Her name is Jeanne

I have written about Jeanne d’Arc, the brave warrior of France fighting off yet another power grab by the English in the 1400’s.

I did not know her true name was Jeanne. Why have they persisted in calling her Joan? To confuse those looking for her? To make it difficult to do any research with the confusing names? One has to wonder at the deliberate changing of her name.

There is a troubling new depiction of Jeanne…that she was transgendered! Once again, the evil ones are hard at work to make holy women the object of scorn and ridicule, just like they did with Mary Magdalene, portraying her as a prostitute. I saw this again watching Rick Steves’ travels in Europe. This episode, repeatedly focusing on the statue of David, over and over again during this short segment, a naked man with his phallis on display, but they call it art, so you are supposed to ignore it, right?

So as you may know, the phallis worship is a part of satanic worship, secret societies stuff.

Anyway, during this episode of showing the statue five or six times, Steves shows a horrible artwork with Mary Magdalene looking like she is starved and about ready to pass out. He then states that this was when “she was a prostitute…” OMG. Really? If you are a world traveler, I would expect you to do a little research and present facts, not conjecture. The Pope deliberately portrayed this Disciple of Jesus as a prostitute, when she most certainly was not. She was born of a wealthy family. She had no need to prostitute her body.

So when I read a comment recently that Jeanne d’Arc was a transgender, I thought, well, here we go again….

She was a VIRGIN who was raped by the guards who called themselves Christian but were far from God.

I knew this, but this article confirms it. Jeanne wore pants to try to thwart the rape attempts by the creeps guarding her, and went back to wearing dresses when she felt safer to do so.

Her resumption of male military clothing was labeled a relapse into heresy for cross-dressing, although this would later be disputed by the inquisitor who presided over the appeals court that examined the case after the war. Medieval Catholic doctrine held that cross-dressing should be evaluated based on context, as stated in the Summa Theologica by St. Thomas Aquinas, which says that necessity would be a permissible reason for cross-dressing.[97] This would include the use of clothing as protection against rape if the clothing would offer protection. In terms of doctrine, she had been justified in disguising herself as a pageboy during her journey through enemy territory, and she was justified in wearing armor during battle and protective clothing in camp and then in prison. The Chronique de la Pucelle states that it deterred molestation while she was camped in the field. When her soldiers’ clothing was not needed while on campaign, she was said to have gone back to wearing a dress.[98] Clergy who later testified at the posthumous appellate trial affirmed that she continued to wear male clothing in prison to deter molestation and rape.[93]

Joan referred the court to the Poitiers inquiry when questioned on the matter. The Poitiers record no longer survives, but circumstances indicate the Poitiers clerics had approved her practice.[99] She also kept her hair cut short through her military campaigns and while in prison. Her supporters, such as the theologian Jean Gerson, defended her hairstyle for practical reasons, as did Inquisitor Brehal later during the appellate trial.[100] Nonetheless, at the trial in 1431 she was condemned and sentenced to die. Boyd described Joan’s trial as so “unfair” that the trial transcripts were later used as evidence for canonizing her in the 20th century.[57]

Listening

For many discussions on the web about God, it saddens me to see the evil ones declaring there is no God or that God is punishing us with bad things happening to us. I was raised that way, too. Thought every bad thing that happened to me was because I had done something wrong and was being punished by God.

So what I have to say will no doubt be controversial but it comes from my heart and a truth-seekers soul.

The Old Testament refers to a God who is jealous and punishes us with the flood and that Noah was the only one to listen to God.

Knowing how satan loves to destroy things and hates the earth, I am thinking it was satan who sent the flood. God warned Noah and others. The blacks, the Asians, the Native folk, because all those races survived. And they all had free will to decide whether they wanted to listen or not.

I blamed God for my marriage failing. I had prayed and prayed that my ex would see how much he hurt me and that the marriage would stay together. When it didn’t, I blamed God. I didn’t realize at the time that there were things hidden from me and very bad for my soul, and that was why the marriage did not last. And that is how I view things now — sometimes not getting what you want is a blessing in disguise. And looking for something good to come out of a bad situation.

I pretty much think all the Old Testament is about the old ways before Jesus came. Really, satanism with incest, bestiality, multiple wives, murder, et cetera.

The evil one has been around for a long time, and the war between good and evil as long.

This is the story of the Long Walk of the Navajo/Dine.

The story of Kit Carson living with them and then destroying them when they had shared their lives and gave him knowledge of where they kept food stores, the animals, etc.

Notice the upside down star at 06:51. Yep. The evil ones have been around a long time and the Native folks who kept traditional spirituality meant they recognized God in every living thing. They did not go to church once a week and then forget about God the rest of the week. They maintain contact with God in Creation constantly. They don’t separate themselves at any time as others do. This is a huge threat to the evil one….because the moment you separate from God, you are vulnerable to the evil being.

In other news, still have not received my tax refund, stimulus money. It’s now past the 16 weeks they say you need to wait.

And now I have to unhook my electric from the camper because even though there is a housing shortage and no low income housing, you can’t have a camper hooked up to electric here. Makes no sense to me.

This puts me in a very vulnerable position with regards to gangstalking. The saving grace about the camper is that I had 1. privacy 2. my potty 3. sleeping in the camper instead of the truck which makes me vulnerable to the stalkers who pretend they are doing some service for the town but are instead stalking and tormenting me. As I said before, every night, no matter what time I put out the light, a car with loud music will go by, people talking will walk by, dogs will bark, etc. Anything for noise to keep you from settling down and going to sleep. It’s now normal for me to be awake half the night because every time I settle down, someone will come by making noise.

One couple got into a screaming match outside my camper at 1:30 a.m.

Four cats have adopted me and bless some good folks here, I’ve gotten food for them. So this young dude comes by with a dog on a leash…and he saw the cats and just stood there not walking his dog, while the dog scared the kitties off.

And last Sunday was unnerving. I’m parked next to a garage owned by the kind older man who let me park here. He rents it out and there were a bunch of folks here. They decided they would have a conversation about getting juicy burgers (they know I am food insecure right now and hungry a lot) and then they were leaning against my camper. I called out to them to get off the camper. So then they pushed against it, which caused it to rock slightly. And one of them had a dog off its leash (not allowed here), and it kept trying to get into my camper. I had to yell repeatedly to keep it from coming in.

So yeah, being out of my camper makes me even more vulnerable.

Need some prayers right now. Please pray that I get the money due and can get out. Thanks.