Genetic Genealogy is giving us glimpses into the past, and possibly clues as to origins of some civilizations here on Earth. I was as surprised as
anyone to see the connections that a true science has given me. It is my theory that these clues can show a deeper history, and provide clues about
the Annunaki. This is the story of my genetic genealogy, so I will take you through the chronology of my finds. The earliest stem back years ago,
and the most recent ones are just from the last week.
Years ago, I had my DNA tested for both the Y-chromosome and Mitochondrial comparisons. This is not the test from Ancestry that tells you who your
cousins "might" be. That is called Familiar testing. I paid for the more precise Autosomal testing that would give precise haplogroups as a test
result. These haplogroups are similar to a blood type, but it is a traceable line of mutations back thousands of years. Even these first preliminary
results were intriguing.
My results first said that my male line haplogroup was E-V13, and then it was corrected to E-L117. This was not a correction, as the E-L117 was
simply a more precise group that diverged from E-V13. National Genographic lists me as E-L542, but the much more in depth FamilyTreeDNA tests lists
me as E-BY6201. I did a much more in depth test through FamilyTree DNA, so this will be more accurate. Regardless which specific haplogroup, they
all are descendants from E-V13. Just being an E haplogroup was fascinating to me.
"Haplogroup E is an African lineage. It is currently believed that this haplogroup dispersed south from northern Africa with the Bantu agricultural
expansion. E is also the most common lineage among African Americans. It is a diverse haplogroup with many branches and is found distributed
throughout Africa today. It is also found at a very low frequency in North Africa and the Middle East." This African lineage really rocked my world.
I had always been interested in African history and conspiracies, with speakers like Steven Cokeley feeling like they were speaking very important
truths. But, I am white, with loads of European ancestry. It was difficult to believe that my male line was African. This was indisputable proof
that I am African American, which is a claim that many blacks did not appreciate hearing (because of my skin color). This is how trivial society has
become. Our true history will be revealed by looking into much more than just skin color.
When ancient civilizations are discussed, there are a few races that are brought up more frequently. Some of the most frequent are the Dogon Tribe,
Egyptians, and the Sumerians. I propose that there is evidence to show that these civilizations are connected. What is that evidence? The evidence
is me. It is my bloodline, my genetic testing and the research done with it's findings that can draw these connections. Is it absolute proof? I
will let you decide that, but there is always room to suspect that any science "could" have errors in it. I propose that this genetic genealogy is
more honest and less susceptible to lie and deception than oral history.
I was always flabbergasted by the results from FamilyTree. They showed ancient origins around the Ethiopia area, and that excited me. I am a long
time researcher into Templars and the Ark of the Covenant, and Ethiopia is one area where the Ark may have been taken. But, that line of research was
assumptive. I was led into research into E-V13 haplogroup.
During E-V13 research, I found out that it was likely a Hamitic line. I didn't know much about this, so I had to research much more. A website that
came up really blew my mind. They propose that all EV13 are actually descendants of Nimrod! I was a fan of Sumerian research, but I would never have
thought to consider the chance that I was descendant of Nimrod. I eventually shrugged off this connection, as there was no proof. It was very
interesting, though. Here is the website that proposes EV13 is Nimrod descendants (and other neat info)
I didn't connect the dots until National Genographic project updated their results. It was recently that Nat Geo included what they call "Genius
Matches". Here, they match your ancestry to that of known historical figures and geniuses. This is where my mind was blown. National Geographic
matched my male line to that of King Tut. Sometime between 65 thousand and 120 thousand years ago, we have the same ancestor. My mind immediately
made the connection. This means that I am from the same family as the Pharaohs of Egypt. We are one in the same. Whether we are cousins is beside
the point, because we have the same grandfathers and the same origin.
Diving deeper into Nat Geo results, I found some very compelling information about my descent:
"Today, this lineage and its descendant branches are present in Africa, Asia, and Europe. In Africa, it has high frequencies in Bantu populations: 83
percent of Bantus from Kenya, 86 percent of Bantus from Tanzania and Gabon, and 97 percent of Bantus from the Congo. They are 76 percent of the Zulu
population. They make up 91 percent of the Dogon male population. They are also 92 percent of Yoruban male lineages.
In West Asia, the frequencies from one population to the next are more varied. Among Arab populations, frequencies are moderate to high: 17 percent in
Sudan, 26 percent in Lebanon, 52 percent in Libya, and 8 percent in Qatar. It is between 12 and 23 percent of Jewish populations, and it contributes
to 80 to 92 percent of Berber populations.
In Europe, its frequencies are highest in the South and the East. It is 13 to 17 percent of Italian male lineages. It is about 17 percent of the
Serbian male population. It is 2 percent of Belgian, Finnish, and Irish male lineages.
When I connected that my male line was basically the same as 91 percent of all Dogon males, my mind was blown. Not only could I consider myself
"almost" Dogon, I could then connect these tribes back to Egypt and possibly Nimrod. This is scientific evidence to link the Bantus, the Zulus, The
Dogons, the Yorubans, and the Berber Tribes all together. I firmly believe that all of these tribes have the same ancient ancestor as the Egyptians.
Here is where some recent research opened my eyes to the further connections.
The creation stories from these tribes are all very interesting.
Bantu - www.sacred-texts.com...
Dogon - www.gateway-africa.com...
Yoruba - www.gateway-africa.com...
Berber - atlantisonline.smfforfree2.com...
Here's an interesting article on the similarities of the Dogon and Zulu creation myths - spiritofmaat.com...
And a neat article on the Living Descendants of Ancient Egyptians - www.allempires.com...
Very interestingly, the Bantu say that they came from the Annu people. There is a scientific connection between Egypt and the Bantus, and we all
suspect that Egyptians have an Annunaki connection. Is it possible that the Bantu's ancestors were the Annunaki? I find it highly plausible,
especially considering all of the other connections.