A Chosen Generation

One time, I was working in a food store, putting frozen food in the freezer when I noticed a priest walking down the aisle towards me.

Me: “Excuse me, Father.”

Priest: “Yes?”

Me: “Do you believe in Jesus?”

Priest: “Absolutely.”

Me: “Do you believe in the miracles he performed, that he was crucified and died on the cross, that he rose again three days later, and that his resurrection was a return back to life from the dead?”

Priest: “Yes, I do.”

Me: “I do too. Can I ask you something else?”

Priest: “Sure.”

Me: “Do you believe in reincarnation?”

Priest: “Well, I don’t know. Do you?”

Me: “I do.”

I think I wrote about that conversation on here a while ago, and it was because I couldn’t believe the Priest’s answer when I asked him if he personally believed in reincarnation.

If you believe in Jesus, and he’s the central figure of your religion whose greatest victory was conquering death by resurrecting, how could you not believe or have any doubts about reincarnation?

I’ve done some serious and time-consuming studying on reincarnation, and most of that information I presented in Smorgasbord 2, Smorgasbord 3, and here on Nooz Buffet, but some people think I’m crazy for believing in it.

There are lots of people who will never even mention reincarnation in public because they’re in fear of the back-lash and ridicule that’s sure to follow.

I, however, will continue studying reincarnation, I’ll continue presenting my findings, and I’ll continue asking God to show me the truth.

If you’re doing the same thing, or starting to feel the urge to go in that direction with your current studies, let me turn your attention to the First Epistle of Peter, Chapter 2 verse 6.

Therefore, it is also contained in the scripture, “Behold, I lay in Zion a chief cornerstone, elect, precious, and he who believes on Him will by no means be put to shame.”

Some people don’t need the reassurance of the Good Book, but it’s always there if you need it.

Personally, I believe we’re all here for a reason, part of which is to seek our connection to our personal source and remember.

The system we live in is intentionally designed to prevent you from remembering. We’re bombarded with false information right from the start. Like cattle, it’s school, graduation, career, and having children and starting a family.

There’s no time for contemplation, spiritual pursuits, or “finding yourself”.

If you take the time to do that, what do people say?

They say, “Oh, he went off the deep end. Oh, he’s lost. Oh, he’s into some coombaya shit.”

You get ridiculed, people say you’re crazy, and they distance themselves from you.

But it says right in the Bible that we are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, His own special people, and that we were called out of darkness and into His marvelous light. It says we are now a people of God, who once weren’t, and we’ve now obtained mercy that we were once without.

You see, I really believe we lived before. I believe we all did. I believe remembering is now possible, but we must pursue that knowledge and wisdom personally. I believe we lived before but have no recollection because we were in darkness. We weren’t supposed to know, but now, it’s time.

It’s time to remember.

Who’s The Asshole

Here’s a typical situation of what I encounter on a daily basis.

I go to Dunkin and ask for a medium coffee with cream and double sugar.

The woman behind the counter asks me if I want 6 sugars. Now, I just told her what I wanted, so it baffles me when she responds with a question.

I want double sugar, cream with double sugar.

So I asked her, “How many sugars do you normally put in a medium coffee?”

We put 3 she says.

Okay then, yeah, I guess double would be 6 then.

She looks at me like I’m an asshole, but I’m looking at her like she’s a stupid asshole because I don’t work there, and I obviously have no clue how many sugars you normally put in a medium coffee.

If you work at Dunkin and you know a medium coffee gets 3 sugars, and a customer asks for double sugar, only you know you’re putting 6 in, so why would you ask the customer?

You just forced me to say, “Yes, I want six,” and you didn’t even realize how you’re trying to control people with word play.

I understand people better than they understand themselves, and it’s painfully frustrating sometimes.

Normally, I wouldn’t respond. I would just walk away, but I wanted my coffee.

Hidden in Plain View

There are a few things I wanted to mention in this short but sweet post to recap and share what I’ve come across in the last several days.

