If you ever owned a dog, a cat, or any other kind of animal to which you grew attached, you may have wondered whether or not that animal had a spirit. Humakind through the ages have pondered the same question. Animals- whose vast numbers stretch into the millions-are ubiquitous as our co-inhabitants on planet Earth. Does something intangible live within their furry vessels? And if so, could it be the sole purpose for their vitality?


Order of Animal Spirits


  The NEXT Chapter of "Creature Taxonomy."

The taxonomic organization of species is hierarchical. Each species belongs to a genus, each genus belongs to a family, and so on through order, class, phylum, and kingdom. Associations within the hierarchy reflect evolutionary relationships, which are deduced typically from morphological and physiological similarities between species. So, for example, species in the same genus are more closely related and more alike than species that are in different genera within the same family.


A zygote (from Greek ζυγωτός zygōtos "joined" or "yoked", from ζυγοῦν zygoun "to join" or "to yoke"), is the initial cell formed when two gamete cells are joined by means of sexual reproduction. In multicellular organisms, it is the earliest developmental stage of the embryo.

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  • Creature Taxonomy (Part I) - Published 2013
  • Creature Spirit Zygote (Part II) - Published 2014
  • Creature Spirit Incarnation (Part III) - Published 2014

A Letter to The Creation Institute:

I've been studying taxonomy lately, just as a hobby, and I am outraged at the amount of evolutionary bias that's infiltrated this field! Birds classified as a subclass of reptiles, fossilized pig-like animals called ceteceans, fossilized reptiles called mammals based only on their teeth! It's incredible! (literally - not credible) I know absolutely that every animal can easily be placed into a specific group of animals...but because of this evolutionary bias, it's getting harder to decypher the facts versus their opinions. For example; the difference between dromeosaurs and birds, or where exactly ambulocetus should be placed, or where the line should be between therapsids and mammals.


Creatures of instinct, born only to be caught and destroyed, and like animals they too will perish - 2 Peter 2:12.

The keywords here are "creatures and instinct."

Instinct: A natural or intuitive way of acting or thinking

Creatures = nephesh = living being (with life in the blood) = Living Spirits

"Accordingly, the Hebrew word nephesh, although (incorrectly) translated as "soul" in some older English Bibles, actually has a meaning closer to "living being". Nephesh was rendered in the Septuagint as ψυχή (psūchê), the Greek word for soul. The New Testament also uses the word ψυχή, but with the Hebrew meaning and not the Greek."

The Spirit is the life of both human and creature. Without a Spirit a creature (or human) would have a lifeless body.


"To identify animals and learn more about them, it helps to become familiar with the way they are classified. Biologists arrange animals into groups on the basis of traits Which they share with other animals and their genetic relationships with each other. This orderly way of classifying animals forms the basis of the field of study called taxonomy. Modern scientific taxonomy is based on physical characteristics (analyzed as teeth, skin, fur, feather, or scale patterns, size, or the structure of body parts) and on genetic characteristics. Some key characteristics are basic to taxonomic descriptions."


"When it comes to taxonomy, preachers and professors don't always see eye to eye. When most people think of taxonomy, they think of the biological practice of classifying and grouping organisms. However, taxonomy is much older than modern biology, and early examples of rough classification schemes can be found in the Bible."

According to Genesis 1, the first chapter of the Bible, God created everything "according to its kind." Does this mean that God performed for each kind a distinct act of creating? This was the belief for centuries, into the 18th and 19th century: the different kinds are unchangeable and each is created separately by God. The idea of a "transformation of kinds" arose in the 19th century: the kinds have gradually developed from the simplest beginnings to the highly complex mammals and to man; the kinds are not unchangeable and there are good natural explanations for the way in which they have come into being.

Creatures Spirits which are separated according to their kind.

Dog + Wolf = Possible

A wolfdog is a canid hybrid resulting from the mating of a gray wolf and a dog. The term "wolfdog" is preferred by most of the animals' proponents and breeders because the domestic dog was taxonomically. (It obtains the Spirit of a Dog/Canidae)

Offspring resulting from the interbreeding between two animals or plants of different species. See also hybrid speciation. Hybrids between different subspecies within a species (such as between the Bengal tiger and Siberian tiger) are known as intra-specific hybrids. Hybrids between different species within the same genus (such as between lions and tigers) are sometimes known as interspecific hybrids or crosses. Hybrids between different genera (such as between sheep and goats) are known as intergeneric hybrids. Extremely rare interfamilial hybrids have been known to occur.

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 Dog (canidae) Spirit, Cat (felidae) Spirit, Goat (Bovidae) Spirit, Crocodile (Crocodylidae) Spirit, etc.

Creatures were created with their own individual spirits according to their kind.

"God had created all intelligent forms of life, all of it dated back to Him, and He had kick-started it and then put up a barrier between the species (or kinds) in order that each kind reproduced after its own kind."

"This means that at the moment that the spermatozoa of the dog meets the ovum of the dog and a zygote is formed, at the earliest moment of life . . . the spirit of a dog (canidae) enters that creature."

Zhongzhong and Huahua are the first monkeys cloned - TIME

For the first time, researchers have used the cloning method that produced Dolly the sheep to create two healthy monkeys, bringing science an important step closer to being able to do the same with humans.

Hybrid creatures can only be formed by splicing two animals of the same kind.

Do Animals have Spirits?

Yes, animals are given their spirits when the embryo is at its earliest stage, also known as the yolk or zygote stage.

What Occurs when creature spirits pass-away?

  1. The Spirit of the Creature returns to God from which it came.
  2. The Creature's vessel returns to the Earth and turns to dust.

the spirit (in all creation which has the breathe of life) returns to God who gave it - Ecclesiastes 12:7.