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  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • and remains in it. It has some organs, has reached the light, and now
    • sense organs. Such things are made evident in the case of certain
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture II
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    • to this the bee, by means of its bodily structure and organisation, can
    • the bee-colony — of this organism — Nature reveals
    • forces which have hitherto been organic in the hive will be
    • man's inner organisation passes through the stage of being wax. The
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture III
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    • one can say is this, — that through the sense-organs (once more,
    • produced if the eyes of the ants are varnished) that through the sense-organs
    • shining on the appearance of a self-luminous organism.
    • for, for young bees have not yet the organ of the sting as they have
    • not fully developed their whole inner organisation. This comes only
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IV
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    • working of honey on the human organism.”
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VI
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    • greatly disturbs its inner organism in the honey-producing process.
    • that are totally foreign to them; bees in their whole organic nature
    • are forced to try and adapt themselves, to make their organisation as
    • the bee does, for its organisation is not adapted to this. But when, by
    • when its whole organism is active in the right way. It must therefore
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VII
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    • heart is a sign that the ego-organisation is not functioning rightly. You
    • ego-organisation.
    • ego-organisation is active in the blood; actually, it
    • ego-organisation, and moves throughout the body. If anyone asserts
    • motion; thus it is that the ego-organisation works directly in the
    • actually the case that this ego-organisation is in a mysterious way present
    • organism, for it must have the same force of circulation that man has
    • man has some disease of the heart, and his ego-organisation is made
    • a man faints, then his astral body, and more especially his ego-organisation,
    • ego-organisation, he cannot bring it back again. One has to shake
    • the ego-organisation back into the body in the right way.
    • ego-organisation. Why do people have gout or rheumatism? Because the
    • ego-organisation is too weak and cannot bring the blood into the
    • rheumatism — the ego-organisation is too weak.
    • this man the right dose of bee or wasp poison, his ego-organisation is
    • ego-organisation might not be able to hold its own. But if one gives
    • strengthening of the ego-organisation, but in applying them it is
    • organ with extraordinary powers of resistance, it can hardly be seriously
    • his meals, then the ego-organisation is over-stimulated, and the
    • does not depend only on the organisation, but on what has been
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  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VIII
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    • organ, an eye, or to do with the heart or with the digestion, were
    • upon any vital organ, but by eating only those organs which can be
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IX
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    • body, in all its organs, especially in the spleen, formic acid must
    • things into a man's body, but that one knows what the organism can
    • acid into the organism, it says; — “This is not for me; I
    • let us say some human or animal tissue, some animal abdominal organ,
    • of the organs. Thus everything I have drawn here we have also in our
    • observes and studies the lower part of the human body with its inner organs,
    • organism unless it is first transformed by an astral body from oxalic
    • oxalic acid, is of no use at all to the human or animal organism. It
    • organism into formic acid. The organs of a young child are
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture IV
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    • we have in our lower organs something similar to what we have in our
    • organs it is the oxygen of the air which continuously extracts the carbon
    • the organism. Thus a way must first be found of bringing the Mercury
    • is connected with an irregular working of Mercury in the organism. If
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture V
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    • organism something dying, one may have ever such good apparatus and
    • of the inner organs. Then again there are the botanists, who study



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