The Stations of the Cross; as mentioned in a previous post, there are 14 Stations of the Cross that can be found in most churches of Western Christian, Roman Catholic, Angelican, Lutheran, and Methodist faith. They represent the route taken by Christ from the site of his judgment to the site of his crucifixion.

What we found in the First Station were the colors representing the four stages of the alchemical process; the Ethiopian boy, the color of the plate or bowl he was holding, the gryphon, and the color of Pontius Pilate’s hair.

Next, we discovered hidden symbolism representing Ganymede/ Aquarius as the Cup Holder or Water Bearer as he held the bowl of water that Piolate would wash his hands with.

This, in my opinion, is a tremendous discovery as it links the crucifixion of Jesus to the alchemical process of turning lead to gold (which could, in itself, be a symbolic representation of purification), and because it also magnifies the importance of the role of Aquarius. With so much going on at that time, with the judgment and condemnation of Jesus, you would have to consider anything placed within that imagery to be of some great importance.

Switching gears; Jupiter Icy Moon Explorer, aka JUICE, is an interplanetary spacecraft that was launched on April 14, 2023, by the ESA. The plan for this mission is to study the three Galilean Moons of Jupiter, Ganymede, Callisto, and Europa.

April 14th is approximately the exact time we discovered Pluto on the doorstep of Aquarius. With Pluto looping in and out of retrogrades over the next year before finally going direct to begin a 20-year transit through the astrological sign Aquarius, I find this mission’s timing and overall plan fascinating and precisely the type of thing we can expect to see over the next 20 years.

Aquarius is the zodiac’s sign that represents the future and space, but even more, this mission involves two key characters from the Aquarius origin story, Jupiter/Zeus and Ganymede/Aquarius. I didn’t have a chance to meditate and contemplate on it yet, but for a brief moment last night, I thought to myself, is the origin story about Ganymede, Aquarius, and Zeus a story with hidden meaning that’s actually in some way explaining how Jupiter captured its Moon Ganymede within its orbit?

Alright, my friends, enjoy your moon-day! 🤣🤣

Pluto Readies for 20 Years in Aquarius

It has been called a dwarf planet, a minor planet, and everything else making him seem insignificant and powerless, but please, don’t sleep on the power of Pluto.

I mean, people c’mon! We’re talking about plutonium here.

So, just the other day, we found Pluto on the “zero point” of Aquarius in between houses six and seven, and honestly, I’m glad I wrote that Moon Scope post when I did because I don’t know if I would’ve caught Pluto in that special position otherwise.

I feel like that post was another example of great timing. We were in the right place at the right time, and the reward was a reminder from the Universe that Pluto was at the start of a 20-year stay in the sign of the Water Bearer.

Pluto’s entry into Aquarius actually began last month on the 23rd of March. This is only a short visit, though, lasting until June 11th. After the 11th, Pluto will go retrograde and spend almost the next eight months back in Capricorn.

On January 20, 2024, Pluto will return to Aquarius once again, this time staying for almost eight months until September 1, 2024. After the 1st, Pluto will go retrograde for the second time and remain in Capricorn until November 19, 2024.

Ladies and gentlemen, that will be it. When Pluto returns to Aquarius around the 19th of November in 2024, its transit will have officially begun, and it will not end until March 8, 2043!

I like to think of these retrogrades as Pluto digging in and settling himself down for the long journey ahead. He’s coming from Capricorn, but he makes these series loops to go back and resolve any unfinished business before finally going direct.

Now, believe me, I’m not making this transit personal, but I’m an Aquarian and I know there’s a lot of us out here who are thinking about how their lives are going to be affected by Pluto’s visitation over the next 20 years. I’m 43-years-old, which means by the time Pluto is ready to move on to Pisces, I’ll be 63!

In addition, I wonder what Pluto will do to the sign itself. How will Pluto modify Aquarius, and what truths will he force to the surface? What will come to an end, die, rise again, and ultimately, in what condition will the 11th sign of the zodiac be left in when Pluto finally goes direct in 2043?

Like I said though, I’m not making this personal. It’s always interesting whenever an outer planet moves into a new sign because he or she is there for a very long time. And what about when a sign’s ruling planet finally comes home? That’s exciting! I know all the Pisceans were loving it when Neptune came home.

