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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture I
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    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • the heart of Anthroposophical striving.
    • immediately see what bearing it has upon specifically
    • me make this clear by an illustration taken from another
    • magnetic needle itself but in the earth as a whole, at one end
    • the whole earth. Yet what in the case of the magnetic needle is
    • clearly absurd, is regarded by many people as sense when
    • only within the narrow confines of its immediate earthly
    • which are not present on earth at all but in its cosmic
    • animals and of the earth itself, we should extend our views to
    • around the earth was not a mere superstitious belief. He had
    • earthly existence which have an important bearing upon
    • outside them. The nearer we come to man, the more strongly
    • influences surrounding the earth. Hot only does this seem so,
    • ought to appear and run a parallel course; but the fever does
    • earthly surrounding. For this reason, we shall never acquire
    • that everything on earth is only a reflection of what takes
    • the immediate vicinity of the earth, we have the Moon and the
    • life and life on the earth. If we consider life on the earth in
    • quartz makes up from 27% to 28% of the crust of the earth, i.e.
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture II
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    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • every agricultural estate or farm should approach as near as
    • earth from which our farm arises and secondly the factors which
    • work in upon the earth from the Universe. It is usual to speak
    • particular bearing upon the type of vegetation produced in a
    • all Agriculture is the soil of the earth.
    • you start by considering the soil, then you must bear in mind
    • manifests itself wherever the growth of Nature appears. The
    • earth surface is really an organ, an organ which, if you care
    • the diaphragm are other organs. Now if we compare the earth
    • represented by our farm, having the earth surface for its
    • diaphragm has its head under the earth, while we and all the
    • animals live in its belly. Above the surface of the earth, is
    • other hand, everything that takes place within the earth, under
    • forces at work above the earth are immediately dependent upon
    • their influence on all that is above the earth surface, while
    • the more distant planets lying outside the earth's path round
    • influences which penetrate upwards through the earth. Thus, the
    • as it takes place underground, and by the nearer heavens in so
    • shine directly down upon the earth, but are first
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture III
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    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • earthly and cosmic forces of which I have spoken work in the
    • Earth. And we shall only be able to pass on to the difficult
    • forces work through the Earth's substances. But first we must
    • will emerge clearly from my exposition — while nitrogen
    • sister-substances which we must learn to know if we wish to
    • bearer of spirit. The ancient name “sulphur” is
    • bearer of light) because in the old days men saw spirit
    • phosphorus, the “light bearers.” And once we have
    • whose external appearance we had noticed as he passed us in the
    • them contain little more than this. We must learn to know the
    • us therefore start with carbon. The bearing which these things
    • have upon plants will soon be made clear. Carbon, like so many
    • hundred years ago, this black-fellow. — let us call him
    • so — was regarded as worthy to bear the noble name of
    • generally think of as carbon will appear as the final outcome,
    • Nature. Carbon is really the bearer of all formative processes
    • or with the ever-changing form of the animal organism. It bears
    • activity and inner mobility it bears within it the formative
    • that in the early stages of the Earth's development it was
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture IV
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    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • which man and other earthly creatures live can by no means be
    • little finger and the tip of his ear, and trying to reconstruct
    • — a real science which will go out in search of the wide
    • current today or, at any rate, a few years ago, stand in need
    • moment. A normal human life lasts longer than ten years
    • mentioned the subject of nutrition earlier just to show you how
    • renewed during the course of every seven or eight years) is
    • wearing away of the nails, peeling of the skin,
    • make the matter clearer, let us take the case of a tree. A tree
    • decomposition, bears etheric life within it. And this is the
    • of the earth is raised above the general level, if the outer
    • parasite on the living earth. And it must be so. In many parts
    • of the earth we cannot rely on Nature herself to supply a
    • learn — and this may not always be pleasant — to
    • structure of the soil which is to bear the plant. This is the
    • used for manure, it never reaches the earth element, but at
    • mineral manures an effect in the watery part of the earth, but
    • you will not achieve a vivification of the earth element
    • In this way, therefore, the earthly element is thoroughly
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture V
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    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • of the living plant-like nature of the earth being.
