• Io est un satellite naturel de Jupiter et l'une des quatre lunes galiléennes, la plus proche de la planète.

    Io est le quatrième plus grand satellite du Système solaire. Observée en 1610 par Galilée, elle porte le nom d'Io, conquête amoureuse de Zeus persécutée par l'épouse de ce dernier, Héra — dont elle avait été prêtresse.

    Son nom lui fut donné par l'astronome allemand Simon Marius qui affirmait l'avoir découverte avant Galilée.
     
    Avec plus de 400 volcans en activité, Io est l'objet le plus actif du Système solaire.

    Cette activité géologique est provoquée par les forces de marée de Jupiter.

    Les volcans du satellite rejettent des composés du soufre et les panaches peuvent atteindre 500 km d'altitude.

    Sa surface est constellée d'une centaine de montagnes, certaines plus élevées que l'Everest4.

    À la différence de la plupart des satellites du Système solaire externe (qui possèdent une épaisse couche de glace), Io est essentiellement composées de roches silicates entourant un noyau. La surface d'Io est caractérisée par des plaines recouvertes de soufre et de dioxyde de soufre, la colorant de diverses teintes de rouges, jaunes, blancs, noirs et verts. Cette activité atmosphérique produit une petite atmosphère autour de la lune et joue un rôle important dans la magnétosphère de Jupiter.
     
    En 1979, les deux sondes spatiales Voyager ont révélé l'activité géologique de Io, avec de nombreuses caractéristiques volcaniques, de grandes montagnes et une surface jeune sans cratères d'impact évidents. La sonde Galileo a effectué plusieurs survols proches dans les années 1990 et début des années 2000 ce qui a permis l'obtention de données sur la structure intérieure de Io et de la composition de sa surface. D'autres observations ont été réalisées par Cassini–Huygens en 2000 et par New Horizons en 2007, ainsi que par les télescopes basés sur Terre et par le Télescope spatial Hubble.

    http://www.astropolis.fr/articles/etude-du-systeme-solaire/Io/astronomie-io-satellite-galileen.html

     


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  • Pleine Lune du 9 Janvier 2012

     NOURRIR ET ORGANISER LES FORCES D'UN NOUVEAU RELATIONNEL AU COEUR DE LA FRATERNITE HUMAINE DANS LA SOBRIETE JOYEUSE EST LE PROFOND MESSAGE DE CETTE PLEINE LUNE

    Capricorne ascendant Capricorne , cette Pleine Lune nous plonge dans une reflexion très Saturnienne pour integrer le message de la nouvelle Lune du 24 décembre , qui, rappelons nous, nous parle d'integrer le nouveau bébé d'énergie dans la voie du nouveau monde en marche.

    De l'intime confiance à une participation consciente , c'est l'état d'esprit, maison neuf qui imprègne saturne en balance en maison neuf et auquel Jupiter , qui lui est opposé répond , en maison trois et en Taureau , conjoint Lilith qui amplifie sa puissance interieure , par une joie très concréte et communicative ... Un nouveau sentiment de sororale  fraternité universelle s'incarne, se concrétise , modifiant profondement la communauté humaine.

      

     

     

    Pleine Lune du 9 Janvier 2012

     

    PLEINE LUNE entre les 18 et 19 degres cancer

     

     18° Cancer : "Une poule gratte le sol en quête de nourriture pour ses poussins"

    Ce degré developpe le profond besoin d'assumer cette responsabilité d'incarner en la protegeant cette nouvelle énergie qui booste la construction du nouveau monde en marche , en maison sept , en se souciant les uns des autres dans un nouveau relationnel plus généreux , plus soucieux du bien être partagé

    19° Cancer : "Un prêtre célèbre un mariage"

    Cette responsabilisation du degré 18 permet de transcender les differences , et d'unir les polarités yin et yang du soleil et de la Lune au sein de la conscience collective ...

     

    Pour cela le ciel met Mars en Vierge , une action assainie et purificatrice d'égo à notre disposition, transformatrice en maison huit ...

