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ॐ Cats and Humans

Published by The Name is Bizit | under on 9:28 AM
Human are amazing and the most amazing part of them is the ability to circulate unverified explanation of an event, and once it starts, The whole thing get converted into a chain reaction which eventually lead to self-amplifying chain of stories. The way we human exists in this world, same way this animal 'CAT' also exist, but as human tendency we search value in everything and hence all this stories. I came across few amazing values added by CAT in our society/world. I was amazed; not because of the value but for the imagination of one single Human who might have started this chain reaction. We have many stories associated with CAT, probably you also might be aware of many such stories, here I am sharing few interesting stories about CAT.


1. Cats can forecast the weather: they predict the wind by clawing at carpets and curtains; rain is highly likely when a cat busily washes its ears.
2. A black cat seen from behind fortells a bad omen.
3. A cat sneezing is a good omen for everyone who hears it.
4. A bride will have a happy married life if a black cat sneezes near her on her wedding day.
5. A black cat crossing one's path by moonlight means death in an epidemic
6. The Hindu believed the cat was the symbol for childbirth.
7. If you kill a cat, you are sacrificing your soul to the Devil
8. It is bad luck to see a white cat at night.
9. In ancient Japan, it was thought that somewhere on the tail of a cat there was a single hair that would restore life to a dying person. 
10.If a funeral procession encountered a black cat, they believed another member of the family would soon die.
11.In Japan, there is a myth that cats turn into super spirits when they die. According to the Buddhist religion, the body of the cat is the temporary resting place of the soul of very spiritual people.
12.During excavations in the ruins of Tell-Basta (the former Bubastis), a graveyard with 300,000 mummified holy cats was discovered. Though many were sent to England and sold as fertilizer, a few were sent to museums.
13.A Thai legend tells of cats that guarded a temple from Burmese invaders. They saved the temple treasure, a golden goblet belonging to the Buddha, by hooking their tails around it and not letting go. This accounts for the kink at the end of the tail of almost all Thai cats. Anther story is that when a certain princess went to bathe and gave her rings to a cat to guard, it kinked its tail so they wouldn't fall off.
14.To dream of a white cat means luck in creativity, spiritual matters, divination and spellcraft.
15. If you hear the scream or the mewing of a cat, a false friend is trying to do you harm.
16. A cat on top of a tombstone meant certainly that the soul of the departed buried was possessed by the devil.
17. To reverse the bad luck curse of a black cat crossing your path, first walk in a circle, then go backward across the spot where it happened and count to 13.
18. In the Netherlands, cats were not allowed in rooms where private family discussions were going on. The Dutch believed that cats would definitely spread gossips around the town.
19. In Egypt, it was once believed that the life-giving rays of the sun were kept in a  cat's eyes at night for safekeeping.
20. It was largely in the Middle Ages that the black cat became affiliated with evil. Because cats are nocturnal and roam at night, they were believed to be supernatural servants of witches, or even witches themselves. Partly because of the cat's sleek movements and eyes that 'glow' at night, they became the embodiment of darkness, mystery, and evil, possessing frightening powers. If a black cat walked into the room of an ill person, and the person later died, it was blamed on the cat's supernatural powers. If a black cat crossed a person's path without harming them, this indicated that the person was then protected by the devil. Often times, a cat would find shelter with older women who were living in solitude. The cat became a source of comfort and companionship, and the old woman would curse anyone who mistreated it. If one of these tormentors became ill, the witch and her familiar were blamed.


So much for Cats and Humans today, wondering if Swine and Dogs are that Lucky=((

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