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What do cats represent

One of the oldest and most common myths in history is that cats are the reincarnation of dead Egyptian gods. This is based on a popular belief that cats have nine lives, which is not true. Cats have nine lives because of a misunderstanding of the nine lives of Egyptian gods, which was done by cat lovers. Egyptians had many gods, and the cat was worshipped by a few of them.

The cat was considered to be the reincarnation of the goddess Bast, who was a goddess of war, death, and the underworld. She was also worshiped as the incarnation of Ma'at, the goddess of truth and justice.

The cat was also worshiped as the reincarnation of the goddess Anubis, who was the god of death, the underworld, and the dead.

The cat was also worshipped as the reincarnation of the god Horus, who was a god of the sky and the sun.

The cat was also worshiped as the reincarnation of the goddess Hathor, who was a goddess of the moon, love, beauty, and music.

The cat was also worshiped as the incarnation of the goddess Isis, who was the mother of Horus.

The cat was also worshiped as the incarnation of the goddess Nephthys, who was a goddess of the underworld.

The cat was also worshiped as the incarnation of the goddess Hathor-Min, who was the mother of Horus.

The cat was also worshipped as the incarnation of the god Anubis, who was the god of death and the underworld.

The cat was also worshiped as the incarnation of the goddess Renenutet, who was the goddess of childbirth.

The cat was also worshiped as the incarnation of the goddess Bastet, who was the goddess of war and the underworld.

The cat was also worshiped as the incarnation of the goddess Serqet, who was the goddess of war.

The cat was also worshiped as the incarnation of the goddess Isis-Hathor, who was the goddess of love, beauty, and music.

The cat was also worshiped as the incarnation of the goddess Nephthys, who was the goddess of the underworld.

The cat was also worshiped as the incarnation of the god Horus, who was the god of the sky and the sun.

The cat was also worshiped as the incarnation of the goddess Nephthys, who was the goddess of childbirth.

The cat was also worshiped as the incarnation of the goddess Hathor, who was the goddess of beauty, love and music.

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