The mammals of the early Cenozoic lived on land, under the water, in the air, and among the treetops. They had from one to eleven pairs of mammary glands, and all were covered with considerable hair. 
Parts of the human body were looked upon as potential fetishes, particularly the hair and nails. Magical charms were concocted from a great variety of things: human flesh, tiger claws, crocodile teeth, poison plant seeds, snake venom, and human hair.  Since anything connected with the body could become a fetish, the earliest magic had to do with hair and nails.  Shaving the head and cutting the hair were likewise forms of religious devotion. 
The shadow of a hair’s turning, premeditated for an untrue purpose, the slightest twisting or perversion of that which is principle—these constitute falseness. 
An unnamed woman, who was known as the keeper of a brothel in Jerusalem, anointed Jesus' feet with perfumed lotion and then dried them with her hair. This woman wear her hair down—the badge of harlotry. 
When Jesus gave an example on how God lnows all things, he said: “The very hairs of your head are numbered”. In other occasion he explained that angels does not spend her time counting them. They posses inherent and automatic powers of knowing suche things.