What Part Of Heaven Did The Dog Come From? And What Great Plans Did God Have For Creating The Dog Animal? Because when you look around Beloved, you see that there are over 200 different breeds of dogs who are serving Mankind, as well being their most faithful companion, and even allowing The Human Specie to pimp them. Also, The Dog Animal is always giving of itself, always protecting what is not its own, and always coming back for more even after its owner has just kicked it in the guts, and gave it some broken ribs.
And so this why you must join me in asking: What Part Of Heaven Did The Dog Animal Come From? Since no other animal is more playful, no other being enjoys the company of Humans as much as this animal does. And then there are the great parts that The Dog has played in every culture, in every civilization, in every nation, in every kingdom and nowadays in every single Human's life. So was it from The North Side Of Heaven, or The South Side that this great majestic animal came from? And Was God tyring to help out Mankind from his many trials and tribulations by giving him a faithful companion to always be there, helping him mentally, physically emotionally and even spiritually?
SO LET US SEE HOW MUCH IMPACT THE DOG HAS MADE EVER SINCE THIS AGE OF MAN BEGAN:
It has been said that All dogs can be traced back 40 million years ago to a weasel-like animal called the Miacis which dwelled in trees and dens. The Miacis later evolved into the Tomarctus, a direct forbear of the genus Canis, which includes the wolf and jackal as well as the dog. So All dogs, regardless of breed, are direct descendants of wolves and technically of the same species. (Again, this is what Scientists have claimed, and what may not have actually been).
The first dogs were self-domesticated wolves which, at least 14,000 years ago, became attracted to the first sites of permanent human habitation. The oldest known dog bones were found in Asia and date as far back as 10,000 B.C. The first identifiable dog breed appeared about 9000 B.C. and was probably a type of Greyhound dog used for hunting. So Dogs have lived with humans for over 14,000 years. Cats have lived with people for only 7,000 years Greyhounds appear to be the most ancient dog breed. "Greyhound" comes from a mistake in translating the early German name Greishund, which means "old (or ancient) dog," not from the color gray.
Dogs In Latin America Belief and Myth says that typically black or very dark in color, were often believed to carry or guide the newly dead souls across a large body of water or a river to the afterlife. People that had been abusive or cruel to dogs would be given a poor guide or a dog that was so dark it would become lost to the human souls in the water, ensuring they would remain forever outside of the afterlife. (Just in case, be mindful how you treat The Dog in your life) In early Greek mythology, a large three headed dog known as Cerberus keeps a watchful eye over Hades, preventing those people that have entered from escaping. Although in modern depictions Cerberus has three heads, earlier legends often have this dog having as many as fifty heads. The similarly-named Cerbura is the three-headed infernal dog of the Krishna legend. And a faithful dog named Katmir remained alert and guarded seven Muslim boys while they slept for 309 years.
Anubis is portrayed as a man with the head of a jackal-like animal. Unlike a real jackal, his head is black, representing his position as a god of the dead. There is a beautiful statue of him as a full jackal in the tomb of Tutankhamun. Anubis was a psychopomp, said to guide the souls of the dead for their judgement. Important to note that, Psychopomps are Guides of Souls, Ushers of the Dead, particular spirits, angels, animals or deities whose responsibility is is to escort the newly-deceased souls to the afterlife.
Pekingese and Japanese Chins were so important in the ancient Far East that they had their own servants and were carried around trade routes as gifts for kings and emperors. Pekingese were even worshiped in the temples of China for centuries. Ancient Egyptians revered their dogs so much so, that when a pet dog would die, the owners shaved off their eyebrows, smeared mud in their hair, and mourned aloud for days. And The names of 77 ancient Egyptian dogs have been recorded. The names refer to color and character, such as Blackie, Ebony, Good Herdsman, Reliable, and Brave One.
In Hindu religions the god of death, Yama, is usually always found with two dogs, each having four eyes. These dogs are responsible for searching out and finding people that are about to die, then directing Yama to them to be brought to hell if he or she is judged to be unworthy of heaven.
Mosaics meaning "Beware the Dog" would be found on doorsteps in ancient Roman cities. The world's first dog show was held in Britain in 1859. People in ancient China stayed warm by carrying toy breeds in their sleeves. The smallest mature dog was a Yorkshire Terrier that was 2 1/2 inches high at its shoulder. The heaviest dog ever weighed 319 pounds. The oldest dog ever died at age 29. The tallest dog ever was a Great Dane who stood 41 inches high. The first living creature sent into space was a female dog named Laika launched by the former USSR on November 3, 1957.
In ancient Greece, kennels of dogs were kept at the sanctuary of Asclepius at Epidaurus. Dogs were frequently sacrificed there because they were plentiful, inexpensive, and easy to control. During the July 25 celebration of the kunophontis ("the massacre of dogs"), dog sacrifices were performed to appease the ancestors of Apollo’s son, Linos, who was devoured by dogs.. And The dog was frequently depicted in Greek art, including Cerberus, the three-headed hound guarding the entrance to the underworld, and the hunting dogs which accompanied the virgin goddess of the chase, Diana.
