Not five stars (Joan of Arc) because...
Great story telling! Thanks! But your conclusions at the end completely missed the most logical explanation surrounding the “mystery” of Joan. Yes, after reading this you can put down your arms Mr story teller, the ones you raised in frustration because you could not find a credible answer. Joan was likely an extremely intelligent woman, possibly a lesbian, who lied about her visions in order to escape her droll unhappy life. Her first visions mentioned angels telling her to be a good girl and to attend church. How mundane! That’s exactly how the girls at Fatima started. Then when pressed for more details they (Joan and the Fatima girls) started embellishing their visions and stories. Joan didn’t predict anything that wasn’t very possible. History is replete with underdogs vanquishing their superior enemies once an impassioned and intelligent leader shows up. Thus, “intellectual honesty” should have led you to discuss the possibility of her simply lying in order to change the arc (pun intended) of her miserable life.
Sunray2012 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/29/20
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