Xi Jinping’s True Nature Revealed
Past Life Story: Humans Are Reborn

Humans are eternal beings who are born over and over again to polish and improve their souls. The process of reincarnation becomes a story shaped by every individual’s “personal color.” By observing the past life of a famous figure revealed by Happy Science’s spiritual investigations, you can see the nature of the soul that shines timelessly.


How Far Will This Man Go?

State Chairman Xi Jinping is on his way to becoming the strongest dictator in the history of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Since taking his current role eight years and several months ago, he overturned China’s façade in a short period of time.

Mr. Xi no longer hides his hegemonic ambition — the repression in Uyghur, military expansion in the South China Sea, suppression towards Taiwan and Hong Kong, and using the Belt and Road Initiative to expand China’s influence are some examples.

But this year, whether it was intentional or a mistake, Xi spread the coronavirus from Wuhan all over the world. Some people may have thought that this tragedy will soon come to an end. However, China is acting innocently and engaging in “mask diplomacy,” by exporting masks to other countries in exchange for future favors. They are also taking advantage of the global turmoil by launching military operations in the South China Sea and East China.

China’s actions are beyond precedents set by prior strong nations. It is wise to reevaluate the true nature of the “Chinese emperor” and prepare for what’s to come.

According to Happy Science’s spiritual investigations, Mr. Xi was born as Genghis Khan in one of his past lives. Khan was the founder of the Mongol Empire, which became the largest empire in Eurasia.

Once known as the “blue wolf,” the emperor is about to fulfill his ambition as a “red dragon” again this time around. The world must raise its alert to the highest level.

We will analyze the similarities of both figures’ methods of world domination.


Alliance, Followed by Betrayal

The first similarity between Genghis Khan and Xi Jinping is betrayal.

Both Genghis Khan and Xi Jinping tend to create temporary allies with their rivals in order to defeat strong opponents, only to destroy their allies once their opponent is out of the picture.

In their early days, the Mongolians led by Genghis Khan didn’t have that much power. They partnered with the neighboring Kereit tribe to fight the Tatars at the request of the Jin dynasty.

Once he defeated the Tatars, however, Khan went on to destroy his ex-ally, the Kereit tribe. Additionally, he went against his “client,” the Jin dynasty, and destroyed its capital of Beijing.

This method of “betrayal and disposal of allies” was also used by Mr. Xi to obtain his current position of power.

Prior to becoming a state chairman, the power dispute in the CCP was between two major figures: former chairman Jiang Zemin and current chairman Hu Jintao. Mr. Xi played only a supporting role at the time.

At one point in time, Hu Jintao’s plan was destroyed due to corruption. His position got worse, and Hu Jintao decided to gamble out of panic. He created a new rule: “I’ll abandon all posts, and in return, no senior party officials can get involved with politics post-retirement.” This was his attempt to eliminate the influence of Jiang Zemin.

A new seemingly harmless figure —Xi Jinping— took the role of state chairman when both men backed off. It was a product of compromise.

As Hu Jintao expected, Mr. Xi exiled Jiang Zemin from his villa in Beijing under the “anti-corruption” movement. High-ranking officials from the Jiang faction were also eliminated.

Mr. Xi then directed his attention to Hu Jintao once he eliminated the Jiang faction. He eliminated generals from the Hu faction in the name of corruption and removed Hu executives from the Politburo. Mr. Xi’s harmless façade and his alliance with Hu Jintao turned out to be lies.

If this is the case, it doesn’t make sense to believe the Xi administration’s reciprocal relationship and loans whispered across countries through the Belt and Road Initiative.


Divide and Destroy

The second similarity between Genghis Khan and Xi Jinping is “division” — this was Genghis Khan’s specialty.

When the Mongolian army defeated a country in Central Asia called Khwarazmia, Genghis Khan widely publicized the strength of his cavalry. As a result, each unit of the Khwarazmian army feared engaging in field battle, and split up to engage in a different tactic. The troops were dispersed, and the Mongolian army defeated units one by one.

Even while fighting the Khwarazmian king’s army, the Mongolian army made sure that the Khwarazmians wouldn’t be able to join hands with other city-state forces in Bukhara and Samarkand. The king’s army was destroyed in isolation.

Genghis Khan also used an “insider tactic” to create division. While his decoys were fighting the Khwarazmian army, he had spies guide the main army through loopholes in the fortified area, and then launched a sudden attack from behind the enemy.

The Xi administration is also sending spies to countries around the world in order to create division.

