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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture I
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    • Whether you will be equally satisfied with the course of
    • I mean Agriculture. I cannot say whether what I am going to say
    • whether or not the plant is used for food. The two interests
    • the case of plants that are doing well or badly whether or not
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture II
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    • these first lectures, we shall bring together, from the field
    • matter whether cow-manure is taken from the neighbouring farm
    • what may be called its elements of life-ether and chemical
    • activity (chemical ether). The inner life of the soil and the
    • we must realise clearly that the cultivated ground together
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture III
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    • in Nature. It is the great sculptor of form, whether we are
    • any other living being must be penetrated by an etheric
    • etheric element which will either remain stationary about
    • But the main thing is that the etheric element is in both cases
    • This etheric element could not abide our physical earth world,
    • works in the etheric element (we may say that the lowest level
    • of the spiritual works in the etheric); this physical bearer
    • which is permeated by the etheric element, and
    • the universal ether into the body is oxygen.
    • as the brooding? vibrating etheric element which
    • permeates it. It is in the track of oxygen that the etheric
    • there lives the lowest order of the supersensible, the etheric
    • birth the bearer of life, of the etheric element. It becomes
    • ether and this living ether takes hold of the oxygen through
    • living oxygen which carries the ether. And beneath it we have
    • These two polarities must be brought together. The oxygen
    • throughout Nature the oxygen bearing the etheric life must find
    • carbon — whether it be the animal and vegetable kingdoms,
    • astral spreads forth in activity. The etheric life-element
    • speaking, the astral in the nitrogen drags the etheric element
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture IV
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    • whether a certain weight of matter in certain proportions
    • undergoes digestion, but whether we are able to take up in the
    • decomposition, bears etheric life within it. And this is the
    • point. When soil is so constituted as to have etheric life
    • by means of its etheric life, raised itself to a higher form of
    • distinct tendency to be penetrated with etheric life. This is
    • the plant with its own etheric life. Why do I say this? The
    • diffused as a scent is instead held together so that the scent
    • etheric but even of the astral elements. And that is
    • actually pervaded not only by living and etheric but also
    • the etheric element is too ebullient. A too powerful sprouting
    • of the etheric life hampers the astral element in the compost
    • were too much, the etheric element is taken up by the
    • element without the detour through the etheric element.
    • way, we hold together that which would otherwise
    • conviction that etheric life and even the astral principle must
    • etheric formative forces, which then penetrate right into the
    • nature is fitted to reflect the living etheric and astral
    • radiates etheric life and even the astral element. Indeed, if
    • the current of etheric-astral life which streams inwards from
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture V
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    • within the realm of life. We saw that the etheric life forces
    • the different ways of preparing manure — whether
    • together (mark that we remain always within the region of the
    • that it will work on any sort of manure, whether liquid, solid
    • capable of closely binding together all substances
    • together slightly and then place them, not in a bladder nor in
    • etheric body is working too strongly so that the astral element
    • kills (damps down) the forces of the etheric body and so sets
    • limestone. But if it is necessary for an over-powerful etheric
    • let them wither a little, press them together, sew them into
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VI
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    • influences, whether they come through the atmosphere around the
    • earth, or whether they come from below through the medium of
    • not the only thing which reaches the Earth. Together with the
    • all mixed up together because we do not understand the forces
    • together, because one went about it with a sort of instinctive
    • (regardless of whether it is or not) it issues its
    • etheric body and a certain connection is the normal
    • etheric body does not form a proper “cushion”
    • etheric element. The moon can do this more easily when the
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VII
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    • taking place: through warmth, through the chemical-etheric
    • and through the life-ether. Unless we take account of these
    • place in Nature when we have to deal with the life together of
    • herbaceous plants so closely together that their roots were
    • separated from it and are only, as it were, etherically
    • Etheric. It is in this way we need to look, with a macro-cosmic
    • tree here has a certain inner vitality, a powerful etheric life
    • cambium causes an impoverishment of the etheric life in the
    • tree. The tree within is deprived of etheric life as compared
    • some of the etheric life from the soil; it makes the soil
    • the atmosphere around the tree and of the etheric poverty in
    • the impoverished etheric element beneath, spreading in
    • around it tends to throw off the etheric life whereas the upper
    • of etheric life in the soil if this amount becomes
    • alive and the sprouting etheric life too strong, these animals
    • for these wonderful animals allow just that amount of etheric
    • world and lime brings about the drawing off of the etheric
    • farming-land. For mushrooms “hang together” with
    • directly together. And now? of course, you will say:
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VIII
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    • physical and etheric body and being more or less surrounded
    • “habitus” of a plant and so on reveals whether or
    • whether these things are said by a farmer or by a layman.
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Appendix
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    • sower proceeds, whether he simply takes the seed from out of
    • the sack and flings it down, or whether he is accustomed to
    • STEINER: In this case one should find out whether the children
    • actually cannot be ill because the etheric principle is always
    • the root-stock together with the seeds of the weed in
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Contents
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    • Chemical activity=chemical ether
    • Ebullient etheric principle
    • Etheric-Astral in compost heap
    • Etheric element, impoverished
    • Etheric life, raised above level
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Preface
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    • the privilege, together with Herr E. Pfeiffer, to carry out
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Discussion 12th June, 1924.
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    • hand, and ask yourselves whether this could be conveyed into
    • it is not — immaterial whether a medical remedy has been
    • QUESTION: Does it matter whether the horn is taken from a
    • obtained according as to whether it takes place at a lesser or
    • the atomising of the liquid will cause the loss of the etheric
    • on to be manured, or can they be buried all together in any
    • whether one should use machines is rather out of date. No
    • whether from cows, horses or sheep?
    • whether this has any ill-effects. But the obvious thing is to
    • other day as to whether parasites could be combated in this
    • realise that it makes all the difference whether an exercise of
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Discussion 13th June, 1924.
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    • QUESTION: Does it make any difference whether the soil
    • opinions and nothing more. Nobody knows whether they have been
    • “sausage” etc.) be buried together, or each
    • QUESTION: Should the holes be made close together at one place,
    • body. Whether the animal develops enough forces to enable it to
    • upon whether it absorbs its food in the right way. To
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Discussion 14th June, 1924.
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    • that really we have no right to ask whether things are
    • whether a substitute can be found. I cannot say at the moment.
    • cease altogether in time. The produce grown in fields that have
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Discussion 16th June, 1924.
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    • makes a difference to a district whether it is provided with
    • does not make much difference whether the salt is added at the
    • moment of eating, or whether it is used in the preparation of
    • then changed back again by means of the etheric body into
    • QUESTION: I would like to ask whether the inner attitude with
    • ANSWER: The main thing about an inner attitude is whether it is

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