Can a haircut cause brain damage?

JLF revfordham at newnorth.net
Sat Feb 15 19:34:15 EST 2003

I've always thought there's a basis for believing re. Samson's loss after
having his hair cut. His religious beliefs held that having long hair was an
act of devotion to God; an act for the sake of being Kosher, in alignment
with the instructions/commandments of God. From a scientific view, the loss
of his hair would create a massive level of psychic dissonance between his
current state and the condition in which he believed his God would channel
strength through him. This psychic dissonance could easily manifest itself
as an inability to exert his strength - as he believed it, so it became.


"Iceman" <pvtsinfo at yippee.com.au> wrote in message
news:4a6c4v4oonq08en39cgq22pn4ksdvf9e1l at 4ax.com...
> On Sun, 9 Feb 2003 01:04:34 -0600, "JLF" <revfordham at newnorth.net>
> wrote:
<snipped include from prev mssg >
> Not to mention that it also reduces your physical strength and
> stamina.
> Did Sampson have any kids? Nope.

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