     

     

    Soleil 18 ° CAPRICORNE : " L'union jack flotte sur un navire de guerre britannique "

    Le Soleil a fait evolué le nouveau bébé  du nouvel ordre mondial en marche en le portant , pour cette pleine Lune , dans la conscience du pouvoir politique , sa portée et ses dangers ... Saturne Balance l'orientant vers la conscience démocratique qui au degré solaire suivant est appellé à une croissance accélérée :

    19° CAPRICORNE " Un enfant de cinq ans portant un panier plein de provisions "

    Nous sommes tous appelé-e-s à nous montrer à la hauteur de responsabilités sociales qui dépassent notre évolution normale . Cette amplification, très Jupiterienne , nous rappelle à Jupiter lilith Taureau en Maison trois , une communication joyeuse dans le concret relationnel quotidien avec nos proches

    Nous recevons alors que ce prepare cette merveilleuse pleine lune le message suivant :

    "la distance la plus courte entre 2 êtres humains, c'est le RIRE " Victor HUGO

     

    suivi quelques minutes suivantes d'un autre message :

     

    "Les joyeux guerissent toujours" Rabelais

     


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  • Le Taureau, Vénus et la Maison 2

    La Lune Scorpion s'exprime sublimement à travers cette oeuvre musicale et repond au besoin exprimé par le symbole sabian du 18 ° Scorpion, sur un degré  de TRANSFIGURATION " Un chemin dans les bois baigné d'une lumière multicolore " auquel repond le joli sextile qu'elle fait au soleil Capricorne qui exprime" liberation par le nudisme d'une femme refoulée !". De plus cette Lune créatrice , en maison cinq , est en harmonie totale avec l'ascendant Cancer auquel elle fait trigone , amplifiant la sensibilité féminine spiritualisée de l'auteur qu'il ramene, ce à quoi l'appele cet ascendant , sur un plan materiel par la creation musicale

     

    Né le :7 janvier 1899 à 16h00à :Paris (France)Soleil :17°11' CapricorneAS : 14°25' CancerLune :18°19' ScorpionMC : 15°57' PoissonsDominantes : Sagittaire, Scorpion, Capricorne
    Soleil, Neptune, Lune
    Maisons 6, 5, 7 / Eau, Feu / MutableNumérologie : chemin de vie 8Popularité : 2 763 clics, 3 737e homme, 6 269e célébrité

    Francis Poulenc, né le 7 janvier 1899 à Paris, mort le 30 janvier 1963 à Paris, est un compositeur et pianiste français, membre du groupe des Six.

    Son père fut l'un des fondateurs des établissements Poulenc Frères, qui devinrent Rhône-Poulenc.

    Bien qu'il ait suivi quelques cours de composition avec Charles Koechlin, Poulenc est considéré comme un compositeur autodidacte.

    Après une scolarité au lycée Condorcet, il connaît à dix-huit ans une première réussite avec une Rapsodie nègre. Avec la Première Guerre mondiale, sa production n'est guère importante. Il compose cependant Le Bestiaire, un cycle de mélodies.

    Ricardo Viñes lui fait rencontrer notamment Isaac Albéniz, Claude Debussy et Maurice Ravel. Poulenc fait partie, avec Georges Auric, Louis Durey, Arthur Honegger, Darius Milhaud et Germaine Tailleferre du groupe informel de musiciens que le critique Henri Collet surnommera en 1920 le Groupe des Six, en référence au Groupe des Cinq russe (Moussorgski, Cui, Balakirev, Borodine, Rimski-Korsakov). Leur esthétique commune, influencée par Satie et Cocteau, est une réaction contre le romantisme et le wagnérisme, et aussi, dans une certaine mesure, contre le courant impressionniste. Le groupe des six a créé seulement deux oeuvres collectives : un recueil pour le piano Album des Six, et un ballet, Les Mariés de la tour Eiffel.

    En 1926, il rencontre le baryton Pierre Bernac, pour lequel il eut un attachement affectif, et compose pour lui un grand nombre de mélodies. Il l'accompagne au piano, à partir de 1935 (et jusqu'à sa mort en 1963), dans des récitals de musique française donnés autour du monde. Pierre Bernac est considéré comme la muse de Poulenc pour la mise au jour de nombre de mélodies de Poulenc.

    En 1928, le compositeur écrit Le Concert champêtre, œuvre pour clavecin et orchestre destinée à la grande claveciniste Wanda Landowska et dédié à son compagnon, le peintre Richard Chanelaire.

    En 1935, de passage à Rocamadour et consécutivement à la mort accidentelle de son ami, le compositeur et critique Pierre-Octave Ferroud, il vit un profond retour à la foi catholique de son enfance et se tourne vers des compositions d'inspiration religieuse. Après cet événement ses œuvres pour piano se font beaucoup plus rares et sont empreintes d'une profonde mélancolie.

    En 1936 il compose ses Litanies à la Vierge noire de Rocamadour, pour choeur de femmes et orgue (qu'il orchestrera ultérieurement), suivi en 1937 de la messe en sol majeur pour chœur mixte a cappella, d'un Stabat Mater (1950) et d'un Gloria (1959). Le compositeur écrira aussi son fameux Les Dialogues des Carmélites en 1957.

