Helmut Kohl Kundali AstroNidan
Birth Date: April 3, 1930
Birth Time: 6:30 a.m.
Birth City: Mutterstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany
Degree : 12º44'15.74"
Sun Sign*
Degree : 8º8'14.16"
Moon Sign
Pada : 4
Degree : 2º9'53.34"
Last updated at Aug. 16, 2022, 11:54 a.m.
Created at Aug. 16, 2022, 11:54 a.m.

Kundali Details Birth details and configuration for astrological analysis

Birth Details

Gender Male
Weekday Thursday
Date April 3, 1930
Time 6:30 a.m.
Daylight Saving No
City Mutterstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany
Geo-location 49ºN26'29.0", 8ºE21'22.0"
Timezone Europe/Berlin

Residence Details

City Mutterstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany
Timezone Europe/Berlin

Ayansmha Preference

Ayanmsha True Chitra
Ayanmsha Value 22º52'25.09"


Birth Time (Europe/Berlin) Apr. 03, 1930, 06:30:00 AM
Birth Time (UTC) Apr. 03, 1930, 05:30:00 AM
Birth Time (LMT) Apr. 03, 1930, 06:03:25 AM
Birth Time (Julian) 2426069.729167
LMT Correction (in Hrs) 0.5569

Birth Place Location of birth place on map - Lat: 49ºN26'29.0" Lon: 8ºE21'22.0"

Life Attributes List of attributes/tags and tag associated with this kundali.


Book Collection | Occult/ Misc. Collection Famous | Top 5% of Profession


Body | Size Body | Weight Mind | Education extensive Personality | Articulate Personality | Courageous Personality | Idealist


Home | Home centered Social Life | Friends Social Life | Hobbies, games Social Life | Outdoors Work | Same Job more than 10 yrs Work | Stressful work


Business | Middle Management Politics | Heads of state Politics | Party Affiliation Politics | Public office Writers | Autobiographer


Childhood | Disadvantaged Childhood | Memories Bad Parenting | Kids 1-3 Relationship | Marriage more than 15 Yrs Relationship | Number of Marriages


Religion/Spirituality | Western


Criminal Perpetrator | Thief/ Financial crime

Life Story Story of person and major life events assoicated with this Kundali

German politician and chancellor of Germany, with 16 years of service. Kohl reached his peak in 1990, nicknamed "King Kohl" and considered the father of German reunification. After the fall of the Berlin Wall, Kohl earned his place as the most powerful European statesman by boldly moving East Germany into the West with his ten-point plan. Considered a "German provincial politician" by Margaret Thatcher, world leaders, German intellectuals and press, Kohl capitalized on being underestimated by others in order to strive for European integration. Kohl's middle-of-the-road policy helped to establish reconciliation with France, compensation for Israel, and support for the Atlantic Alliance. Despite his usual low ratings in the polls, his tireless sense of duty to his country made him the longest-serving chancellor in postwar history. Kohl grew up in the small town of Ludwigshafen, a few miles from the BASF chemical company. His father owned a battlefield commission from WW I and worked as a minor civil servant yet the family had little money. Kohl was forever shaped by his experiences during WW II, during which his older brother Walter was killed. In 1942, at the age of 12, Kohl saved people and pulled bodies from the rubble of destroyed buildings during the Allied bombing runs in his town. At 15, he received his first American CARE package after the end of the war. Father Johannes Fink invited the devout young Catholic teen to dinner at the rectory to discuss the principles of a German democracy. In Kohl's strict devout Roman Catholic family, there was always time for reading and discussions on philosophy and politics. At 19, he joined the Christian Democratic party. He enrolled at Heidelberg University and earned his Ph.D. in history. Upon graduation, he worked for the Ludwigshafen chemical plant and climbed the local political ladder. In 1955, he became head of the Rhineland-Palatinate government. In 1969, he became the chairman of the Christian Democratic Union and the youngest state governor. By 1973, Kohl was the youngest Party National Chairman and leader of the opposition in the Bundestag, the lower chamber of West Germany's parliament. During the last half of the 1970s and in the early '80s, Kohl floundered in his political wilderness. In 1982, Helmut Schmidt's coalition government collapsed and Kohl formed a new coalition government. In 1983 he won the national German elections. When he replaced Helmut Schmidt as Chancellor of Germany there was an immediate change of style. Schmidt considered Kohl the village idiot. The press and German intellectuals poked fun at his 6' 5 physical bulk, his wordy, coarse manner, and thick accent. The German media constantly challenged his non-intellectual image and poor TV presence. Kohl was viewed as an uncultured mediocrity from the backwaters of Germany plus his inability to converse in foreign languages caused much scorn in his country. German intellectuals claimed that Kohl read on even days and wrote on odd days. Despite the derision, Kohl mastered German political power and managed his longevity by controlling his popular Christian Democratic party. Before German reunification, the deutsche mark led the European currency markets with economic prosperity and low unemployment for many West Germans. Kohl joined the leaders of the West such as Thatcher, President Reagan, and France's Mitterand in hammering out economic and political world policies. In November 1989 when the Berlin Wall fell, Kohl wasted no time in gathering his closet political advisors in the chancellery. On the night of 11/23/1989 he outlined his plans for German reunification. His speech unveiling the plan was a major bombshell to the international world. World leaders had underestimated Kohl's abilities to mastermind the bringing together of East and West. On his first visit to Dresden in 1990, Kohl was viewed as nothing short of a demi-god. He planned to deliver the East Germans from Soviet communism and rescue the country with the might deutsche mark. In hindsight, Kohl underestimated the large social gap between the East Germans and West Germans. After reunification, the German economy sputtered as East Germans poured into the West, unemployment climbed and right-wing extremism began to appear on the nation's TV sets and newspapers. On 9/27/1998, Kohl was defeated during a difficult campaign by Gerhard Schröder, a Social Democrat. His political era ended and opened a new political stage in Europe where center-left governments now dominate the continent's politics. Staunchly Roman Catholic Kohl met his wife, Hannelore Renner, a petite studious Protestant from Saxony at a Quaker social dance in Ludwigshafen. The two, dressed in CARE package clothing that did not fit correctly, fell in love that night. Kohl courted Hannelore for 11 years before they wed in 1960: they had two sons, Walter and Peter. Kohl continues his close connection to his hometown of Ludwigshafen by maintaining his long-term friendships with the local innkeeper, priest and farmer. He attends church every Sunday and on Saturday mornings he goes to the large open market in the town square and talks to the ordinary people on the street. Always on a diet to keep his weight under control, Kohl treats his guests to his favorite dish, saumagen, a dish consisting of meat, potatoes and vegetable cooked in the belly of a pig. He owns a large wine collection and has a personal library of more than 5,000 books. His interest in literature helped to establish his personal friendship with the late Francois Mitterrand. He enjoys strolling in the woods near his village or taking a sauna with world leaders such as Boris Yeltsin, George Bush and Simon Wiesenthal. In 1999, Kohl had a sudden fall from grace by a scandal about illegal party donations, some $1million in the '90s. He acknowledges that his acceptance of anonymous donations was "a mistake," but refuses to name his benefactors. He released his memoirs on 11/24/2000, "My Diary, 1998-2000" as a counter-attach on foes whom he says are trying to criminalize him. Writing with self-pity, nostalgia and resentment, he attacks the center-left that ousted him from power. The official probe began in January 2000. After a 13-month criminal investigation, Kohl's name was cleared on 3/02/2001 when he won the legal stamp of innocence in exchange for his agreement to pay a fine for his role in the financial scandal. For taking alleged kickbacks during his 16 years in office, the case will be closed when he pays a fine of $140,000. On 5 July 2001, Kohl's wife, Hannelore, committed suicide. She had been dealing with illness for the prior seven years that had severely confined her for the last 15 months. (She was born 7 March 1933, Berlin). In April 2008, Kohl was reported to be in intensive care due to a falling accident earlier in the year. Subsequent to his recovery, on 8 May 2008, he married his then 43-year-old partner, Maike Richter, born 1964. Kohl died on 16 June 2017, at age 87. Link to Wikipedia biography

