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The False World of DNA - Ancestry Testing Technology

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As we have been stating for years, these DNA testing companies are running various forms of scams on people, especially on New Afrikans. The following articles, and many more, expose these DNA tests for what they are. The only sure route for the New Afrikan to find out who they truly are is through a Roots Reading

Researchers caution against genetic ancestry testing

For many Americans, the potential to track one's DNA to a specific country, region or tribe with a take-home kit is highly alluring. But while the popularity of genetic ancestry testing is rising - particularly among African Americans - the technology is flawed and could spawn unwelcome societal consequences, according to researchers from several institutions nationwide, including the University of California, Berkeley. Read the complete article here.

How Reliable Are Home DNA Ancestry Tests? Investigation Uses Triplets to Find Out

The sisters were all 99 percent European but the test from 23andMe also showed some surprising differences. Nicole was 11 percent French and German but Erica was 22.3 percent. Their sister Jaclyn was in the middle at 18 percent. "I'm surprised," Nicole said. "I’m surprised because we came from the same egg and DNA. How are our ancestries different?" Read the complete article here.

Inside The Shady World Of DNA Testing Companies

"At least once a week, we'll get a call from somebody who took two or three other tests and then ours, and complains about how different they are. Usually it's 5-20 percent off, but we got an email from a guy showing how in one test he was 7 percent Irish, Scottish, and Welsh, then on another he was 33 percent, and then on ours 45 percent, and he wanted to know what was wrong with everyone. We wrote to him that each test is different because of the number and types of genetic markers used, which can skew data, but he wrote back and said that we were con men."

Another thing that complicates DNA test results: interracial lovemaking. "Sometimes the saliva looks good and we test it, but then the results show something really messed up. We had a few tests where the genetic markers where everywhere, on five continents. It's really rare for that to happen. The percentage points were 10 percent in India, 10 percent in China, 5 percent Native American, 10 percent Sub-Saharan Africa, 20 percent Scandinavia-Norway. You can imagine. I called [some of these customers], I explained what the situation was and went down the results, and what always happened was that they would say yes to half, and no to the other half of the ancestry they knew. When we asked if they knew anyone who fit the other ancestry results, they would say, 'Oh, my husband/wife/fiancee/boyfriend/girlfriend is!'

 Read the complete article here.

(Video) The Monarchy of Ganlodo Names Princess Nuhwento Person of the Year

We are proudly honored to name Naa (Princess) Nuhwento as the Ganlodo Person /Afrikan of the Year for the year of 6258 (March 20, 2017 - March 19, 2018) for her dedication and support to the person and crown of Axosu Àgèlògbàgàn and the Monarchy of Ganlodo in general. Naa Nuhwento has consistently shown the [...]

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(Video) Axosu Agelogbagan and the Maroons/Nationalists of America Strip Continental Afrikans of any Authority because they have Sold Out Afrikan Traditions

In this video, HRM Axosu Agelogbagan Agbovi I, the first Aja culture king outside of Afrika, makes a decree denouncing those Afrikan-born people for their sell-out actions when it comes to Afrikan culture and spiritual traditions. In this video, the Axosu makes it clear that there is no reconciling and turning back when looking at [...]

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(Video) The King Speaks: A Brief Forecast for the Year 6259 (March 20, 2018 - March 19, 2019)

In this video, Kabiyesi Axosu - Agelogbagan Agbovi I, Ganlodoxosu, speaks on some of the vital things we can look for in the coming year.Part 1Part 2

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Just in Case You were Wondering: The Physical Transition of a Beloved and True Pan Afrikan Nationalist

A Lesson on How Afrikans Handle One Part of Human TransitionEveryone knows us to be strictly about Maroonage. So, some may be wondering why we have not posted about the passing of a noted true Afrikan female leader. This is because in OUR culture we do not mention the names or speak on the lives [...]

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National N'ko Day Greetings from the Monarchy of Ganlodo

What the above says in the Aja-Fon language, using the N'ko Afrikan writing script, is:Greetings on National Nko Day. We wish you all a strong N'ko Day. On this day in the year 6190 AX (1949 Gregorian calendar time), Souleman Kante of Guinea, West Mawufe (Afrika) revealed his N'ko writing script. This script was intended for [...]

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(Video) Back to Basics: What is Vodun?

In this video, HRM Axosu Agelogbagan Agbovi I goes back to basics to explain some rudimentary tents of African Vodun. For much deeper and esoteric teachings on West Afrikan Vodun, check out the Essence of West Afrikan Vodun Video Series. Read more and purchase at this highlighted link produced by the Ganlodo Center for Vodun Instruction (GCVI).

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Yovo Opioid Problems: The Yovo Gets Help for Their Drug Issues and Afrikans Get Locked up for Theirs

When Afrikan people use crack and whatever drug, it's a crime. They go to jail or prison. When The European yovo uses drugs and dies (opioids in this case), it's a disease and 10,000 treatment options are presented. It's an epidemic and not a "war on drugs". The police are even given drugs to reverse [...]

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(Video) Clarifications on Just What the Maroon Monarchy of Ganlodo Represents

In this video, HRM Axosu Agelogbagan breaks down an overview of the philosophy of Ganlodo Monarchy founded on Voto 24, 6253 (May 12, 2012 Gregorian time). This video is clear cut on what Ganlodo is and is not about.Don't forget the book that is changing how Afrikan culture is being viewed and lived.The Kilombo Paradigm: Maroon [...]

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Kilombomuntu (Maroons) Land Rights Under Attack by Brazilian Whites

"With the recent onslaught of initiatives launched by Brazil’s wealthy ruralist elite to undo environmental and indigenous protections so as to seize more land for agribusiness, the plight of the Quilombolas — the people living in the remote hinterland communities set up by Afro-Brazilians, largely runaway slaves — has received little press.Yet for Quilombola communities, [...]

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