The truth here, however, is that this transit will effect everyone on a personal level and a generational level, so let’s talk about Pluto.

I should start this by telling you something special is happening. Since Pluto’s discovery in 1930, his recent transit through Capricorn, this upcoming one through Aquarius, and the future one through Pisces will all be a first. That means we’re all witnessing and experiencing something for the very first time. We’re all going through this together.

Since this is Pluto’s first transit through Aquarius, there’s no information to look back on, nothing to compare the current time to, and nothing to foreshadow what possibly lies ahead.

It’s an amazing time to be alive.

Pluto takes on a number of roles, and he has quite a few keywords associated with him. Pluto brings to light things hidden in the depths of your subconscious, he releases dormant forces, and he causes suppressed energy to erupt. Wherever you find Pluto in your chart, you can be sure that area will be one of significant activity, change, and transformation. Pluto signifies death and rebirth. It’s the planet of destruction and annihilation that leads to transformation.

Pluto has been called the eliminator because he wipes the slate clean.

The negative side of Pluto, like I’ve mentioned before, shows us protests, demonstrations, mob violence, wars, bombings, terrorism, and murder. We’re talking about tremendous energy that has the power to create and destroy.

Pluto can show us the best and worst of things, and while being known as the eliminator, he’s also known as the zodiac’s detective.

Pluto likes to dig for truth. He likes to penetrate the surface and get to the root of the issue. When he has what he needs, he holds it up for the entire world to see despite however good or bad it may be. What we must understand about Pluto is that he wants so bad to regenerate and transform, and nothing will prevent him from doing so. Death, destruction, and bringing matters to an end are how he goes about it. This is an inevitable and uncontrollable force that brings about change and a fresh start for the better.

It’s out with the old and in with the new, and Pluto doesn’t care about hurting feelings. His job is to remove whatever is slowing is down or preventing progress and keep us moving forward. If it’s outdated, no longer working, broke, dying, or slowing us down, it must go.

So, what does all this mean for Aquarius?

Did you know Russia, Moscow, Ethiopia, Sweden, and Buenos Aires are all under the rulership of Aquarius? Yup, that’s true. It’s going to be interesting to see what develops between Russia and the Ukraine. The war, fighting, and all conflict will probably cease by 2043, and if it does, we’ll see a brand-new start either way for the better.

Aquarius himself is the sign of the future. He’s a visionary who refuses to follow the crowd. He’s an open-minded, rational seeker of knowledge. Aquarius must be independent and self-sufficient to do his best work. Aquarians are humanitarians, who believe it or not, care deeply about the world. They’re helpful, honest, and altruistic.

Aquarius is the astrological signs of hopes and wishes and the future.

If we’re not getting all of this out of our water bearer, Pluto will remove any blockages. The potential, skills, and ability of Aquarius will be released because of Pluto’s transit. If Aquarius is trapped, Pluto will release him and give him the fresh start he needs.

The next 20 years will be exciting, that’s for sure.

Updates, Current Project

Smorgasbord A Collection of Thoughts Experiences and Stories was the first book I wrote, and Smorgasbord 2 Catch Up and Relish was the second. Both were self-published, and both are available for purchase.

Smorgasbord 3 Prophecy and Poverty is the third and final book of the Smorgasbord series. Ironically, it still sits in my possession as a complete manuscript because I haven’t had the money to publish it yet.

I’m working very hard to get that done, but I do feel like things happen for a reason. When I am ready to move forward with the publication of that book, I’m sure the timing will be perfect.

My fourth book, which for now, I’m calling Book 4 because I haven’t decided on a title yet, is going to be something completely different. Book four is going to be a contribution to astrology, and I think this body of work will be well received, spark extensive conversation, and ultimately, provide people with a deeper connection to their personal astrological alignments.

It’s my belief that we can take our personal astrology to another level by understanding the mythology, folklore, and religious and scientific connections left unmentioned.

Baby Make Your Move

I feel like God was taunting me this morning when that old club song started playing on my YouTube mix; Baby Make Your Move, Step Across the Line!

