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The Lemba tribe Akan Igbos Yoruba hebrews of Africa

 

 

Cameroon, Congo, and Southern Bantu Peoples

Primarily located in: Angola, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of Congo, Malawi, Madagascar, Mozambique, Namibia, Republic of Congo, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Lesotho, South Africa, Swaziland, Rwanda, Burundi

Also found in: Botswana, Central African Republic, Nigeria, Chad, Gabon, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Sao Tome and Principe, Equatorial Guinea

Extending through the heart of Africa, our Cameroon, Congo, and Southern Bantu Peoples region winds through tropical rainforest, humid savanna, and semi-arid desert. Starting about 3,000 years ago, Bantu-speaking peoples spread from an area around the border of modern-day Cameroon and Nigeria through much of sub-Saharan Africa in one of the greatest migrations in human history. Today the region is home to unrivaled ethnic and linguistic diversity.

Early History

Central Africa’s Congo Basin and Cameroon have been home to human populations for at least 30,000 years, and more than 250 different ethnic groups can be found in the area today. Many are considered Bantu peoples. Bantu (meaning “people”) refers to a group of Niger-Congo languages that trace their origin back to the western border of modern Cameroon and Nigeria. The Bantu language group is among the world’s most diverse, with more than 500 languages. More than 310 million people speak a Bantu language.

My Bantu GaDangme Yoruba Hausa Russian Scottish maternal side below

 

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Dodecad K12b 4-Ancestors Oracle

This program is based on 4-Ancestors Oracle Version 0.96 by Alexandr Burnashev.

The GEDmatch version of Oracle may give slightly different results from Dienekes version. The GEDmatch version uses FST weighting in its calculations.

Population
Gedrosia
Siberian
Northwest_African 1.40 Pct
Southeast_Asian
Atlantic_Med 0.37 Pct
North_European 4.04 Pct
South_Asian
East_African 7.14 Pct
Southwest_Asian
East_Asian
Caucasus
Sub_Saharan 87.06 Pct
      

Admix Results (sorted):

# Population Percent
1 Sub_Saharan 87.06
2 East_African 7.14
3 North_European 4.04
4 Northwest_African 1.40

Finished reading population data. 223 populations found.
12 components mode.

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Least-squares method.

Using 1 population approximation:
1 Bantu_S.E._S.Sotho_HGDP @ 5.941215
2 Bantu_S.E._Zulu_HGDP @ 5.989156
3 Bantu_S.W._Herero_HGDP @ 6.191617
4 Bantu_S.E._Pedi_HGDP @ 6.740980
5 Bantu_S.E._Tswana_HGDP @ 6.879447
6 Bantu_S.W._Ovambo_HGDP @ 7.860303
7 ASW30_HapMap3 @ 8.954385
8 Mandenka_HGDP @ 13.194644
9 Yoruba_HGDP @ 15.393278
10 YRI30_HGDP @ 15.393278
11 Bantu_N.E._HGDP @ 18.725086
12 LWK30_Behar @ 21.019032
13 MKK30_Dodecad @ 82.090340
14 Sandawe_He_Henn @ 84.022049
15 Algerian_Dodecad @ 91.012428
16 Yemenese_Behar @ 91.091537
17 Moroccans_Behar @ 93.398926
18 Egyptans_Behar @ 93.721519
19 Uzbeks_Behar @ 95.749939
20 Uygur_HGDP @ 96.872185

Using 2 populations approximation:
1 50% ASW30_HapMap3 +50% Bantu_S.E._Zulu_HGDP @ 3.317516

Using 3 populations approximation:
1 50% ASW30_HapMap3 +25% Bantu_S.E._Pedi_HGDP +25% Bantu_S.E._S.Sotho_HGDP @ 3.302686

