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DNA Results Comparisons: AncestryDNA, 23andMe, MyHeritage, and FTDNA

DNA Results Comparisons: AncestryDNA, 23andMe, MyHeritage, and FTDNA



November 8, 2017 – I’ve meant to do this video a while ago, but I didn’t until now. I will be showing you the comparisons between the different results with companies I have tested over the last few months. I know I stumble over my words a lot, but really, I’m not that good at speaking into the camera, lol. Some things might surprise you. If you liked this video, give it a like, comment, share with your friends, and subscribe for more videos! 🙂

You can check out my last DNA video right here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqFlo3f9jwE

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17 thoughts on “DNA Results Comparisons: AncestryDNA, 23andMe, MyHeritage, and FTDNA

  1. Sardinians are Italians, but they could have spanish dna. The Spanish invaded the island of Sardinia, and it was part of the Spanish Colony, and they also controlled Sicily and part of southern Italy. My mother is Spanish so I suspect an ancestor mixed with a Sardinian and Sicilian. I was 6% Sardinian and 7% was Mediterranean Islander. So I think what happened is that they tested Sardinians and Sicilians and found Spanish and other Dna. Then the Dna matched up with people of Spanish heritage or people who had a spanish or other ethnicity ancestor.

  2. The most incredible thing about DNA tests is that all Americans are 100% European and the Europeans are not.
    Northern Scandinavian are more Asian than European and the Italian are more African than European but Americans with Italian and Scandinavian ancestry are 100% European.
    While crossing the Atlantic to reach the Americas , the Europeans might have taken the chance to wash away their Asian , African and Jewish genes.
    When a Portuguese does the test he is like 70% PortugueseIberian (R1b – Celt ) , 20% Sephardi Jew because the country in 1500 had only 1 million inhabitants and received 300 000 Jew refuges from Spain and the Low Countries and the other 10% are genes from the Greek, Viking, Moors , Visigoths , etc invaders and Slav slaves.
    When a Brazilian does the test he is like 99.8% PortugueseIberian.
    When crossing the ocean to the Americas the European migrants took a rather long and rich bath to wash most of their non European genes away.
    Here in black the non European genes in modern Europeans.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6GzT-qIQVq4&t=1240s

  3. 23andme was very accurate and spot on in regards to our ancestry reports. GEDmatch is also really informative, but WEGENE seems to be accurate solely for Asians and DNAland came up with the most ridiculous results (almost as if they'd just rolled dice to come up with our ancestral regions).

  4. Before seeing your results I swore that you were mixed race of Europeans with other ethnic-geographic groups. Big surprise! You have a high percentage of Brits. There is a genetic company in Wales (LivingDNA) that has mapped the entire island and seems to give even more specific results to Britons. Uploading is free.

  5. I know this has nothing to do with ANYthing but
    I'm here from your 40+ fnaf song mashup and I was wondering if you could make a new one with fnaf 4, fnaf world, and sister location
    Take songs u already used and add othere songs from the 3 games I just named

  6. Uploaded my raw data from Ancestry DNA to the other two services (FTDNA, MyHeritage), My Ancestry DNA results told me I was 37% Scandinavian, 30% Irish 9% Iberian 6% Europe West 5% Great British with trace regions of East Europe 7% 5% South Europe and -1% West Asia so 99% European overall. MyHeritage put me at 98.8% European specifically, 64% Irish, Scots, Welsh…26.2% Scandinavian 5.3% Greek 2.7% Baltic and 1.2% Nigerian??? FTDNA put me at 100% European, that being 48% British Isles, 28% West and Central Europe, 16 South East Europe (Greek), and 8% Scandinavian…. these results have left me awfully confused as each service and their lab samples seem to produce totally different results and percentages that are way off from each other…it's hard to dictate accuracy when each service tells you something different….very confusing??

  7. amazing, its nice to see when people use different platforms ,I always say you should build your identity based on your genetic matches not your genetic results, glad to see you investigated all your options

    edit: your paternal haplogroup is middle eastern O_O cool

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