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— by iamsomedude iamsomedude
If we really want to get a bit in depth; let's have some fun with this ...

First thing, it was the boy that caught Thing one and Thing two in the net of which could reference the masculine energy must do the work, while the feminine energy assists.

Next, since "Cake" refers to "placenta", when the Cat in the Hat falls off the ball, the boat (vessel) lands in the cake (placenta) to which the fish (possibly a reference to the Hat the Pope wears?) responds:

"You sank our toy ship,
you sank it deep in the cake.
You shook up our house
and you bent our new rake."


This could be alluding to the PLACENTA (See 1 USC 8: placenta is part of a stage of development of a Homo-Sapien (family, genus, species)) being used to create SPLIT-TITLE (Title/TITLE) to an Earthen-VESSEL (Trust: Earth-and-VESSEL) which is then "sent out to sea" (engaged in commercial warfare: to actively act in debt (sin) which is warring against God) as part of a "re-legion" (Legion of VATICAN: Naval Maritime Vessel/ VASSAL of SATAN: the beast comes from the "sea" (Holy See/ HOLY SEE)) and the act of creating as vessel is REGISTERED via the birth record creating a "House of LastName" of which SUR-NAME (NAME in SERVICE) stands as a SLAVE-NAME under Roman Law, placing the "House of LastName" under service with the VATICAN as BENEFICIARY (shook up our house) until one places Title/TITLE (Thing one and Thing two: Name/NAME) BACK-IN-THE-BOX (Trust: Earthen-VESSEL).


Now looking up "rake": http://etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=rake (I'll let you all follow the links from there)

rake (n.1) "toothed tool for drawing or scraping things together," Old English raca "rake," earlier ræce, from Proto-Germanic *rak- "gather, heap up" (source also of Old Norse reka "spade, shovel," Old High German rehho, German Rechen "a rake," Gothic rikan "to heap up, collect"), from PIE *reg- (1) "move in a straight line" (source also of Greek oregein "to reach, stretch out," Latin regere "direct, rule; keep straight, guide;" see regal), perhaps via its action, or via the notion of "implement with straight pieces of wood" [Watkins].

regal (adj.) late 14c., from Old French regal "royal" (12c.) or directly from Latin regalis "royal, kingly; of or belonging to a king, worthy of a king," from rex (genitive regis) "king," from PIE root *reg- "move in a straight line," hence, "direct in a straight line, rule, guide" (source also of Sanskrit raj- "a king, a leader;" Avestan razeyeiti "directs;" Persian rahst "right, correct;" Latin regere "to rule," rex "a king, a leader," rectus "right, correct;" Old Irish ri, Gaelic righ "a king;" Gaulish -rix "a king," in personal names, such as Vircingetorix; Gothic reiks "a leader;" Old English rice "kingdom," -ric "king," rice "rich, powerful," riht "correct;" Gothic raihts, Old High German recht, Old Swedish reht, Old Norse rettr "correct"). Related: Regally.

rake (n.2) "debauchee; idle, dissolute person," 1650s, shortening of rakehell. Hogarth's "Rake's Progress" engravings were published in 1735. (Does the Devil like "idle hands"?)

debauchee (n.) 1660s, from French débauché "debauched (person)," noun use of past participle of debaucher (see debauch) ...

debauch (v.) 1590s, from Middle French débaucher "entice from work or duty," from Old French desbaucher "to lead astray," supposedly literally "to trim (wood) to make a beam" (from bauch "beam," from Frankish balk or some other Germanic source akin to English balk (n.)). A sense of "shaving" something away, perhaps, but the root is also said to be a word meaning "workshop," which gets toward the notion of "to lure someone off the job;" either way the sense evolution is unclear.

rioter (n.) late 14c., "debauchee," from Old French riotour, from riote, (see riot (n.)). Meaning "one who takes part in a rising or public disturbance against authority" is from mid-15c.

bend (v.) Old English bendan "to bend a bow; confine with a string, fetter," causative of bindan "to bind," from Proto-Germanic base *band- "string, band" (source also of Old Norse benda "to join, strain, strive, bend"), from PIE root *bhendh- "to bind" (source also of Gothic bindan, Old High German bintan, Sanskrit badhnati "binds," Lithuanian bendras "partner;" Old Persian bandaka- "subject").



So, playing the fool, the Cat in the Hat bent their new rake which could allude to the Cat debauching (leading astray) the children while their mother was out (causing a riot of which riot also means laughter: FUN, as promised), binding/bonding them to a reduction of their regalness: Status with God in exchange for STATUS (in rebellion), which leads to him bringing in the Box (Trust: Earthen-VESSEL) containing Thing one and Thing two so the children could continue to act in intercourse with the Cat in the Hat.

While the Mother was out, the Fish (possibly a reference to the Hat the Pope wears?) is merely a guardian (trustee of the house) and keeps reminding the Cat in the Hat: "You SHOULD NOT be here while their mother is not." which is just a SUGGESTION not a COMMAND, and even if it were a COMMAND, the Cat in the Hat merely keeps ignoring the Fish (Satan had permission from God to test Job, so Satan has permission here) renegotiating with the Children thru ADVERT-ENTICEMENTS of FUN.

Which ultimately leads to this: The CAT in the HAT is nothing more than the deceiver (Devil) in this form (Cat in the Hat) playing games with those with idle hands for "Idle hands are the devil’s workshop; idle lips are his mouthpiece - Proverbs 16:27"; also stated: Idle hands are the Devil's playthings.

But the Devil (Satan) is in enmity with the woman for the Satan is bound under the curse of Genesis 3, thus the Cat in the Hat had to leave before the Mother returned, but only AFTER the boy corralled Thing one and Thing two and returned them back into the Box (put the Name/NAME into the trust: earthen-VESSEL containing both Title/TITLE: Earth-and-VESSEL), thus the children failed to be ADVERTLY-ENTICED to DISHONOR their mother for "Children, obey your parents in the Lord: for this is right. Honour thy father and mother; (which is the first commandment with promise;) That it may be well with thee, and thou mayest live long on the earth." - Ephesians 6:1-3, therefore the children chose to remain usufruct of the tree of life and the Cat in the Hat was left to clean up his playthings and restore the house.



~ Boris

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