>The red carpet is used at the Oscars when dishing out awards.
The red carpet is also used outside of 10 Downing street in The UK
where the prime minister lives. but where does the red carpet originate
>According to some sources its from ancient Greek mythology.
>In The Iliad, Agamemnon was the commander of the Greek forces
in the Trojan War. Agamemnon was the king of Mycenae and his brother
Menelaus was the king of Sparta. According to mythology when he
returned from the war with Troy he walked upon a red carpet which was
to welcome him home and this is where the origins of the red carpet
actually come from according to Wikipedia.
>But this is very unlikely theres
dispute about carpet color in the Agamemnon, its quite likely that
purple carpets would have been more standard than red Ancient Greece
and Rome. Purple was the color from Ancient Greece that was associated
with royalty, with Tyrian purple in Ancient Greece one of the most
expensive dyes to purchase. So early red carpets were more than likely
>So where does the red carpet originate from?
>The red carpet represents quite literally the bloodline. Its a
carpet which is the color of red to represent blood. All of these
celebrities are actually Freemasons and they are all interrelated hence
why they walk upon a red carpet. Its a corrupt system and the only way
to get famous is from being related to a celebrity. This is true of the
prime minister of the UK where there is a red carpet outside his
residence and he belongs to a club called the Bullingdon club
which includes the likes of the Mayor of London Boris Johnson and the
prime minister David Cameron of the UK. They are all interrelated.