There were two historical Joan of Arc's - over 100 years apart. The first was British, the second was an illuminati Hoax pretending to be a resurrection of the first. They are book ends to each other historically.

The First Joan D'Arc was Joan D'Acre - Joan of Acre, a Royal Princess and daughter to Edward I. She fled England in 1297 at the age of 25 and became a revolutionary in France leading the peasants and descendants of Jesus Christ in a class war against the French Illuminati Jewish Nobles.

The Second Joan of Arc was an illuminati Hoax the French Jews used to make the French Public think that Joan of Arc supported the Jewish Illuminati King Charles the VII. Joan of Acre's revolution in the 1300s was never succesful, but the legend of it had grown so great that people in the French countryside believed that Joan of Arc would be reborn like Jesus or King Arthur. There was already a savior legend based on Joan of Acre in France in the 1400s that predated her second arrival.

The second Joan of Arc was burned to death by the French illuminati in 1431. She had been recruited by them to use as a stooge because of the legend of Joan of Arc. They needed her to support the illuminati Jew Charles the VII. Once she her mission was accomplished, the illuminati murdered the second Joan by burning her to death in order to cover their tracks.

Much of the legend of Joan of Arc has been shaped by the second Joan of Arc narrative. This mythology is all fake. All the aspects about this popular myth of Joan of Arc were fabricated by the illuminati in France to legitimize their rule and cover up their lies. The more important story is the story of Joan of Acre - which became the inspiration for Romeo and Juliet as well as the myth of Joan of Arc.


Joan of Acre fled England in 1297 and began organizing the resistance against the illuminati in France. She was trying to liberate the peasant class and the descendants of Jesus Christ who had been persecuted during the Albigesian Crusades and other Crusades against the Cathars. She was murdered by Philip VI in 1337. This was the secret reason for the hundred years war that was launched when England invaded France.

The beginning of the invasino marked a period of 100 years of war between England and France. By the 1400s, many of France's kingdoms preferred to be part of England than remain loyal to the illuminati Jewish Kings of France. Especially in the North where many Kingdoms bordered England, England had a lot of support in the war. The French responded by using chevauchée tactics (destructive "scorched earth" raids) that devastated their own economy.

The entire 100 years of the 100 years war was fought on French soil. England was never even invaded. The entire time, the French Kings were holding onto power in France by a thread. While France was fighting North vs South with the North allied with the British, the Southern parts of France were being heavily taxed leading to revolts. The illuminati French kings responded to these revolts by murdering people and burning down areas the rebelled against the taxes.

The result was that after 100 years France was pretty much broken. The entire economy had been destroyed. Meanwhile, the illuminati Jewish French Kings started to go really insane. In 1392, King Charles suddenly went mad and slew four knights and almost killed his brother, Louis I, Duke of Orléans. From then on, Charles' bouts of insanity became more frequent and of longer duration. During these attacks, he had delusions, believing he was made of glass and would be broken if touched or denying he had a wife and children. He could also attack servants or run until exhaustion, wailing that he was threatened by his enemies.

When Charles the Mad died in 1422, France was basically fucked. In the midst of the Hundred Years' War, Charles VII inherited the throne of France under desperate circumstances. Forces of the Kingdom of England occupied northern France, including Paris, the most populous city, and Reims, the city in which the French kings were traditionally crowned.

In addition, his father Charles VI had disinherited him in 1420 and recognized Henry V of England and his heirs as the legitimate successors to the French crown instead. At the same time, a civil war raged in France between the Armagnacs (supporters of the House of Valois) and the Burgundian party (supporters of the House of Valois-Burgundy allied to the English).

With his court removed to Bourges, south of the Loire River, Charles was disparagingly called the “King of Bourges”, because the area around this city was one of the few remaining regions left to him. However, his political and military position improved dramatically with the emergence of Joan of Arc as a spiritual leader in France. Charles the VII was unable to be coronated as King of France for 7 years - not until the illuminati used the myth of Joan of Arc were they able to get him on the throne. Without the fake hoax Joan of Arc, he never would have been able to keep his throne.

The second Joan of Arc was an illuminati hoax. She was created in the mold of the first Joan of Acre to convince the French public that they should support Charles the VII. Everything about her was fabricated. She was hand selected to play the role like an actress would be.

Joan D'Arc the hoax claimed to have received visions of the Archangel Michael, Saint Margaret, and Saint Catherine of Alexandria instructing her to support Charles VII and recover France from English domination late in the Hundred Years' War.

The uncrowned King Charles VII sent Joan to the siege of Orléans as part of a relief mission. She gained prominence after the siege was lifted only nine days later. Several additional swift victories led to Charles VII's coronation at Reims. Without the hoax Joan D'arc, Charles - an illuminati Jewish King - never would have been coronated.

