Dzungarian Gate Eastern Kazakhstan Home of Greek God Boreas Hyperboreans On Other Side Peaceful by the Sea


During the Ice Age, at 1,500 foot elevation, the Dzungarian Gate through the Dzungarian mountains remained open for travel from southeastern Kazakhstan into Uigher territory of northwestern China, and imagine the ice age wind which roared through that ten mile-wide gap in the mountains, perhaps the home of Boreas the Greek’s god of the north wind, on the other side the land of the Hypberboreans said to have been peaceful farmers who lived near the sea, perhaps eastern China.