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  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • something which links up quite well with matters I have already
    • the moment we begin to reflect about the things of Nature, so much
    • other such things I have repeatedly drawn your attention to the amount
    • point to something further.
    • things are only grasped rightly when the spiritual is considered.
    • am going to point out something regarding butterflies which does not
    • looks like this (drawing) — but something which is commonly called
    • the butterfly exists as such, four things are required. First of all the
    • nothing happens. What I am telling you in regard to butterflies applies
    • moisture. Nature comes to the rescue. Such things do not always dawn on
    • it has no eyes, so sees nothing and just lives for itself in a world of
    • sense organs. Such things are made evident in the case of certain
    • where spun light surrounds the chrysalis, and naturally something
    • plunging into the flame and so can accomplish nothing further. In the
    • way to observe things in Nature. First, quite a significant idea is
    • creature. This is the first thing we see. The second is the deep
    • connection between all things in outer Nature. The butterfly you see is
    • this over there is something that must be clear in your minds. You are
    • butterflies and insects in general. You see, men imagine everything to
    • things, they spoke accordingly. In ancient Jewish times a word such as
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  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture II
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    • has not yet come when one could really apply these things in
    • bee-keeping, very little, or perhaps not even anything much can be
    • account of the way things are managed nowadays.
    • of bee-keeping has something of the nature of a riddle. Obviously,
    • something that exists there in very minute quantities and is
    • a step further, to something very seldom noticed because one does not stop
    • everything is joined together so that every part of the surface of
    • isolated, and one must not by any means believe that anything exists
    • signifies something quite definite that it lies within this
    • the first thing we must notice. Now there is another very remarkable
    • must consider something else. You see, the Queen for her development,
    • consider these twenty-one days needed by the worker-bees. There is something
    • influence of the Sun and receives nothing from the earth that she is
    • This is very important for, naturally, something happens within a
    • time, for then quite other things would happen.
    • there is something further to be considered. You see, the Queen
    • of the bee is indeed a very special affair; there is nothing like a
    • to go further, I must tell you something you may naturally receive with
    • eyes it sees, to begin with, nothing at all. That is the strange
    • thing that the bee does not find the flowers by sight, but by a sense
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  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture III
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    • Has anything
    • carried out today. One can naturally not imagine anything more absurd
    • powder) then it begins to shine, In a darkened room we see nothing;
    • shows an activity. But very much the same thing happens if one
    • The only thing
    • something was happening. For instance, if one had ants' eggs or
    • intermediate between smell and taste; thus these things are sensed by
    • something alien to it. There the bee can do nothing. It is thus so
    • something which is intermediate between taste and smell. This does
    • But so it is with many other things that people think.
    • an animal approaches it and touches something inside it, then it
    • because they do something or other in ultra-violet light, then one
    • took the trouble to think they would discover many quite remarkable things,
    • there. In barium we have something connected with our feeling
    • yourselves of another thing. Cyanide is also there. This is a certain
    • things.
    • think in such a way that things are rightly followed up, these proofs
    • we are not in the habit of following things up accurately. When people
    • they get hold of something they don't stop their thinking, but
    • out of it because in an article of this kind there is nothing he can
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  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IV
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    • with honey. And here, gentlemen, he mentions something very
    • interesting, something which in a most remarkable way condemns what
    • thing happened — a pupil of the famous Bunge, the Professor of
    • within a few days! They got the same things, but they all died.
    • Those gentlemen ought to have said to themselves: something else must
    • is everything: substance must be everywhere where anything happens.”
    • when Heine wanted to mock at something, he said: “There are people
    • explained anything! I was once in a society where people discussed
    • Money comes from the money-making force. Nothing is explained in this
    • think they have said something wonderful, but in truth nothing at all
    • something to say; they announce it in gigantic words, and everybody
    • of the world, things will come to a point where everything will
    • something can be done, not that things are merely discussed
    • anything about practical matters. Often it merely spins out words.
