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It has been over 8 years since my last haircut. My creator, whatever force or being that designed the vessel I currently occupy, chose to have the hair on top of my head continue growing far longer than similar stuff on my arms, legs, chest, nose, ears, armpits, and so on. I do not need to know why, though I do receive hints from time to time. Many of them point to a natural connection with energy, frequencies, forces, knowledge outside of ourselves. Cutting our hair is like removing the antenna from your radio. If the signals are strong enough, bits might make it through, but imagine what you are missing. I have written and published several insights on […]

hair care

Via age and personality, I have approached caring for my hair a wide variety of ways. Some will be surprised that I was normal once upon a time. My hair looked like every other guy’s hair and the products in my shower were the same stuff that everybody in the country had in theirs. Once in a while circumstances would put extended periods of time between barber visits, both professional and volunteers. I was rather indifferent to that. The stuff grew. It was cut or not cut. I dealt with it either way. I have written and published several articles on why Nature tries to grow long hair on our heads and why we should respect that. I won’t belabor […]

cutting hair … or not

from The Spirit Science The Supernatural Reason Native Americans Kept Their Hair Long     We’ve all heard the story of Sampson and Delilah. In it, one of God’s great servants, Sampson was a man possessed of superhuman strength. He was eventually betrayed by the love of his life, Delilah, who figured out that he could be defeated by cutting off all of his hair.     In relation, the Native American tradition has long held that hair is an outward projection of the nervous system, acting much in the way of ‘human antennae.’ Our hair is responsible for transmitting pertinent information to the rest of the nervous system. According to this line of thinking, our hair also transmits […]

You Should Cut Your Hair

Six months after my last haircut I wrote this: hair magic – by Ted Dunlap, on March 28th, 2014. I have made a number of posts here about that in the last few years (see hair) It has now become odd to me that our culture is so enslaved as to not understand why average men have short hair. Defeated warriors had their hair cut off by the victors to reduce their power. So many cultures lost one battle or another that short hair became the norm. I no longer submit. I also no longer concern myself with those who would judge me by hair length. Appearances are for shallow people. Substance is for substantial ones. I am a customer, […]

Is Long Hair Making Us More Intuitive?

 Back in the old days and the ancient times, many cultures embraced people with long hair, because they believed that long hair was a sign of strength and spiritual maturity. The Native Americans and the Chinese are just a few examples of the many cultures that value long hair, which was why the men and women of these cultures back then rarely cut their hair. Even though back then many cultures believed that having long hair was beneficial to the body, is there evidence today that supports the belief that long hair can make a person more intuitive? How long hair can make you more intuitive If you study Nature deeply enough, you should know that Nature would never create […]

men with long hair

I meant to include some of these photos with yesterday’s post The Longhairs. […]

The Longhairs

Guys with long hair. Not the USofA cultural norm. That’s about all there is on the subject for certain. Everything else you think and say is just that… thoughts and words. What do you KNOW about guys with long hair? I’ll help you out a bit here. You know they are not slaves to convention. You know they are not overly concerned about what the majority thinks … or says. In my case, I am far less concerned about my physical appearance than average… or yours, for that matter. I feel and live inside, not outside. I appreciate others not for how they look, but for who they are. Reversing that, in my view, is shallow – and not […]

massage chair

Osaki OS-4000 Massage Chair Features: Zero Gravity Design, Uses Twin Rollers to Mimic the Feel of the Human Thumb, Six Unique Auto Programs: Healthcare, Relax, Smart, Circulation, Demo and Full Air Your Price: $2,399.99 For comparison sakes, let’s suppose a professional, full-body, whole-hour massage cost you $80. I occasionally employ an awesome masseuse who charges $40 including my $5 tip. She doesn’t just “mimic the feel of the human thumb”, she employs two whole hands! .. and forearms when appropriate. She also goes straight to the knots and hot spots, working them expertly to untie the knots and loosen the tightness where it exists. … as opposed to some electric-motor-driven rollers crawling around in places that were convenient to […]

hair magic

I’m still not believing it, mind you, but my skepticism weakened a notch yesterday. I wrote about hair as part of the human sensory system back in November – see hair November 8, 2013. There were a number of sources, links and personal experiences combined in that article. I decided then to quit having my hair cropped short… and, in fact, have not had my hairs cut since then. Well, I haven’t embraced the untrimmed facial hair thing (yet?). Nevertheless, my hair is no longer (un-pun unintended) sidewalled above my ears, but more or less covering them – as you can see in this photo taken this morning. Theoretically the cosmos can communicate better with us via our hair than […]

my turn as an enemy of the state

I was recently asked why I am unwilling to cross the border into and out of Canada. Here is the real answer. I was a significantly above average Libertarian activist. I ran for governor of Idaho twice, gave the Ada County Sheriff the closest race he had in 20 years, though I had no peace officer experience, and spent several years as Libertarian Party of Idaho state chairman. Needless to say, I was working diligently against THE STATE. When TSA had just (unconstitutionally) taken over transportation security at all the airports, I went through the Boise airport on my way to a convention of state chairs in Houston. I was the only person who got “randomly” plucked out of a […]

my moment of “fame”

Holey Smokes! I just watched a decade younger Ted Dunlap SMOKE the democratic party candidate for governor of Idaho, I was terrified while in front of the state-wide-broadcast television cameras. My mind was screaming “RUN“. I do not know what kept me pinned in my seat making apparent rational answers, but I somehow pulled it off. Ted The Younger got so much right, and now with a more dispassionate view realize I did even better than I remembered. If you removed party labels and were left with one of those two choices to be Idaho governor, I wonONE ATTABOYPretty dang good for my first television appearance. Of course that guy with the green tie in 2006 is quite different from […]

The Hyperinflation Survival Guide

Money changers carry loads of low value notes in wheelbarrows on Somalian streets –This was the title of a book published in 1989, sponsored by Harry E. Figgie, Jr, chairman and CEO of Figgie International. Concerned about the future operating environment for his company while the clear trajectory of the world’s central banksters was to print their paper currencies to death, he sent a team to study environments that recently experienced, or were currently suffering through exactly that. He shared what they found in Bolivia, Brazil and Argentina in a short, succinct book, The Hyperinflation Survival Guide. While Amazon (linked) shows it as published in 2003, my hardcopy is copyright 1989. One of the more interesting findings were complete changes […]

Aha! That’s what the BLM riots were for!

Catherine Austin Fitts, in the interview I published yesterday, dropped a bombshell. Well, actually one after another. She carpet bombed those who would run planet Earth as a slave colony; laid their plans bare for us to see if we are brave enough to open our eyes. Among the hits: She researched a hunch about the locations of the places BLM was hired to burn to the ground. All of them were in very special zones created from the District of Criminals as tax havens for the hyper rich. All of them were near Feral Reserve branch offices. Amazing coincidences, if you would rather believe in voodoo, witch doctors, integrity in the black lives matter movement, and honest politicians. […]

rolling roadblocks

I am teasing my way through Leanings 2 by Peter Egan. This evening I came across a gem describing as I wish I could the massive barrier to free movement when a large group of motorcyclists, or specialized car gang decide to CRUISE roadways that the vast majority of travelers use for actual travel. I have come across small-to-medium-sized batches of them from time to time. If there aren’t too many, or the roadway is favorable, I typically put them behind me … thus disappearing from their lives forever … which should not be any bother at all to them, but often is a major insult in some weird way … if you don’t want to crawl down the […]