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If your spirit guide is the Cheshire Cat, yep, the grinning trickster from Wonderland, then you have amazing insight into crazy, mixed-up world around you. First, however, we gotta provide a little background. The character of the Cheshire Cat comes from a much longer history than Lewis Carroll’s book which was published in 1865. In 1788 Francis Grose wrote, “He grins like a Cheshire cat; said of any one who shows his teeth and gums in laughing” in A Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue. The phrase appears again in Peter Pindar's Pair of Lyric Epistles (1792) and in William Makepeace Thackeray's The Newcomes (1855). There are historic references to cheese from Cheshire, England or happy cats from the dairy farms in Cheshire… point is that Lewis Carroll did invent the character, but not the figure of speech. So how can a grinning cat become a spirit guide for human beings? Well, remember the Cheshire Cat appears and disappears all the time, but always engages in thought-provoking conversations and teaches Alice all about Wonderland. While the Cheshire Cat befuddles Alice, the Cheshire Cat is also the only character in Wonderland who actually listens to Alice. So, the Cheshire Cat has a knack for questioning authority, appearing when needed, listening intently and teaching others how things actually work. Simply said, if you are a Cheshire Cat you have the ability to cut through the madness and absurdity of the world around you through communication. .