The Nigerian society frowns at adultery. The Yoruba ethnic group has an amazing juju (black magic) called Magun for adulterers and on most occasions, the result isn’t palatable as the offender could lose his life.
The Magun is placed in a married woman without her being aware of it either by her husband or his family. In the event that she commits adultery, her lover could wind up losing his life or getting stuck while in the act.
A few beliefs and traditions in Yoruba land have always been feared and revered. However, with the advent of more scientific explanations, things have changed. Here’s all you need to think about the
Juju is a spiritual conviction very basic in Nigeria and West Africa. In Yoruba land, there are many types of juju that are accomplished for various reasons, which range from the search for equity or reprisal to more egotistical reasons. The Magun is one of those charms.
In Yoruba land, any type of adultery is viewed as taboo and some are attached to taking precautions to control indiscrimination. However, are we certain that this charm is real, or is there a scientific explanation?
What is Magun in Yoruba conviction?
In the Yoruba culture of the Western area of Nigeria, the strange tradition of Magun means “don’t climb”. It is done to limit either man or woman from s£xual wantonness.
Parents can place magun on their daughters to hold them back from being wanton and rebuff anyone who rapes them, or it very well may be finished by in-laws, lovers, life partners to hold husbands or wives back from being unfaithful.
The magun is usually laid without the assent and/or precariously. A broomstick or thread can be placed on a doorstep or walkway for the woman to get over. Nevertheless, the outcome can be very deadly.
A woman with this spell that is unfaithful can get ridden with strange sicknesses, bubbles, smallpox, or increased sweating, and could eventually bite the dust.
A man with the spell who cheats could wind up crowing like a chicken, enlargement of the private part, headaches, convulsions, or somersaulting.
However, the most widely recognized manifestation of this charm happens when a lady laid with the spell commits adultery, the p£nis of the lover gets stuck in the v*gina with severe pains until the husband comes to cancel the spell.
The magun marvel is apparently not one of a kind to Nigeria. There have been cases in other nations like Kenya and Zimbabwe, the marvel is called Runyoka.
There have been some scientific explanations that attempt to explain this marvel. The first is P£nis Captivus, a rare event in heteros£xual intercourse when the muscles in the v*gina clamp down on the p£nis substantially more solidly than usual, or because of an engorged p£nis, making it unthinkable for the p£nis to withdraw from the v*gina.
Another is V*ginismus which happens when a woman has s£xual intercourse with blame. This may cause the physiology of the woman to be altered so the v*gina tightens around the p£nis in a series of spasms.
Whichever the case, there is still some mystery surrounding magun, because by what other method can you explain the requirement for the husband to cancel the charm?
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