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What’s up readers, fans, and followers? Today is Thursday, October 21, 2021. It’s a beautiful sunny and 64 degree day out here, and I hope you’re all having a wonderful day.

✡ There’s a connection between trees, days of the week, and deities. Thursday is associated with oak and pine and the Lord.

🩺🩸 On Tuesday October 19th, the former Pennsylvania Health Secretary, Dr. Rachael Levine, was sworn in as Admiral of the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps. In her new role, she’ll be responsible for overseeing a group that responds to emergencies and provides medical assistance after hurricanes.

https://www.wpxi.com/news/top-stories/former-pennsylvania-health-secretary-has-new-role-new-rank/YJ3SWP7CX5GTBKIRG2NHJT2PIM/

💪🦵 There are good and bad ways to loose weight, and some of us would like loose weight and tone up areas of our body that are often overlooked. How about those upper thighs? I know because I’m one of them. I think I have nice legs that grow evenly and look defined when I train legs properly, however, I can’t seem to get rid of the loose skin and cellulite on the upper portions of my thighs. I just came across an article that gives us tips for targeting that area specifically. Check out the link below.

📘 Look out Hobbes and Rousseau! The men who bestowed to humanity a conventional account of human social history are now being challenged. Before dying on September 2, 2020 at the age of 59, genius, David Graeber left humanity one final gift. His book titled The Dawn of Everything, offers a different perspective of the last 30,000 years.

https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2021/11/graeber-wengrow-dawn-of-everything-history-humanity/620177/

⚓🚢 On Saturday, October 16th, amateur divers hit the jackpot! Off the coast of Israel on the floor of the Mediterranean Sea divers found some artifacts including stone anchors, pottery, and a sword. Everything found was rare, but the sword turned out to be “priceless.” It was a 4-pound sword, 4-feet long, and made of iron. Extremely rare, this 900-years-old was used during the Third Crusade when European Monarchs tried to reclaim Jerusalem after its fall to the Muslims.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2021/10/19/sword-used-during-third-crusade-found-israel-coast/8520112002/

Okay my friends, thank you for checking out this edition of Nooz Now. Enjoy the remainder of this beautiful day and the rest of your week.

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Smorgasbord 2 Catch Up and Relish is going through publication right now-as we speak. Look for Smorgasbord 2 Catch Up and Relish in stores sometime in January 2022.

Smorgasbord 3 The Final Platter is in the works!

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National UFO Reporting Center

The NUFORC logged 90 reports for the month of September, that’s 139 less than the month of August.

Of the 90 reports last month, 11 came from the state of Pennsylvania.

On September 4th at 10:30 PM, someone in Pittsburgh saw five orange objects moving in the sky at a high altitude. They were moving from south to southwest to north and then to northeast-clockwise in a circular motion. All the objects were traveling at the same speed, but remained totally silent. The witness said this went on for two minutes and it was definitely not an aircraft.

Also on the 4th, someone in Jacksonville, Florida reported seeing a translucent v-shaped craft flying at a normal altitude with absolutely no sound. This person also said when the craft was just about out of sight he saw a flash of light shoot across the sky.

Hello Friends, What Are Those 3 Stars?

I’ve felt really distant from my blog lately, and so I wanted to say hello and give all my readers and friends a warm welcome. Speaking of warm, we’ve had quite an “Indian Summer.” I’m kind of kicking myself in the ass for taking my air conditioner out of the window, but I thought October 1st was a reasonable date considering how cold the nights have been.

I don’t know how many of you keep up with basketball, but I read yesterday Kyrie Irving of the Brooklyn Nets has walked way from the NBA and a boat load of cash. Irving refused to get vaccinated, and basically that’s what it all came down to. Get vaccinated and play, or refuse and don’t. I have a lot of respect for Irving after making this decision because here’s a man who walked from fame, money, the NBA-all of it, for what he believed in. He has a higher purpose in life and he knows it. Good luck Kyrie Irving.

Monday the 11th was Columbus Day, and I was taught in school that Christopher Columbus discovered America. When I got older I realized there was a great possibility he didn’t, and the evidence was overwhelming. I have a book in my personal collection that claims America was discovered at least a half a century before Columbus even stepped foot on the continent. The things we learned in history class in school were all taught from a book, and as time goes on people research and challenge those historical topics, but I must be honest, it seems like once something is accepted into the text book, it’s often difficult to have that content changed.

If you haven’t had a chance to check out our Nooz Buffet merchandise page, do it! I brag about the coffee mugs all the time because they’re that awesome. I bought everyone Nooz Buffet coffee mugs for Christmas last year. You’ll also find T-shirts and some other cool stuff there.

Did anyone look up at the sky last night?

