Sephardic Roots

This is my Sephardic test result:

http://www.newcovenanttheology.com/2017/02/my-gedmatch-sephardic-and-moroccan.html

While the link above showing the test that proves the Sephardic connection, the test below shows much more. It is interesting that this test likely shows the connection to Assyrian diaspora, and then links to literally all over the Mediterranean Sea, including Cyprus and Sicily, as well as Kurdish and Iraqi Jewish, Iranian Jewish, and Georgian Jewish connections that stem from historical migrations of Jewish people. 

This is ancient DNA. This ancient DNA is affected by my natural mother who was British and my natural father who was Iberian, with a line traced to the Canary Islands.

Personal data has been read. 20 approximations mode.

Gedmatch.Com

Gedrosia K3 4-Ancestors Oracle

This program is based on 4-Ancestors Oracle Version 0.96 by Alexandr Burnashev.
Questions about results should be sent to him at: Alexandr.Burnashev@gmail.com
Original concept proposed by Sergey Kozlov.
Many thanks to Alexandr for helping us get this web version developed.

Eurasia K3 Oracle

Admix Results (sorted):

#PopulationPercent
1W_Eurasian90.97
2E_Eurasian4.72
3SSA4.30


Finished reading population data. 129 populations found.
3 components mode.

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Least-squares method.

Using 1 population approximation:
1 Kurd_N @ 3.066745
2 Georgian_Jew @ 3.220461
3 Iranian_Jew @ 3.334937
4 Kurd_C @ 3.680508
5 Iraqi_Jew @ 4.128402
6 Assyrian @ 4.227173
7 Ashkenazi_Jew @ 4.284501
8 Lebanese @ 4.631180
9 Armenian @ 4.832723
10 Abkhasian @ 4.850287
11 Chechen @ 5.232047
12 Loschbour @ 5.374396
13 Georgian @ 5.617571
14 Estonian @ 5.664995
15 Sicilian @ 5.887237
16 Belarusian @ 5.937463
17 Adygei @ 5.987811
18 Cypriot @ 6.143424
19 Syrian @ 6.307633
20 Ukrainian @ 6.372659

Using 2 populations approximation:
1 50% Loschbour +50% Syrian @ 0.487984
2 50% Estonian +50% Syrian @ 0.499963
3 50% Lebanese +50% Loschbour @ 0.724245
4 50% Belarusian +50% Syrian @ 0.733100
5 50% Kurd_N +50% Lebanese @ 0.765438
6 50% Abkhasian +50% Syrian @ 0.768292
7 50% Chechen +50% Lebanese @ 0.768939
8 50% Chechen +50% Saudi @ 0.887481
9 50% Abkhasian +50% Lebanese @ 0.917757
10 50% Iraqi_Jew +50% Kurd_C @ 1.068744
11 50% Syrian +50% Ukrainian @ 1.152591
12 50% Estonian +50% Lebanese @ 1.202702
13 50% Chechen +50% Yemenite_Jew @ 1.204484
14 50% Cypriot +50% Iranian @ 1.236768
15 50% Estonian +50% Jordanian @ 1.270605
16 50% Jordanian +50% Loschbour @ 1.305862
17 50% Belarusian +50% Jordanian @ 1.344749
18 50% Adygei +50% Saudi @ 1.386293
19 50% Iranian +50% Sicilian @ 1.387875
20 50% Iranian +50% Iraqi_Jew @ 1.431550


Using 3 populations approximation:
1 50% Abkhasian +25% BedouinA +25% Chechen @ 0.000000

Done.

Elapsed time 0.0042 seconds.



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For those interested in understanding DNA relationships, here is the following:

First Cousin 
Your first cousin is a child of your aunt or uncle. You share one set of grandparents with your first cousin, but you do not have the same parents. 

Second Cousin 
Your second cousin is the grandchild of your great-aunt or great-uncle. You share one set of great-grandparents with your second cousin, but you do not have the same grandparents. 

Third Cousin
Your third cousin is the great-grandchild of your great-great-aunt or great-great-uncle. You share a set of great-great-grandparents with your third cousin, but do not have the same great-grandparents. 


Fourth Cousin
Fourth cousins have one set of great-great-great-grandparents, but not the same great-great-grandparents.

See also:

New Covenant Theology

and:

1646 First London Confession

and:

Luther and Menno: A Failure of Protestant and Anabaptist Doctrine

and:

How to Go to Hell: Believe in the Three Uses of the Law

and:

Charles Spurgeon Prince of Law Preaching


and:

My Christian View of Israel's Purpose

and:

Sephardic Bnei Anusim Hear This!


