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The Alanic Origin of the Shapiro Rabbinical Lineage

The potential Alan/Khazar of the Shapiro Rabbinical Lineage is discussed in a draft manuscript by Paull, J.M, Briskman, J., and Steeble, S.K. This is their abstract: The goal of this Y-DNA research study is to utilize both traditional genealogical and current … Continue reading

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Resurrecting the ancient Israelites from the Valley of Dry Bones

The hand of the LORD was on me, and he brought me out by the Spirit of the LORD and set me in the middle of a valley; it was full of bones. He led me back and forth among … Continue reading

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Why do infants suddenly die? Why did Satan marry Lilith? Why do Jewish parents pass their boys as girls?

Our world is filled with mysteries that often seem unrelated. Consider Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) or cot death, this form of unexplained death occurs when a seemingly healthy infant (0-12 months) dies in sleep with no cause of death … Continue reading

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In search of the True Jewish Patriarchs

The quest to trace the Jewish Patriarchs has been going on for millennia. According to mythology, the Judaeans descended from three Patriarchs—Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob—who are buried in the Cave of the Patriarchs (Cave of Machpelah) in Hebron along with … Continue reading

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A response to criticism for the Elhaik 2018 SIDS study

On June 7th, I uploaded a manuscript to bioRxiv that describes an ecological study between two common infant phenotypes (male neonatal circumcision (MNC) and prematurity) and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). The paper is currently under review in a medical … Continue reading

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New study: 23andMe results are nonsense. But why?

GPS Origins, developed at my lab (COI, I consult with DDC) accepts DNA results generated by other companies. DNA tests have a large cost and if we can save people who already took the test some money, why not? Here is … Continue reading

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