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Ancient Hebrew: Hair, Head-Coverings and the Chain of Command

IEUE's men should have short hair (unless they are NaZIRIM [Nazarites]), and pray and prophesy with their heads uncovered. IEUE's women (NaZaRIM and non-NaZIRIM) should have long hair and pray and prophesy with their heads covered. These are all spiritual symbols of the chain of command that IEUE has established under ideal conditions on Earth—that is, except for the hair of both male and female NaZIRIM which represents set-apartness to IEUE (as an unpruned vine [also called a NaZIR] does in the SHaBaTical year, laid out by IEUE through MaSHE [Moses] in UIQaRA [Leviticus] 25:1—7), and overrides the hair being a symbol of the chain of authority. Being holy always comes before being in authority.

Here is an eight page pdf commentary on 1 Corinthians 11:2-16 that attempts to explain why this is so.
Hair, Head-Coverings & the Chain of Command JEM.pdf

Article Last Updated Jun 28, 2010.

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Comment by Jane E Lythgoe on September 7, 2009 at 16:27

Conrad. I think the doughnut and crown shapes of the KENIM (aka Kohenim) and MaLaKIM (Kings) head-gear was determined by the requirement to pray and prophesy.


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