Hey guys, this is Dominique La Capra coming to you live!

I’m so sorry I’ve been away from YouTube for so long. It’s so hard for me to be consistent but I’m so happy that I’m finally uploading a video again!

In this video I will be revealing my DNA results which I have received from AncestryDNA. I had so much fun going through the whole process of shipping my DNA out and waiting to receive my results. It didn’t even take that long to get the results (only about 5-6 weeks)!

I will also be doing a little review on AncestryDNA to give my input on how reliable the test is, so stay for the whole video to hear about that!

All in all I really enjoyed making this video and the results were very surprising!

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  1. Spaniards and italians are basically the same thing.

  2. Ancestry just update all results. You should do a new video on your new results

  3. By the way, Italian is a "culture", not a genetic race. Most Northern Italians are Germanic people and most southern are a combination of Germanic, Middle Eastern, and Greek,

  4. My family is from Molise region. I always get mistaken for Middle Eastern. And you look Middle Eastern too. The history of Italy is wrapped up with the Middle East. The original Italians were Etruscans (before the Romans) and came from the Caucus region of Turkey, Armenia, etc. Then the Romans came to Italy (no one is really sure about Romans) and later the Arabs came during the Middle Ages and took over and populated Sicily and parts of southern Italy. The Bari region of Italy was an Arab Emirate for a little while. And the Arabs almost took Rome at one point. When the Normans, with help of the Pope, drove the Arabs from Sicily , many fled to southern Italy and whole group was relocated to Lucera, Foggia region, where they built Mosques, had camels, and had their own community. They eventually mixed in with the locals in the area and took on Latin names. So, yes….lots of Middle Eastern DNA in Sicily and Southern Italy. Many Italian last names are still showing the Arab influence. I am one of the ancestors as well as you.

  5. I know you're busy with college but I really look forward to your videos. Could you please post one soon?!

  6. I'm not gonna lie you have a cool ass last name.

  7. Well, i didn't watch your video to see your DNA results because by looking at you i already know that you are of Southern Italian / Greek origin. South Italian is almost like saying Greek. Especially the Italians from Campania and Calabria they look too Greek.

  8. Hey girl!! I know this has nothing to do with the video but I thought I'd ask anyway ? in your opinion what are the best dorms at wvu ? is Morgantown nice ?

  9. So little Nordic percentage in your dna. We in southern Europe are very mixed with Arabs and other races. This is why the economic and scientific development is lagging in comparison to northern Europe. The good thing though is that we're still humans. Now the Nordic people are mixing with some nationalities which soon will put them in a worse condition than we are.

  10. The Brow can not lie nomatter what color is the hair.

  11. Ah wow cool results! Basically I got 56% European, 43% African, and 1% Native American, with most of my dna coming from Great Britain and Western Europe. This is gonna be a random question, but are you from nj ??

  12. These ancestry or ethnicity dna tests are selling the modern day equivalent of selling a pet rock or snake oil.

    There is nothing in one's dna that links them to where they were born. If there is nothing in your dna that links you to where you were born, then there is nothing in one's ancestors that links them to where they were supposedly from.

    Another logical fallacy of these ancestry or ethnicity dna test, is that mental constructs can not be manifest or replicated in one's dna. Anyone beyond the age of two knows that language, culture, ethnicity, religion or life, has to be learned.

    Another logical fallacy is that an individual is only made up of a few haplogroups, when the biological reproductive process is a geometric progression of the power of two, which meaning that going back only 20 generations, there were 1,048,576 contributors to one's dna. It is possible to go from specific to general but it is impossible to go from general to specific.

    Another logical fallacy is that an haplogroup establishes any link to one's real identity. Because of biological reproductive process, each individual is a uniquely distinct individual where each generation losing access to half of the previous generation's dna, one is only genetically related to 254 other individuals which only goes back 7 generations.

    The biological reproductive process is an evolutionary process, where no one has ever been the same or will ever be the same that can only be linked to one's actual progenitors, not some fictional mental construct.

  13. Love this! I also posted a video on my dna results if you wanna check it out:)

  14. they don't know if you're greek, they just can't tell the difference between italians and greek

  15. Dominique, very few people who call themselves" Italian" are 100% pure Italian, because of the long history of Italy, in particular and of the Mediterranean world, in general. Your dad's family most likely came from the region around Naples, Italy. You did not say where your mom's family came from? Most Southern Italians came to America to escape the grinding poverty in Italy in the 19th and early 20th centuries. If you want to find out more about your own family, and not just their DNA, you would have to do genealogical research, which is a lot different from just DNA Mapping Analysis.Good luck!

  16. I want to do this so much as I am literally a complete mystery! ? love the video! Was your parents surprised by any of the results? I definitely liked and subscribed! I also have a channel if you want to support each other? ??

  17. Love your videos! Can you please do a GRWM clubbing edition I love the way you do your makeup

  18. Cool ancestry! On my fathers side of the family we always thought we were mainly Italian, but coming to find out we are more Dutch(Netherlands) then we are Italian.

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