Embryology Books

Embryology is studied to increase capacity to recognize the formative forces in the body, which are still present in all ages.

Development Dynamics in Humans and Other PrimatesDevelopment Dynamics in Humans and Other Primates: Discovering Evolutionary Principles through Comparative Morphology
by Jos Verhulst

A truly exceptional book! Examines embryological morphology, revealing the uniqueness of the human form and exploring a huge problem with Darwinism.
The Ontogenetic Basis of Human AnatomyThe Ontogenetic Basis of Human Anatomy: The Biodynamic Approach to Development from Conception to Birth
by Erich Blechschmidt

Revolutionary findings of the pioneer in embryology studies, establishing the concept of pre-genetic formative forces based on a lifetime of arduous research.
Functional MorphologyFunctional Morphology
by Johannes Rohen

Approaches anatomy through phenomenology, tremendous detail about how form follows function.
Human EmbryologyHuman Embryology
by William J. Larsen

Fourth Edition; The definitive textbook for embryology.
Jaap van der WalThe Complete Three-Day Embryology Seminar
by Jaap van der Wal
Price: $130

8 DVD disks, plus a CD containing 4 class handouts, showing the entire class entitled “The Speech of the Embryo” given at CSES in 2005.

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Bolk’s Companions- EmbryologyBolk’s Companions- Embryology

Bolk Instituut in Holland carries on the work of Louis Bolk. Many unique observations about embryology and related topics.
Foundations Of Anthroposophical Medicine: A Training ManualFoundations Of Anthroposophical Medicine: A Training Manual
by Guus van der Bie

Contains a chapter by Jaap van der Wal on the polarity of early-life morphology.

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