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"may thirtieth fourteen thirty one" Discussed on Can We Health You?

Can We Health You?

04:56 min | 7 months ago

"may thirtieth fourteen thirty one" Discussed on Can We Health You?

"In the spring of fourteen thirty. The king ordered joan to confront a burgundian assault on compagnie. I don't know if i'm saying that right in her effort to defend the town and it's inhabitants. She was thrown from her horse and was left outside. The town's gates is they closed. Oh like the closed gates to protect in like she didn't make it in time. Ohio seems like tense. Few moments definitely so. The burgundian took her captive and brought her amid much fanfare to the castle boob real to a castle occupied by the english commander at row in in the trial. That followed joan was ordered to answer some seventy charges against her which included witchcraft. Heresy addressing like a man. Cher was the probably the anglo burgundian. Were aiming to get rid of the leader as well as discredit charles. Who owed his coronation to her. So if they prove her to be a crazy which clearly. There's no validity right to charles's coronation so in attempting to distance himself from the accused heretic. And which the french king made. No attempt to negotiate for her release allow isn't after she helped us she. Yes jerk total so in may fourteen thirty one. After a year in captivity and under threat of death joan relented and signed a confession denying that she had ever received divine guidance several days later however she defied orders at will so if she had signed a confession essentially into agreed to dress woman. You must just like a woman so she did. She put on women's clothes but then she defied that order and started putting on men's clothes again and then after that they were like that's it you have a death sentence began to be and we can't take this fashion experiment anymore jotted. Sorry you're not john. you're so right. Like big wop. I know but then so many other things to worry about like the hundred year war out maybe focus on that. Yeah well. I did also read that. She put on men's clothes potentially avoid being rate in prison. Well good on her. Like i mean unfortunately we have to protect ourselves like that a man because making laws and raping remember in not so unfortunately as a result of you know putting on men's clothes for whatever reason she was pronounced put to death on the morning of may thirtieth fourteen thirty one at the age of nineteen. Joan was burned at the stake along. Yeah a so now. They're forced theories as to why joan heard voices in one prevalent one is that she suffered from a form of epilepsy So dr giuseppi dorsey a neurologist. At the university of foggia in italy and paolo tim uber Which is mississippi professor of biomedical in neuro motor sciences at the university of alona bologna Bologna loan yet. Also in italy Eisley described their hypothesis in a letter to the editor which was published in the journal. Epilepsy and behavior. So i mean there's a journal everything the us so. He explained that. Joan may have had a type of epilepsy that affects the part of the brain responsible for hearing and it could be called idiopathic partial epilepsy with auditory features. So idiopathic means that it is a genetic route impartial means. Obviously there's only affecting part of the brain So they arrived at this hypothesis. After examining historical clues. Because of course that's all they have to go on So join reported hearing voices sometimes reported seeing different saints such as saint catherine saint like i said these auditory hallucinations and occasional. Visual hallucinations are symptoms of this type of epilepsy. Right joan is also to have reported hearing these voices after she heard the sound of bells and so hearing certain sounds can trigger seizures Wake that So that is one of the theories and you have to think..

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"may thirtieth fourteen thirty one" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

