DNA - “Do Not Assimilate” — DNA Testing CANNOT Be Trusted

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People need to realize that DNA testing cannot be trusted.  It is in the hands of the same people as the vaccines and other drugs and medical procedures.  Do you trust them? Have you studied the vaccination issue?  Do you trust the AMA / FDA / CDC?  They are multi-billion dollar industries.  If they found a cure for cancer, or other such problems, they would put themselves out of a job!  They don’t want cures for diseases, they want drugs that control the disease so that you are on expensive medication (which requires repeated doctor’s visits and the doctor writing prescriptions—additional expense) and they want you at their mercy for the rest of your life.  If that is not their modus operandi, why then for the past 75 years have they not cured diseases, though hundreds of billions of dollars have been given to them?  Even with Rogaine, the hair loss medicine; unless it has changed, if you stop taking it your hair falls back out (whatever amount actually regrew)—and that does not even take into consideration the numerous contraindications (side effects, other health problems—often irreversible one, like liver or kidney damage—that drugs cause) because most pharmaceutical drugs are toxic.  The other hair loss medication, Propitia, if I remember the t.v. commercials from 20 years ago correctly, women who are pregnant cannot even hold the pill in their hand!

If they LIE about white people having some nonwhite blood, then many white people will give up and mongrelize.  Like someone dieting who realizes he has been eating the wrong food who then gives up and doesn’t even try to diet.  Like the Catholic who thinks, I am going to hell anyway so why even try?  One company has reportedly been caught telling white people they are part African.  One book came out about 15 years ago claiming most white people are part black and don’t know it.  Those who have no heritage to be proud of what to destroy the heritage of those who do have an honorable heritate.  It is a hate crime.

While the tests may contain truth (even a majority of truth), it is not the truth you need to be concerned about, but the % of error or outright falsehood.

Also DNA testing, just like computers, is based upon GIGO / garbage in garbage out.  Their DNA science is only valid to the degree that they actually know what they are talking about and they do not.  Much of science is not “hard” science — it is not based upon scientific law.  Indeed, there are scientific laws, it is just that man has not really discovered them; they come close, but science / physics continually changes because they don’t understand the law, they come close at times, but even then, they are “off” a bit.  Likewise, if they think that some gene or DNA strand is a marker for a certain race, they may be right; but they may be wrong.  Their testing is only valid if what they think they know is right, which it most probably is not in many cases because it is based on self-reporting.  American Indian DNA rarely shows up on a DNA test because most with Indian blood report that they are Caucasian, so the American Indian DNA marker it falsely construed as Caucasian. 

See: https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&...

I researched, extensively, my mother’s father’s genealogy back to about 1,500 ancestors some back to the first millennia and even the first century.  That may sound like a lot, but after only 12 generations everyone will have 8,190 ancestors; after 24 generations, 33,554,000 (rounded).  It is 187 or so generations back to Adam; but of course it started over with Noah.  However, the farther you go back (especially if your people did not move around a lot) many of those 8,190 or 33.5 million will be the same person; you will have descended from mayn of the same persons multiple times (and at some point back to Noah your ancestors for each generation back will have to invert back to 1 couple per generation (Noah and his wife), not 512 great-grandparents (9th generation), 1,024 great-grandparents (10th generation), etc.  Some of my ancestors who were probably thought to have been from Germany, had ancestors who came from the Netherlands, whose ancestors came from Belgium, whose ancestors came from Austria.  So what were they?

Unless they dig Adam up from the grave and know it is Adam and can obtain a DNA sample from bone marrow if it still exists, they do not have a pure sample to know what it should look like, so the rest is educated guesswork, sophisticated, but still guesswork (which does not even take dishonesty into account; and much of science and research is dishonest, producing the “results” that those paying for the results want).  

So also with any other primary nonadamite tribe.  DNA is not like oil and water.  You can’t shake it up and all the oil floats to the top and all the water sinks to the bottom.  So there is no 100% foolproof method of telling what is what; it is guesswork based upon averages and self reporting... but they don’t know if some white DNA got into the Chinese or Jews bloodlines way back, which then passed to nearly the whole population, and if they think that DNA is a chinese or a Jewish marker, they could be wrong... all it could mean is that the majority of Jews or Chinese have that marker, but that does not mean that it is in its origins Chinese or Jewish.  DNA can prove nothing.  That is why Christ said it is the job of the angels on the Day of Judgment to separate the wheat from the tares—not the job of scientists.  However, we are commanded to discern and remain separate.  Photos of parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, siblings; family names and genealogies are all important.  The genealogies were consulted when the remnant returned from Babylon; and the detailed genealogies are given in many places in Scripture for a reason.  The verse about “endless genealogies” is taken out of context and twisted into heresy by antichrists or ignorant Christians who think that genealogies and race are unimportant.  Such do not know God.

See: "Endless Genealogies"