    • could learn how things were being dealt with. One would tell the
    • someone speak, you know at once whether he knows something, or
    • come as a new authority in addition to all the rest. If anything is
    • printed people believe there must be something in it!
    • something further to be considered in this article. This doctor has indeed
    • achieved something of great value with her honey treatments. What she
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  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture V
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    • things connected with it so that one is obliged to keep accounts. If
    • stinging, sweat is the very worst thing; when you hear shrill buzzing
    • an opinion that is naturally completely justified if you consider the thing
    • eight years. There is then nothing at all left of it; so that your
    • friend when you see hint again after ten years' interval, has nothing
    • of the old, actually nothing, of the substance you saw in him ten
    • really always tell us that things ought to be different But the most
    • marvellous things happen in the hive; not at all such as we think out
    • idea that honey is something so precious that one cannot really pay
    • a much wider basis, on the basis of economics. Nothing much results
    • is nothing to be done.
    • artificial bee-keeping things are, naturally not fundamentally so bad,
    • farms this is no longer done. These farms have nothing but
    • self-help in the bee-hive is something extremely wonderful.
    • to tell you something else. I do not know whether those of you who are
    • have an empty hive, and I once saw a strange thing in an empty hive,
    • something like a lump. At first one could not make out what it was.
    • a lump out of all their usual products, out of all sorts of things. A
    • pitch, glue-like substances, wax and so on; such things as the bees
    • thing the smell of a dead mouse would have been for the bees. In this
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  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VI
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    • comb. He would like to know if it was a bad thing to eat the comb.
    • human beings that certain things were not much noticed formerly,
    • whereas today they are most carefully studied. But here something
    • had really many good instincts: he did many things without being able
    • things as these certainly, very definitely, affect the bees with
    • insufficiently acid, something takes place within the bee which
    • wish to make assertions; I only wish to say that these things arise
    • the old methods we are careful to balance this by something which
    • such things are no doubt done, but as a rule the right connections are
    • cultivation of the vineyards was Americanised, and everything has
    • things through their whole nature may be bound up with definite
    • I should like to say something quite briefly about the nature of this
    • honey-making process of the bees. It is something so really wonderful
    • things: “What is it best to eat at this or that time of
    • such conclusions, people would begin to look towards the things of
    • happen. Truly, gentlemen, these things which can be learnt by the
    • said that it is a most wonderful thing that the bee should be able to
    • things are observed in the right way one learns to know how the honey
    • things into account.
    • the wasps within the figs feel that something has happened, for the
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  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VII
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    • will discuss these things once more in today's lecture. It is like this:
    • anything to do with the Sun, but are fully creatures of the earth.
    • have already heard something of these things in former lectures. You will
    • thing is this; that substances that can make a man ill or even kill him,
    • artificial breathing really always means that one is trying to bring
    • with some other substance. These things are done. For instance, the
    • thing or another, they are usually more or less harmless, and may be
    • things, now think that every bee-master should be inoculated before he
    • war they are inoculated with all sorts of poisons, a thing not at all to
    • always deteriorates somewhat when such things are put into it.
    • is printed on the label. The best thing in regard to honey is
    • not wish to leave the matter to the bees to settle, something can be done
    • Such things
    • things all go to show how readily transformable these creatures are,
    • with saliva and building on to these stalks something very similar to
    • that is within the blossom, but something that is upon the blossom or
    • longer the power to build cells. Even when it takes something from
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VIII
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    • question. Should anything else arise, we can consider this also.
    • build up a mound, but make use of something suitable they find there
    • be all very well, but nothing very much has then been said, for when the
    • enable the creature to do everything in accordance with instinct; but
    • corner of it, without the owner having noticed anything, the ants
    • have gathered; they have carried in all sorts of things, particles of
    • sight, that something in the store cupboard has been nibbled, and the
    • do something very peculiar. They destroy all the grasses and plants which
    • away everything, the soil has become very compact, and is very firm.
