When you think about it, all cats think they are immortal and therefore some sort of deity.
When they are kittens, they go through their standard trials and tribulations and more often than not die as a result. Good news though - they have 9 lives, so boop, they are restored to full health. They have another couple of mishaps and each time boop, restore! Pretty soon, the cat is going "Heey, I'm invincible. Ain't nothing gonna take me out". Then "Invincible cats are better than mortals. I must be superior" Then "I'm a superior being - gods are superior beings. I must be a god" Then "Schrodinger got it right - I'm both alive and dead at the same time! This god thing is awesome!"
I normally wouldn't delve so deep into this territory, but it definitely goes along with the theme of the post. Forensic accounting, or tracking a subject's purchases or other transactions, is typically done after the fact, or as part of an ongoing investigation that lands you on their radar.
If they have no reason to dig into your history, they are almost garaunteed not to, too much else to do. Its still a big jab at Orwell's writing and ignores checks and balances, but it helps if you understand bureaucratic thinking, since it will be office monkeys that are typically tasked with mundane research like that.