    • transition from the heaped-up mound of earth, inwardly
    • the living realm as appear in the form of manure should also
    • of agriculture far and wide we are actually depriving the earth
    • used as manure, the tiny living beings which appear through the
    • clearly understand that in attempting to improve the
    • earth element. This is the contribution of Spiritual Science to
    • the earth and leave it permanently impoverished. We must see to
    • the most important factors. All round the earth are the very
    • urgently as they do those which come to them from the earth.
    • plants from the earth after these substances have been radiated
    • into the earth from the universe. Now we, as human beings, can
    • we can quite well prevent the earth from seeking, out and
    • minute quantities will work. Since Frau Dr. Kolisko's research
    • winter. Thus, during a whole year, the yarrow flowers (there is
    • partly below the earth's surface, to the right influences. You
    • which come to the earth in the finest homeopathic doses. The
    • of insight and not without it. We have learned the virtues of
    • relation, not so much to the earth as to that which is of a
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VI
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    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • great extent on what you have heard me say concerning
    • plants that are useful to us. Clearly, we must approach the
    • last few days. It was pointed out that we must learn to
    • absorbed by the earth and work upon plant-growth from within
    • the earth. These forces come from Mercury, Venus and Moon and
    • act not directly, but through the mediation of the earth. They
    • from the outer-earthly, and brought to it by way of the
    • that the forces coming from the nearer planets (see Lectures 2
    • even though they proceed from the earth, act as mediators of
    • earth, or whether they come from below through the medium of
    • the earth, has caused great harm. Let-us take a special case to
    • illustrate this. The old instinctive knowledge had disappeared
    • represents the earth level, where the influences of Venus, Mercury
    • and Moon! I enter into the earth and stream again from below upwards.
    • remaining above the earth level, come from the distant planets.
    • it and are reflected back to the earth. The moon-rays which we
    • see by taking them up with our eyes and which the Earth
    • sun-rays come to the Earth charged with lunar forces; this is
    • so ever since the Moon separated from the Earth. In the
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VII
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    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • to the consideration of the rearing of live-stock and the
    • of the year hovers around the plants. Indeed, we must learn to
    • fruit tree — apple, pear or plum — is something
    • in fact “earth” in relation to the parts that grow
    • and herbaceous plants are rooted in the earth. The question
    • unity so that the sap-bearing vessels unite with each other. In
    • earth, which has grown upwards into the air element and
    • developed “clear-smelling” for the thinner and for
    • see, can very easily acquire this “clear-smelling”
    • the' larvae or grubs. Thus, if there were no trees on the earth
    • insect grubs, which can only live upon the earth because of the
    • the earth are no other than the common earthworms. One
    • ought to study the life of earth-worms in relation to the soil,
    • plants. Thus, in the soil we have these creatures, earth-worms
    • there are certain animals which bear a distant resemblance to
    • course of the development of the earth something very wonderful
    • earth. If these winged creatures are removed, the astral life
    • rearing of birds and insects. For in Nature — I
    • hold them very clearly in our minds. The winged world of
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VIII
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    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • important to learn with what we are really dealing.
    • senses and a metabolic and limb system. These are clearly
    • of earthly matter. Even in the embryo, earthly matter is led
    • head receives its matter from the earth. In the head,
    • therefore, we have earthly matter. But the substances which we
    • bear in the metabolic and limb, organisation, those which
    • etc., these substances do not come from the earth, but from
    • what has been absorbed from the air and warmth above the earth.
    • the limbs are permeated with earthly gravity: the forces are
    • earthly ones. Thus, the limb system contains cosmic substances
    • permeated by earthly forces.
    • is equally important to realise that the (earthly) substances
    • big toe does not, and we must realise quite clearly that the
    • their senses, then we may see results such as appear in the
    • its sense of smell, guided by this organ in its search for
    • case, that for another.” Bather one must have a clear
    • head? Earthly substance. If you take out the brain, the noblest
    • part of an animal, you will have before you a piece of earthly
    • substance. The human brain also contains earthly substance. But
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Appendix
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    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • appear only after several generations have passed. Remedies,
    • earthworms and similar animals to “work the soil
    • which decimated the livestock last year, and by the shortage of
    • been unduly praised in late years, has no doubt some connection
    • want to have the breath of the neighbour near themselves.
