Hair on our bodies is natural, but society has taught us that we need to remove, cut, or color. The civilized world we live in both men and women shave regularly. Not to many of us just let our hair grow without shaving at all. What purpose does our hair actually have?
One of the least known roles of our hair is that it is an antenna. Our hair is capable of sending/receiving information to and from your body exactly like a radio antenna. The earliest radios used quartz crystals called “crystal sets”. Crystals have the power to receive and transmit energy waves. Silicon is the main component in quartz crystal. Silicon is also a key mineral found in hair. Its not by chance that silicon is an essential part of computers. It enables computers to have mind-like properties including solid state memory and microprocessors.
In the Vietnam War the U.S. government went to American Indian Reservations looking for talented scouts. They were especially looking for men trained with an outstanding almost supernatural tracking ability. These men were extensively observed as experts in tracking and survival. Once these men were enlisted all these talents and skills seems to disappear. All the recruits failed to perform as expected in the field. This led to serious causalties and failures of performance. When questioned why they didn’t perform as expected. The answer from the older recruits consistently was that after they had received their military haircuts, they could no longer “sense” the enemy. Their intuition was no longer reliable, and they couldn’t read subtle signs as well or access subtle extrasensory information.
Genghis Khan conquered China and forced the conquered Chinese women to cut their hair short and wear bangs. He was aware that the Chinese were wise and wouldn’t be controlled easily. The bangs over the forehead stop the transmission of light to the pineal gland, which affects brain activity, as well as the thyroid. This served well to keeping them timid and more easily controlled.