08:06 min | 8 months ago

"may thirtieth fourteen thirty one" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"We call him. Dildos agnes actually brought this klay dildo to church with her to show the people in the kirk session. The church was aghast. they were astounded. When agnes passed around the klay phallic to show the court agnes claim that the shame of the injury that was done to her prevented her from reporting these acts to the proper authorities. The church court felt this was a sin to try to counterfeit a man by making his penis for a women's pleasure. This had to be witchcraft. Damnit that means ninety nine point. Five percent of all women today are practicing. Witchcraft agnes went on to tell the court not only raped her but other servants as well including servants that worked for her neighbors for the church. Witchcraft was much easier to cope with than lesbianism. They dropped the allegations of rape. That agnes brought forth and they decided to do their own. Investigation into mod for being a witch. The end of maude story is very surprising. Anti i'm afraid. I fully expected her to be staked and lit on fire for her supposed sins but it seems the church court dismissed her case. Maude live to be a ripe old age of fifty in scotland. I know that doesn't seem very old. But given it was the sixteen hundreds back then the average life span was only thirty five years old. Fifty was kinda ancient. The people of this medieval time period believed that there were two types of magic natural magic which was acceptable because it was simply the powers of god in nature like a thunderstorm and demonic magic associated with witchcraft and demon -nology backtracking a few hundred years from a nineteen year old girl claimed to hear the voices of archangel michael saint catherine of alexandria and saint margaret of antioch. She had confessed that she had been hearing these voices since she was thirteen years old. At the age of seventeen the girl went to see prince. Charles the seventh son and heir of king charles. The sixth charles. The six had died when the prince was only an infant. So king henry. The fifth was appointed his king until prince. Charles the seven was of age to take the role. There's actually a lot more to the history of all this like why henry was appointed and stuff like that. Because henry was english and this was france. But if you're interested in that history. I'll let you look that up on your own. I'm here for the witches. When the girl went to charles the seventh he was now more than of age to take its rightful place. As king of france she told charles god said france must prevail over england and she was so compelling when she spoke to charles the seventh he supported her idea to dress as a man in fighting a war against the english to help him take the thrown back. In case. you haven't guessed it. This girl was someone you most likely have heard of before. Some calder saint joan or joan of arc. But the name she was given at birth wasn't joan at all. It was jeanie or jay han dark so for the sake of argument and the remainder of the story. We're just gonna call her joan in fourteen twelve. Joan was born a peasant girl in a village in france. She grew up illiterate. Not able to read or write. This did not make her dumb. However joan wish. Rude and motivated. She was also very passionate in her beliefs. Her parents owned about fifty acres in their village to supplement their farming and ranching income jones. Dad was a village official. There was a day during her thirteenth year. Joan was in her father's garden that is when she said the voices of the saints came to her. Personally i still say people who hear voices like that. Have some screws loose and joan might have but she held on to what the voices told her until she was seventeen. And that's when she convinced the commander to let her approach prince charles. The seventh dressed in men's clothing. Joan went to the court where the prince was inconspicuously. She walked past the other man. At the court she confidently strode up to the prince asks for private minute of his time. The prince granted. Joanna listen he must have been surprised to learn. Joan was a peasant farm girl but he was drawn in by your conversation. The prints were skeptical. Joan could fight an army of men let alone lead an army men but the prince was desperate to end the war between france and england and he really wanted to be king. This was all happening during the hundred year war. The hundred year ward already gone on for seventy five years almost immediately. Joan did go to war in a suit of white armor atop a white steed. I should say joan didn't just go to war. She led several of the battles and joan one most of them one of the crusades twist to liberate the territory of orleans in which joan was successful when the new king charles. The seventh had his coronation. Joan was invited and she stood right beside the new king at the age of eighteen. Joan tried to liberate the territory of paris for france. She failed in that battle. She was thrown from her horse and left outside the town gates. She was caught by being english and held captive for months. Eventually joan was exchanged for ten thousand francs and return to france king. Charles the seventh wasn't sure what to do with her. He began to distance himself from her. Believing dis bitch was crazy pants ultimately she was turned over to the english church for heresy. Which i admit. I had to go. Look up it's beliefs that are contrary to orthodox religions joan was tried for seventy counts of various crimes including witchcraft. Heresy undressing like a dude. In a month's time she was interrogated twelve times. She was held in a military prison rather than a church prison. Her captors threatened with rape and torture to combat threats joan tighter soldier clothing tightly around her with hundreds of little cords and that had to make using the bathroom damn near impossible. Joan was found guilty of charges and on may thirtieth fourteen thirty one. She was taken to the marketplace at ruin in france there. She was burned at the stake in front of about ten thousand people. Joan is always been somewhat of an lgbtq close icon for very long time. People thought she was a lesbian others thought she was trans instill some today. Thinks she was intersex. Maybe a sexual. There's no real documentation regarding jones sexual or gender identity. Suffice to say jones truth might have been a more complex label than any of us have credited her for joan dared to ben societal norms. I know in my.