    • appear in those who eat this food. But their children will
    • even the third generation. Research has to be extended as
    • years does it degenerate in its inherent forces.
    • must be removed every year.
    • year.
    • healthy. When troubles appear, they show that the environment
    • Some years before the war, when asked about the use of human
    • “even if the soil is not to be used for four years, it
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Contents
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    • Earth and water, in animal
    • Earth worm
    • Excretion of earth-matter in brain
    •       and life on earth
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Cover Sheet
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Diagram 1.
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Diagrams 12, 13, 14.
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Diagrams 15, 16, 17, 18, 22, 23.
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Diagrams 2, 3, 4, 5.
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Diagram 20.
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Diagrams 7, 8, 19.
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Diagrams 9, 10, 11, 21.
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Preface
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    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • forth by his Spiritual Science (Anthroposophy) and bearing upon
    • for instance, it was many years ago when Herr Ernst Stegemann
    • fulfil this wish. Koberwitz near Dresden, where Count
    • of those who have worked for years with them and in order to
    • Goetheanum, Dornach near Basle, Switzerland. November,
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Discussion 12th June, 1924.
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    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • effect will gradually wear off. This is the difference
    • substance itself, but its dynamic radiation. You need not fear
    • plants will bear long halms with nothing on them.
    • being used for three or four years, were placed for a time in a
    • cow-stable they might serve for another year. But I do not
    • the cow has fed on a particular soil for three or four years,
    • of rain, this is something which only further research can
    • the earth from getting into them. I do not recommend any
    • forces work which have been absorbed into the earth. One could
    • until one uses them. If they are to be used in early Autumn,
    • makes, because this year we started rather late and a certain
    • nowadays bring a smile to the lips of many who hear it asked.
    • inexplicable are yet inwardly clear and transparent.
    • which have been concentrated inside the earth are most
    • even in the words that it has coined, would “bear witness
    • real thing has been lost. Forty or fifty years ago this was not
    • so, for in those days there was far more to be learned from the
    • thirty or forty years. So much has been lost of the beautiful
    • layer of earth. Peat or peat-mould is particularly good as a
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Discussion 13th June, 1924.
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    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • method has not been tried out over a period of many years.
    • rather than sink it into the earth?
    • relation to the forces that are under the earth. The manure
    • earth-level, that will be the most satisfactory position.
    • of the earth and of its relation to manure, we do
    • so as to allow for the interaction between the earth and the
    • earth.
    • and clay. Then you have the earth consistency as well as the
    • curious thing to hear emphasis being laid upon the harmfulness
    • of the earth?
    • QUESTION: Can the earth above the buried preparations be
    • ANSWER: The earth can do what it likes. As a matter of fact, it
    • plants, to be grown on the covering earth.
    • it is too near the surface, it will not be so good. At the
    • inches will do. If it is too near to the surface it will lose a
    • when the earth was exposed through this very frost, to the most
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Discussion 14th June, 1924.
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    • about a new fruitfulness to the earth. The necessity is such
    • ahrimanic element in the earthly sphere is harmful only
    • because it is in the earthly sphere. In a slightly higher
    • large part of his yearly profits to sending all over the world
    • should like to say that they will not work nearly so powerfully
    • fields more frequently than once in every three years —
    • perhaps even once in every four to six years would be
    • I heard recently of a bee fancier who advocated the artificial
    • rearing of Queen-bees, so that instead of breeding them oneself
    • years, bee culture will have been completely destroyed. We
    • mineral, into the earth. This counsel may not bear fruit at
    • complete insect will be nearer to Aquarius.
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Discussion 16th June, 1924.
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    • every Ego, even in the rudimentary form in which it appears in
    • period this year (1924) — it shifts from year to year
    • of the old moon is still there and disappears.
    • appears
    • direct contact with the earth makes no difference at all.
    • the earth has been essentially strengthened. Now this cosmic
    • too deeply, the influence of the heavens upon the earth is too
    • earth.
    • here, voices are heard to say that man cannot go on
    • Whenever anything new appears, it is usually regarded at
    • use the thing. It is strange how, when something new appears,
    • outside in the mineral earth. The moment warmth penetrates into
    • the estate and from other sources, clearly this will make up



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