    Le critique Claude Rostand, pour souligner la coexistence ou l'alternance chez Poulenc d'une grande gravité et de la foi catholique avec l'insouciance et la fantaisie, a forgé la formule célèbre « moine ou voyou ». Ainsi, à propos de son Gloria, qui provoqua quelques remous, le compositeur lui-même déclara : « J’ai pensé, simplement, en l’écrivant à ces fresques de Gozzoli (Benozzo Gozzoli) où les anges tirent la langue, et aussi à ces graves bénédictins que j’ai vus un jour jouer au football ».

    Il a laissé plusieurs enregistrements comme pianiste soliste ou accompagnateur. On dispose aussi d'enregistrements parfois supervisés par lui et interprétés par des artistes qu'il privilégiait de son vivant, comme le baryton Pierre Bernac, la soprano Denise Duval ou le chef d'orchestre Georges Prêtre.

    Il est enterré au cimetière du Père-Lachaise à Paris.


    Œuvres

    Œuvres musicales
    Parmi ses compositions :

    Des opéras : Dialogues des Carmélites en 1957 ; La Voix humaine en 1959.
    Des œuvres bouffonnes : Les Mamelles de Tirésias, en 1947
    Des œuvres religieuses : Litanies à la Vierge noire de Rocamadour, en 1936, un Gloria pour soprano solo, chœur mixte et orchestre, un Stabat mater pour soprano, chœur mixte et orchestre, la très belle Messe en Sol majeur pour choeur mixte a cappella, les "Quatre motets pour un temps de pénitence", les "Quatre motets pour le temps de Noël", pour choeur mixte a cappella, Quatre Petites Prières de saint François d'Assise pour chœur d'hommes.
    La musique du ballet Les Biches en 1924
    Des pièces pour piano dont le concerto pour piano et orchestre qui était nommé de son vivant le Concerto numéro 1 et qu'il nommait en privé, pour des raisons mal connues, le Concerto casquette, ou encore pour deux pianos seuls, une Sonate pour deux pianos, un Cappricio, L'Embarquement pour Cythère, etc.
    Une Sonate pour flûte et piano (1957) a été écrite à la mémoire de Madame Sprague Coolidge avec la collaboration du flûtiste Jean-Pierre Rampal
    Une mise en musique de 'L’Histoire de Babar, le petit éléphant pour récitant et piano (plus tard orchestrée par Jean Françaix)
    Un Concerto pour orgue, cordes, et timbales, un Concerto pour deux pianos, le Concert champêtre pour clavecin et orchestre
    de la musique de chambre, notamment une sonate pour clarinette et piano (1962), un sextuor pour piano et instruments à vent
    De très nombreuses mélodies, parmi lesquelles le cycle Fiançailles pour rire. Il met en particulier en musique des poèmes d'Apollinaire comme le Bestiaire ou Cortège d'Orphée, Montparnasse, Dans le jardin d'Anna, des poèmes d'Eluard comme le cycle Tel jour, telle nuit et le cycle Le Travail du peintre, des poèmes d'Aragon comme C. et Fêtes galantes, mais aussi, dans sa veine plus fantaisiste, Nous voulons une petite sœur de Jean Nohain.
    Nombreuses pièces profanes pour chœur a cappella : Sept Chansons sur des textes de Guillaume Apollinaire et Paul Éluard, Un Soir de neige, Chansons françaises sur des textes anonymes du Moyen Âge, Chansons à boire, Petites Voix pour chœur d'enfants, Chansons gaillardes à partir de textes du XVIIe siècle, Métamorphoses sur des textes de son amie Louise de Vilmorin.

    Écrits
    Journal de mes mélodies. Par Francis Poulenc avec préface d'Henri Sauguet. Texte établi par La Société des Amis de Francis Poulenc. Editions Grasset (1964).
    Journal de mes mélodies. Par Francis Poulenc avec préface de Denise Duval. Texte intégral établi et annoté par Renaud Machart. Cicéro Éditeur en co-édition avec les Editions Salabert. Paris (1993).
    Correspondance 1910-1963. De Francis Poulenc. Editions Myriam Chimènes. Paris / Fayard, (1994).
    A Bâtons Rompus. Écrits radiophoniques de Francis Poulenc précédé De Journal de Vacances et suivi de Feuilles Américaines. Editions Actes Sud.
    Dialogues des carmélites. Par Francis Poulenc. Editions Actes Sud. Collection Opéras de Marseille (2006).

