You no hear say Indian hair pursue person for dream? For lovers of Human hair, caution is the order of the day. Rachel Edjeren is the MD/CEO of Rayzeds Media. She is a Producer, Presenter, Events & Celebrity Red Carpet Host, Public Relations (PR) Personnel/Consultant and an actress. She is the producer of the popular TV magazines ‘TRENDS & RACHEL’ and ‘YANAYIN ZAMANI da RACHEL’.she is based in Abuja. ”My sister inlaw came to pray with me last two years. She said she was experiencing ill luck during the week. So many nasty things happening to her.I prayed wit her and the Spirit led me to ask her what hair she had on, she said indian. I was led to tell her to remove it and not give out but pray and burn it. She obeyed and things went back to normal. Sometime after that, my hubby and i watched a documentary on how ladies in India sacrifice their hair to the gods if they have nothing else worthy to sacrifice. My husband likes human hair. So even though I like my full dreadlocks kind of hairstyles, I give him what he likes most times. I have done brazilian and Peruvian hair so thought to try something different and more natural which is Indian hair. Last weekend I ordered for it and made it. Prayed on it and believed it was fine. Yesterday night (march 14,2013)I had the strangest of dreams. I saw that I made a hair that allowed me to pack it thus project my face and make it look slimmer. All of a sudden, I got into a scuffle wit 3 people who began to chase me all over the place to kill me. I got off from them narrowly and ran into a market. There, a mad man began to chase me. I escaped him narrowly then 2 Molester-thugs came after me. All the while, I felt I was carrying someone else’s face. I ran into a house with people praying. The lady in charge there looked at me and showed me a picture of my self with my regular synthetic dread-like hair and said “but that is ur regular look, why are you carrying someone elses face. Then from no where another lovely lady came from outside, drew me to the corner and began to ask me about my look. She said “you are having problems with your hair right?” Whilst she was talking, I noticed something in her mouth; a bowl of cowries and the face of a Benin god,i looked closer and asked her what it was and why she had it. She said her man likes her because of that decor in her mouth—cowries and the face of a god like a shrine in one’s mouth? she also said that she is comfortable and that it’s beautiful. I woke up and prayed and immediately understood what the message was but didn’t want to let go of my cute human hair that cost so much. I decided to ask my husband because he interpretes dreams accurately. He immediately told me to remove the hair. At the same time, the Spirit told me to cut it off and not remove it gracefully bevause it tried to bring me shame and pain. Cut it off, anoint your head, anoint and pray on the hair to refute all ill and do not just throw it away but BURN IT. I obeyed. I have decided to only carry my natural hair or synthetic hair. This is because the Bible says; “The hair is the woman’s crowning glory”. Carrying another’s is like carrying the other person’s spirit. The worst is even Indian. Nothing wrong with Indians; They are beautiful and we love them especially in Films but those hairs sold are sacrifices to gods. Thus, they are cursed. There are loads of other human-looking hair made with synthetic in the market if you want that look or if you insist on wearing real human hair, try those from other Countries but pray on them and be ready to bear any consequence”.
You no hear say Indian hair pursue person for dream?

For lovers of Human hair, caution is the order of the day. Rachel Edjeren is the MD/CEO of Rayzeds Media. She is a Producer, Presenter, Events & Celebrity Red Carpet Host, Public Relations (PR) Personnel/Consultant and an actress. She is the producer of the popular TV magazines ‘TRENDS & RACHEL’ and ‘YANAYIN ZAMANI da RACHEL’.she is based in Abuja.

”My sister inlaw came to pray with me last two years. She said she was experiencing ill luck during the week. So many nasty things happening to her.I prayed wit her and the Spirit led me to ask her what hair she had on, she said indian. I was led to tell her to remove it and not give out but pray and burn it. She obeyed and things went back to normal. Sometime after that, my hubby and i watched a documentary on how ladies in India sacrifice their hair to the gods if they have nothing else worthy to sacrifice.

My husband likes human hair. So even though I like my full dreadlocks kind of hairstyles, I give him what he likes most times. I have done brazilian and Peruvian hair so thought to try something different and more natural which is Indian hair.
Last weekend I ordered for it and made it. Prayed on it and believed it was fine.

