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Long hair makes you more psychic!

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posted on Jul, 8 2012 @ 10:17 AM
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You are correct when connecting long hair to ES abilities.
The Indians do know this to be true, and how does one say politely if one were to look in to with some rigour, would find the same.

However, it still seems most can't do what your ATS name says. No biggie, no damage done, and the long-hairs that know and use this knowledge are just better off than the rest, if they're paying attention.

This probably won't help, but there is an old X-Files episode on that subject. X-Files plots were all based in some respect on history, no?




posted on Jul, 8 2012 @ 10:36 AM
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Originally posted by ItsEvolutionBaby
reply to post by canyouhandletruth
 

You are correct when connecting long hair to ES abilities.
The Indians do know this to be true, and how does one say politely if one were to look in to with some rigour, would find the same.

However, it still seems most can't do what your ATS name says. No biggie, no damage done, and the long-hairs that know and use this knowledge are just better off than the rest, if they're paying attention.

This probably won't help, but there is an old X-Files episode on that subject. X-Files plots were all based in some respect on history, no?




Yes and some people just dont consider anything not on tv
i never got into x-files but you never know



posted on Jul, 8 2012 @ 10:45 AM
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Originally posted by spoor

Originally posted by canyouhandletruth
humans are able to pick up cosmic energies, the hair is a fractal, science is learning the best antennae are fractals, the microscopic hair fractals are attuned to cosmic energy, the universe works in upward cycles, this is a biggy, a golden age.

as we approach the full blast of the age of reason even energy that gives evolution is also available,


New age rubbish not based on anything factual .


so the new age is rubish is it spoor?
thems the words of lame stream media mate, your not an LSM shill are ya?



posted on Jul, 8 2012 @ 10:50 AM
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Originally posted by AdamsMurmur

Originally posted by Domo1
ATS believes in free speech, unless it hurts our feelers. What BS. Am I the only one that saw that? Too weird.
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I saw it too. Never seen it before though.


I've heard of this before. The "Vrill Society" women all kept very long hair for this apparent reason.
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yes i did read about Vrill a while ago and they had photos of those women



posted on Jul, 8 2012 @ 10:52 AM
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Originally posted by Aliensun
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this business reminds me of the hoax of two weeks ago that lived for a day or two before it was shot down. It was supposedly about an study in Afganistan about beards making our fighters more tough and smart. It was a joke that got picked up by a dozen blogs and "news" outlets before the truth was revealed.

All I did was to go to Google and try to find a decent source for the article and the name of the outfit that supposedly did the study. Finding neither, I knew it was a fake. Which it turned out to be.


beards are hair so it works for beards also



posted on Jul, 8 2012 @ 11:14 AM
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I don't believe it for a second. But that means I do for a split second. Then I quickly put it to rest.

I think that society can be wrong about some things. Especially taboo things like psychic phenomena. I am a skeptic and put my full faith in science and reasoning. However, these cannot answer all of our questions. Sometimes there're things we just "know" that we don't UNDERSTAND yet. For example, people were experiencing earthquakes and solar storms and magnetic phenomenon and all sorts of things long before we understood them scientifically. Why should that end now?

It doesn't. We still experience things we don't UNDERSTAND yet.

And just as we grimace at the ignorance and prejudice of people from our history, people in our future will also groan and shake their heads when they read or think about our era and its shortcomings.

The OP is still being disingenuous. That link is about tiny hair in our ear and the possibility that our brain modulates its receptivity just as it tells the eyes to see more light in darkness.

But I don't want to pontificate. There's a lot we don't know about nature (we're nature too).
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posted on Jul, 8 2012 @ 12:04 PM
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I have actually read this before. Not this situation per say. However, there were studies done back in the fifties to discover perfect lone ranger scouts and trackers for the Army. They chose these people on these Indian reservoirs who tested phenomenally; They brought them back to the base and gave them a military style haircut. Afterwards, they were retested. They all failed every single time, every single one. When asked by their superiors why they failed to perform they said it was because their hair was their connection to nature and intuition. This would explain why women who predominately have long hair, are more intuitive than their masculine counterparts.