    Interprètes de référence
    Parmi les meilleures interprètes de ses oeuvres, on peut citer :

    Mélodies : les barytons Pierre Bernac et Bernard Kruysen, la soprane Denise Duval

    Études sur Francis Poulenc
    Francine Bloch, Phonographie de Francis Poulenc. Paris / Bibliothèque Nationale (1984)


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  • Joan of Arc

     
    Joan of Arc - natal chart (Placidus)
     
    Name
    Joan of Arc Gender: F
    Jeanne D'arc
    born on 6 January 1413 Jul.Cal. (15 Jan 1413 greg.) at 17:00 (= 5:00 PM )
    Place Domrémy la Pucelle, France, 48n27, 5e41
    Timezone LMT m5e41 (is local mean time)
    Data source
    Conflicting/unverified
    Rodden Rating DD
    Collector: Rodden
    Astrology data s_su.18.gif s_capcol.18.gif 25°22' s_mo.18.gif s_piscol.18.gif 20°11 Asc.s_leocol.18.gif 01°29'

     

     

    Joan of Arc : rectified by De Jabrun - natal chart (Placidus)
     
    Alternative rectified time  
    rectified by De Jabrun  
    Date 6 January 1410 Jul.Cal. (15 Jan 1410 greg.) at 16:30 (= 4:30 PM )
    Place Domrémy la Pucelle, FR, 48n27, 5e41
    Timezone LMT m5e41 (is local mean time)
    Astrology data s_su.18.gif s_capcol.18.gif 25°04' s_mo.18.gif s_aqucol.18.gif 08°45 Asc.s_cancol.18.gif 25°38'

     

    Biography

    French saint and savior who is known as the Maid of Orleans or La Pucelle D'Orleans, a national heroine and a history phenomena.

    A peasant girl, she was the daughter of a plowman and tenant farmer. Inspired by her visions and voices, she led the French armies to momentous victory, marking a turning point of the Hundred Year's War. Her victory at Orleans in 1429 opened the way for the coronation of Charles VII at Reims. Joan said that she heard the voices of St. Michael, St. Catherine and St. Margaret, who divinely inspired and instructed her. The French crown was in dispute between the Dauphin, Charles, son and heir of the Valois king, Charles VI, and the English king, Henry VI. Charles cause seemed hopeless at the end of 1427 as he was not yet crowned five years after his father's death. Reims, the city where coronations were customarily held, was held by his enemies. Domremy was on the frontier and, in 5/1428, led by her voices, Joan put on men's clothes and traveled to Vaucouleurs where she asked the Captain of the garrison to see the Dauphin. She was refused and sent home but, in 1/1429 she went again. Charles' advisors agreed to give her an audience so she went on to Chinon, reaching it in late February. He kept her waiting two days then concealed himself among his couriers. She went directly to him and said she wished to go to battle and would have him crowned. In 1429, she set off for Orleans with several hundred troops on April 27. On May 4 they took the fort, with another battle on May 6, and one on May 7 in which she was wounded. When the armies met on June 18, she had a great victory over the English.

    Charles was crowned with Joan present, a coronation held on 7/17/1429. Charles left Reims July 20, traveling through his country in a celebratory parade for a month. Joan had more battles and sorties, attacking Paris 9/8/1429, where she was wounded and routed. In late December 1429, King Charles ennobled her and her family. During a siege of 5/23/1430, Joan was unhorsed and when she could not remount, was captured by the Bergundians. As Charles was working toward a truce with the Duke of Bergundy, he made no attempt to save her. Joan was tried as a heretic with opening statements on 1/13/1431. She appeared a dozen times at interrogations between February 21 and March 24. As she refused to promise to not attempt escape, she was often put in irons in the cold dungeon. The original 70 charges were reduced to 12 and, in May, she became very sick in prison. Thinking herself near death, she begged for the last rites of the church. On May 29, the Judges agreed to turn her over to secular officials.

    The following day she was allowed to hear a Mass before she was taken to the stake and burned to death on 05/30/1431, Rouen, France.

    For this quote, and the entire letter from which it is taken, see Paine's "Joan of Arc: Maid of France", Vol. I, p. 353 [the letter runs from p. 352 – 358)

    "Her childhood was spent among the forests and strawberry-covered fields of the Meuse river valley, far from the northern regions where the political situation had become increasingly troubled. The throne at that time was occupied by Charles VI de Valois (aka Charles "the Mad"), whose frequent delusional periods rendered him unfit to govern. The monarchy had therefore been placed in the hands of several members of the Royal family (the Dukes of Orléans, Burgundy [Bourgogne], Berri, and Bourbon, plus Queen Isabel), and this warm extended family had become embroiled in an ugly civil war after Duke Louis of Orléans was assassinated on the orders of his cousin Duke Jean-sans-Peur de Burgundy in 1407. France would henceforth be divided between the Orléanist (or Armagnac) faction and their Burgundian rivals. In May 1413, when Jehanne was still a baby, the conflict produced the Cabochien Revolt in Paris. For several weeks the city was subjected to a violent uprising engineered by the Duke of Burgundy, led by a butcher named Simon Caboche, and egged on by a young clergyman and Burgundian partisan named Pierre Cauchon, whom Jehanne would later meet during a less pleasant period of her life."