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"may thirtieth fourteen thirty one" Discussed on Made of Mettle

Made of Mettle

08:23 min | 11 months ago

"may thirtieth fourteen thirty one" Discussed on Made of Mettle

"But the fact that she was declaring these acts in the name of faith going against the church the majority of jones charges were based on allegations that her behavior displayed blasphemous presumption. Her claims of supernatural insight. Divine favor in communing with spirits could not be allowed to stand in the public eye. Those sort of accusations threatened all the power. The church stood for. Joan must be discredited and denounced at all cost. The court pointed out other instances such as the way jones signed her letters. Joan would often endorse her letters with the name. Jesus and mary. Joan also claim to be guaranteed salvation and would often wear men's clothing as a safety measure when travelling in order to mass that she was a woman jones. Most serious charge was ignoring the commands of the church in lieu of the commands of god. The hypocrisy in the churches charges were astounding on march. Thirty first joan was questioned in asked to clarify a few of her previous declarations specifically on her submission to the doctrines outlined by the church. Jones said that it was only god in her saints that she held herself answerable. This did nothing. But further and fury the court and church officials. The trial continued and joan. Seventy charges are eventually reduced to just twelve while imprison. Joan became deathly ill. While she was ill she was encouraged by the court to submit to the church. Joan who believed herself to be dying begged to go to confession and receive holy communion joan that she buried only in consecrated ground while joan and waited her feet. She was continually pressed to submit herself to the church. Joan responded i'm relying on our lord. I hold to what i have already said. As time went on and joan would not submit. The church became more insistent. Joan was eventually threatened with torture if she did not provide the information that was requested. Joan was under immense pressure. At this point she was aware her role and would not betray the king in her country although they had callously turn their backs on her jones strength and character was an absolute marvel when threatened with torture. Joan declared quite pointedly the even if they tortured her to death she would not reply differently. Joan added that in any case if they were to extract any information from her she would afterward maintain that any statement that was made had been exhorted by force in light of jones convictions. Her interrogators voted against torture. Ten to one. Joan was informed in no uncertain terms that she did not submit to the church in admit her guilt she would be turned over to be put to death. Joan would not relent on may twenty fourth. Joan was taken out of prison and escorted to a cemetery. I sentenced to be read during the sentence. Reading the sermon. Included several vicious attacks focused specifically on king. Charles jones spoke up saying that they had no right to attack the king who was a good christian. Joan requested that. The sermon should be confined to just jones own character rather than that of the king. After the sermon was concluded joan requested that the evidence of her history be sent over to rome. Naturally the judges ignored her appeal to the pope and began to read her final sentence. It was during the final sentence reading that joan faltered. And i thought it was really important to share this moment as well as i don't believe this is often discussed when speaking about joan of arc story. I thought it was important to share as it highlights. The joan was not invaluable. Joan was human. Joan was terrified and joan did not want to declared that she would do what the church required of her. At this declaration joan was presented with a form of adoration that had already been prepared in the event. Joan acquiesced when presented with the adoration joan hesitated but signed it doing so on the condition that it was pleasing to our lord after signing the document instead of death. Joan was condemned to life in prison. Joan was also ordered to wear women's clothing which she obeyed three days. After jones sentence began she was visited by the judges. The judges found joan to again. Be wearing men's clothing. Jones simply said that it was her preference. They again pressure. Joan to reveal more information to which she replied she was not able to do to divine advice. Jones said that the saints were not pleased with her announcement encouraging jones to return to her original faith accepting the ultimate fate in her beliefs. The judges realized that would never submit to the church as they requested and required. This was the key and nothing else mattered. The next morning joan was able to make her confession and receive communion. Joan was then led to her final destination. The steak on the way jones made to listen to one more sermon and her sentence all of which was read out in front of the judges and large crowd that had gathered to watch jones execution as joan was being tied to the stake. She was consoled by your priest who she asked to hold high a crucifix for her to see into shout out assurances of salvation loud enough that she should hear him above the roar of the flames with that final requests. The executioner slowly laid the torched the pyre as joan was engulfed by the flames. Her last words were calling out to her savior. It was described by witnesses at her later. Retrial that there was little doubt that joan was indeed. A faithful christian jones died on may thirtieth fourteen thirty one. It was estimated that she was roughly nineteen years old but jones story doesn't end there. Vindication by the courts would soon come in much more twenty years after her death. King charles ordered an inquiry into jones trial the resulting proceedings concluded that jones sentence will be revoked. An old joan was canonized by the pope on may sixteenth nineteen twenty. The one who was guided by saints became a saint herself. There few stories that i love. More than joan of arc's. I love that. She was clearly a maverick a leader a military powerhouse but she was also a woman a devout believer in her face and often described as a generous kind person. She was normal. I think we could all do well to learn a bit from the story of joan of arc. The goal of this podcast is to motivate you and motivation looks. Different feels different for everyone. While some are motivated by faith others are motivated by in our goals or family. It's different for everybody. Take from the story. What you need to fortify yourself you too can bring your visions into reality one day or battle at a time. I'll end jones story with a quote. She made on the day of her execution. It was i who brought the message of the crown to mike king..

