Telegony is an ancient belief that traits from past mates could be passed to offspring sired by other men. Starting with Aristotle, it was thought to be discredited by the advent of genetics. However, a recent discovery has found that telegony is true - at least for a species of fly. From what I've read, telegony can happen if the woman was pregnant prior. So male sperm entering the woman's body may not be sufficient for telegony. It is supposed to be fetal DNA from a prior pregnancy which can mix into the woman's remaining ova and result in a different man siring offspring with traits from offspring of a different male.
It hasn't been proven to happen in humans, but I am certain it happens with them also. And this is another reason why men should never accept a non-virgin as a bride. The ancients were correct and were wise beyond what the sciences of their times could reveal. For any man on the fence about what kind of woman you would accept as a wife, you should pay attention to this.
Re: New Telegony Discovery Shows Why Non-Virigns Are Not Acceptable As Wives
Scientific and cultural evidence continues to pile up and, rather overwhelmingly, supports the need for a change in our current day system and style of living. They tell you not to fix that which is not broken, but by 'fixing' a lot of things that in the old days worked just fine, liberals have successfully broken society. Only now that it is too late, people are beginning to realize the true extent of the tragedy that is on our hands.