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- Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture I
- and influences coming from the whole Universe. The various
- extra-terrestrial influences or even of the atmospheric
- influences surrounding the earth. Hot only does this seem so,
- as cause of pain, is strangely accessible to the influence of
- at work in it. The silicon mediates the influences of Mars,
- after generation of plants, are active m the cosmic influences
- activities of Moon or Saturn be modified in their influence on
- The strength with which the Saturn forces influence plant-life on
- can. How then can we see their influence at work in the plant? We
- Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture II
- their influence on all that is above the earth surface, while
- influences which penetrate upwards through the earth. Thus, the
- far as it takes place above ground; and the influences upon
- growth are really the cosmic influences which are
- stored up influences. (Later we shall consider the case of the
- influences dependent upon the most remote parts of the Cosmos,
- sphere of the influence of the Sun, Venus. Mercury and Moon,
- which stands under the influence of Mars, Jupiter and Saturn.
- circumstance which exposes them to the influences of the
- dependent upon its mineral masses and falls under the influence
- any other to the influence of the mineral substances. But for a
- influence of a particular constellation and received its
- radiates its influence into all this.
- is under the influence of the planets. Working backwards from
- the snout the influences are as follows. Saturn, Jupiter and
- influences of Venus, Mercury and Moon.
- Moon. If you go further you will find that the influence of.
- Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture III
- that concerning the significance and influence of nitrogen. But
- and their influences upon the form and life of plants, of which
- so that they become receptive of the influences of the Cosmos.
- Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture IV
- in. And if we consider the beneficial influences on a meadow
- itself. Plants, therefore, which are under the influence
- Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture V
- influence and are of small use. This is because they are based
- second point is this. Under the influence of the materialistic
- partly below the earth's surface, to the right influences. You
- to the right natural influences to become of value. In this
- attracting the cosmic-astral influences to the place where
- difficult.to find a substitute for its good influence upon
- connected in organic processes. Under the influence of
- be exposed to the influences of the earth during winter. But in
- influences. Here also, as described before, the substance thus
- plants. The plants become sensitive to the influences that
- Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VI
- and 3) are very much influenced by the workings of lime in the
- the influence of silicon. And, in fact, workings of silicon,
- influences, whether they come through the atmosphere around the
- represents the earth level, where the influences of Venus, Mercury
- influence plant-growth in one way or another. We have to take
- subject to the influence of the Moon. All that we know of the
- the area will not enjoy the benefits of lunar influence.
- ensures that the influences of the full Moon, i.e., those which
- nothing to stop its influence. Furthermore, in wet years
- influence of the Moon from the weeds, allowing only those
- influences to reach them which work directly from outside
- (i.e., non-lunar influences) we shall be able to set a limit to
- disinclined to absorb lunar influences. Moreover, the plants,
- opposite of the force which was developed under the influence
- the influence spreads over a large area — and we shall
- find out if you really take account of these influences, which
- exercise an influence in the plant kingdom, one can content
- to the signs of the Zodiac. In the plant kingdom, the influence
- influence must be strengthened by that of Venus. Indeed,
- in this case the influence of the Moon need not be specially
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- Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VII
- gradually changing through climatic and cosmic influences of
- the bushes has a beneficent influence, for in Nature all things
- throw light upon the nature of harmful influences. Just as
- mediates the influences of the sun and the moon. Its muscular
- Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Appendix
- influence actually exists. You have to test rationally
- Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Contents
- Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Preface
- the influence of the rhythms of the seasons; and R. Steiner in
- problems of agriculture through the influence of nourishment
- Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Discussion 12th June, 1924.
- how are harmful influences to be kept away?
- harmful influences away than by leaving them alone. Take for
- seen to be due to human influence, though they are outwardly
- and subtle influences are overlooked, the presence of other
- Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Discussion 13th June, 1924.
- definite influence which proceeds from the particular
- watery influences. Without this combination of the two
- they can be placed side by side. They do not influence each
- powerful cosmic influences.
- Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Discussion 14th June, 1924.
- sphere, its influence is entirely beneficent.
- QUESTION: Does the burning of potato haulms have any influence
- a certain influence, as indeed there always is not only on the
- pepper. The sphere of influence is so great that it is
- Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Discussion 16th June, 1924.
- frost. Frost means that the cosmic influence which is active in
- influence has a normal mean between certain degrees of
- cosmic influence is exactly what the plant requires. If,
- too deeply, the influence of the heavens upon the earth is too
- currents and waves; it has an influence on the whole
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