This prejudice against long hair continues in the military although there have been exceptions to this such as in the German Bundeswehr between 1971-1972 when long hair was for a while permitted to reflect the changing times. This further validates my assertions in the past that the modern soldier is an entirely different concept from the ancient Germanic warrior who did not require a uniform or all this silly marching on asphalt. It is ironic that the terrorists which ZOG's soldiers fight do very well without the need for uniforms, short hair or parade ground drill. What animates them instead is an ideology, islam which is ultimately a more powerful motivating factor than the vanities which drive the modern democratic soldier. The Waffen SS wore uniforms of course and were a disciplined organisation but what set them apart from the Wehrmacht was the fact that they were ideologically driven by National Socialism and the call of the blood. They did not have the same restrictions placed upon them whilst in the field of combat as the Wehrmacht and were encouraged to think for themselves and to assume the responsibilities of the rank above them when required.
I would now like to turn my attention to the troubling issue of short hair amongst Germanic women. One often notices that women in their 40s and 50s start to cut their hair short, losing whatever femininity they have left to the extent that they begin to resemble men. No doubt this is all connected with the insidious pressures exerted by the femininist movement who would seek an entire reversal of roles with men taking on the domestic role whilst they outmen the men in their relentless climb up their slippery corporate ladders to seek the psychological validation that they are told by the media that they need and lack.
Young women often can get away with short hair if they are attractive but when they begin to age they too will appear more masculine in appearance. Long hair enables a woman to maintain her femininity into old age. The typical styles that a modern Germanic woman can adopt may be found in images of women and girls from the Third Reich who were encouraged to adopt traditional styles.
Let us not forget that the ancients believed that hair contained certain magical and sacral properties. Women in particular were viewed as being closer to the spiritual and the unseen in prextian Germanic society. Tacitus referred to this belief in Germania 8.2:
"Not only that, they even think that there is in them some holy and prophetic force, and they neither scorn their advice nor ignore their utterances. In the days of the Divine Vespasian we saw how Veleda was long esteemed by many as a supernatural power, and they have in the past revered Aurinia also, and many others: not like sycophants, though, making them gods." (Rives translation)
"More than this, they believe that there resides in women an element of holiness and a gift of prophecy; and so they do not scorn to ask their advice, or lightly disregard their replies. In the reign of the emperor Vespasian we saw Veleda long honoured by many Germans as a divinity; and even earlier they showed reverence for Aurinia and a number of others-a reverance untainted by servile flattery or any pretence of turning women into goddesses." (Mattingly & Handford)
I believe that long hair enhances our 5 known senses and also it acts as antennae for receiving spiritual and psychic impulses. I am thinking in particular of the Vrilerinnen of the Vril Gesellschaft, the mystical counterpart to the Thule Gesellschaft and originally called the Alldeutsche Gesellschaft für Metaphysik (Pan-German Society for Metaphysics), led by the half Croation and half Austro-German medium Maria Orsitsch or Orsic. Maria was born in Wien in 1895 and mysteriously disappeared after the war finished in 1945. Maria and the other mediums of the Vril Society were known for their long hair, often tied back in a pony tail, unusual for the time.