Why has a cat always been considered as a traditional part of a magician? Her strange behaviour, attentive looks into places where there is nothing to see? In ancient Egypt cats were loved and worshipped. Thousands of years humans observe not only the specific behaviour of cats, but also the changes in the behaviour of people who live with a cat. Modern medicine has found that a cat carries special bacteria that causes a strange disease to humans called Toxoplasmosis. Of course the infection does not have to be noticeable or felt in any way. Nevertheless it causes a significant change in the form of living formations in the brain nerve tissue. The result is often a lifelong symbiotic connection that may not have any effect on us. But perhaps there is a start of something much more mystical …
We often hear that human is the most vicious animal in the world without any parallel in nature. But the truth is that we are all creatures on one planet – Earth. And human? Our body has a wide range of evidence about long unused organs which ensured our survival to present day. Our capabilities are however, suppressed and pushed back by civilization commonness. And nature can serve as a great treasure of knowledge to us. As an encyclopaedia of who we really are.
The celebration of abundance and fertility of Agape was a common part of the year in the ancient Roman Empire. Even early Christians worship the day but then it was suddenly banned as a instrument of the devil. Instead they started to circumcise their sons following the example of the Jews – soon after they quickly forgot that idea and granted the right to murder Jews with impunity. Today, the Church of Christ is trying in every possible way to integrate aboriginal traditions into their philosophical concept of trumped religion. Apparently, this to show us how modern and mature they are. But that is just LIES. Agape has always been a celebration of the natural love to one God, who gives us fruits, freedom and beautiful women to admire. Anything sanctified is just a human disease.