Can my pet Cat see projected Bion Bodies when it is Awake?

In footnote [159] of my book A Soliton and its owned Bions (Awareness and Mind), I describe my bion-body encounter with my pet cat in 2012. Here is a photo, taken in 2016, of this cat lying on the carpet in my house:

photo of my cat taken April 2016

I still have that cat living with me. About two weeks ago—I am writing this blog post on December 28, 2017—I saw that cat act in a strange way that I have seen before (perhaps an average of a few times a year I see the cat act this way): The cat appeared to be intensely watching something that I couldn’t see, and, in this case, after a while being motionless, the cat moved its head slowly as if it were following the movement of whatever it is that the cat was seeing. If you have a pet cat yourself, you may have noticed this occasional strange cat behavior.

Instead of seeing something, perhaps the cat was hearing something that I couldn’t hear (in general, as far as I know, cats have better hearing than humans). Or perhaps the cat was watching a small insect that from my vantage point I couldn’t see. Or perhaps some other mundane explanation. However, a non-mundane possible explanation is that my cat, and small cats in general, have bion vision composited onto their eyesight when awake. As stated in my book, bion vision has a short range of probably less than ten feet, so an animal’s projected bion-body could only be seen by the cat if it is nearby.

Last night I was remembering that recent cat behavior from about two weeks ago, and I thought, as I have thought before, that perhaps my cat was seeing a nearby projected bion-body (my past bion-body encounters with two different pet cats, described in my book, have already taught me that a pet cat can do a bion-body projection, and the 2012 encounter made it apparent that that projected cat had bion vision of cell-controlling bions that are away from their cells, because how else was that cat in its projected bion-body able to move fast around my projected bion-body if it couldn’t see my projected bion-body). When I woke up this morning (December 28, 2017), my unconscious mind had apparently been working on the problem of why my cat would have bion vision composited onto its eyesight when awake, because it quickly presented to my awareness its explanation (obviously we humans, at least most of us, myself included, don’t have this ability to see a projected bion-body when we are awake in our physical body).

Here is the explanation my unconscious mind presented to me: My cat’s ability to survive in the wild is improved by it being able to see any nearby projected bion bodies, because it can then see—if it is within the roughly ten-foot range of bion vision—the projected bion bodies of small sleeping animals in their underground burrows (or wherever a small animal is sleeping, hidden from a predator’s eyesight), and then that cat can, after locating the burrow’s opening, lie in wait for that small sleeping animal to exit its burrow after it wakes up, at which point the cat can catch and eat it.

After being up for the day, getting my breakfast and then thinking about my unconscious mind’s explanation, I decided to write this blog post. I already knew that small cats have excellent night vision, much better than humans; and in the wild, small cats can hunt at night. Doing a little research in preparation for writing this blog post, I found the following statement about cats in a Wikipedia article at

Cats normally demonstrate crepuscular behavior, bordering nocturnal, being most active in hunting and exploration at dusk and dawn.

The above-quoted statement about cats is compatible with small cats having bion vision composited with their eyesight, because, in general, depending on whether a small animal that is hidden from eyesight when asleep, is awake and active during the daytime or nighttime, that animal probably goes to sleep at around the time of dusk (if active during the daytime) or dawn (if active during the nighttime). For example, a nocturnal animal, such as a mouse, would, I suppose, typically go to sleep at around the time of dawn, and wake at around the time of dusk. Thus, for example, the cat can locate a hidden-from-eyesight sleeping mouse at around the time of dawn, and then remember that location and come back at around the time of dusk to lie in wait and capture that mouse when it exits its hiding place. Also, assuming an animal’s projected bion-body has the same size and shape as that animal’s physical body, the small cat, seeing the animal’s projected bion-body, would be able to ignore sleeping animals that are either too large for that cat to safely catch and kill, or too small to be worth the bother. Thus, small cats with such composite vision (combining bion vision with eyesight vision) would have a survival advantage over small cats with just eyesight vision. (For large cats such as lions and tigers, this survival advantage, for several reasons that I can think of, would be substantially less in their case, and I think it likely that the large cats have only eyesight vision when awake.)

Assuming my cat and other small cats have this bion vision composited onto their eyesight vision when the cat is awake, this ability has probably contributed to small cats being associated with so-called witches and associated with magic in general. This ability for small cats may also be the explanation for a story I remember reading sometime in the last year or two (I’d give a link to the story but I no longer remember where I read it), about a cat living in a nursing home in Florida who would go to a resident’s room and wait there, when that resident would be dead within 24 hours. If the story is true, perhaps the explanation is that that cat had noticed something different with regard to that resident’s cell-controlling bions that that cat could see with its bion vision, and the cat knew from experience that that noticed something is a sign of imminent death (I’m just guessing this), and that cat then waits in that resident’s room because it wants to see the formation and movement of that resident’s dense afterlife bion-body (small cats have a reputation for being curious).

Regarding a cat’s bion vision when awake, is it just the vision of cell-controlling bions that are away from their cells? Regarding this kind of bion vision, in my book’s subsection 5.2.2 Vision and Movement during my Bion-Body Projections, in footnote [36] I say:

Also, assuming subsection 3.8.6, to get replies from all nearby cell-controlling bions that are not currently with their cells, which is the case with the bions in a projected bion-body that is away from its physical body, the user_settable_identifiers_block parameter for the get_relative_locations_of_bions() call would have its USID_2 set to NOT_WITH_MY_CELL, and the other values of that parameter would be set to null.

Instead of having bion vision of nearby cell-controlling bions that are away from their cells, to have bion vision of nearby cell-controlling bions that are currently with their cells, USID_2 would be set to WITH_MY_CELL instead of NOT_WITH_MY_CELL. This kind of bion vision (USID_2 is set to WITH_MY_CELL), composited with its eyesight, would also be useful to a small cat to locate nearby small prey that are currently hidden from eyesight. Perhaps a small cat has both kinds of bion vision and can consciously switch between them when hunting.

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