Yesterday night (march 14,2013)I had the strangest of dreams. I saw that I made a hair that allowed me to pack it thus project my face and make it look slimmer. All of a sudden, I got into a scuffle wit 3 people who began to chase me all over the place to kill me. I got off from them narrowly and ran into a market. There, a mad man began to chase me.

I escaped him narrowly then 2 Molester-thugs came after me. All the while, I felt I was carrying someone else’s face.

I ran into a house with people praying. The lady in charge there looked at me and showed me a picture of my self with my regular synthetic dread-like hair and said “but that is ur regular look, why are you carrying someone elses face. Then from no where another lovely lady came from outside, drew me to the corner and began to ask me about my look. She said “you are having problems with your hair right?” Whilst she was talking, I noticed something in her mouth; a bowl of cowries and the face of a Benin god,i looked closer and asked her what it was and why she had it.

She said her man likes her because of that decor in her mouth—cowries and the face of a god like a shrine in one’s mouth?
she also said that she is comfortable and that it’s beautiful.

I woke up and prayed and immediately understood what the message was but didn’t want to let go of my cute human hair that cost so much.

I decided to ask my husband because he interpretes dreams accurately.

He immediately told me to remove the hair. At the same time, the Spirit told me to cut it off and not remove it gracefully bevause it tried to bring me shame and pain.

Cut it off, anoint your head, anoint and pray on the hair to refute all ill and do not just throw it away but BURN IT. I obeyed.

I have decided to only carry my natural hair or synthetic hair.

This is because the Bible says; “The hair is the woman’s crowning glory”. Carrying another’s is like carrying the other person’s spirit. The worst is even Indian. Nothing wrong with Indians; They are beautiful and we love them especially in Films but those hairs sold are sacrifices to gods. Thus, they are cursed.

There are loads of other human-looking hair made with synthetic in the market if you want that look or if you insist on wearing real human hair, try those from other Countries but pray on them and be ready to bear any consequence”.
(culled from facebook)

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I STILL CAN'T OVERSTAND WHY OUR LADIES STILL HAVE TO WEAR OTHER PEOPLE'S HAIR THAT CAME WITH BAD LUCK AND COURSE ON THEM,IF YOU ARE A CHRISTIAN AS YOU CLAIM,WHY WEAR A BUDDHIST,HINDU,MUSLIM,AND ALL OTHER RELIGIOUS PEOPLE HAIR??? AND YOU ALSO CALL THEM PAGAN,BUT WEAR THEIR CROWN. WOW
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A History of Black Hair From the 1400s to Present. 1920s: Marcus Garvey, a black nationalist, urges followers to embrace their natural hair and reclaim an African aesthetic.
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1444: Europeans trade on the west coast of Africa with people wearing elaborate hairstyles, including locks, plaits and twists.
1619: First slaves brought to Jamestown; African language, culture and grooming tradition begin to disappear.
1700s: Calling black hair “wool,” many whites dehumanize slaves. The more elaborate African hairstyles cannot be retained.
1800s: Without the combs and herbal treatments used in Africa, slaves rely on bacon grease, butter and kerosene as hair conditioners and cleaners. Lighter-skinned, straight-haired slaves command higher prices at auction than darker, more kinky-haired ones. Internalizing color consciousness, blacks promote the idea that blacks with dark skin and kinky hair are less attractive and worth less.
1865: Slavery ends, but whites look upon black women who style their hair like white women as well-adjusted. “Good” hair becomes a prerequisite for entering certain schools, churches, social groups and business networks.
1880: Metal hot combs, invented in 1845 by the French, are readily available in the United States. The comb is heated and used to press and temporarily straighten kinky hair.
1900s: Madame C.J. Walker develops a range of hair-care products for black hair. She popularizes the press-and-curl style. Some criticize her for encouraging black women to look white.
1910: Walker is featured in the Guinness Book of Records as the first American female self-made millionaire.
1920s: Marcus Garvey, a black nationalist, urges followers to embrace their natural hair and reclaim an African aesthetic.
1954: George E. Johnson launches the Johnson Products Empire with Ultra Wave Hair Culture, a “permanent” hair straightener for men that can be applied at home. A women’s chemical straightener follows.
A History of Black Hair From the 1400s to Present
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In Chennai, India, a man gathers hair. India is the origin of much of the world’s superior-quality remy hair, which is in high demand for wigs and extensions. Remy is considered the highest quality human hair because it is harvested in a single cut, preserving the original orientation and giving hairpieces a natural look. Photos: Scott Carney

