Avem un tânăr savant de pe internet, din Slobozia, care dă această definiție a „telegoniei”.
Și-acum, în cealaltă parte a bulei de internet, aflăm că o parte din colegii noștri de țară nu trăiesc în Evul Mediu ci, mai nasol, în antichitate.
„How ancient these beliefs are is suggested in the Book of Genesis, in which Laban produced spotted or striped progeny in sheep by showing the pregnant ewes striped hazel rods. Another such belief is “telegony,” which goes back to Aristotle; it alleged that the heredity of an individual is influenced not only by his father but also by males with whom the female may have mated and who have caused previous pregnancies”. (encyclopedia britanica)
Și pe ce filieră vine.
Telegony influenced late 19th-century racialist discourse: a woman who had once had a child with a non-Aryan man, it was argued, could never have a “pure” Aryan child again. This idea was adopted by the Nazis. (…) Telegony re-emerged within post-Soviet Russian Orthodoxy. Virginity and Telegony: The Orthodox church and modern science of genetic inversions was published in 2004. Pravda.ru gave an overview of the concept and a brief review of the book, saying that the authors invented “scary and incredible stories” to “make women be very careful about their sexual contacts” and that the idea was being used by the Church to scare the faithful (sursa) . Anna Kuznetsova, who was appointed Children’s Rights Commissioner for the Russian Federation in 2016, had said several years earlier that she believes in the concept, amongst other fringe views. (wikipedia)