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    Default Ancestry websites will find unknown or hybrid DNA soon

    With so many people using testing sites to understand their background by DNA, sooner or later a sample will come through that is very unusual. What do you suppose an hybrid human or unknown human classification result in the submission also going to other science gov officials besides the individual and will they tell the individual the true results which might be mind-blowing to them?

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    Default Re: Ancestry websites will find unknown or hybrid DNA soon

    Interesting here is Ancestry.com terms and conditions...

    https://blogs.ancestry.com/ancestry/...-and-your-dna/

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    Default Re: Ancestry websites will find unknown or hybrid DNA soon

    I've always suspected that there is some conspiracy behind genealogy and DNA collection. By doing your family tree, you are documenting bloodline connections. By submitting your own DNA you are proving these connections on another level.

    Genealogists receive a lot of support from the Church of Latter Day Saints (i.e. the mainline Mormons). Many churches have free research facilities and most of the companies that provide support (genealogy software, DNA processing companies) are owned by Mormons.

    Is it any coincidence that the NSA's new facility to story your personal electronic data is in Bluffdale, Utah, right in the middle of Mormon Country?

    I don't mean to implicate Mormons here, and I am sure that the conspiracy to collect all this information (DNA, genealogical records, electronic data) runs much wider than just the LDS church.

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    Default Re: Ancestry websites will find unknown or hybrid DNA soon

    I suspect there's a conspiracy behind ancestry websites too. But i went ahead and did the thing anyway.

    Why? Well, i'm filtering him out a little year by year, but i still have this little fellow on my shoulder that wins my ear from time to time, and his msg is unfailingly consistent. It goes like this: "Ah f#ck it. Just do it. Lets see what happens..."

    Ya know, I'm so convinced that I'm nobody important that going thru with it wasnt too tough. I'm mostly english and irish, with a sprinkling of scandinavia and 'eastern europe' in there..whatever that means. i made the quip somewhere here that i paid $100 to find out i was an american (i remember my stupid quips)

    But yes, one of my first thoughts was, "of course, theyre looking for alien dna.."
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    Default Re: Ancestry websites will find unknown or hybrid DNA soon

    In what way does ET DNA look different to ours Mojo?
    Last edited by findingneo; 8th January 2018 at 05:43. Reason: clarification

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    Default Re: Ancestry websites will find unknown or hybrid DNA soon

    Hi good question, basically a statistical outlier ie something that is very different than what their samples show and would be something to look closer at...cheers.. also it would be great to hear from those individuals claiming they are star seeds and maybe there will be a correlation?

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    Default Re: Ancestry websites will find unknown or hybrid DNA soon

    If you do submit your DNA for testing: use a fake name and a different mailing address.

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    Default Re: Ancestry websites will find unknown or hybrid DNA soon

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    Interesting here is Ancestry.com terms and conditions...

    https://blogs.ancestry.com/ancestry/...-and-your-dna/
    Interestingly the company literature and the rep answering questions in the comment section says many times, “we have never sold or provided your genetic data to insurers, employers or third-party marketers.“

    It doesn’t just say, “We never sell or provide your genetic data.” They specify only 3 places they don’t sell or provide it to. So they could be providing it any number of other individuals, governments or companies.

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    Default Re: Ancestry websites will find unknown or hybrid DNA soon

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    With so many people using testing sites to understand their background by DNA, sooner or later a sample will come through that is very unusual. What do you suppose an hybrid human or unknown human classification result in the submission also going to other science gov officials besides the individual and will they tell the individual the true results which might be mind-blowing to them?
    They could be looking for hybrids. Using these sites for people to send in samples. There was a Russian politican always talking about "the hybrids are at war".

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    I suspect there's a conspiracy behind ancestry websites too. But i went ahead and did the thing anyway.

