G-G-G-Ghost Cat or F-ham-mished Ph-ham-ton Felines

A weird little one this and a newie for me.

I've mentioned elsewhere we've got this cat that's a violent junkie for ham and not that boiled pig bollocks crap that looks like slices of pink spew. She's a real connoisseur.

Anyway this afternoon I notice she's curled up zonked out on the pillow she's newly colonised a few feet away from the fridge so I slice and butter one of these buns I regularly make from parmesan and dried tomato flour all the time checking she's still asleep until it finally comes to the moment when I have to smuggle the packet with the ham in it from the back of the top shelf and slip it surreptitiously under my plate so I can use it out o' sight but to my amazement her ears don't even stand up when I accidentally squeak the vinyl.

So I close the fridge door and she's still unconscious.

I start carefully moving forward all the time checking over various objects placed between us she's still dead to the world.

But as I pass the dining chair directly between us I lose sight of her for a moment until I look back and suddenly she's feebly struggling to lift herself up on two wobbling legs as if she has no strength in them from never having been fed for a million years gazing up at me with pitiful sorrow filled eyes emitting the most heart rending of weak mewks and I'm thinkin' to meself bli'me that's a new one normally she'd just tear me throat out.

Then I notice what's REALLY new.

There's two versions of her.

One fast asleep and this other version that looks as real as the sleeping one except it can't be because it's try'n'o climb out and sit up in the middle of the other one.

Weird.

Anyone who wonders whether their beloved long dead Tiddles'll be there when they finally get to Heaven might reasonably take this as evidence that's indeed a possibility.

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Inannawhimsey's picture
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you rock; you provide your own SP/FX to "your" life :3

My boi, who isn't corporeal anymore, gives me reminders every so often...the last one was a scratch on a thumb...

life is ordinarily extraordinary

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All that lives is holy, life delights in life.

--William Blake

emlong's picture
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Still one of my favorites. One of the witches of the Coven of the Catta is alone worth the price of admission. She wears this bizarre head gear that must be seen to be believed.

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Paolo's picture
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Thank You for your interesting post

As someone who has looked after cats for 7 or 8 years now I have noticed over the years that I see a lot of ghost cats around the house when our corporeal three are accounted for for. Often my girlfriend will see them too at the same time which I find highly interesting - I will be sitting noticing that I keep getting glimpses of one when she would say that she keeps seeing a cat in the same place.

Often the cats are very different to the ones we have - we seem to have a ghostly black cat who hangs around a lot which was the case before we had a black cat. I think that keeping cats has an attunement affect on people helping them to detect that "frequency" if that is the right world. On the other hand maybe keeping cats is sending me slightly mad!

Seriously though I know a number of people whose cats accompany them on inner visionary work and seem to be very aware when people are practising magic or developing psychic abilities.

I wouldn't be surprised however if cats had mastered the art of astral project. For a creature who spends so long asleep or half/asleep whilst waiting for prey it would certainly give it a fairly significant advantage. If the ability is there to project there is no reason why other creatures cannot do it too!

cheers Paolo

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When I first brought orgonite into our household a few years ago it was the cats whose behavior changed more than the dogs, and when I started making ormus earlier than that it was the cats who came around wondering what this stuff was and could they have some. Felines are definitely on a sensitive plane. I am not saying they are real smart on average, but they are real aware of the energetic environment.
When a recently deceased friend of mine haunted our house for a bit it was the cats he was able to get to. Somehow he would lure both of the two brother cats into a room at the same time and then close the door behind them. He was not able to entrap the dog that way, but the cats were easy. In his living life he was a dog lover - not a cat lover. My wife and I wondered if he like teasing cats in this manner. He had a slightly malicious tone to him as a living being, so it did not surprise us that he would play tricks like this. When we would open the door to their prison the cats would come blasting out of there like they has seen well... a ghost.