This is about the Virgo/Pisces polarity, which is also the 6th and 12th House, and I’m finally becoming aware of this polarity.

The 12th House is ruled by Pisces, and Pisces by Neptune. The polar opposite of Pisces (water) is Virgo (earth). The 6th House is ruled by Virgo, and Virgo by Mercury.

Virgo is home in the 6th House, and the 6th House is the house of health and service. Like we discussed earlier, it’s the house of personal health and service to others. Pisces is home in the 12th House, and amongst other things, the 12th House is the house of Karma. It’s in the 12th House that we’re either rewarded or punished for our deeds, and we can see how this directly relates to the 6th House-how we treat ourselves and the people around us.

Where is my Mercury? 0° Pisces in between Aquarius and Pisces and the 7th and 8th Houses.

Where is my Neptune? 22° Sagittarius, 5th House.

In my chart, this polarity between Virgo and Pisces is: Virgo houses 2 and 3, and Pisces houses 8 and 9.

What does this mean?

In accordance with Matthew chapter 19 and the work of Barbara Hand Clow’s book, Chiron:

The polarity between Virgo (6th) and Pisces (12th) is the polarity of entering the kingdom of heaven through the eye of the needle. Naturally, this involves the 6th and 12th houses, but because everyone is different and we have different charts, this polarity is learned in different areas of life.

For me, it involves houses 2 and 3 for Virgo, and houses 8 and 9 for Pisces.

Now, I was shown the eye of the needle, and I shared that photo with you. That means, according to my personal interpretation, the kingdom of heaven is open to me if I can get through the eye of the needle.

As I’m sitting here, thinking about that photo of the eye I took in my bedroom, which is in my parent’s house, and thinking about the petty arguing, and my concern about my financial situation (2nd house) and if I’ll ever have enough money to leave home (3rd and 9th houses), I see (3rd house communication) Matthew Chapter 19 verse 23-24;

And Jesus said to his desciples, “Truly, I say to you, it will be hard for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven. Again, I tell you, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven.”

And now my situation and all this astrology and biblical work starts to make sense, and the biblical verse of Matthew at the end of chapter 19 becomes clear because it’s spelled out in my chart and it coincides with what I just heard on Coast to Coast AM.

The Bible says to leave your mother, father, brother, and sister in the name of Jesus.

Now, when I look at my chart, I see. Virgo occupies houses 2 and 3, that’s possessions and money falling under the 2nd, and communication, the neighborhood, and short traveling falling under the 3rd.

Pisces occupies the 8th and 9th houses, that’s death and rebirth in the 8th, and long distance travel and higher mind falling under the 9th.

Mercury is on the 0° degree of Pisces in the 8th, Venus is on the 27° of Pisces in the 9th, and Neptune is on the 22° of Sagittarius in the 5th, and of course, Sagittarius rules the 9th. Neptune is higher frequency, and that’s the reward for letting go. That’s Christ Consciousness!

“And everyone who has left houses, or brothers, or sisters, fathers, or mothers, or lands, or children, for my namesake, will receive a hundred fold, and inherit eternal life.”

Matthew Chapter 19 verse 29.

Stay and fight, and worry, or leave it all in the name of Jesus?

Baby make your move, step across the line, is the song, but Nibiru is the crossing.

Understanding God’s Victory

A single woman, who’s rich, a home owner, and a retired professor, was renting a room in her home to college kids.

One day, a grown man who graduated college years ago decided to respond to her advertisement. During the back and forth conversations about the room, the two adults became friends, and the older woman who usually rented to college kids decided to rent to the man.

As the discussions between the two continued, the man noticed a lot of tension. The woman would say things that weren’t true, and often, she made generalizations about people. The woman, even though she didn’t realize it, offended the man as well sometimes because of the way she spoke.

The man was shocked, especially because the woman was in the business of educating children. She was completely unaware of her arrogance.

After thinking about it, the man, who was confident, strong, intelligent, and professional in his own right, thought maybe the woman was having a problem because of his age. She was a mother a long time ago, she was an educator, and now she was a landlord.

