First off, I still think we're not connecting on the infohazards bit. Take a look at pages tagged infohazardous, and you'll see why treating it as a broad category doesn't make a whole lot of sense.
So, about the omniscience - there may have been a lack of clarity on my part. I'm also not sure if the entity in question is 'knowledgeable' in the listed fields or has total understanding - there's a significant difference between the two. The first one is reasonable, but I'm not sure why we would mention it. The second is a little too close to omniscience without proper explanation. I did assume the second one. There's a good chance it was edited before I responded. Either way, I apologize for the confusion.
The SCP wiki is a little weird in that there isn't a set canon - articles are often contradictory - but there are a few common themes that are adhered to. That particular SCP you've mentioned SCP-2237 is also set in the distant future.
But anyway, both of those statements are pretty minor compared to the conceptual flaws in the draft. We have an ancient entity (that somehow speaks English and prefers to look like a cat) that doesn't like its world being anomalous, but has turned itself into the Foundation. I'm not sure why the Foundation is bothering to pamper this entity, either. It's got predictive effects, an infinite dictionary, and levitation abilities.
That's just a collection of details, some of which (especially Foundation pampering) will probably not be well-received without a strong reasoning behind why. There's no cohesion between any of those snippets.
There isn't any background on why the interview happened at all, or why anyone would respond as they did.
I'd take this over to Ideas and Brainstorming and get this down to a core concept and story - as it stands it's very confused and scattered.