The reason for the long hair
by Baigalmaa staff
The reason for the long hair
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During the Vietnam War, the United States Military Department, Special Forces, and American Indians hunted, and the secret of recruiting Indians for use in combat was the ability to track, track, anticipate danger, and move without making a sound. organized the operation.

Through a kind of secret research and selection, with great promise and persuasion, the best young Indians were recruited into the military. However, those young people could not show the expected results. Because the hair of these Indians was cut according to the standards of other military personnel. After that, as a result of conducting research and experiments to determine the cause, it was believed that the long hair of the Indians was a kind of energy transmitter and protector. After that, there was even an order that the Indian hunters did not have to cut their hair.
The custom of not touching one's hair, which is still preserved by some nations, is an indication that the human body has long been aware that every organ, organ, and tissue of the human body is destined for living and existence. On the one hand, hair can be considered an exposed continuation of the nervous system, an "antenna". The manifestation of this is that when we are scared, the uncomfortable feeling of "hair standing up" is a feeling that is pleasant to brush. History shows that in ancient times, all nations, men and women alike, had long hair. However, it is said that the first hair removal was ordered by the Roman emperor Nero, the legions of foreigners and captives. "I don't want them to think about it," he said. It is interesting that Ed only obeys my orders. It can also be linked to the common folktales such as cutting hair, "cuts your memory," shaving your hair, and "getting married easily."
To add interest, it is explained that there was a reason that people in the past, men and women, used to braid their hair in one braid and hang it down the middle of their back, to keep it close to the nerves that follow the joints of the spine.