It's just a question i'm curious about that is if a healthy black cat appears inside a house in a particular room of a person sitting besides person's bed watching silently while the person is sleeping at night in regular basis of days.it could go somewhere else too other than this person's room but still watching silently whole night & running away when it's about to sunrise.what does it actually means?
It may represent any negative or dark energies or a spirit that takes an interest in you, assuming it was a vision of course.
If it were an actual pet, there still could be a spirit, so the cat watches over you. Wandering off in the morning could mean that their is food ready for it as it's breakfast, or that the spirit wanders off at that time.
I suggest using a deity's blessing combined with a banishing spell and a protection ritual if you, along with me, believe their is an unwanted spirit within your home.
maybe he just wanted a friend? lol i sound so cheesy, but its how i found my cat. she kept staring at me from outside as a stray. then one day i found she followed me into the woods near my house, just to stare! so cute! now we are buddies :)
Actually it's not a superstition neither a vision,since the person who was lying at bed sleeping doesn't even know that a cat is at his room ,it was actually one of the family member who saw it &tried to make it run away,but cat would comeback immediately after ,the family member has left untill the sunrise.IT WAS A REAL CAT.i just want to know the meaning behind this & what does it represents?
Re: what does blackcat means? By: DarkAdept / Beginner
Post # 6 Jan 13, 2015
I just tried to say, you can look at events and hope that everything is magic or mysterious, or not. I had animals in my home, even not mine, with different behavior, I really believed that something diffferent was happening, but later I discovered something specific about that animal explained by his owner, I am not saying it is nit truth, but sometimes.. is just the nature doing his odds ;)
Black cats in America are seen as bad luck by many superstitious people. In other areas though, like Japan, they are seen as good luck.It could be an omen, but whether it's a good omen or a bad one is decided by which belief you subscribe to. Of course, as said by others on this thread, it could've just been a normal cat.
That the cat was black is probably just coincidental. Maybe the cat just likes to do that. Plus inside the house is probably warm so the cat returns day after day. Cats also like the protective cover of darkness so it leaves at sunrise.