    • area nothing else is permitted to grow but just this one special kind
    • them; nothing else is allowed to grow there; all other plants are
    • agriculture. Darwin, who especially observed these things, calls it
    • use them for their building. Everything they cannot make use of they
    • quite other things can also happen. There are certain caterpillars
    • eaten into. The thing would then come to an end. But these minute
    • wisely arranged that the wasp grubs do not bite into anything that
    • say that there is something extremely clever in all this, and indeed,
    • as I have already said, the more one observes such things, the more do
    • is kindled, and one asks oneself the meaning of such things.
    • something that can be compared with the earth of today. Out of this
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  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IX
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    • perhaps say something further on the subject of Herr Dollinger's question.
    • everything materialistically, but he also brought to light an
    • perfected to a very high degree, but the most remarkable thing about
    • longer on a living tree, but has been made into something. One finds
    • hollow, then flies off and collects all manner of things from round
    • imitate mechanically, the things they copy are often of this kind, but
    • as a rule they are far less cleverly constructed. Things that exist in
    • things. Think how much intelligence there is in all I have already
    • plan everything with wonderful intelligence.
    • has too little. It is a singular thing, but a man will tell you
    • the correct thing about his illness, if you ask him in the
    • longer; if I want to remember anything, I cannot do so.” This
    • these things. Today one can test the urine for albumen, or sugar and
    • something of the kind I have just told you. When a man tells you
    • something of this kind, one must of course, learn other things about
    • The liver cannot do anything with the formic acid, it can make no use of
    • Something
    • remarkable thing is that the man to whom one has given oxalic acid,
    • things into a man's body, but that one knows what the organism can
    • something further that is very interesting. Suppose you take a retort,
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  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture IV
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    • heard that everything which takes place with regularity in the universe,
    • and waking; the regular rhythm of breathing, circulation of the
    • sorts of things from substances other than iron. During the last two
    • in the universe because when anything falls to the earth from the
    • everything that happens influences everything else and we must be
    • strength, but if we were iron men we could not do many other things.
    • So we must look for something which can form compounds with
    • you recently that soda is especially important for everything
    • and sodium carbonate has a stimulating effect upon the head. Everything
    • oxygen contained in the air. This we do in breathing, for the air
    • consists of oxygen and nitrogen — of many other things too but
    • breathing. What about the carbon? We form carbon in ourselves out of
    • I will tell you something else. I spoke to you once
    • now that in this way, if these things were present which I have
    • we have in our lower organs something similar to what we have in our
    • breathing. We breathe in oxygen; we breathe out carbonic acid gas. If
    • the carbon. There must thus be something in the stomach which also
    • In the breathing
    • have already spoken about these things and shall do so again. Iron is
    • speech casually, and see nothing special in it. They do not really
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  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture V
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    • children. Could Dr. Steiner say something about this?
    • plants in a room by day, things happen roughly as I have said; during the
    • things are rather different. The plant does not need as much oxygen
    • Things balance themselves out in nature: every being has something
    • an extraordinarily complicated thing and can only be fought if one
    • minutest quantities of substance, one must speak about these things,
    • One sees, when the plant grows out of the ground, something works on
    • it together with its substances, something which works rhythmically
    • and so requires a complicated remedy. These things have become of
    • plants and this makes hard wood. The essential thing is that the sap
    • whole earth: only in the earth it is something special. It
    • nothing is gained. We must be clear what parts the sap, the life sap,
    • everything back to the earth with it. So that in the annual plants
    • hard parts are separated out, and not everything is
    • and so the yearly rings are formed. So you see everything clearly if
    • only you understand that there are three things: wood sap, life sap,
    • myself, a living thing. And as for the cambium, there the whole plant
    • other investigations have been made in Stuttgart. These things are
    • without the copper manure. And the remarkable thing is: if the copper
    • clumsy. When something happens to the cerebellum we become awkward
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