellow when he is talking, you need not worry whether
    • is lacking. Man's need of iron for his free will is shown
    • the fine yellow line. There need not be much sodium —
    • salt. In our heads we need soda, with which we also bleach. In our
    • stomachs we need ordinary salt. This is not only taken in with the
    • capacity to produce chlorine. Man needs his own chlorine, not that
    • with copper. If when there is a lack of chlorine one needs the Mars
    • when the two cannot come together one needs to strengthen the working
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture V
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    • Thus man breathes out what the plant needs, and the plant what man needs.
    • night the plant does indeed need rather more oxygen. During the night
    • things are rather different. The plant does not need as much oxygen
    • as man, but it needs oxygen. Thus in the darkness it makes demands on
    • that others need. So it is with plants, if one observes carefully. If
    • no cambium is formed. But the plant needs cambium
    • yet develop — the plant needs cambium and you will shortly hear



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