Life Events List of life events assoicated with this Kundali profile

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

New Career

Jan. 1, 1955

Work : New Career 1955 (Head of Rhineland-Palatinate government)


New Job

Jan. 1, 1969

Work : New Job 1969 (State governor, Chairman CDU)


Gain Social Status

Jan. 1, 1973

Work : Gain social status 1973 (M.P., Party National Chairman)


Gain Social Status

Jan. 1, 1983

Work : Gain social status 1983 (Elected Chancellor of Germany)


Begin Major Project

Nov. 23, 1989

Work : Begin Major Project 23 November 1989 (Outlined plans for German reunification) .


Gain Social Status

Nov. 15, 1994

Work : Gain social status 15 November 1994 at 11:11 AM in Berlin (Kohl sworn in after elections for chancellor) .


Lose Social Status

Sept. 27, 1998

Work : Lose social status 27 September 1998 (Defeated in elections) .



Nov. 24, 2000

Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 24 November 2000 (My Diary, 1998-2000) .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Significant Money Loss

March 1, 2001

Financial : Lose significant money 2 March 2001 (Fined $140,000 in a plea bargain) .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description


May 1, 2008

Relationship : Marriage 8 May 2008 .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Great Publicity

Jan. 1, 1942

Social : Great Publicity 1942 (Helped rescue people during WWII)


Begin Travel

Jan. 1, 1990

Social : Begin Travel 1990 (Visit to Dresden)

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Partner Death

July 1, 2001

Death of Mate 5 July 2001 (Hannelore was a suicide) .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Other Legal

Jan. 1, 2000

Crime : Trial dates January 2000 (Offial probe began on financial kickbacks) .


Trial End

March 1, 2001

Crime : Trial dates 2 March 2001 (Graft case closed with a fine) .

Related Kundali List of related Kundali with this Kundali

Helmut Schmidt

Opponent/Rival/Enemy Relationship With Schmidt, Helmut (Born 23 December 1918). Notes: Kohl Became Chancellor Replacing Schmidt In 1982

Angela Merkel

(Has As) Benefactor Relationship With Merkel, Angela (Born 17 July 1954). Notes: Merkel Was His ProtéGéE

Hannelore Kohl

Spouse Relationship With Kohl, Hannelore (Born 7 March 1933)

HansDietrich G

Associate Relationship With Genscher, Hans-Dietrich (Born 20 March 1927)

Karl Carstens

Associate Relationship With Carstens, Karl (Born 14 December 1914). Notes: President/Chancellor

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