Saturday, April 7, 2012
YDNA Route From India to Mexico
I came across this map illustrating another DNA study and I noticed something I hadn't seen before: I picked out two stations on the map by adding boxes around the letter symbols.
In this case, there is a distinct line that can be traced out of India headed to points Eastward, and ending up in Mexico. This confirms the "Pretty Ladies and the Indus Script" scenario. There are some other settlements along the way, in Indonesia>Australia and in Japan>Eastern Siberia: the "Pretty Ladies and Indus script" scenario already mentions both of the other settlements along the way, because grafitti which looks much like the Indus script has been found inscribed on rock faces in both Indonesia and Japan. And since there are no other traces of the haplogroup in North America along the route shown, it is more likely to have been brought by Transpacific voyagers, by boat. These would be males because the Y chromosome is what was represented in the study
I see this as quite remarkable and as a direct confirmation of my theory.
Best Wishes, Dale D.