Cats and cast / caste

Cats vs cast, or caste

As I have alluded to in previous posts, as to how everything which lies or crawls on the ground suggests sexuality and creative forces and cats may represent the highest physical life form within this creative or sexual level.

That the reason the cat is revered so much throughout faith and ancient cultures, is that it represents the power of our sexual or creative force which when sublimated can help us become more creative.

Words of faith with the word cat within them include, Catholic, cathedral etc.

Ancient Egyptians erected a sphinx made of sand in worship and adoration of the cat.

“Think of the word sphincter”.

Cats may represent the creative, sexual or Kundalini forces in ancient India, as many of the Hindu gods within the Hindu pantheon can be seen riding tigers.

The word ride also has two meanings, one meaning is to mount something, such as an animal or motorcycle.

While the other meaning means to have sex, these similar word meanings would suggest that there is more than a liingustic link, suggesting a link with creative or sexual forces.

So cats represent life in an ancient cultural and faith based sense and embody a lot of the qualities associated with Kundalini awakenings.

Such qualities associated with the Kundalini would be removal of the ego and rising of life forces to eventually feel alive.

The word cast in English and caste in India may represent the opposite of what the cats or Kundalini means.

Cats and Kundalini represent the removal of the ego and life or living, and truth, where as a cast of actors represent a panthemine which is a representation of what is real, but not real.

Cast members or even an audience may indulge in what the cast is portraying purely for egotisic reasons and may want to indulge in fantasies and not the truth, through what the cast is portraying on stage or on the screen.

The caste system in India may be an egotisic hierarchy of egos, where people believe they are part of something better purely to indulge in a social fantasy.

Words worth noting which have the word cat in them, include catalyst, cathode etc.

Often people who ascend spiritualy or undergo a Kundalini awakening, sense that time is quickening or slowing down.

The word catalyst would also suggest a reaction which speeds up reactions in a chemical sense, suggesting that the word cat is associated with the changing flow of time and increased flow of chi, prana or Kundalini energies.

We would most notably associate chemical reactions within us, within our stomach and it is worth noting that our stomach lies just above the sacral or sexual chakra in ancient Indian philosophy and would most notably be associated with the solar plexus.

The word cathode suggests a terminal on an electrical device, where by electrons or electricity begins to flow.

The word cathode may also be derived from spiritual origins and the association cats have with Kundalini enegy flows.


The ancient name for ancient Egypt is “Al-Khemia”, the word Khemia would suggest as to where the word chemistry derives its origins.

“Al” in Arabic translates as the word “the”, so “Al-Khemia”, may mean the chemist and the sphinx or cat may be the catalyst which is needed to speed up chemical reactions.

The word “ale” meaning beer, may also be derived from “Al” or “Al-Khemia”.

Often in imagery in ancient Egypt, worshipers of particular faiths or cults can be seen in images or hieroglyphics drinking beer at ceremonies and it may be the reason Christians drink wine at mass.

“Ol” in Irish means “drink” and this also may have reference in ancient Egypt’s ancient name “Al-Khemia”.

Petroleum is the starting product for a lot chemical reactions and high yield alcohol, such as vodka or potin in ireland has similar chemical properties to petroleum and could have been used as the starter ingredient or catalyst in chemical reactions in ancient Egypt.

The word tabernacle is also very similar to the word taberna, meaning bar or tavern in certain European languages and this may suggest as to where faith has its origins.

The Greek pente

The word “panthe or pente” means 5 in greek, and as I have suggested in other posts, that krishna and other associated gods are awakened in the 5th chakra or throat and are awakened politicians, socialites, musicians, media moguls, entertainers etc, purely because they are portrayed in the same colour as the throat chakra, a bright blue colour or because krishna can be seen playing a musical instrument.

That the associated Hindu gods or gods across the world, created the “panthe” in the words panthemine or pantheon and are part of, or have portrayed the same universal knowledge within all ancient cultural or faith based schools and institutions within an entertaining panthemine or pantheon.

The words “penta” in pentacost, pentagram, pentagon etc, also suggests the number 5 or the 5th chakra or throat and an embellishment or dramatisation of the truth, hidden behind walls to create an air of mystery and elitism.

A communication, communion, community etc.

The word cast or caste, then suggests to me that it is the opposite of cat’s for the very reasons I have outlined above and that the vast majority of people follow faith, simply because it is socially popular or dramatised in a way which is pleasing to their ears, and that which is much simpler and more common than we think has been given a voice which dramatises and embellishes that simplicity, through the 5th or throat chakra.

The word “panther” is a cat which , may also suggest rising of sexual or creative energies, which when risen into the “panthe or pente, ie 5th or throat chakra, creates a communicator who has sublimated his or her sexual energies to create a panthemine or dramatisation of the truth and therefore uniting that which is truth and life, within a pantheon which only serves to entertain the masses.

The cast or caste rides the cats and has risen above its animal nature.

Musicals or dramas with cats worth considering include:

“Life of pi”

“The Jungle book” , main character’s name is “mogley”, similar to mogul as in media mogul, communicator or entertainer.

“Cats the musical”

“The lion king”

The lion is king.

The king has returned.

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