Using 4 populations approximation:
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1 ASW30_HapMap3 + Bantu_N.E._HGDP + Bantu_S.W._Ovambo_HGDP + Mandenka_HGDP @ 3.048530
2 ASW30_HapMap3 + Bantu_S.W._Ovambo_HGDP + LWK30_Behar + Mandenka_HGDP @ 3.051240
3 ASW30_HapMap3 + Bantu_N.E._HGDP + Bantu_S.W._Herero_HGDP + Mandenka_HGDP @ 3.086563
4 ASW30_HapMap3 + Bantu_N.E._HGDP + Bantu_S.E._S.Sotho_HGDP + Mandenka_HGDP @ 3.213704
5 ASW30_HapMap3 + LWK30_Behar + Mandenka_HGDP + Mandenka_HGDP @ 3.215178
6 ASW30_HapMap3 + Bantu_S.W._Herero_HGDP + LWK30_Behar + Mandenka_HGDP @ 3.249026
7 ASW30_HapMap3 + Bantu_N.E._HGDP + Bantu_S.E._Zulu_HGDP + Mandenka_HGDP @ 3.261099
8 ASW30_HapMap3 + ASW30_HapMap3 + Bantu_S.E._Pedi_HGDP + Bantu_S.E._S.Sotho_HGDP @ 3.302686
9 ASW30_HapMap3 + ASW30_HapMap3 + Bantu_N.E._HGDP + Yoruba_HGDP

Population
Ancestral_North_Eurasian 1.76 Pct
Ancestral_South_Eurasian 0.76 Pct
East_Asian
West_European_Hunter_Gartherer 2.39 Pct
Natufian 1.95 Pct
Sub_Saharan 93.13 Pct

Admix Results (sorted):

# Population Percent
1 Sub_Saharan 93.13
2 West_European_Hunter_Gartherer 2.39
3 Natufian 1.95
4 Ancestral_North_Eurasian 1.76
5 Ancestral_South_Eurasian 0.76

Single Population Sharing:

# Population (source) Distance
1 Gambian 4.77
2 Esan 8.16
3 Yoruba 8.16
4 Mota 12.59
5 Hadza 14.06
6 Masai 27.1
7 Somali 49.08
8 Moroccan 84.37
9 Saharawi 85.73
10 Algerian 87.94
11 Yemeni 94.4
12 Libyan 94.75
13 Egyptian 97.91
14 GoyetQ116 101.79
15 BedouinA 103.97
16 Jordanian 106.72
17 Syrian 107.67
18 Palestinian 107.97
19 Steppe_IA 109.71
20 Turkmen 109.76

Mixed Mode Population Sharing:

# Primary Population (source) Secondary Population (source) Distance
1 96% Gambian + 4% Steppe_Eneolithic @ 0.67
2 96% Gambian + 4% Steppe_EMBA @ 0.71
3 93.2% Yoruba + 6.8% Steppe_MLBA @ 0.8
4 93.2% Esan + 6.8% Steppe_MLBA @ 0.8
5 96% Gambian + 4% Steppe_MLBA @ 0.89
6 93.3% Yoruba + 6.7% Ukrainian @ 1.07
7 93.3% Esan + 6.7% Ukrainian @ 1.07
8 95.9% Gambian + 4.1% Steppe_IA @ 1.07
9 93.3% Esan + 6.7% Russian @ 1.11
10 93.3% Yoruba + 6.7% Russian @ 1.11
11 93.4% Yoruba + 6.6% Norwegian @ 1.11
12 93.4% Esan + 6.6% Norwegian @ 1.11
13 96% Gambian + 4% Russian @ 1.12
14 96.1% Gambian + 3.9% Estonian @ 1.13
15 96% Gambian + 4% Finnish @ 1.13
16 96.1% Gambian + 3.9% Lithuanian @ 1.13
17 93.4% Yoruba + 6.6% Hungarian @ 1.14
18 93.4% Esan + 6.6% Hungarian @ 1.14
19 93.4% Yoruba + 6.6% Scottish @ 1.14
20 93.4% Esan + 6.6% Scottish @ 1.14

 

Tracing Sephardic Spainish Jewish ancestry

Population
S_Indian
Mediterranean 0.62 Pct
Siberian
Wht_Nile_River 8.08 Pct
Amerindian
S_African 2.60 Pct
E_Asian
Caucasian
NE_European 3.62 Pct
Omo_River 0.25 Pct
W_African 82.21 Pct
Horn_Of_Africa 2.37 Pct
Oceanian 0.27 Pct
Beringiaen
SW_Asian
      

Admix Results (sorted):

# Population Percent
1 W_African 82.21
2 Wht_Nile_River 8.08
3 NE_European 3.62
4 S_African 2.6
5 Horn_Of_Africa 2.37
6 Mediterranean 0.62
7 Oceanian 0.27
8 Omo_River 0.25

Single Population Sharing:

