Urandir leads Dakila Expedition Surveys to France

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Urandir Oliveira carried out an expedition with other researchers from Dakila Pesquisa in some locations in France. The purpose of the expedition was to gather information about the famous Joana D´arc.

For this, the group traveled through much of France, visiting from Domrémy-la-Pucelle, the birthplace of Joan on January 6, 1412, to the city of Rouem, where she was supposedly burned alive on May 30, 1431 at just 19 years old.

Descended from modest peasants, she was a French martyr canonized by the Catholic Church in 1920, almost five centuries after her supposed death.

The research had a special character for the Dakila Research Team, as there was indisputable evidence that Joana D´arc was talking to “Angels of God”, who in reality would be extraterrestrial beings who passed on important information.

Because of these contacts, she was persecuted by the Church and considered for many centuries to be a heretical witch. Strangely, after centuries of defamation, the church that persecuted her ended up canonizing her as a martyr and saint.

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