    From the same website above, we find this chronology which also shows different years for her birth and for the death of Henry IV. I show the whole chronology as it would be useful in an attempt to rectify her chart.

    Events in the life of Joan of Arc (Jehanne Darc)

    Events in Jehanne's life Parallel events of the Hundred Years War


    1410, 11, 12, or 13, Jan 6 - Born at Domremy to Jacques Darc and Isabelle Romée

    1413 - Death of Henry IV, accession of Henry V; Armagnacs gain control of Paris *More specifically Mar 20 - England's King Henry IV died of an epileptic seizure while praying at Westminster Abbey; he was succeeded by his son Henry V. (AP, 3/20/97)(MWH, 1994) – [my italics – MB; this is unquestionably one year after Joan's birth.]

    1415 ?? - Birth of her childhood friend, Hauviette

    1415 - Henry V invades France

    1415, Sept 23 - English forces capture Harfleur

    1415, Oct 25 - The French army is crushed at the battle of Aginçourt

    1417 - Henry V begins the conquest of Normandy; Jean-sans-Peur de Burgundy sets up a rival French government at Troyes

    1418 - Jean-sans-Peur gains control of Paris; the Dauphin Charles flees south of the Loire

    1419 - Assassination of Jean-sans-Peur at Montereau during a meeting with the Armagnacs; his successor, Philippe-le-Bon, allies himself with the English

    1420 - Treaty of Troyes, allowing Henry V to marry Catherine, daughter of King Charles VI, and become king of France upon the latter's death

    1422 - Death of Henry V and Charles VI, producing a disputed kingship between the infant Henry VI and the Dauphin Charles VII; John, Duke of Bedford, becomes Regent of France

    1422-1429 - English make slow gains in Northern France

    1424 (?), Midsummer - First hears her Voices

    1428, May - Goes to Vaucouleurs

    1428, July - Takes refuge at Neufchâteau; Domremy is raided

    Campaign against Vaucouleurs by Antoine and Jean du Vergny

    1428, October 12 - The English begin the siege of Orleans

    1429, Jan-Feb - Returns to Vaucouleurs

    1429, February - Visit to Nancy, meets with Charles II de Lorraine

    1429, Feb 12 - Battle of Rouvray ("Battle of the Herrings")

    1429, Feb 23 - Leaves for Chinon

    1429, Feb 24 - At St. Urbain

    1429, c. Feb 27 - At Auxerre

    1429, c. March 1 - At Gien

    1429, March 4-5 - At St. Catherine de Fierbois

    1429, March 6 - Arrives at Chinon

    1429, c. March 9 - Meets with Charles VII

    1429, early-March - March 21 - Examined by the theologians at Poitiers

    1429, March 22 - Dictates her first letter to the English

    1429, late March-April - At Tours and Blois

    1429, April 25 - Leaves for Orleans

    1429, April 28 - Arrives outside of Orleans; her army returns to Blois to gather reinforcements.

    1429, night of April 28-29 - Sleeps at Chéchy

    1429, April 29 - Slips into Orleans

    1429, April 30 - Consultation with the captains at Orleans; skirmish led by La Hire against the English in Saint Pouair; attempts by Jehanne to negotiate with the English

    1429, May 1 - Dunois and d'Aulon set out for Blois; more attempts by Jehanne to negotiate / trade insults with the English

    1429, May 2 - Inspects the English positions, hears Vespers at Orleans' cathedral

    1429, May 3 - Arrival of the French garrisons from Gien, Montargis, Château Reynard and Châteaudun

    1429, May 4 - Dunois returns to Orleans with a reinforced army and launches an assault on the English-held Bastille de Saint Loup; Jehanne shows up and evidently encourages the French to victory, capturing Saint Loup and opening the eastern road into Orleans

    1429, May 5 - Since this was Ascension Day, Jehanne declares a truce in honor of the holy day; orders the prostitutes to be expelled from the army's camp; agrees to the attack planned for the next day; writes another letter to the English

    1429, May 6 - French troops cross a pontoon bridge in preparation for an attack upon the Bastille de St. Jean le Blanc; the English fall back to the Bastille des Augustins. Jehanne and La Hire join the French troops at this point and lead them against the English, capturing Les Augustins. Jehanne steps on a caltrop and is wounded in the foot; that night she predicts a more serious wound to be suffered on the next day.

