Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Truth About Hair: A Hair Rising Facts

Published on, C. Yong reports that our hair serves more than just a style and personal preferences. Contrary to the misconception that our hair is dead matter and can be clipped shorter and discarded, it is a living matter and believed the able to receive and transmit certain vibrations at a superconscious level. In other words, it’s an antenna. Just like the Dark Energy and Dark Matter where its existence in the universe is something science has yet to have a grip on but widely accepted at a metaphysical level.

Yong’s findings ignited an age long question I had; of why is that throughout time - prophets, artists, scientists, alchemist, ancient stonemasons, top physicists and/or spiritualists coincidently have long hair? Some of the mindboggling theories and findings radiated out from their “intuition” or “sixth sense” is no run off the mill either. Which again prompts me to an age long Asian thing that girls mature (intellectually) faster than boys of the same age group. Now I am willing to put my last dollar that having long hair has something to do with it.

“This information about hair has been hidden from the public since the Viet Nam War” said C. Yong, whom gave an in depth study to why Indians keep their hair long . Likewise many ancient believes was regarded as myth, mambo jumbo or hocus pocus by the west if it cannot be scientifically proven. Fortunately now, quantum physics in the last decade has been support some of these myths.

Chong reported that  “...during the Viet Nam War Special Forces in the war department had sent undercover experts to comb American Indian Reservations looking for talented scouts, for tough young men trained to move stealthily through rough terrain. They were especially looking for men with outstanding, almost supernatural, tracking abilities. Before being approached, these carefully selected men were extensively documented as experts in tracking and survival.

With the usual enticements, the well proven smooth phrases used to enroll new recruits, some of these Indian trackers were then enlisted. Once enlisted, an amazing thing happened. Whatever talents and skills they had possessed on the reservation seemed to mysteriously disappear, as recruit after recruit failed to perform as expected in the field.

Serious causalities and failures of performance led the government to contract expensive testing of these recruits, and this is what was found.

When questioned about their failure to perform as expected, the older recruits replied consistently that when they received their required military haircuts, they could no longer 'sense' the enemy, they could no longer access a 'sixth sense' , their 'intuition' no longer was reliable, they couldn't 'read' subtle signs as well or access subtle extrasensory information”.

Amazing findings indeed. I was also exploring why that is when we Muslims say our prayers, we open our palms in front our face. I suspect lost ancient understanding is that the audible prayers is supposed to be reflected off the palms and resonate with our face, forehead, hair and upper shoulder where ones aura is at intense. Working like a beacon; radiates to manifest our prayers. Provided of course, the prayers syncs with our feelings and intensions for the greater good. Our mind is very powerful. It has the ability to manifest thoughts if we can put intense feeling to it. Good or bad, it shows up.

This freaked-out theory of mine also got me thinking why is that the non-Arab speaking Muslim countries is in such a chaos. Apart from Benjamain Furfold’s theory (that the U.S. Government had a hand in it), I believe when they say their prayers in a language other than their own mother tongue, nothing happens. I think our super conscious mind need to understand (sync) with the vibrations we give out. Therefore we should translate our prayers into our own mother tongue. Good luck in trying to do something beyond the orthodox.

Back to hair, I guess the next question is - if so, why do Muslim women cover their hair and why does the Buddhist monk shave their head. Does this mean they have lesser intuition or sixth sense? To explore the first, I admit there is no Islamic scholar, Ulamas or Muftis intelligent enough to transparently perceive what was put forth by our prophets, let alone comprehend the Quran to the current time and age, even if they tried.

Conventional understanding suggests that Muslim women cover their hair for a variety of reasons, some religious and some secular whilst required to cover their bodies so that their figure is not revealed and only their faces and hands are shown. This requirement is designed to protect women and give them respect. The dress of Muslim women is similar to that of Christian nuns, who also cover their bodies and hair (Btw., Muslim women were never required to cover their faces as done in some Middle Eastern countries).

What I can make of it is that if the hair is an antenna, it surely can transmit and receive feelings outside the five senses. Muslims women's attire has always been a subject of ridicule particularly amongst the unlearned. See, we cannot deny that men and women with reproductive organ will want to "merge" and reproduce, yes? That's how we are created. No matter how religious you are, how well educated or the ego is engineered of whatever archetype we are, there is a set of DNA in our body that activates a chemical in our brain to launch a certain programme feel, desire, look, acquire and consume. This programme goes into action upon receipt of the right condition through our senses e.g. touch, smell, see, hear and feel.  Let us not be hypocrites of man made laws and beliefs; do we not have certain feelings, desires when any one of the latter senses comes to our subconscious attention of what we want, or designed to do? The thing is, in the process of learning we forgot about the sixth sense, the hair.

But don’t forget that although too much of anything is no good, it is also true that too less of anything is not good also, as you have been reading in papers often.

