I was asked recently about a story from my latest book, Smorgasbord 2 Catch Up and Relish, titled, Witches in Heat, and it wasn’t until I began speaking about the story that I actually had an appreciation for it.

It’s a two-part short story fiction piece; Witches in Heat and Witches in Heat 2. The story begins with the main character spilling coffee on his laptop. He works from home, and he needs his laptop, but he doesn’t have a car so he decides to walk a great distance to the store to buy a new one.

On his way there, he passes a farm market that sells fresh fruit and vegetables. He decides to go in and he’s infatuated with the beautiful young girl working there. She notices how tired he is so she gives him water and a bag of mixed fruit. He takes his fruit and finds a shady spot to sit underneath a tree. Eventually, so tired from his walk, he passes out.

When he wakes up, he doesn’t realize it at first, but the time changed and suddenly, he finds himself hundreds of years back in the past. At first, the girl pretends to be unaware of this as she offers to help him.

When he arrived at the farm market it was modern day, but when he wakes up dirt roads were where the streets were, there were no telephone poles, no cars, and his house wasn’t even built yet.

She convinces him to take a wagon ride, and he obviously doesn’t reject her advances. The first part ends with them taking a break on their journey to rest for the night.

Part 2 opens, the wagon is approaching its destination, which turns out to be a witches breeding ritual, and the main character finds himself as the main attraction.

As the action heats up and the clothes come off, he’s jolted out of his trance. Disappointed now, he realizes the whole thing was just a dream, but a twist at the end leaves us wondering. Was it just a dream, or a foreshadow of events soon to take place.

Slowing it Down a Bit

Hello everyone. There’s a few topics I wanted to discuss today, but first, I wanted to apologize for throwing so much at you so fast.

When I make a connection or pick up on a synchronicity, I rush to my blog here to share it with you-sometimes not even checking the numbers or dates. So, I’m going to slow things down a bit.

I don’t know if any of you had a chance to look at the e-version of Smorgasbord 2, but it looks great! Smorgasbord 2 is kind of the topic today- I can’t believe how certain things are falling into place. The pieces to this puzzle that in the end will reveal who we are, where we came from, and the truth about our history, are falling into place everyday.

Smorgasbord 2 just came out this year, and it was written in 2021. The third chapter is titled Alien Interpretation, and that was a chapter of my own imagination and creation. I really do have an interest in numerology, and it was intriguing how Occultus 13 was bringing together words that were related in specific ways. I just made up some characters and a little back story to make it reader friendly.

The first two sentences of that chapter are: Greetings Earthlings! My name is KB312479, and I’m from a small planet that sits between Mars and Saturn.

Unbeknownst to me, there was a man named Zecharia Sitchin, who wrote a book titled, The 12th Planet. During the last year or two, I heard his name mentioned a few times on Coast to Coast AM, but I never really paid any special attention to who he was. I guess, at the time, his work was meaningless to me.

Then, several months ago, I went to my local Barnes and Noble to shop for books, and also, I wanted to see where they placed my first book, Smorgasbord 1. It was on the bottom shelf with a book next to it written by a man named Zecharia Sitchin. Whoever this man was, he was now in my face. I felt like I needed to start paying attention to who he was and what he was talking about.

Two weeks ago, I bought his book, the 12th Planet. For those of you who don’t know, Sitchin died in 2010, but he dedicated his entire life to researching and uncovering the truths about who we are.

In the prologue of The 12th Planet, Sitchin explains that in addition to using the Old Testament as his anchor, he will show evidence from texts, drawings, and artifacts left to us by ancient people of the Near East to prove:

Earth, in its past, was visited by astronauts from another planet. He proposes to identify the planet they came from, how they got here, and ultimately, in addition to several other things, the dramatic events that led to the creation of Man. Us!

Now remember, I wrote Alien Interpretation before I even knew who Sitchin was.

In chapter 8 his book The 12th Planet, Sitchin describes a planet that in fact sat between Mars and Jupiter where the asteroid belt is now. This planet was called Tiamat.