She was always in a position of authority. Time passed, and the tension continued. The woman was having a hard time relating to the man, and to man’s surprise, she never softened. She continued the way she was, and the man continued to call her out on her lies and correct her.

He laughed at the thought of her finally meeting her match, but her unawareness and refusal to give a little was starting to annoy him.

She was stuck in a role. She was stuck in the role of a parent or a teacher. She was used to being in control, and having power and authority. The man, who saw the situation for what it was, decided to try something he thought would save their relationship.

He decided to submit to her. From now on, it was yes ma’am and no ma’am. He wasn’t going to challenge her, he wasnt going to call her out on her lies, and if he offended her in any way, he would apologize.

In a sense, he decided to play into her problem. He would now take on the role of child and student.

And believe me, this was in no way easy for the man, but he did it. He actually enjoyed it for the first night, and as strange as it was to him, it kind of turned him on, revealing a side of himself he never even knew.

During the second night, something started to happen. The woman became increasingly authoritative. Filled with power and total control, the woman was ruling with an iron fist. The man’s plan to save the relationship backfired, and by the third night, he could no longer hold his tongue. He was arguing back.

Similarly, kind of..

God’s victory came through the crucifixion of Jesus, his son. Eventually, Jesus willingly submitted to the cross, and to the Romans. He willingly died for our sins. The more submissive he was, the worse he was treated. He was tortured, cursed at, and spat on.

After the crucifixion, God realized Rome wasn’t the problem. It was the evil spiritual powers behind the throne, and the Romans emptied themselves to the point of exposure. Through the resurrection, God won, and a new race of humans was born.

Getting away from the story and God’s victory, there’s so much to learn here about ourselves and people in general. We’re tangling with the issues of being yourself around people versus you being what others want you to be. But, is it even that? Perhaps it’s about self-preservation and not projecting weakness.

What about people in government? We elect people to protect certain freedoms and liberties, and they do the exact opposite. Often, they go even further than that. After they’ve stripped you of your freedom and liberty, then involve themselves in your personal life. Are they parenting or governing?

With government, we’ve chosen to give certain powers away to protect and preserve our way of life, and that’s why it’s absolutely necessary for us to check our officials and call them out on their bullshit. We have to. That woman was a great example because she was a product of the system. The more the man gave, the more she took.

Some people can’t handle having power and authority over others. It’s like dumping blood in shark infested water.

Have a great day!

A Little History

I’m listening to an episode of Coast to Coast AM from 1996, and it’s a good one.

I think Richard Hoagland is the guest, but my spelling of his last name could be way off 🤣. Anyway, he was really surprised that NASA was connected to Egypt, and I’m trying to figure out why.

Let me share something. George Washington and several founders of this country were Masons. The Freemasons were the Templars. The Templars escaped France and Europe because King Phillip was trying to wipe them out of existence. He was literally burning them at the stake.

The Templars weren’t bad, the king of France was greedy and corrupt. He put his own Pope in Power and had the Vatican move to France. He owed the Templars a lot of money, way more money than he had. He couldn’t pay, so instead of setting up a payment plan, he decided to kill them all, and once he plotted false charges of heresy and homosexuality, he brought the church down on them as well.

The Templars who survived ran like hell and went into hiding. Hundreds of years passed by, and eventually, they resurfaced under a new name. The Freemasons, The Knights of Malta, The Priory of Sion, they’re all secret societies. All of their secrets and doctrines are Egyptian in origin.

They eventually found this country, and their past is why they created our government the way they did; separation of church and state.

Well, NASA is a government agency. Therefore, those who make policies for NASA, are more than likely privy to the doctrines of those who found this country, which are Egytptian in origin.

By the time the United States was created, our creators had all the best from Egypt, Greece, and Rome.

That means we are the most recent and evolved versions of those empires. The only thing we didn’t have was mathematical and scientific precision. And that’s what we got from the Natives here.

Now that I’ve said what I needed to say, Richard Hoagland presented some incredible information. That show was in 1996, I wonder what happened with his investigation.

