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 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 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 Morphology
by Johannes Rohen
Approaches anatomy through phenomenology, tremendous detail about how form follows function.

Human Embryology
by William J. Larsen
Fourth Edition; The definitive textbook for embryology.

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