I wasn’t exact with the placement, but I was in the area! Personally, I think my made up story, further proves Sitchin’s theory.

Because I haven’t fully read The 12th Planet, some things are still a little confusing. But the other day I explained to you guys that Sitchin showed a picture in his book of what he believed was the path of an invading planet into our solar system. I think this planet is what he called Marduk. Not knowing anything else besides the fact that the picture looked extremely similar to the symbol used by The Masonic Order of the Secret Monitor, and the Rio de Janeiro Coat of Arms, it was only right to assume whatever Sitchin was trying to prove, The Masonic Order of the Secret Monitor already knew the truth about.

Well, today I was reading a little more of Chapter 8, and come to find out, the Mesopotamians called Marduk the “Monitor”!!!!!!


Summing it all up: I made up a story about an Alien from a made up planet located in made up place that happened to be the focus of Sitchin’s research and investigation as he was trying to prove we were visited by astronauts from another planet at some time in our past. Wow!

Sitchin was correct, nobody wanted to tell him that.


This picture is from the inside back cover of The 12th Planet.

The second paragraph is about The End of Days, another book written by Sitchin. He’s right again, and now you know why the truth about our origin is being kept from the masses.

Nooz Now

March 31, 2022 Edition

🏀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.

🌑: 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.

💲: 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.

🛸: 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.

📗: 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!


Purchase Links; Smorgasbord 2

Smorgasbord 2 Catch Up and Relish was actually available for purchase two days earlier than I expected. If you would like to purchase a copy of Smorgasbord 2 Catch Up and Relish, or Smorgasbord A Collection of Thoughts Experiences and Stories please visit the links below!

Thank you so much! I love all my readers and I appreciate your support.


Nooz Now

February 15, 2022 Edition

Smorgasbord A Collection of Thoughts Experiences and Stories

I would like to apologize to everyone who attempted to leave a review for Smorgasbord A Collection of Thoughts Experiences and Stories on Amazon. My friends and supporters are starting to come back to me because they’re having a problem writing reviews; Amazon is not letting them. There’s a pop up message about guidelines or something. I haven’t had time to look into this issue yet, but I will Thursday. If you would still like to write a review, I kindly suggest visiting the Barnes & Noble website instead and writing one there. Like I said, I don’t know what the issue is yet with Amazon so I’m not going to speculate. Thank you for trying, please don’t give up. Head over to Barnes & Noble.

Smorgasbord 2 Catch Up and Relish

It seems like it took forever, but Smorgasbord 2 Catch Up and Relish is near completion! What you see there on the left is the official front and back cover. I’m beyond excited for the release of this book, and I think you’re going to enjoy reading it. Fulton Books in Meadville, Pennsylvania is the publishing company.

Upcoming Projects: I’ve been working on Smorgasbord 3 for a few months now. I don’t want to give away too much too soon, but there will be a third book. The title will be Smorgasbord 3 Poverty & Prophecy, and it’s going to blow you away! Also, I’m thinking about having a Smorgasbord 2 release party somewhere. I will keep you updated and in-the-loop on that.

Well, it’s old news now, but the Rams beat the Bengals and won the Super Bowl! Super Bowl LVI (56) was played last Sunday, February 13th, and it was a close one. The Rams won the game by 3 points with a fourth quarter touchdown pass from Mathew Stafford to Coffee Cup? Oh wait, Copper Kupp. Sorry. 🤣🤣 Up until that point, the Bengals held a 20-16 lead that went all the way down to the wire. To be exact, there was 1:25 left to play when the Rams scored the go-ahead touchdown. Stafford completed 26 out of 40 passes for 283 yards and 3 touchdowns. The Ram’s rushing game was nowhere to be found; Cam Akers ran the ball 13 times for 21 yards and never even reached pay dirt.

Joe Burrow completed 22 passes for 263 yards and 1 touchdown. They were able to run the ball well with Joe Mixon (4.8 yards per carry), and WR Tee Higgins caught 4 passes for 100 yards and 2 touchdowns. In the end though, none of that mattered for the Bengals. On that day, the 13th of February in the year 2022, the Rams were the better team.

