We don’t know when the tradition of the red shoes began. But we know it goes back at least to circa 550 B.C. when a pair of rose-red slippers led to the slave girl, Rhodopis, becoming the bride of Pharoah Amasis. It occurred when she was bathing in her garden pool. It is a common theme for the gods to take an interest in beautiful young women when they bathe. In this case it was the form of an eagle that responded. It,
swooped right down and picked up one of her rose-red slippers in its talons. Then it soared up into the air again on its great wings and, still carrying the slipper, flew away to the south over the valley of the Nile. … [T]he eagle seemed to have been sent by the gods – perhaps by Horus himself whose sacred bird he was. For he flew straight up the Nile to Memphis and then swooped, down towards the palace. … Down over the courtyard swooped the eagle and dropped the rose-red slipper of Rhodopis into Pharaoh’s lap. …
Pharaoh was so moved by what had happened that he issued a decree:
“Let my messengers go forth [taking] with them this rose-red slipper which the divine bird of Horus has brought to me, and let them declare that her from whose foot this slipper came shall be the bride of Pharaoh!”
It is a common theme in ancient times for deities, kings and princes (who were typically thought to be deities or half-deities) to abduct beautiful women and make them their consort or queen, and bring forth royal seed by them. This ancient Eyptian story uses the abduction of the red slippers to confer on this beautiful slave girl a royal status that she could hitherto only dream of.
Hans Christian Anderson apparently knew about the red shoes, when in 1845 he published:
There was once a little girl who was very pretty and delicate, but in summer she was forced to run about with bare feet, she was so poor, and in winter wear very large wooden shoes, which made her little insteps quite red, and that looked so dangerous!
The theme is familiar. We start with a beautiful but poor and long-suffering girl. In this case an old Dame notices her and provides the red shoes that transitions her to a life of royal luxury. This seems like a subtle reference to the magic of witchcraft. Old Dames are typically witches in tales such as this as well as in myth and legend.
In the middle of the village lived old Dame Shoemaker; she sat and sewed together, as well as she could, a little pair of shoes out of old red strips of cloth; they were very clumsy, but it was a kind thought. They were meant for the little girl.
The shoes then arrive in the young girls life at a moment of deep trauma: the day of her mother’s burial. This makes subtle reference to ritual child abuse. It is known today that red shoes are worn by Luciferian practitioners during the ritual sacrifice of children. These same type of people ritually abuse other children sexually in order to traumatize and then program their minds so that the children, when grown, can be given positions of power and influence. Elite families do this to their own children, who when grown become royalty, aristocracy, or something similar in practice.
In the case of the little girl in The Red Shoes,
On the very day her mother was buried, Karen received the red shoes, and wore them for the first time. They were certainly not intended for mourning, but she had no others, and with stockingless feet she followed the poor straw coffin in them.
This event led directly to her induction into a royal family.
Suddenly a large old carriage drove up, and a large old lady sat in it: she looked at the little girl, felt compassion for her, and then said to the clergyman:
“Here, give me the little girl. I will adopt her!”
And Karen believed all this happened on account of the red shoes, but the old lady thought they were horrible, and they were burnt.
Disney (who was involved in the esoteric sciences) apparently knew about the red shoes. In the book, the Wizard of Oz, Dorothy didn’t wear ruby slippers. But in the Disney version she did. Witchcraft, gold (yellow bricks), and world power (the emerald city) were all involved.
Today we know that red shoes are used by Luciferians among the elite to confer, through their use in ritual blood sacrifice, wealth, fame, and power.
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