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Postby Dark_Void » Tue May 22, 2018 1:57 am

I’ve noticed that a lot of the rabbis, imams, Xian priests, etc. have beards or some type of facial hair. I’ve noticed this about several historically significant people as well. A lot of the male Pagan Gods have beards as well. So is there any spiritual benefits to having a beard or other type of facial hair?

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Postby Sinistra » Tue May 22, 2018 7:44 am

What else ? Having long nails painted red gives you the courage of your ancestors ? But if they are painted blue you get the gift of prophecy instead ?
Next ? I guess having pink colored hair give you the ability of being a good sheep for jewish indoctrination ? Well this one might actually be true tho seeing from the many sjw pink haired weirdos.

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Postby hailourtruegod » Tue May 22, 2018 9:31 am

From what I've read it symbolizes wisdom. Also as with long hair people have said it can act like an antenna so maybe somehow it might work in similar ways? That's my two cents.
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Postby Larissa666 » Tue May 22, 2018 8:25 pm

I have wondered this myself.

I see many of our Gods through history having beard. Yet, rarely any God described on JoS site is said to have beard. There are very few.

I've only seen Lord Botis with beard. And description on JoS site also says He is old and with beard.

I think beard might be more of a symbol, than anything else.

As for xian priests, filthy rabbis and other scum, I do not care, they can grow third arm from their faces, for all I care.
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Postby Equinox » Tue May 22, 2018 10:09 pm

The elaborate beards you see on the depictions of Enki and other gods and some notable kings like Sargon are spiritual allegories. Something to do with an activated DNA from what I've read somewhere.

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Postby Ketchup » Wed May 23, 2018 5:35 am

I believe that facial hair was said to be a special antenna sort of, which is why most gods even boys have longer hair. I don't know if beards have anything specific about them though. Might help with higher chakras.

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Postby SoulSnipes » Wed May 23, 2018 6:15 am

its probably just a sign of low razor count.

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Postby Valontuoja » Wed May 23, 2018 11:27 am

I remember reading Mageson stating that a beard is a symbol of the power of the spoken word... I can't give any sources for this as I read this on the old forum somewhere.

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Postby ss666 » Wed May 23, 2018 11:57 am

I used to wonder about the beards myself. I arrived to the conclusion that beards are a symbol of status detonting spiritual advancement. In Ancient Egypt the pharaohs [including female ones] wore a fake beard resembling the tail of a snake, with the head of the snake exiting their royal crown. I such case this symbol of status was representing their spiritual development and the fact that they awaken the Kundalini Serpent.

The same anology is found in Judaism, where Rabbis have beards [the tail of the Serpent] with tefillin [head of the Serpent]. Thus Rabbis say that beards make them wiser.

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Postby TruthAndTyr » Wed May 23, 2018 7:57 pm

Well. Women don't grow beards, and the Abrahamic cults all forbid women from becoming clergy. A woman being forced to cover her hair/head might be a sign of imposed spiritual limitation as well as organizational subserviance. It's probably just a demonstration of control and male authority more than anything else, though.

Although, I've also wondered about the "dunce" cap, which I think is supposed to be "dunes" cap, because like a pyramid it's pointed at the top and expands at the base, and it sits on the top of the head. My guess is the point was supposed to be a conduit for focusing energy from helpers and it would then radiate down to empower whoever was wearing it and enhance their knowledge/wisdom. It later just became an insult and a way to humiliate "the dumb kid". This is probably also why churches have a steeple with a big fat cross jammed on top of it. It's like, "here, this is all you're allowed to think about, stupid" :lol:

Anyway, the point is hair styles and head coverings play a role in culture and ceremony, and that's probably most of what you're seeing with the traditional facial hair and head coverings, but I'm just guessing. Priestly robes and their color combinations might have some significance, too. But again, guessing.
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Postby Godmode » Sat May 26, 2018 10:47 am

Interesting about the dunce cap I never thought about it that way. Facial hair is the body's response to testosterone and DHT, some people have more or less of these hormones but sometimes the genes just doesn't react because for some reason they dont want to grow a beard. However a beard is marker sign of virility and gut power like a big jaw or big muscles or whatever other testosterone feature. It represents the spiritual caste and philosophy and such because any graspable hair in combat is an immediate weakness.

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Postby Aquarius » Sat May 26, 2018 2:41 pm

imho most people I see wearing beards today are lazy people, neckbeards who think wearing it will make them cool or something, most of the time fat people who like drinking coca cola and playing videogames all day and do shit, lolz, I much prefer a clean National Socialist style :D. Though I still have no beard lol.

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Re: Beards

Postby BoRn of fire » Mon May 28, 2018 10:15 am

To me it's a northern hemisphere winter thing lol but could also be pagan as the enemy seeing they have it a lot it can be stolen as the enemy has nothing of their own they just steal and turn it to shit making it their own

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Postby luis » Mon May 28, 2018 5:40 pm

Aquarius wrote:imho most people I see wearing beards today are lazy people, neckbeards who think wearing it will make them cool or something, most of the time fat people who like drinking coca cola and playing videogames all day and do shit, lolz, I much prefer a clean National Socialist style :D. Though I still have no beard lol.

I don't look my best without beard so i wore it too (but not a really long one like some) but i like clean looking guys, only that some guys just look better with beard if they are born with it.

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Postby Sinistra » Tue May 29, 2018 5:15 am

If you see the depiction of beards of ancient rulers and kings they were very elaborate and a symbol of their power and status. There is some maturity and wisdom connotation as well. But don't confuse a symbol with a cause.

Hitler didn't go with that. I interpret his choice as meaning "cutting through the bullshit". Because he came in a time of darkness where people desperately needed guidance. And in this reincarnation he was truly a man of the people for the people. So when he got to power he didn't pick some elitist high maintenance grooming style. Image

Now if you are talking about a desperado style wild and unkept beard. Well that just means lack or inability to take care of oneself and lack of physical hygiene.

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Re: Beards

Postby Stormblood » Tue May 29, 2018 1:16 pm

It's just a trend. Trends come and go. Some people submit to trends, other have their unique, timeless style that will never submit to any trends. Then, there is the third option: people who are immature in this area and don't care about their appearance. Be mindful, I said "immature in this area" because I believe one's maturity is not universal but it's relative to the area. I sported a faded undercut before it became popular some years ago and I will continue to sport this hairstyle when it'll not be trendy anymore. This, however, doesn't make me better compared to those who prefer to submit to temporary trends because a need for change can be a good thing,

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Re: Beards

Postby Ol argedco luciftias » Tue Jun 05, 2018 12:26 am

In I think most cultures of the world, having a beard is something that old men would do as a sign of them being older. And old men were also naturally wiser, smarter, more experienced, and more spiritually powerful as a result of being older. So the wisdom and spiritual ability and the beard were both signs of being old; these signs didn't necessarily have any cause or influence on each other, but being in the same place are why people think of them as related.
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