Sino Sinkiang & China Refer to Canaan’s Son Sin Who Migrated Into Taklamakan Land of Gomer’s Grandson Ugur Uighers

Sin was a son of Canaan and grandson of Ham, his progeny who moved south after the Tower of Babel into what is called the Sinai, and east to Sinkiang where is the Taklamakan desert, during the Ice Age though verdant (as was the Sinai) with perhaps thirty inches of rainfall per year, and rich jade deposits in the rivers of the Taklamakan (some named for Ham’s son Kush and the city Kashgar there) where too progeny of Japheth’s son Gomer moved, Japheth’s grandson Ugur for whom were named the Uighers.