The peoples in Finland
The origin of the Europeans.
New Scientis published 4 july 2015 an article by Colin Barras about three main
invasions of people into Europe.
At first came hunters 45000 years ago.
Then came a culture of farmers 9000 years ago. The book Man's role in changing
the face of the erath tells that farming culture started somewhere in northern India
and Iraque. It was divided from the beginning in a kind of farming spreading west
with wheat as main staple and sheep and cattle. To the east spread a farming culture with
rice and dogs for food. Moving north groving turnips and using birch bark became
typical for this culture.
An finally the Corded Ware culture, called the Yamnaya culture with horses, vagons and 
large cattle herds invaded 4500 years ago. It came from somewhere in southern Siberia, may be from the Altai mountains. They brought with them the basis of the Indoeuropean languages.
The Corded Ware ceramic is spread out where Swedish speaking people have lived in Finland.
It does not correlate with areas with only Finns.

A curiosity of these folks is that some where all black people even to the far north. And still they
could have blue eyes and light hair. All Europeans of today have DNA from all these
different folks.









The Finns have a totally different story.
As can be seen from the map, the finns have DNA relatives in China and in
South Asia among many local tribes.
The common haplotype is up to 40% of the heritage.

DNA studies make an end to existing archeological ideas like the one that
Finns have come from som area near the Volga river. There has been an
opposition against the DNA facts. However the world has shanged and
the forefathers of Finns and many other folks seem to have com from
somewhere in Siberia and also from the Altai mountain area.

What happened there? The very extraordinary and new findings of enormous
constructions in the Ural mountains area give us some clue. There has been
a great culture. We know nothing of it yet. And the Finns must have realtives
in that culture when we study how DNA has spread out.

From DNA we see that peoples also in southeastern Asia have links to Finns.
Probably they also have come from the Siberian high culture. Now these folks
have founded the Asean Community (AC) as a copy of EU. The Finns could have some interest to co-operate with them also on cultural matters. On economic matters there seems to be some common views and exchange of ideas would be good. 
Because of copyrights it is best to study the maps as they are on the net.
Please see:
World Atlas of Genetic Ancestry  on Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/geneticancestrygenography/?fref=ts
http://www.scs.uiuc.edu/~mcdonald/WorldHaplogroupsMaps.pdf
http://atlas,xyvy.info
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gl-Eae3VvYo








 
These are my thoughts. Some expert might give better information:

In the Amazon jungle lives an isolated tribe that counts "yksi", "kaksi" like the Finns. 30 000 years ago the indian tribes expanded
from the Siberian Altai mountains to all over Americas. It is the same
area the Finns long ago came from. The nature of the region is very the same
as in Finland today. "yksi" might have meant "one finger". "kaksi" is
shortened from "ja" "yksi" and means "and one finger". The construction
of two is the same in Japanese. In Chinese and Mongolian they say "xi"
for "yksi" and must be a shortening of "yksi". Studies of basic words in
Finnish and languages of Southern Asia will show many other similarities.
The languages have developed separatedly from some common base without
written texts. Thus spelling have been developed very differently, but in
pronounciation you can hear the similarity.


saapas = booth
sairas = sik
sade = rain
suo = march
saari = island
salmi = sound, channel
savu = smoke
suu = mouth (spitting water)
suvanto = a kind of valley (with water)
saavi = a vessel for water
sumu = fog, mist
sauna = bath house
samoa = walk in water
suku = relatives from where have come (flowed)
sulku = channel "doors"
sukeltaa = to dive
sujua = flow
salakka = a small fish
sanko = bucket
saapas = rubber booths
suunta = direction ( may be river flow )
sammal = moss (wet moss)
saukko = an animal living much in water
sammakko = frog

The list of how different cultures count shows that cultures of Indoeurpean
origin count totally differently than Finns.

The Yamnaya culture lived along rivers in Siberia.
Finns seem to have done the same. In Finnish north is
down as Siberian rivers run down to the north.

The words here show that Finns had the word "su" or  "sa" for water in old
days. In European languages there is about only the words "eau" and
"sea" with some relation to Finnish. The prefix sa exists in many arabic
words. Some may have the link to Prefinnish some not.

Scientist have expected thet Finns lived along the Volga and in Germany.
The DNA facts tell us that she scale of the area must be vastly extended.
The Prefinns developed somewhere in central Asia. And that is about the
same area others folks have come from. That was so long ago that very
different folks have developed.
Scientifically the object is very interesting. Which are the properties of
that area that created most of world cultures of today. The area has
hills and valleys. Typically such areas have quarrels betwen tribes.
That was the situation in the Alps, the Carpates and in Afghanistan.
We only know some of the history like the Hunns. But there must have
been high cultures long ago in southern Siberia. Where are the cities,
the temples and the large graveyards? I think they are still to be found.

Yamnaya
Finns
Indians
The blue haplotype
Mixed
In the map are added groups belonging to group 7.
This map is drawn by me as a combination of many maps on the net. From the small circle diagrams you can see how Europeans have red, yellow and light blue haplo groups. The area with dark blue boundary shows extent of the dark blue haplo group. Up in the Tibet and Mongolian mountains the haplogroups are very mixed. Within all populations are a mixture of haplo groups. But at indivual level de genes vary much. All people are useful. Having many haplogroups results in more possibilities.
A map of world language groups show that Finnish belongs to a group of languages
partly represented by folks within the "blue" DNA -group. Even the Korean language belongs to this group. The label "the fennougrian" is rather wrong as the
peoples in Hungary don´t belong to this group, but only the small group of the ruling class. And there are said to be only three words in common. My studies of
Korean language on the net indicates several words with some similarity for the things that were used also long ago.