Keep Your Hair On

TAP found this on Facebook –

Crop your hair in the moon’s wax,

Na’er cut it in the wane,

And then of a bald head

You never shall complain.

Julia replies – 

Interesting! I sometimes think there is more truth in folklore than anything else, it gets handed down because it rings true at some level. There is also a huge amount attached to hair over history. Convicts and Jews get their hair shaved off. Samson and Delilah have something to do with hair I think. You can plant crops by the moon cycle too, it’s to do with where the water is, and whether it is a root, fruit, flower or leaf crop. Maybe hair grows more in the waxing moon? 

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8 Responses to “Keep Your Hair On”

  1. Joe King says:

    Some folklore is rubbish, i.e. ‘a watched pot never boils’.

    I’ve tried it and it does.

    I have tried the same experiment with the kettle, when making a cup of tea. A watched kettle boils as well.

    Therefore, folklore must be nonesense.

  2. Anonymous says:

    If you really want to believe something like this is true, then (subconsciously) you will believe it to be true.

    And here lies the Catch 22:

    – Science will dismiss something like folklore as nonsense, conspiracy, quack-science… the list is endless of labels.

    – Yet, science cannot explain everything as so many things are yet to be discovered and so many things will never be discovered.

    Put it this way, if we knew everything, life would be *VERY* boring!

    – Cobalt

  3. Tapestry says:

    I agree, Cobalt, but it will never be so on The Tap Blog!

  4. Anonymous says:

    Very true, Tapestry. I think that’s what makes it so interesting around here.

  5. Anonymous says:

    For those interested, noticed the latest Benjamin Fulford update on the Fukushima incident:

  6. Tapestry says:

    It’s interesting but he looks totally nuts, and doesn’t seem to be connecting to the questions very well, and sounds dreadful.

    He says he’s using a Geiger counter. Geiger counters cannot detect Caesium at all. He’s playing down the nuclear threat from Fukushima fall-out.

    He claims Haiti and Fukushima tsunami were caused by a specialized nuclear weapon designed to give out the right wavelength to trigger tectonic events.

    Gordon Logan says he is controlled by japanese elites and has to conform with the need not to panic the people over the nuclear contamination.

    He is referring again to the collapse of the cabal. More than 140 countries have told the cabal countries they are not doing business with them any more.

    It’s worth a listen.

  7. Julia says:

    Joe, I don’t think you’ve proved folklore is all nonsense. I think you’ve proved that “A watched kettle never boils” is usually false. It might be true, if you forgot to turn the hob on!
    Maybe it is not a literal statement though. Don’t we all know that “A watched kettle appears as if it will never boil” is true? And why is this? Why does it seem to take so much longer? There is probably a really good scientific answer to this that no one has found yet, something along the lines of your particles in the clock part of your brain speed up and make time go faster. I completely made that up. but anything is possible. And if you look at the endless possibilities, you start to discover new ways of seeing things, and new answers and solutions, new connections.

  8. Anonymous says:

    ‘A watched kettle never boils’ is not supposed to be taken as literal or scientific. It usually is used in the sense of go do something else in the meantime and it will be ready soon enough.

    The understanding of imagery, similie and metaphor is what distinguishes an adult from a child who has a tendency to take things literally.

    The day people understand metaphor for what it is, the day we will be free of fundamentalism of all kinds.

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