Hello guest, if you read this it means you are not registered. Click here to register in a few simple steps, you will enjoy all features of our Forum.

Check for new replies
People who are indigenous American (Fully and almost fully)
#1
Post people results who are scoring 90-100% Indigenous American.

It doesn't matter the DNA test or if it's Gedmatch/G25.
23andMe: 55.5% European, 33.7% Indigenous American, 4.2% WANA, 3.4% SSA and 3.2% Unassigned
AncestryDNA: 57.27% Europe, 35.81% Indigenous Americas-Mexico, 3.46% MENA and 3.45% SSA
FamilyTreeDNA: 56.9% Europe, 33% Americas, 8.2% MENA, <2% Horn of Africa and <1% Eastern India
Living DNA: 63.3% West Iberia, 34.3% Native Americas and 2.3% Yorubaland
MyHeritage DNA: 87.4% Indigenous in Mexico and 12.6% Spanish, Catalan & Basque 

[Image: IbEDd4z.png]
Reply
#2
From USA:

[Image: GxblXLq.jpg]

[Image: DfVhDKS.jpg]
Riverman likes this post
23andMe: 55.5% European, 33.7% Indigenous American, 4.2% WANA, 3.4% SSA and 3.2% Unassigned
AncestryDNA: 57.27% Europe, 35.81% Indigenous Americas-Mexico, 3.46% MENA and 3.45% SSA
FamilyTreeDNA: 56.9% Europe, 33% Americas, 8.2% MENA, <2% Horn of Africa and <1% Eastern India
Living DNA: 63.3% West Iberia, 34.3% Native Americas and 2.3% Yorubaland
MyHeritage DNA: 87.4% Indigenous in Mexico and 12.6% Spanish, Catalan & Basque 

[Image: IbEDd4z.png]
Reply
#3
I remember I made/found a list of r/23andMe results that were >90% indigenous, found the Genoplot archive of that Anthrogenica thread (here's the original r/23andMe thread link)

https://np.reddit.com/r/23andme/comments...in_mexico/ 94% indigenous, family from Cuernavaca, Morelos
[Image: TnGsM9j.png]
Riverman and Capsian20 like this post
anti-racist on here for kicks and giggles

“If you want to grant your own wish, then you should clear your own path to it”
― Okabe Rintarou

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”.
― Margaret Mead
Reply
#4
I came across an individual from the White Mountain Apache tribe in Arizona with 99% Indigenous Americas on AncestryDNA:


.png   Screenshot 2024-01-10 154201.png (Size: 27.55 KB / Downloads: 147)
Luso-American and Jalisciense like this post
Reply
#5
Apologies for the old, unupdated results, but here is a Navajo individual:

   

And an Ecuadorian:

   

I think this Mexican guy is probably from a particular indigenous ethnic group, but I'm not sure which one:


.png   98787879789789789.png (Size: 88.68 KB / Downloads: 140)
Jalisciense and Luso-American like this post
Reply
#6
(12-31-2023, 01:55 AM)okarinaofsteiner Wrote: I remember I made/found a list of r/23andMe results that were >90% indigenous, found the Genoplot archive of that Anthrogenica thread (here's the original r/23andMe thread link)

https://np.reddit.com/r/23andme/comments...in_mexico/ 94% indigenous, family from Cuernavaca, Morelos
[Image: TnGsM9j.png]

(01-11-2024, 12:43 AM)fished Wrote: Apologies for the old, unupdated results, but here is a Navajo individual:



And an Ecuadorian:



I think this Mexican guy is probably from a particular indigenous ethnic group, but I'm not sure which one:

Thanks bros, but I made a thread for each zone in Las Americas.

Here are the Native Americans from USA and Canada.
23andMe: 55.5% European, 33.7% Indigenous American, 4.2% WANA, 3.4% SSA and 3.2% Unassigned
AncestryDNA: 57.27% Europe, 35.81% Indigenous Americas-Mexico, 3.46% MENA and 3.45% SSA
FamilyTreeDNA: 56.9% Europe, 33% Americas, 8.2% MENA, <2% Horn of Africa and <1% Eastern India
Living DNA: 63.3% West Iberia, 34.3% Native Americas and 2.3% Yorubaland
MyHeritage DNA: 87.4% Indigenous in Mexico and 12.6% Spanish, Catalan & Basque 

[Image: IbEDd4z.png]
Reply
#7
(10-02-2023, 08:52 AM)Jalisciense Wrote: From USA:

[Image: GxblXLq.jpg]

[Image: DfVhDKS.jpg]

Doesn't surprise me that a "full-blooded" North Amerindian has distant Euro and SSA ancestry (as well as East Asian, which is more than likely actually a signal of Beringian origin).

What does surprise me is the affinity with South America. Although the Navajo probably did mix with Mexican tribes (a possible explanation for the Spanish/Portuguese), any South American-derived admix has to be in the very distant past, brought north gradually over centuries.
Avatar: The obverse of a coin of Kanishka I depicting the Buddha, with the Greco-Bactrian legend ΒΟΔΔΟ.

Follow my attempt at reviving Pictish.
Romanes-lekhipen- the Romani alphabet.
Reply

Check for new replies

Forum Jump:


Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)