Monday, July 1, 2013


King Solomon Married His Mother

The Biblical kings through the line of David were required to sleep with their mother's in order to prove their ability to fertilize the land. The entire book, The Song of Solomon is a celebration of such incest. What evidence exists to back up such claims?

The Bible claims the maiden Abishag was chosen for her beauty, to engender “heat” in the aged King David (1 Kings 1:2). This “heat” was not mere warmth, but the sacred fire of sexual potency, without which no king could be allowed to rule. If an impotent king were kept in office, his land would become barren. Hence, when David failed to “know” Abishag, a more virile prince (Adonijah) immediately prepared to assume the throne, and “exalted himself saying, I will be king” (1 Kings 1:5). David’s death occurred with suggestive promptness after his failure of the virility test.

 Abishag’s name might be related to the Hindu Abhiseka ceremony, the anointing of kings with the sacred fluid of the Goddess Sarasvati.[1] Front China to the Mediterranean, ancient kings derived their legitimation from a mating with the Goddess through her priestess surrogate.[2] Mesopotamian kings and their deified souls, the gods, were constantly described as “beloved” of the Goddess known as creatress of the earth and “maker of fate, she who decrees the fate of men and gods.”[3] Like the eastern Goddess, Abishag represented the land in the same was as Solomon’s bride, whose mating was chronicled in the requisite intimate detail by the Song of Solomon.

After David’s death, the queen mother chose between rival candidates Solomon and Adonijah. She crowned Solomon with her own hands (Song of Solomon 3:11), after the custom of royal women whose business it was to enthrone or depose kings, as in India, Egypt, and the lands of the Fertile Crescent.[4] However, Adonijah still had designs on the throne, as shown by his request for the hand of Abishag in marriage. To prevent this symbolically and politically significant marriage from taking place, Solomon had Adonijah murdered (1 Kings 2:17-25). The Bible fails to explain Solomon’s strangely violent reaction to Adonijah’s request; but it can only have meant that the crown was at stake. This in turn shows that the sexual union with his mother, Abishag, was a prerequisite for royal office.

A Mother's Love
It's from Lot's Cave of course
The Bible shows instance after instance of incest. Yes, all incest except between father and daughter appears to be banned by Mosaic Law, but I cannot find one example anywhere out of over 600 places in the Bible where incest is discussed that God in any way punishes it. In fact, as often as not, he seems to bless any offspring resulting from the union. What's up with this?

[1] Gaster, 514.
[2] Boulding, 191.
[3] Pritchard, A.N.E. 1,65; 2, 17, 21, 135, 202.
[4] Boulding, 210.

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Incest is Normal Among Family Members!

How normal is incest among families in the USA? You might be surprised. Can we agree that if 'most' people do a certain thing, as in more than 50 percent, then that thing is 'normal'? Incest is supposed to be "taboo" in most cultures, yet, the incest experience happens with extreme frequency. Psychologists Jean and Neal Mastellone have conducted studies that show 70% or more all people have been involved in a long-term sexual experience with at least one of their parents. They report that incest and parental sex are rampant in the vast majority of families.

This statistic does not even try to add incest between brothers and sisters to the percentage. Nor does it count short-term incest where sex is limited to a few encounters. Consider: if 70% of the population is involved in long-term parent child incest, then add sibling incest and add short term sexual relationships only occurring a few times into the total incest equation. Logically, the true UNREPORTED incest rates must really be above 80% of the population.

So if 80% percent of any population are doing a particular thing, then obviously that thing is “normal”; and as such, incest is definitely normal.

However nearly all incestuous family members strongly deny ever having been involved in incest.  Those who partake in the ecstasy of incest universally say, “It never happened”. You see, the real taboo regarding incest seems to be talking about a sexual experience that is above normal and quite widespread. “What never happened” appears to occur worldwide in the majority of households according to experts and psychologists.

It is highly likely, ironically,  that every incestuous parent as a child had an incestuous sexual relationship with his or her own parents. Nearly all incestuous parents would never purposely hurt their children sexually. They simply do not consider having parent child sex to be a harmful sexual activity.

History usually repeats itself.

Psychologists and experts often report the politically correct viewpoint that incest causes devastating negative effects that relate to this humiliating and degrading experience. But Lot's Cave asks how can what is normal in most families be considered devastating? It only seems to devastate a very small percentage of people who negatively report incestuous encounters around 2 percent of the time.

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What is Incest?

Why does the Holy Bible encourage father-daughter incest while prohibiting mother-son incest?
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Are some forms of incest legal while other incest illegal, or is all incest illegal? Is incest between immediate family members legal anywhere in the United States (USA)?

California allows cousins to marry while 23 other states do not. Are these marriages incestuous even though legal? If so, then some forms of incest are legal while other forms are not. If I marry my cousin legally in California, then move to a state where cousin marriages are illegal, am I still lawfully married?

So what is Incest? Do moral definitions of incest vary according to arbitrarily drawn geographic state lines, or by legally defined right and wrong? Who’s definition of incest can we use if everyone defines it differently and no standard definition exists that can be applied across the board morally, legally, and socially?

How can government identify incest, or even provide valid statistical measures, when no standard definition exists? Lots Cave we defy sexual taboos in the belief that ‘incest is relative’, pun intended.