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12th Dec 2022

Yeah! The Jewish roots are strong in Northern Mexico! If you'd like to read more about those roots and the Garzas, I highly recommend this book

Amazon.com https://www.amazon.com/dp/B012G2PF2W?ref_=cm_sw_r_apann_ts_N4RDMJWQRYJN4ZFVRFWH

The Garza line made many people eligible for Portuguese and Spanish citizenship. I applied for the Portuguese one, but the two countries have changed the laws to where people can't really apply anymore. There since 2015 a bunch did, and a good amount of Mexicans got Iberians citizenship due to their Garza lines.

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10th Sep 2022

I forgot to mention. This is regarding a lot of the populations that were the founding populations of Northern Mexico of which most of us descend from.

The Conquistadores and Crypto-Jews of Monterrrey https://www.amazon.com/dp/B012G2PF2W/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_GT2KK9FK1ZH4NZEAPQ7Y

"The outstanding investigation into the background of the individuals who joined Carvajal in the colonization of the New Kingdom of León was performed by Eugenio del Hoyo. The three tables presented at the end of this chapter are entirely based on del Hoyo’s research work. Table I is a list of the passengers, most of them crypto-Jews, on the Santa Catalina. Table II is a list of the persons who came with Carvajal from the province of Pánuco close to Tampico. Del Hoyo writes: “This gives us a total of 40, of which we have facts or strong suspicions that 25 of them are crypto-Jews, that is, about 62.5%.” If we combine these facts with those of the passengers of the Santa Catalina ship, we have a total of 72 people, of which 47 are Sephardim, which gives a percentage of 65.3%.” (Del Hoyo 1979, 240-241) Table III is a list of the individuals who came with Luis de Carvajal from Saltillo. Many of them were among the first settlers in Saltillo, coming by way of the mining towns of Zacatecas and Mazapil. Concerning this list, del Hoyo writes: “This last list gives us a total of 187 persons, of which we believe 130 are of Portuguese origin, which gives us a percentage of 74.8% of Sephardim. Combining these figures with those we obtained on studying the people who came by way of Huasteca, we have a total of 259 people, of which we believe 177 are of Jewish-Portuguese descent, giving us a percentage of 68.3 %.” (Del Hoyo 1979, 268)".

Seems like it would be easy to misattribute the DNA. These people didn't mix out. Their families grew and they intermarried exponentially.

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10th Sep 2022

I forgot to mention. This is regarding a lot of the populations that were the founding populations of Northern Mexico of which most of us descend from.

The Conquistadores and Crypto-Jews of Monterrrey https://www.amazon.com/dp/B012G2PF2W/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_GT2KK9FK1ZH4NZEAPQ7Y

"The outstanding investigation into the background of the individuals who joined Carvajal in the colonization of the New Kingdom of León was performed by Eugenio del Hoyo. The three tables presented at the end of this chapter are entirely based on del Hoyo’s research work. Table I is a list of the passengers, most of them crypto-Jews, on the Santa Catalina. Table II is a list of the persons who came with Carvajal from the province of Pánuco close to Tampico. Del Hoyo writes: “This gives us a total of 40, of which we have facts or strong suspicions that 25 of them are crypto-Jews, that is, about 62.5%.” If we combine these facts with those of the passengers of the Santa Catalina ship, we have a total of 72 people, of which 47 are Sephardim, which gives a percentage of 65.3%.” (Del Hoyo 1979, 240-241) Table III is a list of the individuals who came with Luis de Carvajal from Saltillo. Many of them were among the first settlers in Saltillo, coming by way of the mining towns of Zacatecas and Mazapil. Concerning this list, del Hoyo writes: “This last list gives us a total of 187 persons, of which we believe 130 are of Portuguese origin, which gives us a percentage of 74.8% of Sephardim. Combining these figures with those we obtained on studying the people who came by way of Huasteca, we have a total of 259 people, of which we believe 177 are of Jewish-Portuguese descent, giving us a percentage of 68.3 %.” (Del Hoyo 1979, 268)".

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10th Sep 2022

Well another thing man I forgot to mention. Many northern Mexicans descend from these founding populations. So that's why I think the DNA can pop up as regular Iberian.

The Conquistadores and Crypto-Jews of Monterrrey https://www.amazon.com/dp/B012G2PF2W/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_GT2KK9FK1ZH4NZEAPQ7Y

"The outstanding investigation into the background of the individuals who joined Carvajal in the colonization of the New Kingdom of León was performed by Eugenio del Hoyo. The three tables presented at the end of this chapter are entirely based on del Hoyo’s research work. Table I is a list of the passengers, most of them crypto-Jews, on the Santa Catalina. Table II is a list of the persons who came with Carvajal from the province of Pánuco close to Tampico. Del Hoyo writes: “This gives us a total of 40, of which we have facts or strong suspicions that 25 of them are crypto-Jews, that is, about 62.5%.” If we combine these facts with those of the passengers of the Santa Catalina ship, we have a total of 72 people, of which 47 are Sephardim, which gives a percentage of 65.3%.” (Del Hoyo 1979, 240-241) Table III is a list of the individuals who came with Luis de Carvajal from Saltillo. Many of them were among the first settlers in Saltillo, coming by way of the mining towns of Zacatecas and Mazapil. Concerning this list, del Hoyo writes: “This last list gives us a total of 187 persons, of which we believe 130 are of Portuguese origin, which gives us a percentage of 74.8% of Sephardim. Combining these figures with those we obtained on studying the people who came by way of Huasteca, we have a total of 259 people, of which we believe 177 are of Jewish-Portuguese descent, giving us a percentage of 68.3 %.” (Del Hoyo 1979, 268)".

This is regarding a lot of the populations that were the founding populations of Northern Mexico.

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10th Sep 2022

Let me leave you with this though. I recommend reading the book because it gives good numbers based off research. I forgot to mention this earlier.

This is regarding a lot of the populations that were the founding populations of Northern Mexico.

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2nd Sep 2022

Houve dois pessoas: Gaspar Castano de Sosa e Baltazar de Sosa na historia de mexico septentrional. Os historiadores acham que eram irmãos. Eu estou a falar de BALTAZAR kkkk. Não de Gaspar.

Se sabias como fazer uma pesquisa com um pouco de inteligência te darias conta de esto. Aqui esta outra vez mencionado o livro academico feito por investigadores e geneologistas profissionais:

The Conquistadores and Crypto-Jews of Monterrrey https://www.amazon.com/dp/B012G2PF2W/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_61S65W0RRPD9TXBKKTE8

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20th May 2020

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