    1429, May 7 - The French assault the English-held Bastille des Tourelles from 7 in the morning until around 9 in the evening. Jehanne is wounded by an arrow between the shoulder and neck; eventually returns to the battle and encourages the troops to make a final assault in which Les Tourelles is finally taken.

    1429, May 8 - The English offer battle; Jehanne refuses to attack out of regard for the Sabbath. The English fall back to Meung.

    1429, May 10 - Travels from Orleans to Tours

    1429, May 10-11 - At Tours to meet with Charles VII; meanwhile, an army under Dunois, Poton de Saintraille and the Maréchal de Sainte-Sévère launches an unsuccessful attack on the English fortress of Jargeau

    1429, May 12-23 (?) - At Loches

    1429, May 24 - June 6 (?) - At Selles-en-Berri

    1429, June 6 - At Romorantin

    1429, June 9-10 - At Orleans

    1429, June 11-12 - Capture of Jargeau

    1429, June 13-14 - Back at Orleans

    1429, June 15 - At Meung-sur-Loire

    1429, June 16-17 - Capture of Beaugency

    1429, June 17 - Between Beaugency and Meung

    1429, June 18 - Battle of Patay

    1429, June 19-24 - At Orleans, Sully, St Benoit, and Châteauneuf

    1429, June 24-27 - At Gien

    1429, June 27-29 (?) - In camp

    1429, June 30 - Travels to Reims

    1429, July 1,2 or 3 - Near Auxerre

    1429, July 4 - At St Florentin

    1429, July 5 - At St Phal

    1429, July 5-11 - Near Troyes

    1429, July 5-12 (?) - Entry into Troyes

    1429, July 13-14 - At Bussy-Lettré

    1429, July 14-15 - At Chalons-sur-Marne

    1429, July 16 - At Sept-Saulx

    1429, July 16-21 - At Reims for the coronation; Charles VII is crowned on July 17

    1429, July 21 - At Cerbeuy

    1429, July 22 - At Vailly

    1429, July 23-38 - At Soissons

    1429, July 29 - At Château-Thierry

    1429, August 1 - At Montmirail-en-Brie

    1429, August 2-5 - At Provins

    1429, August 7 - At Coulommiers and Château-Thierry

    1429, August 10 - At La Ferté Milon

    1429, August 11 - At Crépy-en-Valois

    1429, August 12 - At Lagny-le-Sec

    1429, August 13 - At Dammartin and Thieux

    1429, August 14 - At Baron and Montepilloy

    1429, August 14-15 - Battle of Montepilloy

    1429, August 16-17 - At Crépy-en-Valois

    1429, August 18-23 - At Compiègne

    1429, August 26 - September 8 - At St. Denis and La Chapelle

    1429, September 8 - Attack on Paris; Jehanne is wounded in the thigh while trying to locate a spot for her troops to cross Paris' inner ditch.

    1429, September 9 - At La Chapelle and St. Denis

    1429, September 10 and 13 - At St. Denis

    1429, September 14-21 - At Lagny, Provins, Bray, Sens, Courtenay, Châteaurenard, Montargis, Gien

    1429, October - At Meung-sur-Yèvre and Bourges

    1429, October and early November - At St. Pierre-le-Moutier

    1429, November 9 - At Moulins

    1429, November 24 - Attack on La Charité-sur-Loire

    1429, early December - At Meung-sur-Yèvre

    1429, December 19 - At Orleans

    1429, December 25 (?) - At Jargeau ?

    1429, December 29 - Ennobled along with her family, given a coat of arms and surname "du Lys"

    1430, March 3-28 - At Sully

    1430, early April - At Lagny; battle of Lagny

    1430, April 17-23 - At Melun

    1430, late April - At Senlis, Compiègne, Berenglise, Ste Marguerite, Soissons, Crépy-en-Valois

    1430, May 14-15 - At Compiègne and Pont l'Evêque

    1430, May 18 (?) - At Soissons

    1430, May 19(?) - 22 - At Crépy-en-Valois

    1430, May 23 - At Compiègne; assault on Margny; Jehanne captured.

    1430, May 23-25 - At Clairoix

    1430, late May - July - Held prisoner at Beaulieu

    1430, mid-July - mid-November - At Beaurevoir

    1430, late November - At Arras, St Riquier, Drugy, and Le Crotoy

    1430, December - At St Valéry, Eu, Dieppe, and Rouen.