That bright ball of light is the Moon, but if you look closely, you can see two small white stars above and diagonal from the moon. There’s a third star but it’s faint. This picture was taken with my cell phone camera. The brighter of the two stars is on the left. If you look closely below that star about 3/4 of an inch and a little to the left, you’ll see the third star.

I have no idea what these three stars are, but I would love to know.

Alright everyone, it nice to have some time to blog again. I hope everyone is doing well and enjoying this wonderful October!

September Sightings

NUFORC, the National UFO Reporting Center, logged twenty-one reported sightings for the month of September-and there are eleven days left.

Five of those sightings were reported in Pennsylvania towns; Sinking Spring, Chester, Pittsburgh, Dover, and Hanover.

Sinking Spring and Chester are forty-minutes apart, and both towns had similar reported sightings on the evening of the 5th. At 10:00 PM, someone letting their dog out reported seeing two fire-like orbs circling in the sky. Forty-seven minutes later, in a town forty minutes away, someone sitting outside their home also reported fire-like objects in the sky.

Two reports made within forty-seven minutes of each other, in the same state, from towns forty minutes apart is what makes this unique. On top of that, they both saw fireball-like objects.

On the 4th in Pittsburgh, someone reported seeing five orange objects in the sky at approximately 11:30 PM. They were spherical in shape. Again, similar.

I blogged last year about Pennsylvania becoming a hotbed for UFO sightings, and that continues to be true.

UFOs-The Most Recent Sighting

Mifflinburg, a borough in Union County, Pennsylvania was the most recent location for a UFO sighting early this month.

According to the National Unidentified Flying Object Reporting Center (NUFORC), a triangular shaped object was spotted in the sky on August 19, 2021, by an unnamed source traveling on Forest Hill Road towards Route 192.

The craft had flashing lights, mostly green and white, in all three corners. It was traveling at a slow speed and at a low altitude.

The source continued driving and eventually, lost site of the craft.

The number of reports has been increasing over the past several years in the state of Pennsylvania.

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Beating Mercury Retrograde

Weirdness, computer glitches, technological malfunctions, maybe a slip of the tongue and communications get screwed up; they blame on Mercury’s retrograde. When Mercury’s in retrograde I don’t think it’s actually going in reverse, lol, it just appears that way to stars and other objects set in the sky’s background.

It’s like those rims people put on cars and trucks that keep spinning when the vehicle comes to a complete stop.

I was looking over my contract today for Smorgasbord 2, and for the hell of it, I said let me look and see if Mercury is retrograde because they say you shouldn’t sign contracts or negotiate any deals during the retrograde period, and sure enough, it is.

Decisions Decisions.

Mercury has been in retrograde since May 29th, and it ends on June 22nd.

I said to myself, “ooh maybe I should wait.” And what made it even more tempting was the date of 6/23. I believe 11 or 1111 to be a very special door that signifies, go ahead you have the green light!!! (6+2+3=11)

The issue was I didn’t want to wait until the 23rd to sign the contract because I’m a little impatient, especially when it comes to getting my writing on the shelf.

I had a plan B. I have this thing with using multiples of 6 when a date or something starts with 6. I just think its good luck to keep 3, 6, and 9 together in some way if you can.

So I said, “Let me sign the contract today, and I’ll date it for the 18th. Well, I’m glad I did because check this out:

6/18/2021

(6+18)=24 (20+21)=41

24+41=65

6+5=11

The lesson here is that the almighty, all-powerful, super-spiritually charged 11 is the door way or the shining light during an otherwise dark and dysfunctional retrograde period.

Have a good night and a blessed day tomorrow.

I 💙u.

120 Degrees

If you’re into astrology then I’m sure you’re familiar with the fact that planets have relationships. If you look at a birth chart (circle/wheel shape) you’ll see a little chart somewhere, usually in one of the corners, that reveals and describes those relationships. We call them aspects, and there are ten different aspects.

The most favorable aspect is the trine. The trine is a 120 deg. aspect between three planets (they form a triangle), and it’s said to be of pure luck. If you have one or more trines in your birth chart, then you should have some fantastic gifts coming your way at some point in your life.

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Like I said, the trine is the most fortunate of all aspects, and what makes it different than a sextile (60 deg.), which is also favorable, is there’s no effort required from you. With a trine, it’s like someone just cooked up your favorite dish and served it to you. You didn’t have to pay for it. You didn’t have to work for it. You probably didn’t even have to leave your bed!

There are so many astrology websites on the internet that offer free birth chart readings. All you need is your birth date (month, day, year), and the time and place of your birth. Try it out, and see if you have any trines. Fun!!

