What is incest in one place is not incest in another place

By Azuka Onwuka

The ancient Igbos understood the science of genetics better than the Israelites of the Bible, the ancient Egyptians, the English, the Italians, the Arabs, and many other old cultures in Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americas. While these cultures allowed their people to marry even their first cousins (to maintain the bloodline), the Igbo culture made it alį»„ or abomination (a serious offence against the Earth goddess) for one to marry anybody related by blood even to the 7th generation or more. Continue reading “What is incest in one place is not incest in another place”