Cats in Ancient Egypt: Guardians, Companions, and Rat-Catchers

Cats hold a special place in the hearts of people around the world, but their unique bond with humans can be traced back to ancient times. Among the ancient civilizations, none revered and cherished cats quite like the ancient Egyptians. They not only domesticated cats but also esteemed them for their exceptional ability as rat-catchers.
Cats in Ancient Egypt: Guardians, Companions, and Rat-Catchers

Religious Automata, Ancient Robots and Miracles: 4,000 Years of Deception

The term “robot” was first introduced by Czech writer Karel Čapek in 1920 in his play “RUR”. Before the term robot was coined, mechanical machines and/or devices were referred to as automaton or automata.
Religious automata have been used for centuries to sway public perception and opinion into a doctrine or other they might not have chosen if it hadn’t been for the ‘miracles’ people witnessed being performed by said automata.