Cardinal-We’re Officially In a Wormhole Now

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In the Roman Catholic Church there’s a hierarchy, and the most senior members of the clergy are the Cardinals-second only to the Pope himself. It is the responsibility of the Cardinals to elect a new Pope when the Holy See is vacant-be it by death or resignation of the Pope.

Here we are, once again analyzing the meaning of the Cardinal in a different context. And as you can see, the word stays true to its Latin root-something of importance. In the world of the Catholic Church, I’d say the Cardinal is a pretty important figure. Like the bird, they also wear the colors red and black.

Four days ago we slid into this wormhole, but I didn’t anticipate a wormhole then. There’s a window behind my toilet, and I got out of bed Monday morning to use the bathroom. That’s when I was looking out of the window and saw the bird. I thought it would be a good idea to write about the bird, and all of a sudden this topic shot out in a hundred directions, and took on a life of its own. It’s now four days later, and I’m still writing about Cardinals.

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If you read my post “Cardinal Quality,” you probably noticed the image of the cross. When I added that picture to the article, I knew the image obviously carried religious significance, but I was really posting it because the cardinal directions. If you look at a map or a compass, there’s usually a cross in the center of north, south, east, and west to assist in the locations of such directions. Isn’t funny though how that image of the cross would fit well in this post as well?

I also said, “This is all high level thinking,” and what I was referring to was someone had to take the time and apply “Cardinal” in all these different yet similar uses. There is a common thread here. It obviously started with the bird, but what made someone use the term cardinal as a quality for astrological signs representing the solstices and the equinoxes?

Personally speaking, February has been an important month for me. My birthday just passed, and a day later, the book I wrote became available for purchase. From a spiritually symbolic standpoint, the bird showed up at an important time so I buy into the meaning behind its symbolism.

But…

Where are we going with all this? Is there a way out of this wormhole? Can we come up with a conclusion from making these connections?

🤣I don’t know where we’re going because like I said, I didn’t anticipate a wormhole. I wanted to just write about the bird I saw. I think there’s a way out of this wormhole, but shits about to get real wormy. I think the way out is going in the opposite direction-lets think about what “cardinal” is not. Cardinal is not ordinal. In math, cardinal numbers are natural. 1, 2, 3, etc. (Natural also meaning from nature/god)

SET is the Egyptian God of Chaos, but don’t worry. There won’t be any chaos because in SET theory, we have order-as in ordinal numbers. Ordinal numbers, unlike cardinal number, are not natural. They are used to describe a way to arrange objects or describe place. For example, first or 1st, second or 2nd, third or 3rd etc. As the saying goes without order there’s chaos. (God will get angry if we’re not in order?)🤪 There’s a conflict here-I just noticed (and this is why I didn’t want to go here)

Okay, so if ordinal numbers are not cardinal then they’re also not natural. God might get upset if we’re not being good or “in order,” but it’s human nature to do what comes natural and being ordinal isn’t natural. Are we being controlled with the threat of God?

So, our way out of this wormhole is to revert back to religion and put everything in Gods hands.

You’re first, I’m second, and she’s third. SETS happy, there’s no chaos, and we live on.

Have a wonderful night! 🤣🤣

Cardinal Quality

If you’ve been keeping up with the posts here on NB, you probably recall the post “Cardinalis” written a day or two ago. Cardinal comes from the Latin word meaning important, and we learned a little something about the importance of the red bird.

People from all over the world associated with many different cultures, religions, and spiritual practices have different interpretations of a cardinal when it’s spotted, but there’s one thing that cannot be changed or interpreted-the root.

Today, we’ll look at cardinal in a different context. Today, we’ll let the bird go, and turn our attention to the word.

The bird bird bird, the bird’s the word…lol! Just kidding.

Okay, astrologically speaking, the term cardinal is a quality, and it represents a quadruplicity of signs. There are 12 astrological signs, and 4 of them are cardinal. 4 are fixed, and 4 are mutable, but because of the bird, we’re going to focus on cardinal-the astrological quality.

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Just to rehash, cardinal comes from the Latin word cardinalis, pertaining to a hinge; applied to that on which something turns or depends. It’s strange how all this stuff ties together, but check this out; Aries, Cancer, Libra, and Capricorn are the astrological signs that are cardinal, and yes, they’re of great importance. In the northern hemisphere, the sun passes through Aries at the spring equinox, Cancer at the summer solstice, Libra at the time of the autumn equinox, and Capricorn when the winter solstice has arrived.

Applied to that which something turns or depends? Yup! It’s the turning of the seasons, and our calendar system, and means for keeping track of real time depends on the location of these celestial markers…

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Symbolism, the human subconscious, deeper meaning-this is all high level thinking, but if we keep connecting dots and pulling at strings, perhaps, someday, all the secrets of the universe will unravel and reveal a complete picture.