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  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • the physical substance required by the egg, but in this moisture lives
    • physical substance with which to spin. What will the creature do if it
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture II
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    • therefore have a creature before us that collects a substance extremely
    • bodily substances into wax — this the bee produces out of
    • its own substance. Every external influence is felt as disturbing, as
    • difference. In our head, for instance, the substances do not
    • substance.
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture III
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    • substance — there are such substances — specially
    • add this substance, this barium platino-cyanide (which is a white
    • can really say is, that given a certain substance it produces an
    • substance thus resembles what man is constantly producing in his
    • within each bristle (see diagram 9) is a substance, and this
    • substance is chemically affected by the presence of the mouse. When
    • there is no mouse near, this substance has a certain chemical
    • some substance in the cellar, and can sometimes be made ill by it —
    • substance of the camomile tea has not only camomile in it, for every
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IV
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    • concerned. If one is to observe the effects of some special substance
    • value? Science analyses certain food-substances to discover how many
    • components of one or another chemical substance are to be found in
    • cheese-substance, fat, sugar and salts. He said to himself: —
    • gentlemen, the composition of the substance is not the whole matter.
    • be in question here. But what did they say? They said: “substance
    • is everything: substance must be everywhere where anything happens.”
    • but the substances that are there in casein, fat, sugar and salts —
    • there must be a new substance here, in such minute quantities that it
    • cannot be found by chemical analysis. This substance is what people
    • to speak, the very hardest earthly substance pours in — there you
    • find it in the mountains is one of the very hardest of substances, But
    • substances are not everywhere just as they present themselves to us
    • Thus, one can say that honey is a substance most suitable and
    • the plants. Then the flowers can develop the sweet substance which is
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture V
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    • the substance of the human body is completely changed after seven or
    • of the old, actually nothing, of the substance you saw in him ten
    • When sufficiently magnified in his substances, man appears exactly
    • if one discusses the price of separate food substances, and honey is
    • a food substance, not merely a luxury or a pleasure. In a healthy
    • pitch, glue-like substances, wax and so on; such things as the bees
    • substances. But this making of colours from various plant-substances
    • works on all substances in a much more hardening way, it does not
    • moon through a zodiacal sign; this concerns the preparatory substances
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VI
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    • is an entirely different substance to the straw of which the old
    • skeps were made. Straw attracts quite other substances from the air
    • gather substances from the storehouse of nature and then transform them
    • not provide man with honey, but they prepare a substance that can be made
    • plant-substance which entirely envelops it. The wasp egg would perish
    • because this protective substance encloses it which the gall-wasp
    • steals from the plant. The wasp robs the plant of this substance. You
    • develop and emerge as bees, which in their turn steal the substance
    • already takes from the plant the substance it needs. The bee, as it
    • mother. This gall-nut is simply built up from the substance of the
    • related to them, the wasps take just that substance from the plant
    • honey-substance is then within them.
    • honey-substance from Nature, and transform it into honey within itself.
    • this honey, this substance that tends towards sugar-sweetness. It is
    • there. It does not need to change the substance into a gall-apple, it takes
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VII
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    • thing is this; that substances that can make a man ill or even kill him,
    • with some other substance. These things are done. For instance, the
    • different substances.
    • always be prepared from poisonous substances, as in this case for the
    • some binding substance, some gelatinous or other vegetable binding
    • substance, which is then put into an ampoule and injected,
    • bark of neighbouring trees, or some similar substance; these it
    • these attachments the wasp goes on working, mixing these substances
    • substance it is, however, seen to be different. Honey-comb, as you
    • substances. The bee gathers only what is of the nature of the
    • is when they go after a substance that at certain times seems to be
    • most interesting. The harder the substances used by these creatures
    • need in the way of harder substances from the bark or rind of trees.
    • the very hardest substances, and cannot elaborate their building as far as
    • a cellular structure. You see, the bees make use of the substances that
    • on pollen for instance, and the juice-like substances in the blossom.
    • and more brittle than honey-comb, though as a substance it is
    • gentlemen, that the ants which make use of hard substances only for their
    • the flowers it still needs this substance from the little cow-stalls,
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VIII
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    • from various other substances which they mix together. Within these
    • with the chemical substances in the milk, but if one gives them these
    • said; “Well, yes, there is a life-substance in the milk, as
    • an important discovery has been made, there are various substances in
    • least cured by any of the component substances. But when all of these
    • came a substance which had an animal-like nature. Our earth was once
    • gentlemen, what the flowers need, what they actually need, is a substance
    • human body the most diverse substances are found in it. But everywhere
    • within the human body these substances are transformed into something
    • which has need of it. This substance is formic acid.
    • substances also, but in small quantities. This formic acid permeates
    • also have in their bodies this substance that the human body needs.
    • becomes the bee poison. All these insects contain a certain substance
    • substances such as are usually called life-substances, are highly valued
    • by man; yet it is precisely only these substances that are truly
    • life-substances. If one has deadly nightshade, within it is a poison,
    • speaking, the flowers sicken through the life-substances, and the little
    • with the lifeless substances of the woods. Even physical science as it
    • part that the earth in its decaying substances shall still retain
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IX
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    • all have a poisonous substance within them, and that this poisonous
    • substance is also, if given in the right dose, an excellent remedy.
    • life consists of activity, not of substances, and it is most important
    • good, for if there were none of these creatures all woody substances
  • 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
    • and foremost we must turn our attention to a substance which is
    • This substance is iron.
    • sorts of things from substances other than iron. During the last two
    • the beginning of his earthly life the human being drinks a substance
    • that a substance like soda may be present in us, we must take in the
    • want to be dead carbon men, but living men, who destroy substance and
    • substance very like oxygen is in the stomach and is continuously
    • the time giving up iron to the air, supply the substance of iron. Mars
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture V
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    • minutest quantities of substance, one must speak about these things,
    • Stuttgart simply shown that when one has any substance, dissolves it,
    • substance left, and that it is a question, not of how much of the
    • original substance is left, but of how the solution works: for it
    • sorts of substances. We then took a kind of flower pot, and poured
    • substances. It is very remarkable. The effect is rhythmic! If one
    • it together with its substances, something which works rhythmically
    • are clear that very minute quantities of substance have an effect, we
    • (Fe As2 O3) and of yet another substance which will
    • have an earthy-fluid substance mounting there. Then the fluid
    • a thicker substance: the plant gum. Plants form this plant gum in
    • look at the pots in turn, how the substances of the earth work on
    • substance are mixed in the earth. Naturally, there is a churchyard



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