This would also is explain why figures like Jesus were depicted as having long hair.



posted on Jul, 8 2012 @ 12:31 PM
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Yup.
Yup.
Shaman have very long hair.
Read in perhaps the same place you did, that military haircuts = easier to be led, mentally.



posted on Jul, 8 2012 @ 01:18 PM
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Hair can't possibly be involved in information exchange. That would require it to be able to send and receive signals.

From www.ehow.com...

Human hair is very high on the triboelectric series, which ranks materials on their ability to lose or gain electrons. Human hair readily gives up electrons to many other materials


Okay but it's not like hair is comparable to any other materials that we use for information technology...

From www.ehow.com...

[Human hair's] tensile strength is comparable to that of copper wire.


Okay so hair can exchange electrons and bends and vibrates like copper wire, but that has nothing to do with sending or receiving information...

From ezinearticles.com...

In order for an antenna to work it has to radiate. Your antenna, whether TV or radio has what is called free electrons running through it. It is these free electrons that vibrate.


Okay so hair can interact with electro-magnetic fields and vibrate like an antenna, but that doesn't mean you can get any information about your environment.

From en.wikipedia.org...

Movements of hair shafts are detected by nerve receptors within the skin and by hair follicle receptors through displacement and vibration of hair shafts.


So nerves receptors are connected electrically the brain, they have copper-like strands of hair coming out of them, and they can detect vibrations.

Did any of you debunkers even bother to do your own research before you just said "nuh uh!"?



posted on Jul, 8 2012 @ 05:03 PM
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Originally posted by wagnificent
Hair can't possibly be involved in information exchange. That would require it to be able to send and receive signals.


This has to be one of the best series of disordered logic posts I have ever seen on ATS. Bar none. Congrats!



From www.ehow.com...

Human hair is very high on the triboelectric series, which ranks materials on their ability to lose or gain electrons. Human hair readily gives up electrons to many other materials



A brilliant example of not understanding the fancy words! Ok - being high on the triboelectric series means that it is absolutely NON-CONDUCTIVE! And that's true! Hair is a really spectacular insulator, because it's dead dry tissue! What "triboelectric" means is that when you rub it against something lower on the series - say a hard rubber comb - it will shed electrons and become charged with static electricity. This near-total lack of conductivity eliminates its use as an antenna!



Okay but it's not like hair is comparable to any other materials that we use for information technology...

From www.ehow.com...

[Human hair's] tensile strength is comparable to that of copper wire.


Okay so hair can exchange electrons and bends and vibrates like copper wire, but that has nothing to do with sending or receiving information...


You were being sarcastic, but you're right! Sort of - tensile strength doesn't have anything to do with bending and vibrating, but how much you have to pull on a strand of similar diameter before it breaks. However, you WERE right in saying it has nothing to do with sending or receiving information! Tensile strength tells you how strong a fiber is in pull! WOW - do you think that has anything to do with its usefulness as an antenna? Nope. Stupid comparison is stupid, sorry.



From ezinearticles.com...

In order for an antenna to work it has to radiate. Your antenna, whether TV or radio has what is called free electrons running through it. It is these free electrons that vibrate.


Okay so hair can interact with electro-magnetic fields and vibrate like an antenna, but that doesn't mean you can get any information about your environment.


Well, I know you didn't bother looking at what the sciency words all meant, but if something's up the triboelectric scale, it HAS no free electrons. And ezine isn't exactly the world's best source of information on antenna design - antennae do not vibrate.



From en.wikipedia.org...

Movements of hair shafts are detected by nerve receptors within the skin and by hair follicle receptors through displacement and vibration of hair shafts.


So nerves receptors are connected electrically the brain, they have copper-like strands of hair coming out of them, and they can detect vibrations.


MOVEMENTS of hair shafts are detected by nerve receptors within the skin. And that's correct. If you move a hair, a nearby nerve will likely relay that information. Radio signals are not mechanical vibrations. And the only "copper like" attribute of hair is maybe the color if you're a ginger, and it being a long thin shape, which may be like copper if the copper is a wire. But not, say if the copper is an ingot.



Did any of you debunkers even bother to do your own research before you just said "nuh uh!"?


