Nazarene Space

In the Gospel According to the Hebrews,  Yahusha says:


"My Mother, Ruach HaQadosh took me just now by one of my hairs and carried me off to the great mount Tabor,"


While i don't discount the possibility that only one of Yahusha's hairs could have supernaturally supported his weight, this sounds to me like an idiom.  Does anyone have any information about how the idiom of "took me by one of my hairs" has been used historically in other Hebraic contexts?

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It is used in Ezekiel, I believe.
He stretched out what looked like a hand and took me by the hair of my head. The Spirit lifted me up between earth and heaven and in visions of God he took me to Jerusalem, to the entrance to the north gate of the inner court, where the idol that provokes to jealousy stood. (Ezekiel 8:3)

The phrase given as "hair of my head" is צִיצִ֣ת רֹאשִׁ֑י

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