NEW YORK TIMES MAYAN SARCOPHAGUS LID
A fantastic research read,DNA Consultants of Phoenix Arizona clinical findings soon makes evident many Native American ancestors, and even our white Caucasian ancestors from Europe, originally came from a well known area of the world called the Middle East.
However do not be deceived!
Other words exist to describe Middle East. Words like the Near East, East Asia, and the real intellectual kicker, the little heard geographical term, Euro Asia. All just another way of saying as many as "1/3 of all Native Americans" came from the Israel Palestine area. (quoting National Geographic.) To read more:
What's so strange about Indians coming from Jerusalem? Caucasians, or white people or white people as we know them today, came from the Caucasus Mountains also known as Georgia (Europe). The same land once known as ancient Persia.
The first Persians were white. So why not White Indians from Jerusalem?
This U.S. Government web page documents possible findings that the first Native Americans were of Caucasian ancestory.
It should also be noted the very same year the anti Book of Mormon DVD was published by Living Hope Ministries, DNA Versus the Book of Mormon in 2007, the American Journal of Human Genetics also in 2007, reported that there was indeed evidences Native Americans came from the Middle East.
Just goes to show, that where there is great truth, there are very erroneous and prejudiced people.
I hope you enjoy the all these links to great Native American DNA info results. As time may permit me, I will add even more.
—Native Americans Have West Eurasian Origins
Oldest human genome reveals less of an East Asian ancestry than thought.
Native Americans may have a more complicated heritage than previously believed.
Origin and Diffusion of mtDNA Haplogroup X
American Journal of Human Genetics
2001) and Siberian haplogroup X lineages are not related to the Native American cluster, and they are more likely explained by recent gene flow from Europe or from West Asia. Fourth, the split between “African” X1 and “Eurasian” X2 subhaplogroups of X is phylogenetically as deep as that within the branches of haplogroup U that also differ profoundly in their phylogeography. Thus, subhaplogroup U6 is largely restricted to North Africa (as X1), whereas subhaplogroup U5 is widespread in West Eurasia (as X2). The phylogeographic patterns and the coalescence times that we obtained here suggest that the basic phylogenetic structures of the mtDNA haplogroups in West Eurasia and North Africa are as ancient as the beginning of the spread of anatomically modern humans in this region. Finally, phylogeography of the subclades of haplogroup X suggests that the Near East is the likely geographical source for the spread of subhaplogroup X2, and the associated population dispersal occurred around, or after, the LGM when the climate ameliorated. The presence of a daughter clade in northern Native Americans testifies to the range of this population expansion.
Blog Authors Note: The White Indian "Nephite" connection as spoken in the Book of Mormon, the one and same people discovered in Mayan murals, has quite possibly been discovered in DNA Testing. The below DNA Test Report explains...
The above wall murals found in pyramids depict a white skinned dark skinned people, as spoken of in the Book of Mormon.
mtDNA haplogroup X: An ancient link between Europe/Western Asia and North America?
The Book Of Mormon in 1st Nephi and Book of Ether says first Native Americans came in boats
U.S. Government agrees
Below headline reads:
Rapid coastal spread of First Americans: Novel insights from South America's Southern Cone mitochondrial genomes
Tiny Roman Bust Shows Pre-Columbian Contact With Mexico
'Did Roman explorers discover America 1,300 years ahead of Christopher Columbus' was the headline on page 25 of the DAILY MAIL for Thursday, 10 February 2000. On the same day THE EXPRESS ran a story on page 28 under the banner `Oldest Latin in America: Bust may prove Romans got there first'.
Meanwhile the Jews in Jerusalem take note of Hebrew discoveries reported upon in America...
Israel National News Blog headline reads:
Did King Solomon’s Navy Discover America?
By Tamar Yonah
Los Lunas New Mexico
Ten Commandment Stone
Thomas F. McDaniel, Ph.D.
The Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary
While much attention has been given recently to the legal battles from Alabama to Wisconsin over the presence of granite monuments and bronze plaques of the Decalogue on public property,1 little attention has been given to world’s oldest Hebrew inscription of the Ten Commandments which turned up in New Mexico in the nineteenth century-
DNA scientists claim that Cherokees are from the Middle East
In his famous book, “The History of the America Indians” eighteenth century explorer and trader, John Adair stated that several hundred Cherokees, living in the North Carolina Mountains, spoke an ancient Jewish language that was nearly unintelligible to Jews from England and Holland. From this observation, Adair extrapolated a belief that all Native Americans were the descendants of the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel.
Anomalous Mitochondrial DNA Lineages in the Cheroks_in_the_Cherokee/#sthash.LOqVMH
Nature National Weekly Journal of Science
Upper Palaeolithic Siberian genome reveals dual ancestry of Native Americans
The origins of the First Americans remain contentious. Although Native Americans seem to be genetically most closely related to east Asia
Israeli researchers: Group of Colorado Indians have genetic Jewish roots
Sheba Medical Center geneticists find common genetic mutation, often called the 'Ashkenazi mutation,' associated with an increased risk of developing breast and ovarian cancer.By Dan Even | May 30, 2012
Israel in all of Us? Research finds 'Jewish genes' in unusual places
This is not a story of Lost Tribes, but of lost history–the discovery of “Jewish genes” in Hispano Christian populations of the American Southwest. Jon Entine, author of Abraham’s Children: Race, Identity and the DNA of the Chosen People, reports.
Haplogroup X (mtDNA)
Haplogroup X is found in approximately 7% of native Europeans, and 3% of all Native Americans from North America.
Overall haplogroup X accounts for about 2% of the population of Europe, the Near East, and North Africa.