I recommend for you a refresher course on general science and biology, starting at maybe the fourth grade level.



posted on Jul, 8 2012 @ 06:30 PM
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its true though. mostly the people i met with really long hair are real chill and laid back. those who have short hair are mostly uptight. i dont know if hair is connected to psychic abilities or not but i do not consider the esoteric subject of hair to be bogus. those in the mainstream western science field have rejected stuff before to later reconsider and change its belief so i don't put it passed people who claim there is a certain magical quality about having long hair. prophets, native americans, indians, ascetics, rastafarians, hindus, numerous cultures believe something very profound and significant about having long hair. our monoculture western world generally doesnt because we arent as connected to the land and nature as our anscestors used to be or were. those denouncing the esoteric properties of hair generally do it from this western mindset. the western mindset that is cut off from nature through technology and or industrialization or what martin heidegger termed "technicity". people are so full of reductionist mentalities that it narrows their mind and belief systems. if hair didnt mean anything then why have you cut it to work or to be in the military? just function? yep sure... thats the way our western monoculture slaves think.
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posted on Jul, 8 2012 @ 08:13 PM
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Originally posted by krossfyter
if hair didnt mean anything then why have you cut it to work or to be in the military? just function? yep sure... thats the way our western monoculture slaves think.


You don't want someone grabbing it. Also, it's easier to keep clean. You also don't want a big head of hair or a long beard if you have to wear MOPP.

However, you can get all non-spec if you have to for particular assignments. It's flexible that way.

And that's the way people who use reason think.

edit to add - not all Native Americans had long hair. Nor all Buddhist monks. Nor all Hindus. Etc.
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posted on Jul, 8 2012 @ 08:52 PM
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For a moment I was trying to figure out how to answer your post, until I figured out you were agreeing with us. At a glance, I thought you were saying that my post was untrue.



posted on Jul, 8 2012 @ 09:16 PM
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This older thread is more in line with what you are talking about, I think...
The Truth about Hair?



posted on Jul, 8 2012 @ 09:36 PM
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Someone who actually knows what they are talking about.

Thank you for bringing some reason into this thread.
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posted on Jul, 8 2012 @ 10:52 PM
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i heard an indian cheif talking about this. long hair also serves other purposes too. advanced yogis use as like a stopper so they can maintain the body, as it becomes difficult once your energies reach a certain peak, along with many other tricks



posted on Jul, 9 2012 @ 03:44 AM
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Originally posted by Bedlam

You don't want someone grabbing it. Also, it's easier to keep clean. You also don't want a big head of hair or a long beard if you have to wear MOPP.


obvious function of short hair. can you recite the obvious function of long hair?



Originally posted by Bedlam
However, you can get all non-spec if you have to for particular assignments. It's flexible that way.




Originally posted by Bedlam
And that's the way people who use reason think.


addicted to reason. . logic is an addiction. its not all what the universe is about.


Originally posted by Bedlam
edit to add - not all Native Americans had long hair. Nor all Buddhist monks. Nor all Hindus. Etc


true. i didnt say that. that ALL of them did that. my comment was those who did. my point was in which i guess you missed it? was that those that did have long hair had it for reasons and significance that are lost with those here denouncing long hair.

to start anew or to clean the earth to strip and tear down the trees and build up from the bottom is a part of nature. some of those who shaved heads did so to distance themselves from their individual selves and move more into a group think or a slave mentality (ie military)

SOME not all.


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posted on Jul, 9 2012 @ 03:48 AM
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Originally posted by SolarE-Souljah
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Someone who actually knows what they are talking about.

Thank you for bringing some reason into this thread.
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logic is an addiction. and those that study the eastern mindset can tell you that because mainly logic and reason are WESTERN view points and they aren't totally what the universe works with. in fact they are only a small part.


ever heard of a koan?



posted on Jul, 9 2012 @ 04:41 AM
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Originally posted by krossfyter
obvious function of short hair. can you recite the obvious function of long hair?


Hm. Too lazy to cut it, that's one, you think it looks better on you that way, that's two. Pulls in psychic broadcasts - nah.



...those that did have long hair had it for reasons and significance that are lost with those here denouncing long hair.


I don't denounce long hair - it's just that you won't be pulling in any mystic transmissions with it because it increases your psychic radio power or whatever.

I occasionally keep my beard ZZ Top length. Sometimes I don't. I rarely have my head hair long because it bothers me. No group think, no slavery. Just bothers my ears.



posted on Jul, 9 2012 @ 04:44 AM
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Originally posted by krossfyter
ever heard of a koan?



If you already know the hair is dead cells
the meal was cooked a long time ago



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