As for the monk, I don’t know why they shave. Perhaps they have other techniques which I will explore. With all due respect, I do take note that they have to practice meditation in the Himalayas, for years either in a monastery, cave or under a big tree. While most people with long hair have claimed astral projection effortlessly.

Therefore in conclusion, many of such secrets were lost through messengers and leaders whom know no better than the source of the so called myths. Likewise even most Islamic scholars are unable to explain why women must cover her hair, our why Muslims pray with their palms open, reasons for irritating eyelids and so on.

Strangely though, the Sumerians, Mayans and prophets had foretold that such questions and awakening will surface eventually and science will be able to prove many of this ancient myth, cultural and religious beliefs. 

I sure hope being Muslim writer having such opinion; will not result in some religious freak issuing a “Fatwa” on my head. 

Friday, December 16, 2011


David Wilcock (DW) is a professional lecturer, filmmaker and researcher of ancient civilizations, consciousness science, and new paradigms of matter and energy. His upcoming Hollywood film CONVERGENCE unveils the proof that all life on Earth is united in a field of consciousness, which affects our minds in fascinating ways.

David is also the subject and co-author of the international bestseller, The Reincarnation of Edgar Cayce?, which explores the remarkable similarities between David and Edgar, features many of David's most inspiring psychic readings, and reveals documented NASA scientific proof of interplanetary climate change... and how it directly impacts our DNA.

A year ago, David was approached by one Benjamain Furfold (BF), a European journalist whom has been investigating in what most of you would have remembered of the 2008 conspiracy on the 134 billion dollars in US bonds, seized at the Italian border from two Japanese from Japan’s Ministry of Finance.

BF asked DW to run an article on how a certain group of reputable people are taking a law suit against the U.S. regarding the bond and its corresponding effects to the world economy, JFK’s assassination, Sukarno mission, the dismantling of Russia, Israelian Connection, the Credit Crunch, Middle East project, the 9/11 conspiracy and an impending plan to dismantle China into five independent countries!

On the 12th December ’11, after having painstakingly validating BF’s reports, DW published his article on his blog Divine Cosmos, titled “CONFIRMED: The Trillion-Dollar Law Suit That Could End Financial Tyranny".

Soon after, DW was informed by BF that he was contacted by two people of death threat against DW if he does not disclose everything as part two. Apparently DW had left out some facts. DW goes on live Radio about the threat and was offered protection by one anonymous white hat member in Irish accent. Having done that DW will post the continuation of his report anytime now.

The thing is the amount of information of conspiracy theories are humungous and too simple and digestible to be ruled as garbage. If true, this explains everything about the speculated EUR crash in couple of weeks. And if true, we should not be left out of the development.

So folks, read about DW report by clicking on the link below and be enlightened (or confused).

Sunday, December 4, 2011

The Intention

The ministry of Human Resource Singapore recently announced that the monthly salaries of Singapore workers went up this year, for the second year in a row. “It shows full-time workers’ median income to be USD 2,283.00 (RM7, 121.85) a month against USD 2,113.00 (RM6, 593.49) last year - an 8% rise” said labor economist Dr Hui Weng Tat of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy - The Star Online.

It is a remarkable fact how Singapore time and time again beat the odds to emerge top in many areas of politics and socio-economic circumstances. After 46 years of its independence, Singapore has become an exemplary nation in this region compared to its 54 year old neighbor.

The average monthly income of Malaysian workers is about USD 961.00 (RM 3,000.00) p/month while Thailand and Indonesia is about USD 320.00 (RM 1,000.00) p/month.

“Attention thus needs to be focused on improving the wages and work opportunities of the 194,700 part-time workers, as they are increasing in number, and half of them indicate they want to work longer hours,” Dr Hui added.

As far as Indonesia is concerned, it’s not that simple to yardstick this figure due to its huge population compared to its smaller neighbor. Furthermore, Filipinos living in Indonesia had earned bragging rights as they “enjoy what is probably the highest household income among Filipinos overseas.” - Jose Z. Molano, Jr., adviser on Overseas Resource Development.
The key factor of Singapore’s rapid progress is actually every damned thing. From the government to the very person on the street, to have had the intention to beat the neighbor in everything (except sports maybe). Singapore is rated #1 in the “Least Corrupted Government” index. Something our own government lack - “the intention”.

As an example, the UMNO 2011 general assembly just ended with nothing more than the same crap about party loyalty, winning elections, mudslinging and Malay rights with none whatsoever in improving the socio-economic disaster at hand. The president’s body language during the loyalty pledge speaks a thousand words, that subconsciously he knows that this is just another crap cooked by his deputy and the usual Keris dramas from the outgoing Chairman, the Negeri Sembilan Macaque and the RM20 million mansion con artists. There was not an iota of conventional wisdom put forth to raise the living standards of the people who elected them or to steer the country out of chaos.

Mainstream Malaysians still believe that the various “Government Transformation Programme”, is only their personal business continuity plan with the intention to embezzle from the people.

May god bless Malaysians, in the coming election.