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"may thirtieth fourteen thirty one" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"may thirtieth fourteen thirty one" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Army says it's killed twenty six rebels from the allied democratic forces, which is believed to be linked to the Islamic state group allied. Democratic forces was originally made up of Ugandan Muslims and created in Uganda, but some years ago, it started to stage attacks in eastern Congo, including Mexico's in the town of Beni hundreds died. The Islamic state group said it carried out to the latest attacks but it's not clear, whether the AD is, formally tight, I s one of the police displayed after the army killed the twenty six rebels is set to be of a white, man. BBC correspondent Mary harbor. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu failed to form a governing coalition. And now Israel faces a historic second snap election, this year, the newly chosen Knesset was disbanded after less than two months. The election now has been set for September seventeenth. Breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com. Former Mississippi Senator Thad Cochran is passed away the seven term Republican, and former chairman of the powerful Senate appropriations committee was eighty one after serving six years in the house. Cochran ran for the Senate becoming the first Republican elected to a statewide office in Mississippi since reconstruction Gakuen was well known for working across party lines, you retired from the Senate fourteen months ago after dealing with a series of health issues, Capitol Hill. Correspondent Wally Hines with that report. Inish porn socialite Klaus von Bulow, who was convicted, but later acquitted of trying to kill his wealthy wife in two trials that drew intense international attention in back in the one thousand nine hundred eighty says died on Bulow was ninety two may, thirtieth fourteen thirty one Joan of arc condemned as a heretic was burned.

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"may thirtieth fourteen thirty one" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"may thirtieth fourteen thirty one" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The Congolese army says it's killed twenty six rebels from the allied democratic forces, which is believed to be linked to the Islamic state group, allied democratic forces was originally made up of Ugandan Muslims an uprated in Uganda, but some years ago, it started to stage attacks in eastern Congo, including my because in the town of Beni hundreds died. The state group said it carried out to the to the tax, but it's not clear, whether the AD is formally tied to I s one of the police displayed after the army killed the twenty six rebels is set to be of a white, man. BBC correspondent Mary harbor. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu failed to form a governing coalition. And now Israel faces a historic second snap election, this year, the newly chosen Knesset was disbanded effort less than two months. The election now has been set for September seventeenth. Breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com. Former Mississippi Senator Thad Cochran is passed away the seven term Republican, and former chairman of the powerful set it appropriations committee was eighty one after serving six years in the house. Cochran ran for the Senate becoming the first Republican elected to a statewide office in Mississippi since reconstruction Cochran was well known for working across party lines, you retired from the Senate fourteen months ago after dealing with a series of health issues, Capitol Hill. Correspondent Wally Hines with that report. Danish porn socialite Klaus von Bulow who was convicted. But later acquitted of trying to kill his wealthy wife in two trials that drew, intense international attention in back in one thousand nine hundred says, died on Bulow was ninety two may, thirtieth fourteen thirty one Joan of arc condemned as a heretic was burned at the stake in Ruan, France. More on these stories at townhall dot com. I'm Rhonda rockstar. Mike Gallagher exposes the impeachment strategy. The Democrats hit me, they might just want to. The prospect of impeachment over his head for as long as they can try to do as much damage as they can stand it..

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