♒♓Wow! How fast did the Aquarius birthday season go? I mean seriously, in three more days on the 18th, the sun will move into the astrological sign of Pisces. Honestly, though, I can’t wait. I’m so ready for spring, and I know a lot of you are too. 🌔Currently, the moon is on the 20th degree of fiery Leo, and Venus and Mars are in a body to body conjunction on the 16th degree of Capricorn. Talk about war and peace, huh…

💥Speaking of war, according to Greek Reporter dot com, Russia is now withdrawing its troops from the Ukraine border. I guess they just wanted to get in Ukraine’s face and talk some shit?

💩Oh, BIG STORY here. Eminem kneeled during the half time show.

🏛 I just called the office of the registrar at my alma mater WPUNJ because I wanted some information about registration deadlines. Afterwards, I was scrolling the web, and a story popped up from 2014.

So, five William Paterson University students are or were on trial for the alleged gang rape of a freshman female. The alleged gang rape took place on campus and in a dorm on Tuesday, November 25, 2014.

The five men that were involved all knew each other from the Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF), which offers low-income students an opportunity to go to college with financial aid, preparatory classes and counseling. (Wait a second, wasn’t there just a big issue recently about systemic racism? 😢😢Immigrants and people of color don’t get the same opportunities as white people?)

Well, these five guys (no relation to the restaurant) had a golden opportunity. I told you, all that was bullshit. I can’t speak for other states, but I know for a fact, that New Jersey’s system of higher education has done an amazing job ensuring everyone has a fair and equal opportunity to get educated.

Anyway, there was another incident, but I don’t think it was related. Cherelle Locklear, a 21-year-old junior at WPUNJ committed suicide and her body was found on November 22, 2015. Supposedly, she was raped at an off-campus fraternity house, and her allegations were never investigated. William Paterson University took blame for failing to investigate and paid her family $800,000.

Damn! This isn’t the William Paterson I remember. WTF WPU! Seriously though, this is a shame. I can’t believe it.

🤓I’m gonna drop some real knowledge on y’all. I was totally indoctrinated by the college educational system, and especially because I was a teacher. I believed everything. They used to tell us that inner-city school students are way behind because there’s no money to get them the tools they need to be successful and compete with schools in higher income areas. I was on board with everything-fighting for my students. I was so gung-ho.

And then I get into the classroom, and see students throwing scientific calculators worth hundreds of dollars at the floor and walls. Literally, trying to break them.

And I just sat there for a brief moment watching this, and to myself, I’m like, “wow, if you only knew how hard people fight to get you the shit you need, and here you are trying to break a calculator your parents would have to work two weeks to pay for.”

Case in point-Don’t believe the hype!

Second Case in point-In order for schools to be successful, the students have to be successful, and money has nothing to do with it. The best schools are those where parents, teachers, and administrators have found a middle ground-all coming together, working in unison for the betterment of the child. And of course, once the student sees this cooperation between teachers and parents, their behavior miraculously changes.

Alright my friends, have a wonderful night and a blessed Wednesday. Stay warm!

Nooz Now

February 11, 2022 Edition

So, in essence, our government’s greed for power, created that situation. America is a nation that’s supposed to be ruled by laws, not by the whim of politicians or majorities. You (government) can’t allow the system to degenerate into mob rule (democracy), and then pick and choose who you want to arrest, prosecute, or call an enemy of the state.

Francis Joseph LaManna
Francis Joseph LaManna, Author of Smorgasbord 2 Catch Up and Relish

My new book, Smorgasbord 2 Catch up and Relish is now in the cover design stage of the publication process. A lot of hard work was put into this project, and I’m excited for it’s release.

I hope you enjoy it. To the right is the QR code for Smorgasbord A Collection of Thoughts Experiences and Stories. I haven’t tried it yet, but I’m pretty sure you can scan it from the computer screen.

