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Nubian-Melaninite Hair: Kingly Not Kinky

Genetically speaking, Nubian-Melaninite hair is stronger in all of its attributes.

Even though, it is often described in negative ways such as kinky, nappy, coarse, brittle, dry, nappy, knotty and wiry. This is done intentionally to make Nubian-Melaninites hate their own hair. This starts from a young age and it can be seen by the advertisements aimed at children wearing, perms, conks and the like.

In magazines, they include children wearing make up and dressed as adults. This is a brainwashing technique used to instill an inferiority complex that, in some cases, can not be repaired.

In a article featured in Hair Magazine, Dec. 1996, pg. 21, it reads, "...A blow dryer with a comb attachment may be used to take out kinks and to lightly press the hair." See the subliminal message? The word kink is defined by as, "a difficulty or defect" and kinky as, "weird, bizarre, etc.; specifically sexually abnormal."

Nubian-Melaninites should not use the word kink or kinky when describing our hair. Many of us have lost touch with nature by processing our crown. There is strength in our hair and it is in tune with the sun when in its natural state. 

When processing hair, you are killing or burning away its natural essence and, therefore, killing a part of yourself. Your hair is a receiver of energy that flows through the universe.

Unfortunately, beauty is associated with straight hair in Western culture. So people like Madame C. J. Walker who was a very successful person however, she must share in the responsibility for Nubian-Melaninites hating themselves.

Now, no lye perms are being promoted as if its okay to have straight hair when your hair is a receiver of energy that flows throughout the universe. Don't stretch your hair or change it from its natural state. Remember, man is not smarter than nature and anything healthy grows toward the sun.

Now that we are in the sun cycle, it is of the utmost importance that you are in tune with the sun and the universe. Now is the time to retake your kingdoms and empires. You can't play Nubian-Melaninite while looking pale. it has to be in your soul.

Nubian-Melaninites do not have a split-end problem. The hair that is at the end of your head has nothing to do with the scalp or root. A healthy, well taken care of scalp produces healthy hair. Split-ends are a problem for straight haired people and it makes their hair look fizzy.

When Nubian-Melaninites are exposed to the sun, our hair draws up and becomes kingly. This allows you to get charged with energy from the outer sun called solar. We also have an inner sun called the solar plexus.

The pores in your scalp are open and breathing. Every time you put grease and chemicals in your hair, it clogs your pores. Nubian-Melaninites need only to put natural light oil on our scalps every two or three months. Unfortunately, we've piled on so many chemicals into our hair it now depends on it. Stop using these destroying agents and let your hair readjust to the way its suppose to be. You should do the same with your skin and stop smothering it with lotions, creams, etc.

If you feel that you cannot wear your hair in a natural fashion, it means you can't wear it the way the Creator intended it to be worn. Also, perhaps you have a laziness problem and not a hair problem.

Notice how at birth a baby's hair is usually straight but, in time, as the child grows their hair becomes firm and kingly. This is due to Keratin which gives hair strength and is sensitive to electrical impulses.

Be sure to use natural soaps and shampoos to keep your kingly crown clean such as almond oil, aloe vera, coconut oil and olive oil. You can test oils by applying some to your palm and wash it with shampoo. If oil remains, the shampoo isn't working.

One other thing, our hair comes out when we comb it because it isn't anchored like people with straight hair. Every Nubian-Melaninite should protect and maintain their kingly hair and not think of it as kinky!

Nubian-Melaninite hair is a gift from An-Naay-RE!