By the time Joan of Arc began to influence events in 1429, nearly all of northern France and some parts of the southwest were under Anglo-Burgundian control. The English controlled Paris and Rouen while the Burgundian faction controlled Reims, which had served as the traditional coronation site for French kings since 816. This was an important consideration since neither claimant to the throne of France had been officially crowned yet. In 1428 the English had begun the siege of Orléans, one of the few remaining cities still loyal to Charles VII and an important objective since it held a strategic position along the Loire River, which made it the last obstacle to an assault on the remainder of the French heartland. In the words of one modern historian, "On the fate of Orléans hung that of the entire kingdom."

For generations, there had been prophecies in France which promised France would be saved by a virgin from the "borders of Lorraine" "who would work miracles" and "that France will be lost by a woman and shall thereafter be restored by a virgin". The second prophecy predicating France would be "lost" by a woman was taken to refer to Isabeau's role in signing the Treaty of Troyes. This prophecy had been created by Joan of Acre when she first arrived in France in 1297. By 1429, One hundred and Thirty years had passed since Joan of Acre. It had been nearly 100 years since Joan of Acre's death in 1337 which ignited the 100 years war. By that time, Joan of Acre's myth had grown.

Charles the VII and the illuminati Jews in the French court decided that they would find a Joan of Arc and use her to support the King's percarious coronation. Joan of Arc was chosen based on her father having the name Jacques D'Arc and that they lived in an isolated patch of eastern France that remained loyal to the French crown despite being surrounded by pro-Burgundian lands. Joan was illiterate and it is believed that her letters were dictated by her to scribes and she signed her letters with the help of others.

At the age of 16, she petitioned the garrison commander of a nearby town, Robert de Baudricourt, for an armed escort to bring her to the French Royal Court at Chinon. According to Jean de Metz, she told him that "I must be at the King's side ... there will be no help (for the kingdom) if not from me. Although I would rather have remained spinning [wool] at my mother's side ... yet must I go and must I do this thing, for my Lord wills it."

There are a number of times that the myth of Joan of Arc seems painfully false and this is one of them. How does an illiterate farm girl get soldiers to take her to the King of France? They offer her an armed guard though dangerous terrirtory so that she can give her message to the King??? It doesn't make any sense.

Then according to legend she adopts the style of dress of a man disguised as a soldier. Why would the armed guard want a 16 year old girl to dress as a soldier? Once again the story doesn't make any sense. The explanation for this detail is really that the illuminati was trying to make sure that the fake Joan confirmed to the existing myth of Joan of Arc - where she was already said to dress like a man and lead an army.

When she gets to Charles court, he miraculously decides to take an audience with a 16 year old girl who is an illiterate peasant girl who shows up out of nowhere. None of it makes any sense.

Joan's first meeting with Charles took place at the Royal Court at Chinon in 1429. After arriving at the Court she made a strong impression on Charles during a private conference with him. With the battle of Orleans going on, Joan asked for permission to travel with the army and wear protective armor, which was provided by the Royal government. She depended on donated items for her armor, horse, sword, banner, and other items utilized by her entourage.

Once again this doesn't make any sense. It's like they all think she's Jesus Christ. Why would the French Court give armor and weapons to a 16 year old peasant girl who shows up out of nowhere? Why would they want her to go with their army to Orleans? This is a 16 year old girl with no military training.

Not only was Joan allowed to go to Orleans, she was made the general of the campaign because of her prophecy that Charles would be king. 16 year old Joan - illiterate and with no military training - literally told Charles that she should lead his army in vanquishing the English and he was like sure, go for it. It doesn't make any sense unless you realize that Joan was planted to provide a mythic legitimacy to Charles army.

Upon her arrival on the scene, Joan effectively turned the longstanding Anglo-French conflict into a religious war, a course of action that was not without risk. Charles' advisers were worried that unless Joan's orthodoxy could be established beyond doubt—that she was not a heretic or a sorceress—Charles' enemies could easily make the allegation that his crown was a gift from the devil. To circumvent this possibility, the Dauphin ordered background inquiries and a theological examination at Poitiers to verify her morality. In April 1429, the commission of inquiry "declared her to be of irreproachable life, a good Christian, possessed of the virtues of humility, honesty and simplicity."

The illuminati Catholics of course did their best to legitmize Joan's story because they were trying to make sure Jew Charles go to keep the throne. The Church said she could prove her divine nature if she could lift the seign of Orleans and win the battle for the French. This was also all part of the illuminati plan. They had already bought off elements who beseiging Orleans so they knew the seige was going to end soon already. By sending the fake Joan to Orleans she could be there at the right time to seem like she was the miracle that changed the course of the war.

The appearance of Joan of Arc at Orléans coincided with a sudden change in the pattern of the siege. During the five months before her arrival, the defenders had attempted only one offensive assault, which had ended in defeat. On 4 May, however, the Armagnacs attacked and captured the outlying fortress of Saint Loup (bastille de Saint-Loup), followed on 5 May by a march to a second fortress called Saint-Jean-le-Blanc, which was found deserted. When English troops came out to oppose the advance, a rapid cavalry charge drove them back into their fortresses, apparently without a fight. The Armagnacs then attacked and captured an English fortress built around a monastery called Les Augustins. That night, Armagnac troops maintained positions on the south bank of the river before attacking the main English stronghold, called "les Tourelles", on the morning of 7 May.

