"Noble Tarkaan,' said the Cat in that silky voice of his, 'I just wanted to know exactly what we both meant today about Aslan meaning no more than Tash.'
"Doubtless, most sagacious of cats,' says the other, 'you have perceived my meaning.'
"'You mean, 'says Ginger, 'that there's no such person as either.'
"All who are enlightened know that,' said the Tarkaan.
"Then we can understand one another, 'purrs the Cat.
"And it would be better, wouldn't it, 'said Ginger, 'to let some of the more enlightened Narnians into our counsels, one by one as we find them apt. For the Beasts who really believe in Aslan may turn at any moment--and will, if the Ape's folly betrays his secret. But those who care neither for Tash nor Aslan but have only an eye to their own profit and such reward as the Tisroc may give them when Narnia is a Calormene province, will be firm.'
"Excellent, Cat,'said the Captain. 'But choose which ones carefully."
(The Last Battle by C.S. Lewis)