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- Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
- the caterpillar is drawn to the sunlight by the same urge as that felt
- cannot rise to the sun. Could it rise from the ground and fly to the
- sun, very soon we should no longer have any caterpillars. They would all
- fly up and away to the sun. For that is their urge, gravity only binds
- in the sunlight and rolls it up again at night. In this way it forms its
- caterpillar dies into the light, but being unable to reach the sun it
- does not enter the sunbeam. However, it spins its own body into these
- chrysalis you are really seeing pure sunlight spun around this earthly
- matter in the pattern of the sunbeam. We have now reached the point
- up, so the sun forces, imprisoned inside, can now create the butterfly
- which is then able to fly out and enjoy the activity of a sun-being.
- the birds have wonderful colours the sun has greater power. What effect
- is produced by the action of imprisoned sunlight? In every instance
- this cannot be accomplished by the sun alone. The matter stands thus: In
- itself in its sheath along with the sunbeams. In the chrysalis the
- Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture II
- the period of time during which the Sun, approximately speaking,
- the Sun takes to turn upon its axis. The worker-bee experiences one
- revolution of the Sun, and because it has experienced one complete
- revolution it enters into all the Sun can give.
- to go further it would always meet only with the same Sun-influences, for
- and here the Sun
- exactly opposite the Sun. The Sun revolves upon its own axis once in
- here. If this were to continue, only such Sun-workings would be there
- fully developed has experienced all that the Sun can give. Should the
- worker-bee continue to develop it must leave the Sun and enter the
- earth development; it will then no longer be having a Sun-influence
- earth-development, and has then finished with her Sun-development, is
- entirely a creature of the Sun.
- the Sun.
- Sun-revolution, but stays behind and remains always a creature of the
- Sun. For this reason the Queen is much nearer to her larval state
- earth-influence or to the Sun-influence. As you know, it depends
- Sun-development, that it becomes either a Queen, a worker or a drone.
- influence of the Sun and receives nothing from the earth that she is
- for another four or five days; it tastes the Sun
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- Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture III
- Sunday evening, when it is snowing perhaps, and to read some such
- can make her nuptial flight under the influence of the Sun.
- Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IV
- Sun enters the Sign of the Fishes. I have told you before that the
- spring equinox is now in this Sign of the Fishes. The Sun remains in
- Thus the rays of the Sun come at the beginning of May from an
- the Sun has a powerful influence on all that is earthly. Whatever
- happens on the earth is under the influence of the Sun when the
- the influences of the Sun. This is immensely significant for the whole
- plant kingdom, for when the rays of the Sun come from the direction
- cannot develop in the rays of the Sun which come from the Ram, but
- that the influences of the Sun are chased away. Fair weather means
- that the Sun forces can unfold in all their power. The question here
- is not that the power of the Sun comes only in a general way, from
- of the heavens where the Ram is. The forces of the Sun differ
- come. This is not due to the Sun alone, but because as the Sun shines
- stands the constellation of the Ram. What the Ram gives, the Sun
- is quite different if the Sun sends its rays to the earth at the
- full force of the Ram is working; by the end of the month the Sun is
- Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture V
- finally proved that they would have completely faded away if the Sun
- a few years, but exposed to direct sunlight they would have faded so
- a way that a painter working in sunlight could not have done at all. In
- the sunlight they would have faded completely away, whereas in electric
- sunlight which has chemical properties (and you said bees were aware of this)
- cramp which they do not feel with sunlight, though of course, they
- in a certain sense, a Sun creature, and thus all that the Sun experiences
- Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VII
- Sun, and the Sun needs approximately the same time to revolve once
- Queen does not wait in her development till the Sun has quite
- remains entirely within the influence of the Sun. Thereby she becomes
- capacity to lay eggs is under the influence of the Sun, and indeed,
- almost a complete revolution of the Sun, the nearer the bee
- approaches the influence of the earth-evolution. The farther the Sun
- worker-bee is indeed largely a creature of the Sun, but already
- Sun, becomes a creature wholly of the earth. It withdraws itself from
- the influence of the Sun.
- anything to do with the Sun, but are fully creatures of the earth.
- towards the Sun, and no fecundation can take place when the day is
- dull. The drones who try to bring an earthly element into the Sun
- rheumatism by catching cold; he treated it with exposure to the Sun,
- Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture IV
- for instance, day and night, the course of the sun or the sequence of
- when one uses a glass prism, or sunlight. When one uses other bodies,
- do not get a spectrum of the sun, but a yellow line. When you take a
- Catholic Sunday paper announced that there had been a real fire here
- cosmos, between Mercury and Mars, stands the Sun (diagram). Just as
- of the Sun forces which lie between them. For it is the Sun force in
- man which brings chlorine and iron together. And this Sun force can
- Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture V
- believe, perfectly healthy on Saturday, on Sunday was taken with
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