“gentle Dauphin, my name is Jeanne, the Maiden. The King of Heaven has sent me to bring you and your kingdom help”
Joan of Arc
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The stellar influence of Capricorn and its ruler Saturn is the influence of someone who truly honours the material realm and understands the concept of battle, effort and enlightenment and where all battles should be fought.
This apple of the Cosmic Eye was neither a princess nor a beggar-maid but an ecstatic technician of the Lord charging into a Heavenly mission with nothing but a sharp tongue and an even sharper sword. She undeniably possessed a divine mandate to conquer 7 8 9.
“what no one knew, even her parents, was that Joan from the early age heard voices, they came to her in light using the language of angels”.
One of the special features of Joan’s mental constitution was her enormous amour-propre which was closely affiliated with her inherent spirituality. Psychic centres turned up full blast 11.
“It was I who carried the aforementioned sign when I charged the enemy. I did so to avoid killing anyone. I have never killed a man.”
“Act, and God will act!”
It is said that her comrades would often see her going off by herself to pray, sometimes she'd even do this on the battlefield. Everything she did was thoroughly 15 and rapidly calculated; she was a woman of policy and not of blind impulse 16
“touch them yourselves; they will get as much good from your touch as from mine.”
The outcome of her pilgrimage would slide into the realms of legend for centuries 23 and ultimately lead to a worldwide ramification in rebirthing a great nation that would go on to take its influential place in European history.
To her enemies, she was a she-devil, witch and a heretic, all-powerful and all-mighty dragon breathing fire. To her own side, she was a miracle, blessed virgin 'sainte avec honneur et noblesse' and a warrior with the eyes that emanate profound wisdom surpassing this earthly realm.
“he’d like to come and meet us, but he thinks he’d blow our minds”.
“I came from God. There is nothing more for me to do here! Send me back to God, from Whom I came!”
Buxton, E. M. W 2004 The Story of Joan of Arc, Dover Publications: US.
Twain, M. 1896 Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc, Harper & Brothers: US.
1. Hall, S. C. 1870 Midsummer Eve/ a fairy tale of love, London England, Open source.
2. Excerpt from the Flemish magazine Regenboog Draft for the woodcut Pan of Jozef Cantré Published in 1918 Ghent University Library
3. Asbjørnsen, Peter Christen, Moe, Jørgen Engebretsen, Dasent, Sir George Webbe, Nielsen, Kay Rasmus, 1922 East of the sun and west of the moon / old tales from the North, Fairy tales Folklore Norway, New York Public Library.
4. Asbjørnsen, Peter Christen, Moe, Jørgen Engebretsen, Dasent, Sir George Webbe, Nielsen, Kay Rasmus, 1922 East of the sun and west of the moon / old tales from the North, Fairy tales Folklore- Norway New York Public Library
Ascendant in Leo, Sun in Capricorn, and Moon in Pisces. Braveheart is touched by the elements of fire, earth, and water, respectively. The inner blending energies of Joan’s Sun and Moon reveal that she was a person of virtue and courage, without the inner conflict in who she was and what she came to do.
Druid oracle priest of the sun-cult who weaved dimensions together.
Goddess Pallas in Pisces in the 9th house indicates that Jeanne’s divine spark of creative intelligence and higher wisdom sprung forth from the realm of religion and higher learning.
She was known for her clear and concise words; before speaking, she would quickly examine and edit her words so that what is said is rational, sensible, and unclouded by emotion (Moon quintile Saturn).
Transformation of the collective and improvement of life on Earth for all mankind (Fortune conjunct Pluto). Goal-oriented approach with a sense of responsibility to the world and a sense of determination to fulfill her destiny (Mars sextile Midheaven).