Here is a list that is not exhaustive, of some names that may be linked to Jewish heritage, some more than others on a regular basis. If you are adopted as I am, or do not have a family tree or want to verify your family tree some of these surnames may have Jewish descendants carrying these surnames. Your DNA test will connect you to many relatives from second cousins outward, who have these last names. You can at least verify your roots on places like Gedmatch, if you cannot verify your parents. See also the list for Sephardic Jewish names:

Ackerman, Acosta, Adamczyk, Adame, Adams, Adcock, Adler, Agafonova, Alhasov, Allen, Alomar, Altif, Ames, Anadell, Anderson, Aravena, Arday, Ardmore, Arevalo, Ashby, Augustine, Axelrod, Ayala, Barelkowski, Becker, Behnke, Beizaee, Bell, Benzicron, Berchansky, Berger, Bergmann, Beurskens, Biberstein, Biebers, Blackman, Blumstein, Bobbitt, Bobrowski, Bolton, Bonet, Bonner, Brandt, Bratter, Breeden, Breitkopf, Bronson, Brooks, Brown, Burdette, Bush, Call, Callicott, Campbell, Carnes, Carrera, Cavett, Chapman, Chekroun, Christian, Clary, Clement, Cobarrubias, Cohen, Cole, Collins, Connell, Conner, Consolaro, Contreras, Copeland, Corey, Correl, Costa, Crow, Crowder, Dane, Daniels, Davey, Davis, Dawson, de Kruppa, de Lima, de Luz, Dean, Dehmlow, Del Tor, Delgardo, Denning, Diamind, Diaz, Dresp, Drori, Duffey, Duke, Dunlap, Dunnagan, Edwards, Eisenstein, Elkatip, Emmanuel, Erdei, Eshelman, Espinosa, Eubank, Faernandes, Falcon, Faust, Ferrari, Fink, Fischbein, Fish, Fitzpatrick, Fleenor, Fleischer, Flowe, Folloder, Fort, Fruchtenbaum, Furlaw, Furman, Gallant, Galva, Galyuk, Gamaldi, Gaonzalez, Garner, Gertler, Gingerich, Glozic, Glud, Goldberg, Goldman, Gomez, Gordon, Goren, Graffman, Grausbard, Greenfield, Greer, Grillo, Grindler, Guerrero, Haas, Haikonen, Hanshew, Hargis, Harris, Harvey, Hawkins, Hayes, Haynes, Heffler, Heft, Helms, Herbort, Herbst, Herrera, Herzfield, Hill, Hofer, Holland, Holmes, Holt, Horton, Housman, Howard, Hubbard, Hucul, Hudson, Huether, Hulbert, Hunt, Ikonen, Ingargiola, Isaac, Jackson, Jaklinski, Jenkins, Jimenez, Johnsen, Johnson, Johnston, Jokitalo, Jones, Judd, Kaiser, Kammer, Katz, Kelly, Kennedy, Kenny, Khenokh, Kifflak, Killebrew, King, Kiss, Kitces, Kobryn, Konttinen, Kovacs, Kowalski, Krause, Krupa, Kull, Lacilento, Lahav, Landers, Landry, Lankford, Lapidus, Latre, Laurendeau, Lazo, Lefebvre, Legrady, Lerner, Lerych, Levi, Lictenstein, Liebau, Lillemo, Lipman, Lohman, Loud, Lovelady, Lozins, Luojus, Luz, Lykins, Lynch, Mackuliak, MacQueen, Madden, Madruga, Malcom, Male, Mandell, Mann, Marhiv, Mars, Marteling, Martin, Martinez, Mashore, Mattila, May, Mayers, McCowen, McEvey, McKnew, McVey, Meader, Medeiros, Medina, Meier, Menges, Meyer, Miller, Milliron, Mills, Mixon-Sheltiel, Mizrahi, Moore, Morash, Morgenstern, Morris, Moss, Murphy, Myers, Neal, Nieglos, Norwitz, Nottingham, Nugent, Nurmi, Nyman, Oakes, Oaks, Ocasio, Ojanen, Oliveira, Oppenheim, Ortiz, Paradise, Parman, Paskhina, Pastorkovich, Peddicord, Pennington, Peres, Perez, Phelps, Phillips, Pickle, Pierce, Ping, Platz, Pollaci, Premock, Pujol, Pundak, Querry, Quijano, Radin, Rahmati, Ramirez, Reaume, Reed, Resnick, Rittgers, Robinson, Rodina, Rohlik, Roth, Rouleau, Ruderman, Russo, Saadiq-Saoud, Salomon, Samson-Constantine, Sandhu, Schaffer, Schall, Scherrer/Sims, Schorr, Scott, Searfoss, Self, Selman, Shaham, Shanafelt, Sharee, Shelp, Shephers, Shimoni, Shoresman, Shuma, Shykova, Silva, Simonds, Simpson, Sims, Sinclair, Skrna, Smith, Sobieszczanska, Sotela, Soza, Spyropoulos, Stamper, Steubinger, Stockton, Stoddard, Strang, Stryhal, Sundberg, Swietek, Sydow, Tabba, Tait, Tassi, Taylor, Terregrossa, Theiss, Thornton, Thugut, Tiainen, Tiernan, Toivakka, Tribaudini, Troupp, Tsedaka, Twohey, Usry, Vance, Vargas, Walker, Wallbridge, Wasserman, Watts, Weeks, Weinstock, Wells, Weyant, Wheeler, Whitt, Williams, Wilson, Winik, Winslow, Wiseman, Wolfe, Wood, Wraley, Yancey, Yanetsky, Yashon, Yoho, Zaccard, Zayden, Zucker, Zur


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