Kaz the Kazakhstan Wanderers Named for Kazar a Son of Bible’s Togarmah Ventured East to Djungarian Gate & Beyond


Japheth’s grandson Gomer was progenitor of the Cimmerians, and his son Togarmah (see Genesis 10) was the father of Turqi (Turkey), Kazar (Kazaria of the upper Caspian Sea region), and Ugur (progenitor of the Uighers of northwestern China), so it seems that because the progeny of Ugur during the Ice Age lived in the Tarim basin (where now is the Takla Makan desert), they had proceeded from Babel through the Dzungarian Gate (between the Altai and Tien Shan ranges) before the ice age icepacks had blocked the Dzungarian Gate, the Kazars who may have entered when the Ice Age ended circa 1500 b. c. to build their kurgans in western Mongolia.