Today We, Zarathustra the Cat are revealing to the world an original version of the famous Michelangelo fresco at Sistine Chapel: The creation of Adam, that appeared to be the Creation of cAt-dam.
They say that in the Hebrew language “׳āḏām” means “human” They also say that ׳āḏām is linked to its triliteral root אָדָם (A-D-M ), meaning “red”, “fair”, “handsome”. OMG, why you humans don’t see the evident thing – Adam was a ginger cat!
Genius Michelangelo discovered this and painted his fresco. One can see how the Cat kindly accepted to be created by God, as we, cats, kindly accept to be cared by humans
The fresco was commissioned work, and the client was Pope Julius II, the most active and significant patron of the art of his time. He didn’t approve cat’s version of the fresco, finding it too modern for the chapel, and asked Michelangelo to be just a little bit closer to the client’s brief. So the commonly known version of the masterpiece appeared at the ceiling of Sistine Chapel in Vatican – The Creation of Adam
But you know that the Creation of Adam (man) was less important than the Creation of cAt-dam
Thus speaks Zarathustra the Cat