    1430, December 25 (?) - Held in a tower at Rouen, where she would stay until May 30

    1431, January 3 - Transferred to the custody of Bishop Cauchon

    1431, January 9 - Beginning of the 1st trial (Trial of Condemnation)

    1431, February 21 - First public session of the trial

    1431, March 10-17 - Closed sessions of testimony

    1431, March 27 - Libellus read

    1431, April 18 - Admonished to recant

    1431, May 19 - Reading of the University of Paris' condemnation

    1431, May 23 - Conclusion of the trial

    1431, May 24 - Taken to a platform and threatened with execution; recants and is given the sentence of life in prison

    1431, May 28 - Rejects her previous abjuration and accepts a death sentence.

    1431, May 29 - The assessors vote to turn her over to secular justice

    1431, May 30 – Execution (from what I found, 'In the middle of the morning').

    (As an aside comment, many of you may have heard that transits continue to impact the birth chart even after the native's death - so here they go.)


    Related events after her death -----------

    1435, Sept 21 - Treaty of Arras between Charles VII and Philippe-le-Bon de Burgundy, effectively dooming the English cause

    1436 - Paris surrenders to the French

    1448 - Rouen taken by the French

    1450 - English driven out of Normandy; the process of retrying Joan of Arc's case begins under the direction of Guillaume Bouillé

    1450, March 4 & 5 - Preliminary witness depositions are taken, beginning with the testimony of Guillaume Manchon, one of the notaries at the original trial.

    1452 - Joan of Arc's retrial process continues under Cardinal d'Estouteville and Inquisitor Jean Bréhal

    1452, May 2 & 3 - Five witnesses questioned.

    1452, May 8 - More testimony, with depositions from seventeen witnesses

    1453 - English driven out of Guyenne; most historians consider this to be the end of the "Hundred Years War"

    1455, June 11 - Pope Calixtus III authorizes Jehanne's mother, Isabelle, to open the suit

    1455, November 7 - The opening session of the retrial ("Trial of Rehabilitation"), held at Notre Dame in Paris

    1455, November through 1456, May - Witness testimony

    1456, May 14 - The witness testimony is concluded

    1456, May 30 - Hearings resumed

    1456, June 2 - As no further evidence was submitted, the existing body of testimony was accepted into the record.

    1456, June 5 - The counsel for the plaintiffs, Guillaume Prévosteau, submitted his documents to the tribunal

    1456, June 10 - Final session during which all the various documents were collected.

    1456, June 18 - The plaintiffs, in the form of Jehanne's brother Jean Darc, the family's lawyer, and the Promoter for the case, pay a visit to the commissioners, expressing the wish that the latter would speed up their final deliberations

    1456, June 24 - Final call for any objections, with presentation of final evidence against Jehanne set for July 1

    1456, July 1 - No one showed up.

    1456, July 2 - The plaintiffs formally ask the judges to annul the original verdict and declare Jehanne innocent.

    1456, July 7, beginning at the hour of 8 am - Public announcement of the judgment of the court, in which the original verdict is thrown out and Joan of Arc is declared innocent.


    Related events in our own era -------

    1903, February - Formal proposal for canonization

    1904, January - Pope Pius X awards her the title of "Venerable"

    1909, April 11 - Beatification

    1920, May 16 - Canonized as a saint by Pope Benedict XV

    Link to Wikipedia biography

    Link to Astrodienst discussion forum

    Relationships

    • associate relationship with Rais, Gilles de (born 10 September 1405 (greg.))
    • role played of/by Bernon, Bleuette (born 6 June 1878). Notes: Bernon played Joan in 1899 silent film, "Jeanne d'Arc
    • role played of/by Genevois, Simone (born 13 February 1912). Notes: Genevois played Joan in 1929 film, "La Merveilleuse Vie de Jeanne d'Arc"

    Events

    • Relationship : Meet a significant person January 1429 (Attempted audience again with Dauphin)
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    • Work : Gain social status 27 April 1429 (greg.) (Led troops to Orleans)
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    • Work : Great Achievement 18 June 1429 (greg.) (Victory at Orleans)
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    • Work : Gain social status 17 July 1429 (greg.) (Crowning of King Charles)
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    • Work : New Job 8 September 1429 (greg.) (Attacked Paris)
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    • Social : Great Publicity December 1429 (King enobled her and her family)
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    • Crime : Arrest 23 May 1430 (greg.) (Captured by the Bergundians)
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    • Crime : Trial dates 13 January 1431 (greg.) (Trial began)
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    • Death by Execution 30 May 1431 (greg.) (Burned at the stake, age 18)
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    Source Notes

    B.R. in hand, Steinbrecher, giving January 6, 1412. The day correction of OS to NS is plus nine days. As France was on the Annunciation calendar, this is properly 1412/13 OS. The OS year 1413 started on March 25th, but by NS reckoning, it was already 1413 in January. A note from the Mayor accompanied the B.R. that "her hour is not exactly known; it is said she was born at the hour when roosters sang, sunrise." Steinbrecher gives 7:50 AM LMT.