QR Code for Smorgasbord

So, what’s going on? How ya’ll doing? Time flies, it really does. It feels like yesterday we were just talking about new year’s resolutions, which I hope you haven’t forgotten about. It’s important to have goals. There’s a bunch of videos on YouTube by Earl Nightingale, but in one of them specifically, he states the difference between people who are successful and those who are unsuccessful is that successful people know where they’re going-and I agree, 100%. He also said you will become whatever you think about, so it’s important to focus on what you want out of life. But yeah, goals are important because they’re like new year resolutions. They’re both things we’d like to achieve, aim for, and hopefully conquer, but more importantly, they give us direction.

Photo by Todd Trapani on Pexels.com

Did you watch that short video I posted to this site on February 7th? That book, Legal Guidelines for Unlicensed Practitioners is amazing for many reasons. I just read a little bit about our government and Constitution here in the United States, but it’s purpose is to educate and inform people who are going into business for themselves as unlicensed professionals.

After I published the video, a few things came to mind that I wish came to me before I recorded it. The January 6th incident at the White House; there’s a group of elected officials in this country who keep calling what took place there and insurrection, and you know what, by definition, I guess they could call it an insurrection, but in the United States, “We The People” do have the right to abolish and start a new government when our government no longer serves us.

It is our governments fault that incident took place, because for one, yes when there’s voter fraud, the government is no longer serving the best interest of the people, and two, what you saw on January 6th at the White House was mob rule. That’s what happens when the Constitutional Republic degenerates into a democracy.

In the video I made, I read it right from the book, a democracy is an extreme form of government, it’s mob rule. We’re not a democracy, we’re a Constitutional Republic, but the politicians and elected officials never call America what it really is, they refer to it as a democracy. And the reason for that is because they’re limited in power and influence under a Constitutional Republic.

So, in essence, our government’s greed for power, created that situation. America is a nation that’s supposed to be ruled by laws, not by the whim of politicians or majorities. You (government) can’t allow the system to degenerate into mob rule (democracy), and then pick and choose who you want to arrest, prosecute, or call an enemy of the state.

Donald Trump talked about making America Great Again, well let’s do that. Those in government, our elected officials, and politicians can start Making America Great Again by telling the truth.


That’s a start.

Nooz Now 12.2.2021

Wow, today is December 2nd. I can’t believe how incredibly fast 2021 has passed us all by, in addition, I’ve been incredibly busy for the last week and half-busier than usual at this time of year.

📘You can purchase my book, Smorgasbord A Collection of Thoughts Experiences and Stories in paperback and e-form. You can purchase the e-book version through Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Google Play, and Apple iTunes. The paperback can be purchased at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and at this point, almost anywhere books are sold.

Smorgasbord A Collection of Thoughts Experiences and Stories

Please, please, if you haven’t purchased a copy please do so. I need and greatly appreciate your support.

📘I think we (Me and Fulton Books) are just about done with the editing of my latest creation, Smorgasbord 2 Catch Up and Relish. I’m still waiting for the release date on that, but it should be available for purchase sometime this winter.

🎬Whenever I watch a movie I think is good I usually share it with you guys, and I think you’d all agree that some of those movies were actually pretty darn good. 🤣 Breaking away from the sci-fi/action genre, I have 2 movies that were funny as hell. The Promotion and The Informant. If you wanna laugh-there you go. As far as adult cartoons are concerned, Bob’s Burgers is it, although, I will catch up with Rick and Morty when I have time.

🏈”Blame the league not the player” that’s what I have to say concerning the suspension of Antonio Brown and two other NFL players for passing off fake COVID-19 vaccination cards. I mean, if the sell out league wasn’t forcing everyone to vaccinate like Nazi Germany, then there wouldn’t be any reason to lie. Also, former New York Giant, Otis Anderson, was arrested after shooting and killing his son. That story broke yesterday so it’s still fairly new. I think it was over a dog bite or something.

Alright everyone, thanks for logging in. Have a wonderful night and a blessed Friday!