During Taiwan’s elections, the Xi administration sent people to support pro-Chinese candidates. The Belt and Road Initiative was also partially created to divide up Europe. It seems as if they targeted “easier” European countries like Italy to bring over to their side.


Uproot and Destroy

The third similarity is the tendency of “ethnic extermination.” This was Genghis Khan’s specialty.

Recent historical books have praised the Mongolian army for having mercy on a city that surrendered without resistance. This is not a praiseworthy deal. Their forgiveness just means this: if they show even a small will to resist, the Mongolian army will kill them all.

Genghis Khan was reported to have slaughtered a skyrocketing number of bodies when destroying the Jin dynasty. According to a study conducted in 1195, there was a population of 50 million people in northern China; 40 years after the invasion, the number had dropped to nine million.

Similarly, there’s a record of the destruction of the aforementioned Khwarazmian kingdom — it is also quite cruel.

The Mongolian army killed more than 30,000 people in the city of Bukhara, and ordered all residents to leave without anything but their clothes. The city was set on fire and plowed into the ground.

It is said that more than one million people died when the Mongolian army attacked Persia. In the city of Nishapur, the victims’ skulls were categorized into “men,” “women” and “children,” and piled up into a pyramid shape. The victims lost their will to fight after seeing the pyramid of skulls.

Additionally, the Western Xia was also conquered by Genghis Khan… or so people say. Everything was erased, and no records remained.

Genghis Khan annihilated other countries as if they were dropping nuclear weapons on their enemies. The methods of slaughter vary, and many of them are too cruel to even imagine.

When the Khwarazmian kingdom was destroyed, it is said that the Mongolian army poured molten silver into the eyes and nose of the patrons in the city of Otrar.

Even when Genghis Khan invaded Russia, he made Russian leaders surrender by telling them, “no more blood.” Then, the Mongolian army lined up the Russian army, laid them on the ground, along with a heavy wooden plank on top of the bodies. There was a grand feast. No blood was lost, as promised, but the Russian army was suffocated to death.

The Mongolian army had no guilt for this massacre. Rather, they enjoyed it.

In his book “Genghis Khan,” John Man drew on Hannah Arendt’s words, the “banality of evil,” and wrote that the Mongolian army was accustomed to killing livestock as a daily task; therefore, killing civilians was just another one of their tasks.

Mr. Xi seems to have carried forward this brutality, as news of his administration’s brutality is appearing here and there.

In 2019, the New York Times reported that Mr. Xi ordered his subordinates to show Uyghurs “absolutely no mercy.” The crackdown on the Uyghurs has become more intense in recent years, and it is estimated that there are between hundreds of thousands to one million Uyghurs in internment camps. The global society can only imagine what is happening in these camps.


Will You Still Side With China?

Given the shared similarities —betrayal, divide and destroy enemies— between Genghis Khan and Xi Jinping, Japan must come up with ways to defend itself.

  1. Betrayal

    China is luring Japan with words like the “Chinese market” and “inbound” to become economic partners. Mr. Xi’s state visit to Japan is also part of China’s plan. Once China utilizes Japan to their greatest advantage, there is a high possibility that they will turn their backs.

  2. Dividing Enemies

    These lures help China to separate Japan from the U.S. If Japan’s alliance with the U.S. is cut off, China can easily conquer Japan without losing the blood of their people.

  3. Destroying Enemies

    As an ethnic group, Japan will no doubt be “purified” by China once they fall into the hands of their neighboring country.

Even during the Mongol invasions of Japan, Japan was asked to “surrender or be annihilated” by the Mongolian empire. The Japanese rejected this request and firmly defended themselves — the same resolution is now required.


Xi Jinping

State chairman of the People’s Republic of China


Genghis Khan

First emperor of the Mongol empire

Mr. Xi chatting with Jiang Zemin, who obtained power on their own.

*Past lives are investigated by interacting with multiple spirits and researching the spiritual world from different lenses. Therefore, content may be updated from time to time.





Expert of Ethnic Purification Before Being Reborn as Genghis Khan!?

According to Happy Science’s spiritual investigations, Mr. Xi may have been born as an emperor of an ancient Middle Eastern country called Assyria before being born as Genghis Khan.

Although the emperor’s name has not been revealed, it is said that Assyria completely destroyed and conquered its surrounding countries. On top of that, it is said that Assyria forced residents of the conquered country to be uprooted and relocated. Assyria was the originator of “ethnic purification.”

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