    Eshelman quotes Percival de Boulainvilliers, who interviewed her for Charles VII and said the Maid was born at local sunset January 6, 1412 OS. Roscoe Hope in AA 12/1978 wrote "An actual record of her birth is available according to the Rev. Denis in his biography, 1919, and is confirmed by the great French writer Js. Deteil." Luc de Marre in Astrale Warte quotes church and family documents for "one hour after sunset." As sunset is 4:30 PM LMT, LMR rectifies to 5:00 PM LMT by a consideration of the chart angles during events.

    (Prior times given included 2:00 AM from Sepharial in NN No.845 and 11:24 PM from Fagan in AA 5/1966, both spec. PC gives 4:17 PM. Blackwell gave 17:11:15 UT. All were based on January 6, 1412 OS without considering the Annunciation calendar.)

    Cura website gives a good example of a historical treatment of Joan's birth (from http://members.aol.com/hywwebsite/private/joanofarc.html), which edited to include footnotes:

    "On the night of the Feast of the Epiphany (January 6th) at the end of the medieval Christmas season, in the year 1412 during the final waning period of relative peace secured by the Truce of Leulinghen, a baby was born to Jacques Darc and his wife Isabelle in the village of Domrémy. Her date of birth comes to us from a letter sent by Perceval de Boulainvilliers to the Duke of Milan on July 21, 1429. The relevant passage reads: "During the night of the Epiphany of Our Lord, when the nations are wont most joyfully to recall the acts of Christ, she entered upon mortal life, and all the people of that place were wondrously moved by a great rejoicing, and though ignorant of the birth of the Maid, they rushed hither and thither in search of what might be the new event.

    "She was christened Jehanne ("Joan"), after her godmothers Jehanne Royer, Jehanne de Viteau, and Jehanne "the wife of Mayor Aubéry". Lord Perceval de Boulainvilliers later claimed that the roosters of the village, "like heralds of a new joy", hailed her birth by crowing long before dawn, allegedly to announce (as some later believed) a different type of dawn. (This is one of the more questionable elements found in Perceval de Boulainvilliers' letter to the Duke of Milan; but since this letter has given us a precise date of birth and is therefore considered important by historians, and since the story about the roosters has become part of the legend, I have cited it here without further comment. The full sentence reads: "Moreover, the roosters, as heralds of a new joy, against their wont, burst forth in songs not heard before, and with flapping wings for more than two hours appeared to foretell the coming of a new thing." For this quote, and the entire letter from which it is taken, see Paine's "Joan of Arc: Maid of France", Vol. I, p. 353 [the letter runs from p. 352 – 358)

    "Her childhood was spent among the forests and strawberry-covered fields of the Meuse river valley, far from the northern regions where the political situation had become increasingly troubled. The throne at that time was occupied by Charles VI de Valois (aka Charles "the Mad"), whose frequent delusional periods rendered him unfit to govern. The monarchy had therefore been placed in the hands of several members of the Royal family (the Dukes of Orléans, Burgundy [Bourgogne], Berri, and Bourbon, plus Queen Isabel), and this warm extended family had become embroiled in an ugly civil war after Duke Louis of Orléans was assassinated on the orders of his cousin Duke Jean-sans-Peur de Burgundy in 1407. France would henceforth be divided between the Orléanist (or Armagnac) faction and their Burgundian rivals. In May 1413, when Jehanne was still a baby, the conflict produced the Cabochien Revolt in Paris. For several weeks the city was subjected to a violent uprising engineered by the Duke of Burgundy, led by a butcher named Simon Caboche, and egged on by a young clergyman and Burgundian partisan named Pierre Cauchon, whom Jehanne would later meet during a less pleasant period of her life."

    Heinz Thomas, German historian, gave 5 January 1411 in a large biography titled "Jungfrau and Tochter Gottes" in 2000. (And other historians: 1410 or 1412).

    But she could be born rather in January 1410 (P.de Jabrun). Rectified time: 16:30.

     

     

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