It’s been 9 months since the last show. And it’s not Covid’s fault. Or is it?
In this episode, you’ll discover what happened last August that brought the show to a screeching halt, why Janet is proud to embrace the once-terrifying label “witch,” and who Joan of Arc—the greatest witch of all time—might have been.
Listen as Janet and Perdita Finn discuss:
- what happened in quarantine when Janet began to listen—really listen—to her body
- why the podcast has been silent for 9 months
- what happened when Janet received a wild endorsement from Rabbi Tirzah Firestone
- why Janet had to fire her agent
- what happened when Perdita told Janet to watch Groundhog Day and name her “puddle”
- mysterious connections between Joan of Arc who was murdered in 1431, Clark Strand’s apparition in 2011, and Janet’s revelation last August
- why Joan of Arc’s name isn’t correct
- clues to some of the mysteries that swirl around Joan
- how Perdita fell in love with Joan
- what the court transcriptionist wrote in the margin about Joan
- Joan’s purpose today in raising an army of the dead and of the living
- how you can meet Joan and explore her mysteries with Perdita and Janet
Perdita Finn has been working with the dead intimately for over two decades. She is the co-author with Suzan Saxman of The Reluctant Psychic (St. Martin’s, 2015) to whom she owes a debt of gratitude for helping her reclaim her own intuitive powers.
She and her husband, Clark Strand, are the founders of The Way of the Rose, an international community of friends devoted to the Lady “by any name you want to call Her” as well as the authors of The Way of the Rose: The Radical Path of the Divine Feminine Hidden in the Rosary (Spiegel & Grau, 2019.)
Perdita began her career as a high school English teacher and trained teachers in curriculum development at Columbia University. Creating accessible and empowering learning adventures for people of all ages and inclinations has been her life’s work. She is the author of the forthcoming Take Back the Magic: Getting to Know the Dead.
Places to go, things to read, and events to join:
The 15 Mysteries of Joan of Arc prayer intensive with Perdita Finn and Janet Conner—live May 16, 23, 30 and available this summer in an on-demand recorded version
The Return of the Witches Jeanne d’Arc Listening Pilgrimage
The Way of the Rose book
The Way of the Rose Facebook group
The Way of the Rose website
The Cult of the Black Virgin by Ean Begg