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  1. Poll: Mistake

    Just remember basic history of war and conquerors. The mongols never quite made it past Poland. And Poland stopped the ottomans from entering Western Europe with their cavalry. The Siege of Vienna....
  2. Poll: They can’t denote a single population as a start!...

    They can’t denote a single population as a start! Especially when they intermingled from the very start. And wherever we all started doesn’t matter as much as what all our last inclusion of genetics...
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    Hey man if you’re still reading all this, where...

    Hey man if you’re still reading all this, where is the pictone area in regards to Brittany of France? Brittany has always been a Celtic stronghold. And the Picts were already in Scotland as every new...
  4. It’s gonna be really hard to define a population...

    It’s gonna be really hard to define a population as they were mixing from time continuum. Most Europeans have a percentage of Neanderthal, and as far as I know they have no explanation of their...
  5. Haven’t posted for awhile. This whole scenario of...

    Haven’t posted for awhile. This whole scenario of paying for your blood results is quite a moneymaker. But can be used beneficially for sure. I had no problem giving my DNA up. The results were exact...
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    I am correct in the house of Stewart and the R1b...

    I am correct in the house of Stewart and the R1b L21
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    The Picts are a separate topic, and one that is...

    The Picts are a separate topic, and one that is even more of a mystery than maybe the Scottish Gaels themselves. The Scotti tribes eventually absorbed the Pict's and put their Royal blood lines at...
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    The origin of the Scots

    This is made as much of history as a hypothesis. For nobody knows for sure they can only equate historical (if true) examples.
    Well how 'bout I start with my own research on the subject.
    To start,...
  9. Honestly though I would say from dark skin to...

    Honestly though I would say from dark skin to black is a big jump seriously. I'm a pale white European and if I was to hear dark skin I would say southern Europeans have dark skin, especially most of...
  10. That statement speaks for itself, I don't even...

    That statement speaks for itself, I don't even have to reply. But I will say as a "Nordic" which is just the French word for North, why would you automatically relate it to neo-nazi? I will freely...
  11. I would like to laugh but it is representative of...

    I would like to laugh but it is representative of the times we live in today. Seems like a typical report with an ulterior motive to take the identity of Caucasians away and replace it with some...
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    Scotland wasn't conquered either. There was...

    Scotland wasn't conquered either. There was actually 2 walls built by the Romans to keep out the barbarous Picts of Scotland
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    Poll: There you go, you have red hair. Tuscany a name...

    There you go, you have red hair. Tuscany a name that's derived from the Etruscans, which warred with Celts as far back as 300 B.C. I would say your R-U152 is Celtic.
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    Poll: Having only one y DNA isn't enough though. Cause...

    Having only one y DNA isn't enough though. Cause you still have your mom's father's DNA to find out. I don't know if you can receive that unless your mom's brother or father can be tested.
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    Poll: Is it more Celtic or Roman? Your traits will tell...

    Is it more Celtic or Roman? Your traits will tell you. Do you have lighter hair/eyes/skin? Then it shows you have genetic influence of more Nordic populations such as Celts, or possibly German.
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    Poll: The only possible reason E1b1b could possess red...

    The only possible reason E1b1b could possess red hair is because it is IN Scandinavia. R1b has always been associated with red hair predominately Celtic R1b as it continues to be today. Red hair is...
  17. If L-21 did arise originally in Cornwall it...

    If L-21 did arise originally in Cornwall it would've been from the early megalithic populations of Britain that mixed and caused a hybridization with the waves of oncoming Celts
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    Poll: Celts were various branches also. Of course there...

    Celts were various branches also. Of course there is dark Celts. Their area was a vast swathe of Europe that would've easily absorbed many traits. And there are still to this day dark haired Irish...
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    Poll: These are topics that shouldn't really be...

    These are topics that shouldn't really be discussed anymore if knowledge evolves. If there is another person that wants to argue about red hair and that it is NOT predominantly carried by...
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    Poll: Lots of Germans have red hair as well. Alot of...

    Lots of Germans have red hair as well. Alot of Belgians. There's too much irrefutable evidence to really discuss it. It is a northern/Northwest European recessive trait. There's a possibility that...
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    Poll: My great grandfather was from Scotland, he had...

    My great grandfather was from Scotland, he had red hair
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    Poll: There is Roman and Greek description s of Celtic...

    There is Roman and Greek description s of Celtic red hair. The Irish and Scots are known for red hair they are the last remaining Celtic people
  23. How do you know if the Frisians weren't some of...

    How do you know if the Frisians weren't some of the first tribes to invade England? They are basically akin to the Anglo-Saxons are they not?
  24. So is it more likely that they were in Ireland...

    So is it more likely that they were in Ireland first and only raided the coasts and didn't penetrate much? Or is it that the oncoming Anglo-Saxons drove them from deep inland to the fringes?
    In...
  25. As what counties absorbed it first I can't say...

    As what counties absorbed it first I can't say but it is now on the fringes of England like wales and only dominant in Ireland and the Highlands of Scotland
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