The symbolic origin of the red carpet

I may have stumbled across the origin of this symbolic practice in the middle of watching the movie Patton. Click through for the larger version.

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Woo XP to whoever best describes what I’m guessing here.

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13 Responses to The symbolic origin of the red carpet

  1. Mark says:

    Blood oozing down from the altar.

  2. Texan TT says:

    The blood from human sacrifices flowing down the pyramid steps? (Homo sapiens are wonderful creatures aren’t they.)

  3. Phelps says:

    The blood of defeated enemies flowing down the steps.

  4. Heaviside says:

    You think it represents blood flowing down from a sacrificial altar.

  5. A victorious tribal warrior wading through the blood of his slain enemies?
    A hero walking down his destined path, clearly laid out before him?
    A bunch of commoners parting ranks, forming an aisle to let the high status winner pass?

  6. Aeoli Pera says:

    We have all the necessary parts. Now go deeper!

    Edit: This video was supposed to start around the 14:20 mark.

  7. Aeoli Pera says:

    A counterfactual to follow: This picture explains WHY human sacrifice on top of pyramids has seemed like such a good idea to so many people.

  8. Obadiah says:

    Legit and pyramid pilled

  9. Obadiah says:

    13000 years from now, right before the next genetic harvest of the planet, people will be think-typing into their organo-mind networks about how the practice of erecting giant treestumps with carpets of Nobilid-posting scrawl-text leading down their steps came about.

  10. Did you notice that the walls inside of the door are also red as the priest emerges from them? So for me this clearly shows that it is as much about blood sacrifice as war rape and breeding a new generation, to serve Patton: the triumphant war god, from the wombs of the wives of the slain enemies. In other words: we iz teh winnerz and muh dick iz bigger cuz ur bitch even told me so hurhurhur. Pure human high culture.

  11. A ceremonial representation of ‘Imma fuck yo bitch’

  12. Julian says:

    If the red carpet symbolizes blood spilling from the altar of human sacrifice, why follow it to the top? Does the act of walking a red carpet symbolically represent one’s willingness to be next on the chopping block?

  13. Jalanda Seaborn says:

    The red carpet is the deliverance of a blood sacrifice to Satan.

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