My DNA ancestry result shows that…

The Bible prophesied the Jewish diaspora. The Nation of Israel would dwell for many years outside of their country and promised land. After this time had elapsed they would return to their ancient possession. The predictions were exact and complete making the nation’s return a supernatural happening of our age. A modern miracle. They were dispersed for over 1,900 years. They are there again today.

This is me, I don’t know who I really am, our historians told us that we are Uyghurs and our ancestors came from Orkhon Yenisai river. however, I disagree with unscicentific and politically distorted history.then Who am I? DNA has the answer. 

It’s been long time since I sent my DNA sample to LivingDNA. today I have received my result. since from my early age I was educated that I am the descendant of ancient Uyghurs. but people can lie, they can distort the history. however, DNA does not! from my cultural and historical perspective, I have came to a conclusion that I am the descendant of the ancient Israeli which is commonly known as Jewish ancestry. in sum, the result is really similar to what I predicted.


this is my autosomal chromosome’s result. it’s very useful to identify ancestries origin. my 29.1% DNA came from Central Asian ancestries. 23.6% DNA came from Near east or Middle East. 20.4% DNA came from East Asia, 13.7% DNA came from South Asia.11.7% DNA came from Europe. while only 1.5% DNA came from Native americans or you can understand they were real Turkic ancestry,  it means I have 1.5% Turkic DNA.


My maternal haplogroup is C, Paternal haplogroup is J2.specifically J-L25

distribution of the mitochondrial haplogroup C
this is my maternal line, I don’t have enough research about my maternal line. but it seems this DNA haplogroup is common along the Ourkhon Yenisai river, therefore I could predict that this haplogroup also related to the Turkic, Hunic or mongolic ancestry. but this is just a prediction.
Maternal haplogroup C migration is below.

distribution of the y haplogroup J-L25
This is my paternal line, J-L25(subclade of J2 haplogroup) is common among thoes ethnic people. 29% Sephardic Jews and 23% Ashkenazi Jews are you can read there are Ashkenazi non Jews in Turkey or you can understand there are Ashkenazi muslim in Turkey. where did they come from? how come did they become muslim?  answer is that they converted their religion in different ways and reasons. clearly, it shows that paternally I am Jewish. no doubts about it. there are plenty of information about J2 on my blog. you can read as more as you want.

extra info:
J2-L25 is J2a4h2. M158. 
John Curtin (1885-1945), the 14th Prime Minister of Australia from 1941 to 1945, was identified as a member of haplogroup J2a4h2 (F3133+) by the Curtin Clan Y-DNA Project

Paternal haplogroup J migration is below

A genetic story of my fatherline

J2 is found across Asia, being around 21,000 years old.My fatherline signature belongs to the J2 group.This haplogroup is around 21,000 years old (Batini et al., 2015) and widespread throughout Asia, particularly the Middle East and Turkey, and is also found in the Mediterranean. It is believed to have originated in the Middle East (Semino et al., 2004).After the initial migration of modern humans out of Africa, they settled in an area known as the Fertile Crescent in what is now the Middle East. The climate and land allowed the development of agriculture and the first crops were grown. Whilst some of My ancient ancestors settled, forming the first recorded civilisations, others migrated through Turkey along the Mediterranean coast, most likely herding goats and sheep, and other populations spread through Central Asia to India. It is suggested this migration happened after the end of the last ice age resulted in these areas becoming more suitable for farming. Additionally it has been theorised that the Silk Road (read more), a network of trade routes crossing Asia, was responsible for more recent movements of haplogroup J2 to East Asia (Zhong et al., 2010).

Who were the people who carried My signature?

Agriculture first developed in the Middle East around 11,000 years ago (Kılınc et al., 2016) in the Fertile Crescent, helped by its rich soil and favourable climate for farming. The crops My ancient ancestors cultivated included wheat, barley, peas, and lentils. As people built permanent dwellings the first villages formed, supported by abundant food from agriculture, leading to organised communities. Animals such as goats and sheep were domesticated, and the herders of these spread into the more mountainous Caucasus region, an area including Georgia, Turkey, Azerbaijan, and Iran, where it is found today at relatively high frequencies (Balanovsky et al., 2011).Haplogroup J2 is found amongst both Sephardi and Ashkenazi Jews. Sephardi Jews historically lived in Spain and Portugal whilst Ashkenazi Jews typically resided in Central and Eastern Europe, with a large modern diaspora in the USA.

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