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  1. Interesting that the Vasojevici would claim to be...

    Interesting that the Vasojevici would claim to be Kastrat, I would've expected Hoti since they believe to share a common ancestry with Hot. I was aware of some Vasojevici that had the surname...
  2. The Kastrati themselves are from Malesia, but the...

    The Kastrati themselves are from Malesia, but the part which is within Albania. The Malesor tribes which are from Montenegro are Gruda, Hoti, Trieshi and Kuci (Koja, Luhar etc). So far, the Kastrati...
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    My guy you're just insecure. You're insecure...

    My guy you're just insecure. You're insecure about your Arvanite/Albanian ancestry so you try to play it off as Albanized Greek.

    The vast majority of Albanians didn't convert because of "fear of...
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    This post screams insecure.

    This post screams insecure.
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    [QUOTE=Parapolitikos;587657] Provide evidence or...

    Provide evidence or explain how frequencies and ratios matter, till then, your argument is nonsense.

    I-CTS10228 and Y3120 having highest diversity in Eastern Europe isn't a claim, it's a fact. We...
  6. Does your family believe to have come from the...

    Does your family believe to have come from the Kastrati tribe of Malesia or do they only mention an origin from Montenegro?
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    Look man, I'm telling you what the consensus is...

    Look man, I'm telling you what the consensus is behind a specific clade. If you have a problem with this then that's your problem, do your own research and come to your own conclusions. If you just...
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    Provide genetic evidence that would suggest...

    Provide genetic evidence that would suggest I-Y3120 came with various different migrations, even pre-slavic ones.

    I don't understand why you're bringing up the Serboi, elaborate if you can. The...
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    Well yes, it is coincidence and founder effect....

    Well yes, it is coincidence and founder effect. You're acting as if these people knew what haplogroup they belonged to and decided to migrate to allocated regions based on this. You also forget that...
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    How CTS10228 got there, was already answered. It...

    How CTS10228 got there, was already answered. It arrived from the west. We can't exactly say when it arrived but it was most definitely after the Bronze Age. R-V88 was a Paleolithic and Mesolithic...
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    I think Eastern Europe may have a higher number...

    I think Eastern Europe may have a higher number of people who fall under these haplogroups. I think they could've also arrived with Turkic or Mongolian invasions.
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    These specific subclades haven't been found in...

    These specific subclades haven't been found in Paleolithic or Mesolithic Europe, they seem to be of East Asian origin. The local European branches of C fall under Y11591.
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    It's not only TMRCA which suggests an origin...

    It's not only TMRCA which suggests an origin among Early or Proto-Slavs, it's also the fact that CTS10228>Y3120 is most diverse in the area where the Slavs first emerged (Poland-Ukraine-Belarus)....
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    I don't understand why you lot are so insecure...

    I don't understand why you lot are so insecure when it comes to having Slavic DNA, complexes much....

    The reason why I2a-Y3120 is so high in modern day South Slavs is because of founder effects,...
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    Uh no... I'm going to keep it simple here. ...

    Uh no...

    I'm going to keep it simple here.

    Evidence for origin outside of Balkans:
    - Highest diversity is found in the region around Ukraine, Poland and Belarus. Interestingly, the Slavic...
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    Practically all the clades of I-CTS10228 in the...

    Practically all the clades of I-CTS10228 in the Balkans are of Slavic origin, arriving from Eastern Europe into the Balkans during the 6-7th Centuries. The native Balkan origin theory is outdated and...
  17. Reasoning with you is pointless

    Reasoning with you is pointless
  18. If you don't know what it is or what it shows...

    If you don't know what it is or what it shows then don't post. The graph shows the Y-DNA percentages of Serbs from Bosnia, it's from 2016 and the sample size is only 97 so it isn't very accurate....
  19. Well yes, but it means nothing if they share a...

    Well yes, but it means nothing if they share a TMRCA of over 3,000 years with the Middle Eastern samples. And this is the case for most of the samples.

    And how is J-M205 in Europe definitely a...
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    E-Y20805 seems to be a downstream of BY4526...

    E-Y20805 seems to be a downstream of BY4526 judging by the FTDNA Y-Tree, on there it's known as E-BY4523. On FTDNA there seems to be a Pole, Belorussian and Ukrainian who form their own clade under...
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    The E-Z17107 in Albanians mainly falls under...

    The E-Z17107 in Albanians mainly falls under Z38456 and seems to have been present in the Balkans since the Iron Age, though looking at TMRCA it went through a bottleneck during the Medieval.

    The...
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    The native Balkan population (excluding Greeks),...

    The native Balkan population (excluding Greeks), Albanians and Vlachs, did face population bottlenecks. That much is a fact. Based on evidence it is pretty clear that this bottleneck happened some...
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    Yfull doesn't always give the best...

    Yfull doesn't always give the best representation. E-Z19851 for example is also carried by Bulgarians, Greeks, Albanians/Arbereshe and Vlachs. By the looks of it, it's very possible that most of its...
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    The lower TMRCA of these clades could very well...

    The lower TMRCA of these clades could very well be explained by bottlenecks, as was suggested by Ownstyler. Many Albanian/Balkan clades have TMRCA which would date back to the Early Medieval period,...
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    The problem with this is that we have yet to see...

    The problem with this is that we have yet to see a clade under CTS9320 in the Balkans that can be accurately linked to the Slavic migrations. The major clades of CTS9320 in the Balkans all seem to...
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