La Passion de Jeanne d’Arc

La Passion de Jeanne d’Arc is a silent film from 1928.

I have spent many years inside the Jehanne d’Arc story, trying to figure out wtf was wrong with the whole thing.

I think I’ve finally got some clarity.

Watch any film about Jehanne. Read any book – fiction/non-fiction.

Sorry to spoil the story but…..she is executed. Burned at the stake for heresy.

Her crime?

If you read the so-called Trials – it’s a long read, much discussed by academia. Blah, blah, everyone has an opinion.

To me the message is soooooo bloody simple.

Jehanne denied the Church Militant.

She only EVER recognised the Church Triumphant.

It is there. Written in all the zillions of words about her.

“She” refused to recognise the Pope and his minions. Church Miltant.

“She” only recognised God and the Divine. Church Triumphant.

They KILLED her.


How all-powerfully does THAT message resonate???

Think about it!

4 thoughts on “La Passion de Jeanne d’Arc

  1. Well, according to your timeline, Christianity existed before the Catholic church AND before Andronicus. It usurped christianity and turned Saint Andronicus into the son of God using the idea of scapegoating. He died for your sins, not because he got rid of institutional indebtedness.

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  2. Hi Rahowanow. Just a couple of thoughts…Christianity is the LABEL we have been taught to put on it. This “faith” has always been there. The Catholic church came out of the 17thc Reformation. At one time faith was faith. Andronicus was not a saint but a man. He was murdered by Man who then took Faith, shredded it into little pieces and returned it to us as Religion!
    I’m not here to tell others what to think. I’m just sharing my thoughts. Regards :o)


    1. OK, two things:

      1.) All saints were men or women; They just did something so extraordinary they became saints after they died. I mean, didn’t the crusades begin as a response to Andronicus’s death?

      2.) The Catholic church started in the 1600’s??? I must have missed that post. I used to check my email everyday to read your posts while in the sauna in the morning. The sauna is out of order, so I don’t check my personal email as often as I should.


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