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My Heritage DNA Results

My Heritage DNA Results

I already took the AncestryDNA and 23andMe tests! I found out that you can upload your raw dna for free on My Heritage DNA and here are my results! Tell me what you think in the comments!

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26 thoughts on “My Heritage DNA Results

  1. Marc E says:

    I'll go with 60% african and 40% european is my prediction.

  2. 59% African, 45% Eureopean, 100% Holy Spirit.

  3. Edneide AR says:

    Mine is close to yours, I'm 53.7% African, 30.3% European, 12.3% American (native) and West Asia 3.7%

  4. What a beautiful mix! You are very pretty 🙂 I thought you were 50/50 European/African.

  5. chilvari says:

    You have such a cute voice btw & pretty eyes! I knew you'd be part European just based on your eye color. I have green hazel or gold hazel eyes ("traditional" hazel eyes are brown & green-ish/yellow-ish which gives it that unique golden brown appearance but I have gold & green eyes, no brown, which also appears golden brown so I guess that's called green hazel or gold hazel).

  6. chilvari says:

    MyHeritage gave me 62.9% African, 34.2% European and 2.9% Native

  7. These ancestry or ethnicity dna tests are selling the modern day equivalent of selling a pet rock or snake oil.

    There is nothing in one's dna that links them to where they were born. If there is nothing in your dna that links you to where you were born, then there is nothing in one's ancestors that links them to where they were supposedly from.

    Another logical fallacy of these ancestry or ethnicity dna test, is that mental constructs can not be manifest or replicated in one's dna. Anyone beyond the age of two knows that language, culture, ethnicity, religion or life, has to be learned.

    Another logical fallacy is that an individual is only made up of a few haplogroups, when the biological reproductive process is a geometric progression of the power of two, which meaning that going back only 20 generations, there were 1,048,576 contributors to one's dna. It is possible to go from specific to general but it is physically impossible to go from general to specific which is ass backwards thinking that one can be physically linked to a group.

    Another logical fallacy is that an haplogroup establishes any link to one's real identity. Because of biological reproductive process, each individual is a uniquely distinct individual where each generation losing access to half of the previous generation's dna, one is only genetically related to 254 other individuals which only goes back 7 generations.

    The biological reproductive process is an evolutionary process, where no one has ever been the same or will ever be the same that can only be linked to one's actual progenitors, not some fictional mental construct.

  8. joanne says:

    Mostly African, then native and europe

  9. Nice results. I didn't guess you would have as much African as you did but its good to see the high Nigerian percentage lol.
    Which results interested you the most?

  10. African, European, Native American

  11. Do you have waardenburg syndrome?

  12. Nice video! Now that you have 23andme raw data, you should definetely take 24Genetics ancestry test (www.24genetics.com). I really recommend it, it entirely fit with the information that I already had and it is much more complete, try this one and tell us please!

  13. Your African American.

  14. OKay so you have that Alaskan native blood!! I see you cousin! lol

  15. Nice video! Now that you have 23andme raw data, you should definetely take http://www.24genetics.com ancestry test. It is much more complete in world regions than others. Good luck!

  16. You look Irish 🙂

  17. My advice: Please use another company to test with. Ancestry or 23&me. MyHeritage is very inaccurate, they give everybody the same countries just with different percentages. Their database is not large enough for accurate results.

  18. My Heritage DNA result is the most inaccurate DNA testing site there is!!!!
    You should do ancestry.com if you want specifics when it comes to your African side. 23andMe is also great and more user-friendly and does not charge you for everything , a one time fee. Upload your DNA to gedmatch. Com for free

  19. Bk353637 C says:

    Nice Results.I did 23 and me and I came back as 75% African 23% European and 1.8% Native American. I was able to upload my raw data to MyHeritage for free and got the same for African and 6% Middle East,18% European and no Native American, but it was in the beta phrase.. There are other great sites to upload raw data to such as GedMatch, DNA.land(recommend) and Wegene(specific to Asian and Native American ancestry) in Wegene, Gedmatch, nd DNA.land my Native American showed up.

  20. Mac Aubrey says:

    You have beautiful grey eyes like my biracial cousins. My guess is you're about 55% African and 45% European.

  21. I wanna say your like mostly African with some non African dna, I make this assumption as your features don't look immediately like a mixed person.

  22. Marc E says:

    have you uploaded to gedmatch and dna.land, also try genesforgood by umich. They offer a free dna test. Takes a while though.

  23. Love this! I also posted a video on my dna results if you wanna check it out:)

  24. Your beautiful:) lovely video

  25. l really enjoyed watching your video :-). Were there any differences in results between ancestry / My Heritage and 23andMe ?

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