As a cat owner, we normally see our cat as just a cute little animal just begging to be loved and squeezed out of its coat. Cats are much more than that, they are capable of even communicating in different dimensions. They see and hear things that we don't. That makes them very special animals.
The Role of Cats In Myth And Religion
Big cats are generally personifications of power or warfare and often associated with rulers. This reflects the role of big cats as predators upon humans. Big cats were sometimes kept rulers as a symbol of their power and status. The lion, with his magnificent mane, was a symbol of male power as he commands and defends his harem of lionesses. The lioness, meanwhile was a fierce protectress of her cubs.
Domestic cats are more often symbolic of hearth and home. Their reproductive habits associate them with devoted motherhood, fertility and promiscuity. They were also protectors of the home because they hunted the pest animals that raided or fouled food stores.
Many ancient culture worshiped cats. They believed that cats were deities that possessed an inherent wisdom. For example, Egyptian hieroglyphics of the god Bastet depict him as man with the head of a feline. He is responsible for upholding justice and carrying out executions on the behalf of the people. This depiction is thought to be in reference to the cat’s uncanny ability to kill King cobras and the vermin that threatened their food supply.
These are the first documented cases of the symbiotic relationship between man and feline. There are clues that foretell of an earlier relationship but not the nature; in 2004, a Neolithic grave from circa 9000 BC was found containing both the skeleton of a man and an African wildcat.
Cats Work Miracles
The last person i knew they said walked the earth and worked miracles has been ascended in heaven sitting beside God. Well, on that note, there must be a seat for cats there as cats are also miracle workers. It is strongly believed that cats have power in the purr. Cats purr with different frequencies and each level of frequency affects the body in different ways.
- Petting a purring cat will calm your nerves.
- Cat purrs can decrease the symptoms of dysponea in both humans and cats
- By interacting with cat and hearing purring sound
- Purr frequency of 25-50 Hz are best and frequencies of 100 to 200 Hz are good for strengthening bone structure in humans.
- Study have shown that cat owners are 40% less prone to heart attack.
- Purrs vibrations helps to heal infections and swellings too.
- The purrs also help to heal muscle tendons and ligament injuries.