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  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • light, but it is held back by the strong forces in it. It cannot deal
    • is in this plight, if exposed to strong light? It cannot spin a cocoon
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture II
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    • because the poison does not work strongly enough to keep the bees in
    • thus strongly to be recommended for people who are growing old.
    • condiment, one can make the formative forces too strongly active. The
    • strong holding together — I should like to say — of
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture III
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    • produce strong chemical reactions. Whatever is introduced here
    • (into the sphere of the ultra-violet light) is strongly affected
    • once experience a strong chemical reaction. It feels this; that is
    • bees. The chemical effects which the bees sense so strongly when they
    • strong effect of the light of the new Queen on their tiny eyes. This
    • strongest of all in the larval state. Thus, it is quite
    • it feels terribly strongly. When you, as a human being, approach and let
    • as a strong gust of air affects you; it is just as if you opened the
    • window and a strong draught were to blow in. The bee senses
    • strongly present in the cat is a terribly fine sense of smell,
    • this activity is strongest of all.
    • imagine that this is a proceeding demanding much stronger forces than when
    • sugar into honey? They will only be the strongest bees, of which one
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IV
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    • stronger in the same proportion.
    • became stronger. I will not read the further details.
    • us something; they show that the effect of honey is an especially strong
    • knew that milk and honey have a tremendously strong relation to human
    • is there. Only in milk it is not so strongly present that when the
    • hexagonally-working force were a little stronger in milk, one could
    • too strongly in man.
    • honey. The strongly diluted silicic acid will have called forth in
    • May? It means that the earth has the strongest forces, and hinders
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture V
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    • should like to mention. A strong man was stung by a bee. He cried out:
    • — there are such men — is fairly fresh and strong at the age
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VI
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    • and above all, the strong instincts he had to do them even if he did
    • The blood sap is only kept sufficiently strong when the necessary
    • quite unlike the Spanish bee, and so on. Bees are most strongly bound
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VII
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    • behind. Only the very strongest can fly as high as the Queen, and
    • stronger by the poison, then this affects the weak heart, and the
    • breathe more strongly by certain movements. You know how in these
    • bee sting is much stronger. One can prepare this remedy, and can call
    • fine strong fellow who has rheumatism, it is as a rule, not true rheumatism,
    • him; the heart may still be strong for quite a long time, but already
    • strong and healthy, one can even let oneself be stung once or twice
    • the ground that people should not drink it so strong, one offers what
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture V
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    • it again in our food. It is so strong that it lives in the plant
    • much stronger, we become paralysed.
    • rightly direct his movements. If the effect is much stronger,
    • most strongly influenced by the stars, namely,
    • the stars cannot work strongly, and therefore they cannot develop



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