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    Quote Originally Posted by Leyva View Post
    I think Mexicans are more of a mixture of Senegambia and Central Africa
    These are my results
    Cool results, have you tested with AncestryDNA?

    I'm curious how 23 and Ancestry differ regarding the African components.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaquille View Post
    For real?
    @Celph Titled I thought yall were only Angolans.
    We are majority Angolan with minor other, usually always Senegal or whatever
    also I am sure Angolans will be scoring some Senegal/Senegambian, I doubt they will be 100% Central African, not even other Africans score 100% their ethnic group on these DNA results, so therefore, some of that West African is actually part of the Angolan ancestry

    Leyva is only 8.3% West African, but keep in mind that Central Africans are not going to score 100% Congo or whatever, so hes actually less than 8.3% West African, lets take away 3% from that. So yeah, West African in Mexicans is still very irrelevant overall, while Angolan blood is the majority

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    @Celph Titled Thank you for clarifying my dude!

    @Hispaniola

    When I was reading Lemba's blog, I read that you guys also have individuals who may have higher Senegalese or higher Nigeria or higher Mali etc. I think alot of Caribbean islands have a diversity of African ethnic groups.

    The only way to be sure is having African DNA relatives. I got like three mixed race cousins in 23andme who are half African so I need to see if I match them with a euro segment or afro, if afro than I need to ask them where their afro parent came from.

    But most of these people never respond pfff. But do you know how to see that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaquille View Post
    Regarding the Dutch Antilles (Where I am from) and Suriname, the majority of our ancestors indeed came from the Kongo Kingdom (DRC Congo, Angola, Cameroon etc) although we have a good portion of Beninese and Ghanaian ancestry as well.
    Cameroon never been part of the Kongo kingdom. It was the southernmost part of Gabon, the Republic of Congo, western part of Democratic Republic of Congo and northern Angola. I read this about the Dutch Atlantic slave trade, it's very interesting.

    The Dutch in the Atlantic Slave Trade, 1600-1815 (PDF)

    Quote Originally Posted by Shaquille View Post
    Anyway what about Colombia? Didn't they also had a large amount of slaves from the Kongo Kingdom?
    Yes they had, especially the marron community in San Basilio de Palenque in Colombia. They speak a language called Palenquero which is a Spanish creole mixed with Kikongo words.




    A TEDx Talks that links the origins of Palenque with those of the Yombe people (a subgroup of the Kongo people)


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    these are my top 5, been proven with DNA

    1. Mexico
    2. Brazil
    3. Uruguay (most of their blacks came from Brazil)
    4. Colombia
    5. Haiti

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