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    I've mostly been into black metal for quite a...

    I've mostly been into black metal for quite a while , but I thought I'd switch it up a bit.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J9X8ddCktZc
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    Probably the best melding of black metal and...

    Probably the best melding of black metal and classical music I've heard to date.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CiJE7HErVfE
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    I thought I'd give Salieri a chance ...

    I thought I'd give Salieri a chance


    https://youtu.be/lezueMHmXoU
  4. My updated results : Under the old K25 I had :...

    My updated results :

    Under the old K25 I had :

    NORTHERN EUROPEAN 96.5%

    - Northwestern European 73.2%
    - Scandinavian 23.3%

    South Central Asian 1.5%
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    I thought the first My Origins was pretty...

    I thought the first My Origins was pretty accurate.

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    But ( more or less ) accurate as the first one was , the second one was junk.

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  6. Interesting.From what I can see results seem to...

    Interesting.From what I can see results seem to vary , working better for some people than others.I feel I got a bit of a mixed bag , some dead on the money and some a little off.

    NORTHERN...
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    Poll: I give about a 97 % chance it's either Sarmatians...

    I give about a 97 % chance it's either Sarmatians from Roman times or Normans descended from the closely related Alans .And the 3 % is for God alone knows , which could include Taifels ,or any of...
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    Poll: A Norfolk L-M20...

    A Norfolk L-M20 said ;

    [ Y haplogroup L. My path L+M20+M22+M317+SK1412+SK1414. 117 novel SNPs. My terminal SK1414 is shared with a Baluchi speaking guy in Makran SW Pakistan. My nearest 111 STR...
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    Lately I've been dividing most of my listening...

    Lately I've been dividing most of my listening time between The Ramones and The Beach Boys.When I'm in a serious mood I tend ( nowadays ) towards Siousxie and the Banshees.
  10. Thread: Gencove

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    Gencove

    Has anybody else tried Gencove yet ? To me it seems consistent with most other reports from most other companies.Maybe a tiny bit less southern European and a tiny bit more Scandinavian would be more...
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    As far as known all but a tiny remote smidgen of...

    As far as known all but a tiny remote smidgen of German.
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    Me : ANCIENT FARMERS ...

    Me :

    ANCIENT FARMERS 50.0%

    WEST EUROPEAN FARMERS (4000-5000 years) 28.9%

    LEVANT (4000-8000 years) ...
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    Poll: Economic Left/Right: -1.13 ...

    Economic Left/Right: -1.13
    Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -1.18


    I occasionally retake this test every once in a while.I always end up as a...
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    Poll: Their forums are so mediocre I don't bother with...

    Their forums are so mediocre I don't bother with them.
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    "You have some Caucasus etnicitities in mixed...

    "You have some Caucasus etnicitities in mixed mode. Could be trace of CHG transferred through Yamna to North Western Europe?"

    Could be , but since Graham values are so much higher than other...
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    That's interesting !!! I compared myself , but...

    That's interesting !!! I compared myself , but I'm not really sure what I'm looking at , other than my elevated ( for a predominately British person ! ) Caucasian component , found in all Grahams on...
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    Poll: I'll be honest I thought my original MyOrigins...

    I'll be honest I thought my original MyOrigins was reasonably decent and in line withe the general trend of tests , but the new "upgrade " is pretty lousy.
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    I'm mostly Scots with a fair bit of English,Welsh...

    I'm mostly Scots with a fair bit of English,Welsh ,some Irish and a remote bit of German.This is my K36

    North_Atlantic 17.34
    North_Sea 16.58
    Iberian 12.76
    Fennoscandian...
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    First off I am J1. I descend from the Grahams of...

    First off I am J1. I descend from the Grahams of Scotland. My family is the biggest family in the Graham DNA Project. The project believes that our family is the progenitor family of the name and...
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    LOL , I was going to post almost exactly the same...

    LOL , I was going to post almost exactly the same thing !!!!


    As an aside there are two families of with some members of J1 origin in Scotland that are of proven northern French origin, the...
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    Oh yeah , and the original J1 signature that...

    Oh yeah , and the original J1 signature that eventually gave rise to the Grahams ( J-BY89 ) seems to be Balochi in origin.
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    Well 5500 of them were sent to Britain to be...

    Well 5500 of them were sent to Britain to be stationed along Hadrian's Wall , which is pretty much where all the J1 Grahams originate.The original J-BY89 signature which eventually became the Graham...
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    It's also the largest subclade in Britain.It's...

    It's also the largest subclade in Britain.It's almost entirely found along the Anglo/Scots border area( J1 in general is most common there).In the case of J1 YSC76 Grahams there are about half a...
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