Joan of Arc was a messenger for God. Her unyielding convictions fueled her mission to overcome insurmountable odds to lead an army into battle to defend her country as a young maiden. Channeling her saints and Michael the Archangel, she was told to always wear her armor and she did -even while she slept. Not just her actual armor however; they also meant her spiritual armor, otherwise known as Tools for Protection.
Angus on the Other Side tells us we need to protect ourselves on a psychic or spiritual level, morning, noon and night. What do we need protection from? Old fears, negativity in life, and people with bad intent who send us negativity we pick up on a psychic level.
These are the reasons we get sick. The Other Side tells us every disease is an entrance to the body left unguarded. These are also the reasons we can be manipulated, depressed, worried or afraid. It all stems from allowing negativity to affect us.
To protect yourself, ask God for and visualize wearing: Joan of Arc’s impenetrable armor, carrying Mother God’s sword to cut away at darkness, and Father God’s shield to protect yourself from negativity. Ask God to surround you with the White Light of the Holy Spirit which is God’s love. See it around you like a perimeter of light which no darkness can enter. Ask Michael the Archangel to walk with you and for Joan to be at your side. As a messenger from the Other Side, she wants you to call on her. She will stand with you, helping you have courage through your personal life battles.
What made Joan of Arc’s spiritual armor so strong was her beliefs. The more belief and energy you put into your spiritual armor: the stronger it becomes, the stronger your bond with your Angels and Messengers like Joan becomes, and the more protected you will be!
Angus on the Other Side teaches that every time you see Joan of Arc’s Armor image, it registers in your subconscious mind, like a physical affirmation of your spiritual armor, as well as a visual reminder of Joan's example to help you in your life.
This is why I create this art and Vera relays spiritual information from Angus. From our heart to yours, we pray you remember to call on the Messengers for help on your life path.
💙Christina and Vera💜
Joan of Arc, In Honor of the Maid
Prints are 9" x 12" image on 11" x 14" white cardstock paper. Color canvases are stretched over a wood frame with a 1 and 1/2 inch gallery wrap.