Tag Archives: France

Joan of Arc’s Birth (and Death) Re-examined

Jeanne d’Arc’s Birthplace in Domremy la Piscelle It’s been a bit of a journey: working backwards, I came to a fork in the road that happened when Jeanne d’Arc was burned at the stake. Two lines of reincarnation came into … Continue reading

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In View of What I’ve Learned Lately…

Some Reincarnational Timelines (Part 1) In the older traditions, reincarnation is a progressive, linear development of an individual soul. And, until recently, I would have totally agreed with that premise. In truth, I’ve only had one life that I could … Continue reading

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A Case for Reincarnation or Something Else?

Indira Gandhi and Jeanne d’Arc In my experience, our childhood heroes have a definite effect on our lives. But is it a case for reincarnation or something else? Let’s look at these two women astrologically together. Wow! In truth, I … Continue reading

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The Grey Eminence: Friend and Confidant to Richelieu

François Leclerc du Tremblay (November 4, 1577 – December 17, 1638) Just after researching Cardinal Richelieu last week, I heard this term “Grey Eminence” on Jeopardy for the first time. I took it as a sign. Father Joseph started out … Continue reading

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They Called Him “The Red Eminence”

Cardinal Richelieu (September 9, 1585 – December 4, 1642) You’ve seen him in films about “The Three Musketeers”. He figures strongly in the creation of New France. But what else do we know about Cardinal Richelieu? Maybe astrology can help. … Continue reading

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We’ve been told to contemplate our history today…

Canada Day, 2021 This image is our usual way of making fun of ourselves. But this year due to the ‘discovery’ of unmarked graves at residential schools across Canada, our national celebrations have been toned down, and we are being … Continue reading

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The Man Credited with Creating Canada

Samuel de Champlain (August 13, 1567 – December 25, 1635) When I was young, I knew all about this man, but I was never impressed with his story. I always wondered why. But I know better now. As this chart … Continue reading

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Treachery: A Whole Lot of Faking Going On

Surrender of Quebec (July 20, 1629) Oh dear. This is the moment when a permanent stain was placed on Étienne (Stephen) Brûlé’s memory. As a background movement, he may have been instrumental in the Kirkes’ capture of Quebec, but history … Continue reading

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And Still I Stand This Very Day, With a Burning Wish to Fly Away

Looking for the Summer (1991) Look deep into the April faceA change is clearly taking placeLooking for the summer The eyes take on a certain gazeAnd leave behind the springtime daysGo looking for the summer This ain’t no game of … Continue reading

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Could a 1st Century Conquest be Echoed in the 13th Century?

The Destruction of the Second Temple (August 4, 70 AD) Sometimes, I surprise even myself. No, I am not putting myself in the thick of things during Titus’ destruction of Jerusalem, but I am being shown some interesting echoes. The … Continue reading

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