Dua Afe

OUR HAIR

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I think it’s about time to save our hair from extinction. Were all the beautiful natural hair styles of Ghana?

There was a time when our people were proud of their natural hair, now all I see is fake hair all over!!

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My wife use to have this low hair-cut style five years ago and i started calling her Daavi, now she's got this style like she's carrying the whole Dodowa forest on her head so i name her Tina Turner.

Don't waste time asking what i have on mine. :angry:

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I have always held a lot of admiration for our women who keep their hair natural or Braided......I have never understood why black women perm/relax their hair.....

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Don't waste time asking what i have on mine. :angry:

i wil not ask, but i think you have the same style as me and Bula. :smilie_laugh:

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Blacks have the most distinct hair in the world...so of course women feel that they should change it to fit in. It's as if the social pressure eases a bit if you have a perm or flat iron. Dua Afe, I admire the painting that you posted.

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Nothing turns me on like a Sista with short natural hair, come to think of it...that explains why i haven't been turned on in ages.

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Nothing turns me on like a Sista with short natural hair, come to think of it...that explains why i haven't been turned on in ages.

aw.., so sorry

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Nothing turns me on like a Sista with short natural hair, come to think of it...that explains why i haven't been turned on in ages.

:smilie_laugh::smilie_laugh::smilie_laugh::smilie_laugh:

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Dua Afe, is your hair short n natural, permed, braided or jerry curls?

Oh, since you like short hair I don’t think my hair will turn u on :smilie_laugh: lol…

My hair is BA (Big Afro) all natural no chemical/manipulation.

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Wow, I haven't seen a big afro in a long time.

Dua Afe, you in particular do not need short hair to turn me on, the Pan Africanist in you is enough to do that.

Keep that hair natural, good job!

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Wow, I haven't seen a big afro in a long time.

Dua Afe, you in particular do not need short hair to turn me on, the Pan Africanist in you is enough to do that.

Keep that hair natural, good job!

Ageii, ageii, I like the raps in this thread :smilie_laugh::smilie_laugh::smilie_laugh:

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Here comes Alonte at the beginning of the month to stir up dust in people's eyes, again.

Alonte, I hope you know it can be treacherous poking fun at a moderator...hehehe.

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I'd like to keep my natural hair because i am sick and tired of sitting down for hours and later having a terrible headche just for the sake of having a nice hair-do. My problem is that after I had colored my hair, I have started to lose it. I don't know what to do to stop it from breaking. if it goes on like this I might become totally bald! :cray: someone help me!

I think Ghanaians have got a very beautiful hair. No stunted hair gorwth and most of all it is very healthy!

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Theirs nothing uglier than our women with all those stupid wigs

one day its red, next day its brown, the following day its blonde

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Wow, I haven't seen a big afro in a long time.

Dua Afe, you in particular do not need short hair to turn me on, the Pan Africanist in you is enough to do that.

Keep that hair natural, good job!

Ageii, ageii, I like the raps in this thread :smilie_laugh::smilie_laugh::smilie_laugh:

lol...

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I'd like to keep my natural hair because i am sick and tired of sitting down for hours and later having a terrible headche just for the sake of having a nice hair-do. My problem is that after I had colored my hair, I have started to lose it. I don't know what to do to stop it from breaking. if it goes on like this I might become totally bald! :cray: someone help me!

I think Ghanaians have got a very beautiful hair. No stunted hair gorwth and most of all it is very healthy!

If you are serious about going natural I will suggest cutting it all off or cutting a bit of your perm hair every month.

I am into using natural products as much as possible and have experimented with a lot of products which sometimes are also eatable :smilie_laugh: lol..

To colour hair= henna or indigo

Hair conditioner (homemade) = amla powder/oil , shearbutter

Shampoo= blacksoap (alata semina)

Henna can also be use as hair conditioner and also to help the breakage

Avocado and coconut is also very good if you have split ends

Well if you want recipes or more information I will be happy to help yeah :-)

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Dua Afe, is your hair short n natural, permed, braided or jerry curls?

Oh, since you like short hair I don’t think my hair will turn u on :smilie_laugh: lol…

My hair is BA (Big Afro) all natural no chemical/manipulation.

Dua Afe, you picked the right adinkra symbol for your :afro: !!! :lol: I used to wear mine in an afro puff but it became too much to manage. :rolleyes: So I cut it really low and kept that for several months. Now I am growing it back.

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What happens after you grow it back? another BA?

P.S. Whatever happened to Dua Afe, I hope her hair's been treating her well lately!

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What happens after you grow it back? another BA?

P.S. Whatever happened to Dua Afe, I hope her hair's been treating her well lately!

Probably not... I think I'm going to keep it braided and twisted from now on.

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Dua Afe, is your hair short n natural, permed, braided or jerry curls?

Oh, since you like short hair I don’t think my hair will turn u on :smilie_laugh: lol…

My hair is BA (Big Afro) all natural no chemical/manipulation.

Dua Afe, you picked the right adinkra symbol for your :afro: !!! :lol: I used to wear mine in an afro puff but it became too much to manage. :rolleyes: So I cut it really low and kept that for several months. Now I am growing it back.

thanks :afro:

I've cute my hair too, but I can still but it in a puff

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DO YOU WANT SOME SERIOUS HAIR TALK !!!

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AFROHAIR

[Extract Taken from page 43 volume 1 - afronauts.pdf]

African people must now embrace the science of your hair 9 ether when your

hair curls it forms a circle. This is your scientific link to all space-time and

matter. As everything in existence is made up of atoms, which are in the

shape of a circle, the sun, the planets, blood cells etc are all circles the curl of

your hair in to a circle is your genetic link to the creation of the universe itself.

