This information about hair has been hidden from the public since the Vietnam War.

Our culture leads people to believe that hairstyles are a matter of personal preference, hairstyles are fashionable, and the way people do their hair is just a cosmetic problem. But when we returned to Vietnam, a completely different picture emerged, a picture that was carefully covered and hidden from the public.

In the early nineties Sally married a licensed psychologist working at VA Hospital (name changed to protect her privacy). He was working with war veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder. Most of them had served in Vietnam.


Sally explains, “When my husband came home one evening, they had a file with a thick picture. Some government-commissioned research had hundreds of pages. My husband was shocked by the contents. What he read in those documents completely changed his life. From that moment on, my conservative husband in middle age stretched out his hair and left a mustache and never cut it again. Moreover, the VA medical center allowed him to do this, and other very conservative men followed.

While reading the documents, I understood why. During the Vietnam War, special forces in the war department were sending secret experts to their area to search for talented spies, looking for educated young men to act secretly on hilly terrain. They were especially looking for unusual, almost supernatural, trained men. Before approaching them, these carefully selected men were documented as experts in tracing and survival.


Some of these Indians were enlisted in the military, with the usual temptations with useful sentences that were used to enlist new soldiers. When they enlisted, something surprising happened. The talents and abilities they had in their natural regions were mysteriously destroyed, and these soldiers continued to fail.


Serious performance failures led the government to thoroughly test these novices. When they were questioned about their inability to perform as expected, when older soldiers persistently cut their hair due to military service, they were responding that they could no longer “feel” the enemy. They could not access ‘sixth sense’, their ‘intuition’ was no longer reliable, ‘could not read’ the subtle signs, and they could not access information other than subtle senses.


The testing institution collected more Native American soldiers, allowed them to grow their hair and tested them in multiple areas. They brought together the guys who got the same scores in all tests in pairs. One man’s hair was not cut while the other’s hair was cut. Then the two men were tested again.


The man with long hair continued to score high. The man whose hair was cut failed before the tests he received high scores.


The document recommended that all Indian soldiers be exempt from haircuts.




The mammalian body has evolved for millions of years. It seems that the survival abilities of humans and animals are sometimes almost supernatural. Science is constantly bringing more discoveries about the amazing abilities of humans and animals to survive. Each part of the body has a sensitive work that it performs for the well-being and survival of the body as a whole. There is a reason for every part of the body to exist.


Hair is an extension of the nervous system, it can be seen as externalized nerves; It can be thought of as a kind of highly evolved ‘sensor’ or ‘antenna’ that transfers a lot of important information to the brainstem, limbic system, and neocortex. 3


Not only hair in humans, facial hair in men provides the main way of reaching the brain; hair also radiates energy, emitting electromagnetic energy emitted by the brain. This is seen with Kirlian photographs when a person has long hair and after cutting his hair.


When hair is cut, transmissions received from the environment and sent to the environment are largely blocked. This results in numbness.


Haircut is a contributing factor to the awareness of environmental stress in the local ecosystem. It is also a factor that contributes to insensitivity in all types of relationships.


(Translation: Saffet Güler)


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