I’ve uploaded my raw dna to gedmatch. I was looking at my relative list and I saw that I have People from Siberia 😂😂😂 and other parts of the worlds as relative matches with more than 10cm. Did any of u guys got that too?
Where are those hapologroups originally from? Did any of u guys do this? and where is E1b from and the other ones listed down below? This is confusing me I hope any of u guys know more about that type of stuff.
Here are my DNA results. I’m yibir and my parents were both born in south Somalia Xamar and Marka (caadey). My grand mother from my mums side is Madhiban and my dads mother is tumaal. The Italian timeline from 1800 is confusing me a bit. What does that mean?
He is Habar Yonis, Musa Abdalla, Farah Mohamed - Bah Gumaroon
I think this confirms Garhajis is a real qabil, almost everyone who has done the test gets the same haplogroup.
[New update as of Oct 2020 - I am 100% Somali)]
These are not my actual results but by the closest male proxy. I at least know my MTDNA is N1a. For clarification, I am the first Aden Yonis of Samaroon Siciid to do the test and here are the results. As a caveat, my roots are from Ethiopia...
The most popular hypothesis is that it arrived via South Arabians due to proximity and archeological findings in Somaliland showing the remains of South Semitic peoples. However, I think maybe the progenitor of the T-haplogroup Somalis might've come from North Arabian speaking populations:
I found these results.
Dir, Samaroon, Maxamed Case subclan from Djibouti
99.9 Northeast African
Y-DNA - T-M70
mtDNA - L3
There are already many Makahil and one Habar Cafaan who had similar Y-DNA's. But first Maxamed Case subclan on 23andme.