I've heard that the difference between
dogs and cats is that dogs marvel at how we have hands to open
their dog food containers. They consider humans to be gods that
take care of them.
Cats observe how we feed them and
treat them so well they have concluded that they must be gods.
Why else would they get such treatment?
Cats are the first to remind humans
of their special place in one of history's most advanced ancient
Is there any truth to several extraordinary
cat claims and their reputed legendary origin in Catlantis? Here
are my findings.
The Pharaoh Corbahotep in Fourth Millennium
BC Egypt was completely forgotten by history.
Corbahotep loved Meowpatra and ordered
9 pyramids built for each of her soul's afterlifes.
Some believe the pair were resurrected
in the late 2nd Millennium AD and are still happy together.
Researching the Legend
Temple hieroglyphs at Felinopolis,
Egypt mention the legend of Catlantis, the birthplace of today's
strangely sophisticated pet animals.
Some have to tried to locate it in
both Catalonia and Catiz, Spain but no evidence of Catlantean
purramids and culture were discovered.
The Dogger Bank was rejected as the
location for obvious reasons. As of now most scholars doubt the
legend has any reality. I am skeptical.
It's true that Cato the Younger was
in Egypt during time of Cleopatra, fighting with the Roman Legions.
It's said that he heard the legend.
How can the curious inscriptions
at Felinopolis be believed? Everyone knows cats can't write.
The Cat and Canary Islands may hold
some clues. Elaborate gold cats were found in Mexico and South
America along with a Jaguar God myth
It's curious that the oldest written
record in history tells of the city of Ur and that the original
spelling was Pur. The P was smudged out.
Another puzzling thing is that later
in history a mighty empire named itself after the most royal
of cats known as Persians.
One theory is that Europe's smallest
megalithic dolmens were once filled with kitty litter & served
as cat boxes.
The cats are said to have quickly
fled Catlantis at the first sign of the rising sea level because
they hate to get wet.
Egyptians cat worship is noteworthy.
Cats lived lives of luxury which suggest high importance. But
its suspicious that there are few records.
I like cats but they are known to
be untrustworthy and manipulative for their own benefit. I suspect
they invented the Catlantis legend.
The moral of this story is: don't
believe anything a cat tells you about why you should worship
and adore them. They're really just animals.
Cats would still have you believe
they are near-immortal. Nine lives? Prove it.
Cats are lying little sun worshippers.
They love to lie in the sun.
To me the most difficult, hard-to-explain
clue regarding Catlantis is that we use the words "catastrophe"
& "cataclysm" for disasters. Why?
Now, if you'll excuse me - my little
Persian girl cat Zeena is demanding I cease my lies and fabrication
and pet her now.