Congratulations! You’re H6a1a
Not too long ago I decided to have a full sequence mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) test done with FamilyTreeDNA. A simple cheek swab and a few weeks later I got the results: Haplogroup H61a1. How cool is that?
That haplogroup is one of the oldest subclads of haplogroup H. Found in most of Europe, it is also well represented in the near east and central Asia. It has been found in the DNA of the Corded Ware culture (CWC 2800-2200 BCE)—a neolithic group from the Saxony-Anhalt region of what is now Germany. This is according to a very interesting paper on the H haplogroup with the hefty name of Neolithic Mitochondrial Haplogroup H Genomes and the Genetic Origins of Europeans by Paul Brotherton et al.
So there you have it. Below are my mutations from the RSRS baseline.