In a story, you’ve probably never even heard of. This story takes you in-depth with the relation of hair and long brown hair and the ability to “sense” things when this hair on the head and facial hair is grown out, especially in men. The story goes along like this:
A woman who was married to a psychologist had learned of an incident during the war that had some significance in the dealings of a man and his hair and this ability to “sense” danger and movements around him because of the growth of his hair. It was stated in various files, that from this time of war, many Indian culture men were being brought to the military to be of use to them. These Indian soldiers had a strength of great tactical moves and the ability to “sense” things around them. When these soldiers were implemented into the army, they were given regulation haircuts to conform with the military observance of code. What was later found out was that these men soldiers had lost their abilities after receiving these various haircuts.
The military brass had great confidence in these soldiers as they were tested in the field numerous times and had excelled greatly at their tasks. When given said haircuts, and shortened lengths to their hair, their abilities are but completely demolished. The military didn’t know the approach to take, and then had researched these soldiers and their culture, and had come to an unlikely theory that their hair lengths might be giving them a “sensory” power that the military found useful. The tests were set as Indian soldiers who had their hair grown out were also brought in to go against those soldiers who had received the haircuts and had shortened hair. The results were as expected with the long hair soldiers outperforming the short hair soldiers greatly. The result came as the military brass resumed the length of these soldiers’ hair to be grown out accordingly. Does that kinda go into the Biblical story of a man named Sampson (you might have heard of this story)? Sampson was a Godly man who seems to have super human strength, and he would attribute this power to the fact he has long hair.
The story goes on to state that Sampson met a woman named Delilah who would eventually betray Sampson, and cause him to have his hair removed (she tricked him into stating why he had his power. Sampson told Delilah that his hair gave him this power). She tricked him and had his haircut by men. Sampson was taken into captivity and made a slave as a result of him telling her this. What’s interesting is this story had been recorded already in the Bible. Seems strange to write a story like this? It’s there in the Bible.