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Hyperborean
24-07-14, 17:38
Hello fellow genetics "hobbyists" :)

Let us pretend I am cognitively retrograde and please have patience with me here...

Okay: first, here is the hard data from a reliable genetic testing company: I am positive for the SNPs M201 and P15.

I have been verified as being NEGATIVE for the following SNPs:

M285
M286
M342
P16
P18
P20

The lab document only states I am a descendent of G2 - no "a" is given, just "G2"... Is this standard? It is stated I probably originate of old from Iranian and Caucasian regions... This particular information fits very well with what I know from other empirical facts concerning my "personal scientific equation"...

Based on the above data, where am I exactly? Are these common numbers...?

And once a generous soul helps determine what sub-variation of G2 I belong to (?), - I am VASTLY interested in EVERY anthropological, ethnological, etc. aspect, meaning, interpretation and significance or role of this particular lineage...

I have read science papers declaring my paternal line is "Semitic", "Indo-European" or "Kurgan", and also "Indo-Hittite" (interesting term)... There does not seem to be a very solidified consensus as to the status and development of Y-DNA G2, from my preliminary reading - is this a correct conclusion? Is this a "borderland" haplo-group...?

I shall only mention I am, anthropologically, 1) Xanthochroid, so-called and 2) my paternal name is lower nobiliary in origin, equivalent to the feudal "castellan" and possibility of Sarmatian-knightly connections abound...

Hyperborean
24-07-14, 17:39
I am having some forum issues, I am web-moronic, forgive me...

Hyperborean
24-07-14, 17:58
My heritage is so "colorful", I know not what I am - I also have hints of a magisterial Judaic lineament in my family history... Something about an "exilarch"... I don't know... Then the Norman blood is the only one I know fully confidently (i.e. "North-man" -> Norseman -> Viking "arch-strategos" of Robert Guiscard, conqueror of Sicily - "arch-strategos" the letters patent style the office, translating to "warlord" basically; I imagine my ancestor was a wild berserk maniacal savage, sadly) - this Sicilian-Norman component I know is the one I can scientifically verify, but I am a synthesis I cannot decode... Sicilians are the most complex of peoples...

Kardu
09-08-14, 15:29
Hello fellow genetics "hobbyists" :)

Let us pretend I am cognitively retrograde and please have patience with me here...

Okay: first, here is the hard data from a reliable genetic testing company: I am positive for the SNPs M201 and P15.

I have been verified as being NEGATIVE for the following SNPs:

M285
M286
M342
P16
P18
P20

The lab document only states I am a descendent of G2 - no "a" is given, just "G2"... Is this standard? It is stated I probably originate of old from Iranian and Caucasian regions... This particular information fits very well with what I know from other empirical facts concerning my "personal scientific equation"...

Based on the above data, where am I exactly? Are these common numbers...?

And once a generous soul helps determine what sub-variation of G2 I belong to (?), - I am VASTLY interested in EVERY anthropological, ethnological, etc. aspect, meaning, interpretation and significance or role of this particular lineage...

I have read science papers declaring my paternal line is "Semitic", "Indo-European" or "Kurgan", and also "Indo-Hittite" (interesting term)... There does not seem to be a very solidified consensus as to the status and development of Y-DNA G2, from my preliminary reading - is this a correct conclusion? Is this a "borderland" haplo-group...?

I shall only mention I am, anthropologically, 1) Xanthochroid, so-calledand 2) my paternal name is lower nobiliary in origin, equivalent to the feudal "castellan" and possibility of Sarmatian-knightly connections abound...

How about your matches on FTDNA database?

Robert6
09-08-14, 22:17
Hello fellow genetics "hobbyists" :)

Okay: first, here is the hard data from a reliable genetic testing company: I am positive for the SNPs M201 and P15.

I have been verified as being NEGATIVE for the following SNPs:

M285
M286
M342
P16
P18
P20

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What is your Kit Number in Ftdna?