The eerie Cwn Annwn. In Welsh mythology, Arawn rides with his white, red-eared hounds (the Cwn Annwn or Hounds of Annwn) through the skies in autumn, winter, and early spring. The baying of the hounds is identified with the crying of wild geese as they migrate, and the quarry of the hounds are the souls of the damned, being chased back to Annwn. Although visible to earthly dogs that howl with fright when encountering the Cwn Annwn, the Hounds of Annwn can't be seen by ordinary human beings.
In early Christian tradition, Saint Christopher, the patron saint of travelers, is sometimes depicted with a dog’s head. LET'S SEE HOW THE CHRISTIAN FAITH USES DOG ANALOGY:
‘But the Canaanite woman came and knelt before Jesus, saying "Lord held me". He answered "It is not fair to take the children’s food and throw it to the dogs." She said "Yes, Lord, yet even the dogs eat the crumbs that fall from their masters’ table."
There was a rich man who was dressed in purple and fine linen and who feasted sumptuously every day. And at his gate lay a poor man named Lazarus, covered with sores, who longed to satisfy his hunger with what fell from the rich man’s table; even the dogs would come and lick his sores…’
The dogs have a mighty appetite; they never have enough. But they are shepherds who have no understanding; they have all turned to their own way, each to his own gain, one and all.
"Do not give dogs what is holy, and do not throw your pearls before pigs, lest they trample them underfoot and turn to attack you.
Outside are the dogs and sorcerers and the sexually immoral and murderers and idolaters, and everyone who loves and practices falsehood.
SOME IMPORTANT THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT THE DOG:
Countess Karlotta Libenstein of Germany left approximately $106 million to her Alsatin, Gunther III, when she died in 1992.
The term "dog days of summer" was coined by the ancient Greeks and Romans to describe the hottest days of summer that coincided with the rising of the Dog Star, Sirius.
During the Renaissance, detailed portraits of the dog as a symbol of fidelity and loyalty appeared in mythological, allegorical, and religious art throughout Europe, including works by Leonardo da Vinci, Diego Velázquez, Jan van Eyck, and Albrecht Durer.
The most dogs ever owned by one person were 5,000 Mastiffs owned by Kubla Khan.
And In Iran, it is against the law to own a dog as a pet. However, if an owner can prove the dog is a guard or hunting dog, this restriction doesn’t apply.
Muslim reticence concerning dogs is perhaps due to the fact that rabies has always been endemic in the Middle East.
During the Middle Ages, mixed breeds of peasants’ dogs were required to wear blocks around their necks to keep them from breeding with noble hunting dogs.
The phrase "raining cats and dogs" originated in seventeenth-century England. During heavy rainstorms, many homeless animals would drown and float down the streets, giving the appearance that it had actually rained cats and dogs.
During the Middle Ages, Great Danes and Mastiffs were sometimes suited with armor and spiked collars to enter a battle or to defend supply caravans.
Scholars have argued over the metaphysical interpretation of Dorothy’s pooch, Toto, in the Wizard of Oz. One theory postulates that Toto represents Anubis, the dog-headed Egyptian god of death, because Toto consistently keeps Dorothy from safely returning home.
Dog laws include allowing police offers in Palding, Ohio, to bite a dog to quiet it.
In Ventura County, California, cats and dogs are not allowed to have sex without a permit.
And The Akita is considered worst than the Pit Bull, and is one of the most challenging dogs to own. Some insurance companies have even characterized it as the #1 "bad dog" and may even raise an Akita owner’s homeowner insurance costs.
OLD DOG SAYINGS About Dogs:
A barking dog never bites."
- describes people who sound more dangerous than they really are.
"Barking up the wrong tree." - means to look for something in the wrong place.
"Dog in a manger." - describes a person who keeps others from using something that he himself cannot use.
"Let sleeping dogs lie." - means to leave a situation undisturbed.
"Tail wagging the dog." - means that an unimportant member of a group is actually directing every one's activities.
"You can't teach an old dog new tricks." - is often used to describe a person who refuses to change their ways, or to learn a new way of doing things .
The Dog.. What Part Of Heaven Did This Animal Come From? And now You are a witness as to just how much work The Dog has done in the lives of many. Just how selfless is this animal, just how overprotective is this being of grace, and just how much Humans are loved by The Dog. And so in every way, The Dog has been an integral part of our lives, and has dedicated itself, through over 200 breeds, to love us, to work for us, to play sports with us, to adore us, and to defend us to the death.
So this animal, The Dog, must have come from The North Side Of The Highest Heaven, where The Great Congregation Of God Meets to praise, to worship, to give counsel, to honor... And all the while The Dog is laying at God's Feet forever watching, forever wagging its tail at the new Humans appearing before God's Throne, and forever Loving God and His most Prized Creation, You and Me... So Starting today, You Must Do Whatever It Takes To Get To Know The Dog Along With All Other Animals That God Has Created, Because You Are Just Missing Out On Their Loving Capabilities. Your Dog Loving Advocate, James Dazouloute
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WATCH VIDEO OF SOME FUNNY DOGS COMPILATION...