You are closer to the genetic peak of what human beings can evolve in to on

earth more than any other race. The hair symbolises creation itself the dot,

the line and the circle must have existed before the atom. The fundamentals

of all existence within a three dimensional plane.

A hair that curls into a circle is the physical representation of all existence in

man. It is a symbol recognised throughout all the boundless universes. All

planets, all stars, all atoms, gas particles, blood cells indeed all existence for

they are all circles. Your curly woolly hair is the link to everything - absolute

nature. All humans are tied to absolute nature as the dot and the line are

covered by all races (see hair diagram) but the curl of the hair into the circle is

the completion of 360 degrees – absolute as anything that travels the line of

the circle will travel forever. It represents a universal template in reality itself

the nature of nature. Understand that if the circle curl of woolly hair is a

universal symbol and all suns and planets are circles, then you are genetically

tied to the creation period of the universe. Remember you are people of the

sun with skin that is protected from the sun more than others – can you see

the link. Know that because your hair grows up to the sun you are tied to the

universal ecosystem of nature as every plant/tree grows up to the sun as well.

This is why you are the manifestation of nature in human flesh. See from the

stem of the hair which eventually curls in to a circle overall makes the 9

shape. This 9 shape as stated; being tied to nature through the circle

becomes the human representation of 9 ether on earth, as life force gases

had to exist to create all existence including the creation of this solar system.

These are hints to the science of your woolly hair that will never be taught by

Caucasian – please understand that.

One of the best things you can do in serving your God or nature is respecting

it. This means respecting the environment, which was made by nature

(neteru), or God. Now understand this doesn’t just relate to looking after

animals, forestry, reducing CFG gases etc. It also implies to the agreeable

treatment of all solids, liquids and gases needed to preserve pro-life forces.

These life forces include forestry, water and most importantly the human

species. For a human to actually look after themselves through good dieting

and health in their original state preserves the positioning that nature or God

genetically gave that individual. Now understand that when you destroy your

own body through drugs, preventable diseases etc you are also helping to

destroy nature itself. This is because you are a part of nature. To harm

yourself you are actually aligning yourself with the negative death forces

within absolute nature. This is why suicide is negative you are sacrificing your

own existence to the death forces within absolute nature. To eat healthy, diet

correctly, stay fit enhances your own life which represent the positive force of

absolute nature. Now this also includes the physical appearance. It is very

concerning the regression of the woolly hair in the west especially the US. If

your god loves you, is all knowing, created everything, then why would you

change how he made you. Lets be serious ! You are rejecting the way god /

nature made you and are following the Caucasian appearance. Now

overstand the laws of opposites exists on different facets of reality. The

opposite physical appearance to the Nubian race is the Caucasian race.

Someone here represents life forces the other death forces. Who is it ? Let’s

see. The woolly hair to become straight needs a heat or chemical reaction

that destroys proteins in the hair follicles which maintain the genetic properties

needed in hair growth up to the sun. The destruction of the hair proteins is a

genetic death. Nubian women are aligning themselves with death forces – anti

nature as you are killing off the genetic ties with nature. Nubian women are

continually tempted by their own black actresses, music artists and models to

change their hair – the eve syndrome (temptation) – they be-lie-eve (belief) it

is an improvement. Now please understand it is liberalism within marketing

that makes you think this is normal. Suppression within our race is still running

rampant and this marketing enforces it. Another brainwashing technique they

use is to show you African women with woolly hair in the poorest conditions

on TV they also show homeless black or insane women with woolly hair. The

reality is they don’t have the time to look after their hair in its woolly state

simply because they are just trying to stay alive. Many Nubian women rebel

against this physical positioning the media has giving our women with woolly

hair. Nubian women must realise that you are following someone else’s image

of beauty.

The elite of the Nubian women are those in their original image as it was

women in this image who were the first beings who evolved from water to give

birth to all human species. Though scientist working for government agencies

are now trying to link the birth of mankind with Asia. They are trying to alter

history as you read this. Nubian women you are in a league of your own when

you are in your natural state. When Nubian women take on Caucasian traits

(straight hair / dyed hair / contact lenses) you give positioning power to

Caucasian women. The beauty of women will be based on their terms. They

will only guide you further away from your natural state. The suppression of

Nubians is continually enforced through black hair products like Dark &

Lovely. The lovely element to them must represent the straightening of the

hair as you are dark by nature. Amongst women the physical leader of the

straightened hair is the white women whose race due to their weakness of

genes and genetic mutations has the most variety of hair and eye colours.

They have successfully converted the other races in to thinking this is an

advantage in beauty when the variation appearance reflects a weakness in

genes. The spiritual leader of the straightened hair is the Asian Indian woman.

Liberal white women all get their spirituality from East Indian cultures. The

spiritual unification of the Asians is taking place right now the Caucasians and

the Indian Asians are joining their spiritual forces to go against the sun

movement. On a social level this is seen in the Caucasian women and her

followers adapting to Indian fashion. On an economic level this is seen in the

west building tighter links and joint ventures with India and Pakistan. It is also

seen through the growth of small retail businesses throughout the world. They

are a genetic family unit – the Caucasian and Asian.

[Extract Taken from page 43 volume 1 - afronauts.pdf]

peace

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stoneclass after you finish reading these articles can you please summarize it also, i was interested in the hair article but i couldn't read beyond the first paragraph as i didn't get the gist of where the article is heading. i was hoping to read about some of the best kept secrets about styling natural hair when you have run through all the things you could possibly do as i dont want to cut my hair again.!

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