Is the Chinese Communist Party Chairman Kublai Khan?

Xi Jinping (June 15, 1953)

( Pequim – China, 24/05/2019) Vice-Presidente da República, Hamilton Mourão, durante Audiência com o Presidente da República popular da China, Senhor Xi Jinping. Foto: Adnilton Farias/VPR

Call it a thought that just won’t go away. I wrote this morning about the first meeting between Marco Polo and Kublai Khan, whose Yuan Empire covered all of China and some surrounding countries. Then Xi Jinping‘s name kept coming into my head. OK, OK, I said, enough is enough: I’ll look at him.

No one knows what time of day he was born, so I randomized the timing (which strangely enough raised a birth chart that is reminiscent of the ones on most of the astrology sites), and then flipped it on its head by making it P.M., instead of A.M. There is only one inconjunct, now, but can we trust it?

Jupiter Inconjunct Midheaven

The problem with this aspect is to find a balance between, on the one hand, expressing yourself creatively, perhaps artistically, and having a good time and, on the other hand, getting ahead in life, learning the ways of the world and finding an acceptable role in society. You know you will have to make sacrifices in order to accomplish anything of value.

Later in life, you will enter a critical period when your need for personal satisfaction and freedom force you to change jobs or even careers. When you have learned more about the world, you will understand how to make changes intelligently, but now you should discipline your Jupiterian drive for freedom and learn what you need to know to take over your own destiny. You should learn as much as possible about any subject or skill that will make you more aware of the larger world. Travel or foreign study would be beneficial, if that is possible. The more you know about how you fit into the larger scheme of life, the easier it will be to make the right decisions when you have to change to a more rewarding and personally satisfying course.

The misfortunes and suffering of his family in his early years hardened Xi’s view of politics. During an interview in 2000, he said, “People who have little contact with power, who are far from it, always see these things as mysterious and novel. But what I see is not just the superficial things: the power, the flowers, the glory, the applause. I see the bullpens and how people can blow hot and cold. I understand politics on a deeper level.” The bullpens was a reference to Red Guards’ detention houses during the Cultural Revolution.


From 1979 to 1982, Xi served as secretary for his father’s former subordinate Geng Biao, the then vice premier and secretary-general of the Central Military Commission. This gained Xi some military background. In 1985, as part of a Chinese delegation to study U.S. agriculture, he stayed in the home of an American family in the town of Muscatine, Iowa. This trip, and his two-week stay with a U.S. family, is said to have had a lasting impression upon him and his views on the United States.


So, what about Kublai Khan?

Yes, well, that’s an excellent question. I knew that I could only answer that one when I compared Xi’s birth chart with Kublai’s birth and death charts. Here they are:

Almost always, I’m am surprised by astrological connections, even though the individuals are about 650 years apart. And given the fact that the birth charts are rectified or randomized (and the death chart set for noon), the slower planets are symbolic of the cycles of time.

So, what do we see? Pluto is the connector between their birth charts, being within 3° in Leo. Xi’s Sun is conjunct Kublai’s ‘fatal’ Ascendant. Xi’s Part of Fortune is conjunct Kublai’s ‘fatal’ Midheaven and his natal Jupiter. Xi’s North Node in Aquarius is about 6° from both Kublai’s ‘fatal’ Pluto and his natal Ascendant. Xi’s Saturn/Neptune conjunction is within 7° of Kublai’s ‘fatal’ Neptune. Oh, and let’s not overlook Kublai’s ‘fatal’ North Node being within 6° of Xi’s Mars in Cancer.

Yes, we have liftoff.

About cdsmiller17

I am an Astrologer who also writes about world events. My first eBook "At This Point in Time" is available through most on-line book stores. I have now serialized my second book "The Star of Bethlehem" here. And I am experimenting with birth and death charts. If you wish to contact me, or request a birth chart, send an email to (And, in case you are also interested, I have an extensive list of celebrity birth and death details if you wish to 'confirm' what you suspect may be a past-life experience of yours.) Bless.
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