From a temple in India to American beauty salons, a global trade network spins hair into … Black Gold



Investigative journalist Scott Carney MA’04 spent five years researching The Red Market: On the Trail of the World’s Organ Brokers, Bone Thieves, Blood Farmers, and Child Traffickers. The book sheds light on the little-known and sometimes macabre trade in human body parts — from an Indian village where most of the impoverished residents have sold their kidneys, to body snatchers who steal bones from graves for use in medical schools and labs. This excerpt, one of the book’s chapters, deals with the demand for human hair — a global market that brings in $900 million annually. Carney, who lives in Long Beach, California, is a senior fellow at the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism. His work has appeared on NPR, BBC, and National Geographic TV, and in Mother Jones, Fast Company, Discover, and the New York Times Magazine.

An attendant peeping out of an old-fashioned bank-teller window stashes my shoes in a giant pile with a thousand other pairs. From here there is no way out. A ripe throng of humanity presses me through a series of wrought-iron gates, and I trip along crumbling bits of concrete. As we make the transition from the entranceway to the inner sanctum, cool white ceramic tiles replace the broken flooring. It takes fifteen minutes to inch my way forward through the herd of people pressed together like cattle to where a uniformed man in a booth hands me a paper token imprinted with a bar code and a picture of Venkateswara — an incarnation of the Hindu god Vishnu.

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Creamy Crack 19 FEB As women we KILL ourselves to fit an impossible standard of beauty. As, a woman who falls guilty to the same standards, I was shocked to find that a popular product used during my childhood could possibly be a source of uterine fibroids. Chemical relaxers or “ creamy crack” as they are playfully called, are a lotion/ creamy based hair styling substance composed of Sodium Hydroxide. This chemical has many negative effects. It is is used to break down the natural bond in hair and turn curly/coarse hair into straight and silky hair. The crack refers to the addiction women feel when their hair straight and the length we will go to ensure our hair is straight Relaxers are advised to be applied by a professional, but I like many other young African women have had my living room and kitchen turn into a hair salon and have them applied at home. The effects of this creamy crack include but are not limited to follicle damage, thinning and permanent hair loss! ( Why did I do this again?) These are all facts I knew but as I became more involved in science I started doing more research myself and I realized that relaxers or perms are doing more damage than I thought.Hydroxide does more than straighten you hair. It can burn the scalp and enter your blood stream. Sounds beautiful right? Hydroxide does more than straighten you hair. It can burn the scalp and enter your blood stream. Sounds beautiful right? So I stumble across an article posted on the internet saying that there is correlation between Uterine fibroids and Relaxers. Uterine Fibroids are reported highly in the African American female population. Read more about Fibroids here.. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0001912/ Uterine Fibroid Between 1997-2009, A Black Women’s Health study, was composed and they studied women in 17 states including, New York, California and Georgia. Scientists found higher levels of Fibroid diagnoses in women who used relaxers frequently. Like all research, biases must be taken into consideration. Polling black, women who already high cases of Fibroid diagnoses’ can skew results and how do you explain fibroids in White women, who have never used a relaxer? It is your job to ensure that products that you use are not killing you! As for me, I am thinking about my aunts, my cousins, and myself, all who have had fibroids and have used this “ creamy crack”. I’m done!! No more perms for me! Application Results What do you think? Check out the original article here http://aje.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2012/01/10/aje.kwr351.abstr

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These anti-Edo political organizations you folks went to join are the most anti-African - and Africans - in the world.

They're worse than anything; we obviously can't stop you though, even Ewuare II's manifest destiny lies in our own regional party.

We have egba Omo Oduduwa and so on, NPC, AG, the forerunner of them all NCNC and then now these cancers of today.

Stay "with them", but register for your most important election first: your local election, register Edo Political Front, and if you don't, vote the front.

No self respecting Edo will - in the future - find themselves the flag bearers and cheerleaders of foreign parties with indirect rule political and economic mandates, it just doesn't work.

No sane Edo person lives to "have the ear" of someone who doesn't have Edo at their heart.

The Supreme Court is the place to remove the frustration of these lethargic and "periodic" additions to the voting rolls; here - where I live - you can fill in the forms regarding changing your voter registration at the post office and other easy access places.

At the rate things are going we're going to find ourselves truly in decline as our populations suffer from simple things like protein deficiencies in children

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