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From: "V.Verenich" <>
Subject: Re: Real ancestors of Joan d`Arc
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 14:46:14 GMT
In article <>,
> There is no convincing evidence for the theory of her noble ancestry
> that she was really three persons. Jeanne d'Arc's origins were
> investigated thoroughly during her trial and her rehabilitation
> hearing. For your theory to be correct there would have to have been
> enormous, well organized, and financed conspiracy to cover the truth.
Read the book of R.Amboulent first!!! "The true story of Jeaane Le
I rest my case:)
> Jeanne, her parents, her siblings, her friends, and her neighbors
> have all lied. It is highly unlikely that this is the case.
> each of these hearings have different biases, but both of them agree
> her general origins. Furthermore, why would they lie about her
> origins? I believe that the myth of the maid of Lorraine did not call
> for her to be a peasant. Everyone at court would have felt more
> comfortable dealing with a noble woman. Why cover this up? This
> makes absolutely no sense, has no solid evidence backing it, and
> requires a chain of highly unlikely events to support it.
> John P. DuLong, Ph.D.
> Acadian and French Canadian Genealogy
> 959 Oxford Road
> Berkley, MI 48072-2011
> Tel.: (248) 541-2894
> Web Site: http://habitant.org
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