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March 31, 2022 Edition

πŸ€NBA: Yesterday, the Mavericks beat the Cavaliers 120-112. Dallas is on a 3-game winning streak and won 7 out of their last 10 games; next game is Aril 1st.

The Houston Rockets lost to the Sacramento Kings yesterday by 3, the final was 118-121. The Rockets also lost 7 out of their last 10 games, and they’re in last place in the Western Conference. Houston is off tonight.

It was a 1-point loss for the San Antonio Spurs yesterday against the Grizzlies, 111-112. Overall the Spurs are 31-45 and won 6 out of 4 of their last 10 games. San Antonio is off tonight.

In the Eastern Conference, Miami is the team to beat. The Heat were successful against the Celtics yesterday, winning 106-98. Miami is on a 2-game winning streak and they’re now 49-28 overall.

Orlando Magic is in last place in the Eastern Conference. Yesterday, they were blown out by the Wizards 127-110, which increased their loosing streak to 4 games. Overall, they’re 20-57.

The Philadelphia 76ers did not play yesterday, but tonight, they visit Detroit to play the Pistons. Yes, Philadelphia did lose their last two, but they hold firm in 3rd place in the Eastern Conference. They’re 46-29 overall and won 6 out of their last 10. James Harden is second in the NBA in assists, (10.1) per game, and Joel Embiid’s 29.9 points per game is 3rd best in the entre league.

πŸŒ‘: Tomorrow is the first day of April, and there will be a brand-new moon in Aries. Aries is a fire sign, and don’t forget, the sun is in Aries right now as well. With both luminaries in the astrological sign of Aries, we get in a sense, a double flame. If there was ever a good time to plan a trip, or start something new, this is it.

πŸ’²: Are you wondering what caused the drop in oil prices? They’re saying the Biden administration plans to release 1 million barrels of oil per day from the country’s reserves for the next six months. That’ll do it.

😲: In an article published on the Daily Caller dot com, it was revealed that the skeletal remains of a young man were finally found after four years. Police believe those remains belonged to Jason Michael, who died in 2018. Supposedly, the boy’s father has been storing his body in the kitchen of his home for the las four years. The strange thing about this, well besides the obvious, is that it took place New Boston, Texas, and somehow, it’s connected to a case where six people were found dead in a home in Wisconsin. What’s the connection? I guess we’ll have to follow that story and see what develops.

πŸ›Έ: NUFORC is back in business! Yes, the National UFO Reporting Center updated their site on Friday, March 4, 2022, to include over 1,000 new postings that took place between December 19, 2021, and March 3rd of this year.

πŸ“—: My new book, Smorgasbord 2 Catch Up & Relish is now available for purchase in paperback form. There will also be an e-book version available through Barnes and Noble, Apple iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play editions.

Thank you for visiting Nooz Buffet, and don’t forget to visit our online store by clicking the merchandise link at the top of the home page. Have a blessed day!

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Ramming Our Way In

Despite the gloomy day we just had, there’s much to celebrate today as it’s officially Spring.

Back in the day-like way back when armies had to break through fortifications to breech a castle’s grounds, they used battering rams, and if you ever saw a picture of a batter ram from the medieval era, you’ll notice the side they rammed with was shaped like a rams head-hence the name.

The mainstream astrological wheel starts a new cycle today also. The Spring Equinox, not only marks the first day of Spring, but also the sun’s entrance into the astrological sign of Aries. If you look at a chart for today, you’ll notice the sun sitting on the 0 degree, or cusp of Aries.

It’s easy to get confused at this point because Aries looks like April, and both we associate both with the Spring. The first day of Spring is not April 1st, and the beginning of Aries isn’t the beginning of April.

For everyone born on April 1st, your sun is on the 12th degree of Aries. Aries begins today in March on the 20th. So, yes, the sun will remain in Aries until the middle of April, I think the 19th to be exact.

And don’t forget, we just had a full moon on the 19th.

So that means we have the first day of Spring today as the moon wanes down bringing closure to all of our plans that took root at the beginning of March. And then we begin April, a brand-new month with a brand-new moon in Aries!

Have a blessed day tomorrow!

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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.