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Possible support for human/alien hybrid origins

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posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 07:12 AM
This idea is vulnerable to degeneration due to misunderstanding and misuse. Let's not go there.

I am a good example of my idea:

I am not a hairy person. My torso, biceps, and thighs are basically hairless. When my head hair grows out, it's just past my shoulders, a little wavy and "dirty blond" in color. My eyebrows and arm hair are not very dense and are white blond in the summer. My leg hair is light brown. My underarm hair is thin, brown, and straight. In contrast to all of this my pubic hair is dense, black, and tightly curled. My point being that I have two, very distinct types of hair on my person. In every species there is some variability in the characteristics of hair on different parts of the body, but there is a general continuity. I haven't been able to identify an example of any other species that can manifest two, so clearly distinct types of hair. Am I just ignorant? Or does this appear uniquely in humans?

posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 07:55 AM
You could be half human / half angel.

This site has had discussions on angels which interbred with humans, creatures which are part man and part beast, spirits of nephilim which roam the earth and evil entities which can possess a body. All these things can seem strange to those who have not ever heard of them and even seem unbelievable when compared to what is usually believed and taught as reality which must never be questioned.

Further on down the webpage, there is a picture of a cat with a 50/50 face.
Interview with cat owner on TV
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posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 08:26 AM

there are 3 types of human hair:
Terminal, Vellus and Lanugo.
Now, Lanugo type can be find on some other mammals.

There are a lot of similarities between human hair and animal fur, and technically, they are mada of the same stuff.
But there are, you seem to be right, differences too. air.html

Now, I personnaly do not think this is a proof for some human/alien hybridization.
But I am not a hair specialist...

posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 09:14 AM
You could be a hybrid , we all could be for that matter, if you want some info on it look up work done by Dr David Jacobs .

The Abductions was "assembly line" Nature, Run like a Program,

The program" is changing and moving towards integration between humans and the hybrids

posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 09:41 AM
I found an interesting article on the evolution of human hair. It doesn't directly address the two type issue, but the info is good brain food...

Humans and fur article

posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 10:05 AM
reply to post by verbal kint

I think blonds tend to have less hair and more fragile/finer hair than brown or black haired people. Perhaps your hair breaks easily which accounts for you being unable to grow it very long.

How much head hair you have seems to be passed down from your parents. I think the amount of body hair has something to do with hormones. As you get older people lose the hair under their arms and much of their pubic hair. Balding men have lots of body hair - something to do with testerone.(I don't know the correct spelling)

However, that doesn't mean I doubt your theory..

posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 04:49 PM
reply to post by verbal kint

At the very least - this is a provocative line of thought.
For some reason, I think I've pondered this before...

posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 11:22 PM
reply to post by verbal kint

It's probably just a characteristic of yours. Not a bad angle to examine, though. You would have to get data from people that had other possible signs, and see how many saw something like that as well.

My dad's hair was dark brown (close to black), and curly, but his beard, if he grew one, came in red. Then again, all things considered, maybe that does mean something, lol!

I did an old thread on possible hybrid traits, that you might want to review. I don't remember anything about hair, but I could have missed it, or forgotten.


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