Fourth Public Examination of Joan of Arc – She Discusses the Voices in Her Head

Tuesday, February 27th, in the same place. The Bishop and 54 Assessors present. In their presence, We required the said Jeanne to swear to tell the truth on everything touching her Trial. “Willingly will I swear,” she answered, “to tell the truth on everything touching the trial, but not all that I know.” We required … More Fourth Public Examination of Joan of Arc – She Discusses the Voices in Her Head

Third Public Examination of Joan of Arc – The Prophecies of Merlin

On Saturday February 24th, 1431, there opened in Rouen before a church tribunal chaired by Pierre Cauchon, the Bishop of Beauvais. It was a “trial in matters of faith” and one which that would lead Joan of Arc the stake on 30 May of the same year. As we remember Joan was the fifteen year … More Third Public Examination of Joan of Arc – The Prophecies of Merlin

Second Examination of Joan of Arc- Describes Her Religious Visions

On January 9, 1431, there opened in Rouen before a church tribunal chaired by Pierre Cauchon, the Bishop of Beauvais. It was a “trial in matters of faith” and one which that would lead Joan of Arc the stake on 30 May of the same year. As we remember Joan was the fifteen year old … More Second Examination of Joan of Arc- Describes Her Religious Visions

Celebrating Black Actress Eulabelle Moore- Obscure, But Not Forgotten

If you haven’t heard her name before, don’t be ashamed. Eulabelle Moore has only four IMDB credits to her name, not one of them big name productions.  In fact, like Eulabelle you’ve probably never heard of. The first is an uncredited role (probably a servant) in the 1951 low-budget melodrama Teresa about a soldier in … More Celebrating Black Actress Eulabelle Moore- Obscure, But Not Forgotten