    Why? Well, i'm filtering him out a little year by year, but i still have this little fellow on my shoulder that wins my ear from time to time, and his msg is unfailingly consistent. It goes like this: "Ah f#ck it. Just do it. Lets see what happens..."
    Ha ha My little fellow has said "Do a thing, wait for something to happen. Do a thing, wait for something to happen. Pretty fun game, huh?" (he's really little, lol)

    Most people think of our DNA being a static thing that's yours for life. It's used for crime prevention, and with DNA evidence, I just figured it was a static thing. But it isn't.

    So following that, I would imagine that my DNA could change 1,000 times over, and then go back to the way it originally was without me ever knowing. If I had the technology, I'd record my own DNA changes just out of curiosity.
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    Default Re: Ancestry websites will find unknown or hybrid DNA soon

    According to that link DNA changes only by degradation and true genes can mutate but basically think it is the same genetic markers...

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    I think locating more hybrids is exactly what this "Ancestry" type of stuff is for. It is getting more accessible by the minute and half of the tests are hardly even accurate, because the "results" they give you they couldn't really care about, all they care about are the "results" they are getting for themselves. Everything is going to be about hybrids, especially in the next few years..

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    Default Re: Ancestry websites will find unknown or hybrid DNA soon

    DNA turns on and off. Strands that are inactive can become active by thought and intention. I rather agree that such a search for hybrids might be part of the agenda but it always must be remembered that the modern genetics industry came out of the eugenics programs of the late 1800s-mid-1900s really to the present if you include the human genome study and these home dna tests. There has to be a greater agenda. And, if, as so many say, there are humans all over the galaxy already, who is to say that many humans on earth are not from elsewhere? The genome might not reflect star ancestry, especially if the tales are true that many different ET races have seeded earth over millions of years. That means their DNA would already be a part of human DNA and would not stand out as being unknown or other than human.

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    Default Re: Ancestry websites will find unknown or hybrid DNA soon

    I also kinda of laugh when I see how warm and fuzzy their adds are. Of course they are looking for alien DNA and want to know who is who via DNA, you know friend or foe. And of course they have technics to target a certain group for disease or for many other things, like breaking into your dream state to harass you. This is right up their with vaccinations and pharma drugs not to do. Why would I let them have my DNA for reasons I would never approve of, I wouldn't. Plus I already know enough about where I come from and who am I, I am me...cccme that is.
    As within so without

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    Default Re: Ancestry websites will find unknown or hybrid DNA soon

    "The DNA bank" is a Mormon, I mean, a Modern day version of Noah's ark

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    Quote Posted by mojo (here)
    According to that link DNA changes only by degradation and true genes can mutate but basically think it is the same genetic markers...
    Mojo yes, I really know little about it. I thought the D was for Dynamic there for a moment and almost went into shock - but turned out to not be true!!

    I hope we get a cool chromosome or something, not a nasty ol one like with down's syndrome. I don't know much about DNA but I know a bit about abnormalities, and ones like down's syndrome are just sad. People with down's have a "little something extra", ref: https://www.yourgenome.org/facts/what-is-downs-syndrome.

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    Default Re: Ancestry websites will find unknown or hybrid DNA soon

    looking for lost bloodlines so they can either monitor or "disappear"

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    Default Re: Ancestry websites will find unknown or hybrid DNA soon

    This article looks relevant to this thread.

    http://www.stillnessinthestorm.com/2...human-dna.html

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    Default Re: Ancestry websites will find unknown or hybrid DNA soon

    The doctor who supposedly removed "alien implants" from people [I forget his name at the moment] was of the belief that DNA acts as a transceiver. Something to consider.

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    Default Re: Ancestry websites will find unknown or hybrid DNA soon

    I cannot imagine that a true hybrid would be even allowed to submit their DNA since the whole "project" is supposed to be clandestine.
    Also, full DNA analysis is extremely expensive even if you break down and record the huge massive chain of about 20,000 genes.
    What they usually do is to look for specific markers, that way they can afford to do it so cheaply.

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