# Population (source) Distance
1 Bamoun 5.52
2 Hausa 5.74
3 Igbo 6.6
4 Bambaran 7.35
5 African_American 9.46
6 Brong 10.45
7 Mandinka 12.86
8 NE_Bantu 15.64
9 Yoruban 16.32
10 Luhya 21.39
11 SA_Bantu 26.18
12 Xhosa 36.52
13 Pygmy 44.12
14 Sandawe 59.09
15 Dominican 60.54
16 Puerto_Rican 69.75
17 Somali_Benadiri 74.77
18 Moroccan 77.67
19 Maasai 77.89
20 Mozabite_Berber 80.7

Mixed Mode Population Sharing:

# Primary Population (source) Secondary Population (source) Distance
1 64.5% Hausa + 35.5% African_American @ 2.89
2 95.5% Hausa + 4.5% Lithuanian @ 3.09
3 95.4% Hausa + 4.6% Belarusian @ 3.1
4 60.6% Igbo + 39.4% African_American @ 3.12
5 95.4% Hausa + 4.6% Karelian @ 3.12
6 95.4% Hausa + 4.6% Finnish @ 3.12
7 95.4% Hausa + 4.6% Russian @ 3.13
8 95.4% Hausa + 4.6% Mordovian @ 3.14
9 95.4% Hausa + 4.6% Polish @ 3.17
10 95.4% Hausa + 4.6% Swedish @ 3.21
11 95.4% Hausa + 4.6% Norwegian @ 3.24
12 57.4% Bambaran + 42.6% African_American @ 3.25
13 95.4% Hausa + 4.6% North_German @ 3.25
14 95.5% Hausa + 4.5% Scottish @ 3.28
15 95.4% Hausa + 4.6% Slovenian @ 3.29
16 95.4% Hausa + 4.6% Orcadian @ 3.29
17 95.4% Hausa + 4.6% Austrian @ 3.3
18 95.4% Hausa + 4.6% Irish @ 3.3
19 95.4% Hausa + 4.6% English @ 3.3
20 95.4% Hausa + 4.6% Hungarian @

South Sudanese Bantu -My DNA connections

Admix Results (sorted):

# Population Percent
1 W_Benue_Congo 58.89
2 E_Benue_Congo 25.56
3 Western_Semitic 5.12
4 Omotic 2.47
5 Southern_HG 2.39
6 Eastern_HG 2.17
7 Ubangian_Congo 1.93
8 Nilo_Saharan 1.47

Single Population Sharing:

# Population (source) Distance
1 Nigeria_Hausa 5.73
2 Mali_Mandinka 5.89
3 Nigeria_Igbo 8.73
4 Cameroon_Bamoun 11.82
5 DRC_Kongo 11.93
6 Nigeria_Yoruba 13.14
7 Chad_Kaba 13.76
8 Ghana_Brong 15.17
9 Cameroon_Fang 17.89
10 Mali_Bambaran 18.03
11 SA_Nguni 23.74
12 SA_Pedi 24.95
13 Cameroon_Mada 25.74
14 Kenyan_Bantu 27.03
15 SA_Bantu 30.57
16 SA_Sotho/Tswana 31.32
17 Mali_Dogon 33.95
18 SA_Xhosa 35.58
19 Nigeria_Fulani 36.38
20 Kenyan_Luhya 42.86

Mixed Mode Population Sharing:

# Primary Population (source) Secondary Population (source) Distance
1 87.4% Nigeria_Igbo + 12.6% Tanzania_Sandawe @ 2.48
2 81.9% Nigeria_Yoruba + 18.1% Tanzania_Sandawe @ 2.86
3 88.3% Nigeria_Hausa + 11.7% Nigeria_Fulani @ 3.14
4 94.7% Nigeria_Hausa + 5.3% S_Moroccan @ 3.28
5 95.3% Nigeria_Hausa + 4.7% Mozabite @ 3.46
6 95.8% Nigeria_Hausa + 4.2% Egyptian @ 3.47
7 95.6% Nigeria_Hausa + 4.4% N_Moroccan @ 3.5
8 95.6% Nigeria_Hausa + 4.4% Tunisian @ 3.5
9 95.5% Nigeria_Hausa + 4.5% Libyan @ 3.51
10 95.5% Nigeria_Hausa + 4.5% Algerian @ 3.61
11 76.5% Ghana_Brong + 23.5% DRC_Hema @ 3.89
12 51.3% Nigeria_Hausa + 48.7% Mali_Mandinka @ 4
13 95.1% Nigeria_Hausa + 4.9% Ethiopian_Tygray @ 4.16
14 86.1% Nigeria_Igbo + 13.9% DRC_Hema @ 4.18
15 73.1% Mali_Mandinka + 26.9% DRC_Kongo @ 4.21
16 81% Mali_Mandinka + 19% Cameroon_Fang @ 4.26
17 95.2% Nigeria_Hausa + 4.8% Ethiopian_Amhara @ 4.27
18 95.3% Nigeria_Hausa + 4.7% Ethiopian_Afar @ 4.34
19 76.5% Nigeria_Igbo + 23.5% SA_Pedi @ 4.35
20 75.6% Nigeria_Igbo + 24.4% SA_Nguni @ 4.43
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The Living descendants of the Egyptians: article by All empires.com