Joan was the heroine of the engagement. During one battle was wounded by an arrow between the neck and shoulder while holding her banner in the trench outside les Tourelles, but later returned to encourage a final assault that succeeded in taking the fortress. The English retreated from Orléans the next day, and the siege was over.

Once again, this story sounds completely faked. How does a 16 year old girl get an arrow between her neck and shoulder and then come back later to encourage a final assualt? That kind of wound is life threatening if not fatal. There is no way she could have then returned to lead the battle.

After the turn in the Battle of Orleans, the Fake Joan was so powerful, her vision that Charles the VII shoudl be coronated was used as the justification for his coronation. At Chinon and Poitiers, Joan had declared that she would provide a sign at Orléans. The lifting of the siege was interpreted by many people to be that sign, and it gained her the support of prominent clergy such as the Archbishop of Embrun and the theologian Jean Gerson, both of whom wrote supportive treatises immediately following this event.[

The illuminati Catholics had set her up with a false test they knew she would pass. They knew that France would soon win the seige of Orleans so they knew that she would get the credit. That credit would legitimize her mythology and allow her to get Charles VII coronated after 7 years of failure.

Joan of Arc - 17 years old now - then lead Charles VII and the French Army to Reims for his coronation. In 1429, Charles was coronated and finally the official King of England. At this point the English were tired of the 100 year war anyway. They had spent their wealth for 100 years trying to take over France without success. By 1430 the English abandoned the war and reached a peace with the French.

Now with nothing to do, the illuminati put Joan of Arc to other tasks. . On 23 March 1430, she dictated a threatening letter to the Hussites, a dissident group which had broken with the Catholic Church on a number of doctrinal Joan, an ardent Catholic who hated all forms of heresy together with Islam also sent a letter challenging the English to leave France and go with her to Bohemia to fight the Hussites, an offer that went unanswered. Remember, Joan is a now supposed to be an 19 year old illiterate, who has just become a miraculous general. Now she also knows the finer points of theological discussions??? Obviously the illuminati is just having her do whatever they think is useful. They also paid her and her family a big reward for their help getting Charles VII coronated.

When the truce ended at the end of 1430, Joan was sent back into action but this time the illuminati had decided that she had served her use and now it was best to get rid of her. They set her up to get captured by the British. While she was imprisoned by the British for 2 years and put on trial as a witch, Charles and the French illuminati Jews didn't rescue her. Despite her "divine role" in Charles' coronation, she was left to be burned by the British as a witch in Rouen France.

Joan's trial was all set up for her to get burned. Joan was officially burned for the offence of cross dressing not because she was a witch. Joan agreed to wear feminine clothing when she abjured, which created a problem. According to the later descriptions of some of the tribunal members, she had previously been wearing male (i.e. military) clothing in prison because it gave her the ability to fasten her hosen, boots and tunic together into one piece, which deterred rape by making it difficult to pull her hosen off. She was evidently afraid to give up this outfit even temporarily because it was likely to be confiscated by the judge and she would thereby be left without protection.

A woman's dress offered no such protection. A few days after her abjuration, when she was forced to wear a dress, she resumed male attire either as a defense against molestation or, in the testimony of Jean Massieu, because her dress had been taken by the guards and she was left with nothing else to wear.

Joan's resumption of male military clothing was labeled a relapse into heresy for cross-dressing, although this would later be disputed by the inquisitor who presided over the appeals court that examined the case after the war. Medieval Catholic doctrine held that cross-dressing should be evaluated based on context, as stated in the Summa Theologica by St. Thomas Aquinas, which says that necessity would be a permissible reason for cross-dressing.

This was all really about trying to keep women in their place. While Charles the VII was happy to be King, he didn't want a woman leading his army forever. He thought women should stay where they are, where dresses not armor. Joan was useful to get him on the throne, but once there he didn't give a shit about her anymore. So the Catholic Church - which was carrying out the trial - decided that Joan - 20 years old - was a heretic for cross dressing. She was then burned at the stake as a heretic.

Really the French were the ones who burned the fake Joan. The british did not run the trial, the French did. The English kept her prisoner but the French Catholic Church tried her and then burned her. Afterwards they faked all the records of the trial in order to hide that it was really the French who burned Joan. The British were just the jailors, not the executioners.

When the French burned Joan of Arc as a witch - their own hoax they had recruited - they did it very close to England. This was intentional. They also burned her as a witch. They killed her this way because they were sending a message to the British not to send any more Witches to France. Joan of Acre had paranormal powers. She was a baby that was stolen from the Middle East. She wasn't actually a product of the Royal families genetics, she was a stolen baby like Simon de Montford was.

The Royal family had a lot of trouble conceiving chrildren so they'd add fake children they'd steal during crusades. They recognized they needed to broaden their geneti line or else they would get too inbred. So they would steal children while on Crusade and say that they had had them while on Crusade.

Both Joan of Acre and Simon De Montford were babies that were stolen during crusades by illuminati parents. They both had ESP though and thus were able to reconnect to their identities later in time which is why they became revolutionaries.