The Path of Spirituality

Friends, fans, and followers, good morning!  It’s 12:35 am here, and I’m blogging from my car. 🤣

So, I was just watching a video of an interview on YouTube of a woman who I think highly of and who has been a tremendous source of understanding and love for at least a decade now. She doesn’t know that, though.

I didn’t know the girl conducting the interview, but I had mixed emotions about her.  I could be wrong, I guess, and maybe it’s because I’ve been trying for the last ten years to talk to the woman she was interviewing, but she just 9didn’t seem right.  And, it got me thinking.

There are a lot of people, probably more than you think, who are in this field of meditation, healing, and spirituality, who are forcing it.  That’s putting it nicely, and I think this is important to say because this field is uniquely different in so many ways.  Like other fields, we have real, genuine, and sincere people here, and of course, we have those who are looking to take advantage.

You have to be careful.  There are lots of people who claim to be experts, gurus, and leaders when they’re not. 

You see, this path is open to everyone, and that draws all types people.  We’re all humans with five senses plus a sixth that most aren’t aware of.  Spirit is within all of us, so it’s not that this is some exclusive club, but there’s a difference between the mix of people you find here.

Personally, I didn’t intrude, and I didn’t wake up one day claiming to be some meditation expert or spiritual guru.  I had an awakening that began with synchronicities.  Part of that awakening meant the realization concerning the truth about the world and myself.  At that point, you have two options.  You can pretend nothing happened and return to your mainstream lifestyle like everyone else, or you could accept and embrace the truth and move forward towards a path of light.

I chose the second option.  I guess it’s hard for people to accept the truth, but for me, it wasn’t even a choice.  I wanted truth, I wanted real, and if the salvation of my soul was a possibility, then that was a responsibility I felt should be in my hands.

In this field, people claim all types of things, and part of the reason why that happens is because it’s metaphysical.  I don’t know what you saw, what you heard, what you felt, or what you thought.  Only you know, and that’s what makes this so special.  The answers you seek are within you, so if you’re lying to me, you’re lying to yourself as well.

Because of that, you don’t belong, but that’s for you to figure out.  I’m not going to say you don’t belong.  I don’t have to say anything.  I can see it.  The truth, however, is not that you don’t belong, but rather, it’s not the right time, so why force it?

The mainstream life is easy. We’re born into it and conditioned to accept it.  It’s comfortable.  Basically, you’re on autopilot, and it’s like a dream.  I know this because that’s what I came from, but I didn’t wake up one morning and decide to be spiritual.  Most people don’t.  

As you’re living your life, certain things happen, and we’re forced to make changes and adjust.  After we adjust, it will become obvious if our our old lives are accomodating the people we’ve become. 

But believe me, at some point, there has to be an awakening.  You’ll never wake up from the dream unless there’s an awakening.  Something has to happen that either knocks you off course, prevents you from getting what you want, or shows you everything you believed in was a lie.  There has to be hardship, struggle, and pain to the extent that you begin to question the meaning of life.

At that point, you break free from the mainstream and go hunting for answers.

The Mark of Greatness

Do you remember when you were young, just a little kid, and you watched that horror movie for the first time? You were scared, terrified even! Then, you couldn’t sleep. You were up all night having nightmares.

Before the night was over, you ran to your parents’ bed and said, “I’m scared!”

And your parents said, “Stop watching horror movies!”

I thought about this scenario last year when a woman got really scared after reading the first chapter in my first book, Smorgasbord A Collection of Thoughts Experiences and Stories.

It was a short story fiction piece titled, Lunatic. So, the book opens with the sentence, “I’ll fucking kill you!”

Another woman said she was upset and appalled at the foul language, so she put the book down real quick. Like it was on fire!

Neither one of them actually bought the book, I gifted it to them, and the second woman had a mouth like a truck driver, but that’s besides the point.

I was laughing at their responses, and they asked me why I was laughing.

“I’m laughing because my art evoked those emotions in you. That’s what a good writer does. Good writing makes you feel things.”

She said, “Yeah, but I wouldn’t have bought your book.”

“That’s okay,” I said. “Don’t read it if it scares you. Don’t read it if it upsets you.”