One fact that was meant to be hidden is that the M2 lineage carrying, Niger-Congo/Kordofanian speaking, broad featured (“true Negro”) populations of Equatorial Africa and their New World extensions are the living descendants of the ancient Egyptians (and Hebrews). They do not want us to know that we were at the basis of all of these ancient civilizations and not as slaves but masters (Sidi Badr). WE DID NOT ORIGINATE IN WEST AFRICA, BUT AS ATTESTED TO BY EVERY TRIBAL ELDER WE ORIGINATED IN NUBIA-EGYPT (see the black and white map below) IN EASTERN AFRICA. These two civilizations were the oldest (Nubia), longest lasting and greatest (most contributing) civilizations in World History. The ancient Egyptian civilization is much older than the 5,000 year date given by “traditional”(liars) Egyptologist but instead it’s over 12,000 years old. Older black and or African scholars still alive today like Theophile Obenga and Dr. Yosef Ben Jochannan  for decades have debunked the Western lead lies in regards ancient Egypt and to the “Bantu Migration” from Cameroon and the ridiculous lie that the ancient Egyptian language is not related to Niger-Congo. African scholars (who actually speak African languages) have long criticized the entire “Afro-Asiatic” category of African languages. This video explains the basics behind the dilemma.
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Above is a quote from the article click the below link for the full post which I recommend. I will be compiling my own research on the above matter and my previous post Reclaiming the African in My African American Ethnicity — Ariana Fiorello-Omotosho The previous post is of a African descendant brought to the New world in slavery from Nigeria and Cameroon. The analysis of her DNA by a professional company traces her genealogy to one of 2 places (I would personally say both places) Egypt or Palestine. If you have read my post on my Akan and Igbo ancestors you will be aware that I also have a DNA match cousin who’s ancestry was tracing back to Egypt and Saudi Arabia rather than palestine 1000-2000 years ago.

Click below for the full post (The article is mind blowing and needs to be read more than once to be truly absorbed in my opinion)

http://www.allempires.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=35257

Black history in the Bible 2018 summary & Hebrews of West Africa

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See also this post extract below

Do you know that the Akans knew Yahwe before the “so-called” introduction of Christianity in Ghana? In fact the Akans called Saturday by the very name of Jehovah? Akans called Saturday Memeneda. Me means “I”, Ne means “Am”, Da means “Day”. Thus Memeneda wits “I, I am day”. Isaiah 43:25 and countless quotations in the Bible refer to God as “I, I am” which is Yahwe in Hebrew or Jehovah in English. Infact Akans called God “Kwame”. Kwame is the name of a saturday male born among Akans. the name Kwame is Kwadaa Nyame (shortened Kwame) thus Child of Almighty God. Akans know Saturday to be the day of the Almighty God.

Thursday in Akan is Yawooda. The first two letters is Ya (h) which is the name of God (Yahwe or Jehovah). In akan “H” is sometimes remove if it comes after “A”. for example my name is Yeboah with H, it can also be spelt as Yeboa without the H. Thus Yah is sometimes written as Ya. thus Yawooda is sometimes written as Yahwooda. In fact many people use the second spelling in akan more than the first. the Second three letters WOO means born, or birth. the DA means day. Thus the name Yahwooda is translated into English as “Birth day of Yah” or “the day that Yah was born”. Does this ring the bell that Jesus Christ (who is Yah in Human form” might have been born on Thursday?

Akans named the days of the week after events. for example, “Tuesday” in Akan is “Ebenada”. Ebena in Ashanti/akan means “Lamentation, lament,  crying, or  cry”. I have already explain that da in english is day. Thus Ebenada means day of lamentation. Compare the state of Ashanti today and lamentation 1.

http://sirkoywayo.blogspot.com/2014/06/akans-in-bible-hebrews-of-africa.html