Saturday, 12 July 2014

Shoes the hidden MagicK of the crime.... Nike for Bikies?

The Owl and the Pussycat?  Pussycat was the name of the game back when Abe Saffron opened the Original Pink Pussycat Club.  Infamous some said.  Yet we have the shoe dances that happened in the brothel I will say for a reason.  
The court notes said brown shoes, yet the Scorpion related his bill to a Shoebill Pelican for the Nature's law that I knew about with the Freemason's the links were left in nature for the pattern to move through the Moscow Nursery Rhymes.
Shoes I thought, Abe Saffron was known to have Zappo's shoes with handmade suits.  Well I knew where the suits came from my Uncle for some.  
We had the connections with Mr Hugh Bond 007 as he is known in Kings Cross with the shoes.  We had the Puss and Boots for the tales relating or the Cinderella and the glass slipper, we had Dorothy's magic ruby shoes in the Wizard of Oz?  Was Oz for Australia?  Wizard for the master of the drug network. 
We had Aleister Crowley with the Liber Oz?  Was this the link back in time to the 1800's when Rothschild and Aleister Crowley joined for the Golden Dawn as Bill Bayeh called it the Gold Step for the Horse racing to Judge Woods? 
We have the stories as I have exposed where the shoes dance for the majicK to open the Earth's chakra to heal the world.  There is a phrase "if the shoe fits, wear it".  
The working girls would have the shoes, the guy with the thigh high black boots of patent leather as I knew it was the look.  Like the cowboy boots, or the motorcycle boots yet the Red Scorpion gang in Kings Cross had no red scorpion around them they were hidden from the public light.
The cowboy boots of the snake skin Alex had kept all for a reason I thought.  
I thought about the Jews as Abe Saffron a Jew and this gang was centred around Jewish customs.  Jews and Shoes?  Song of Songs 7.2 reads, "How beautiful are thy feet in sandals".  Yet the shoes were the connection one after another I could see linking together.
The Talmud (Shabbat 129a) declares: "A person should sell the roof beams of his house to buy shoes for his feet."
According to the Code of Jewish law (the Shulchan Aruch), when putting on shoes, the right shoe goes on first. When tying shoes. the left shoe is tied first. When shoes are taken off, the left shoe comes off first. This custom is based on the belief that the right is more important than the left. Therefore, the right foot should not remain uncovered while the left is covered. Shoes should be tied from the left since knotted teffilin is worn on the left arm.
Yet is the left hand for drugs, as they are shaking the murders, the extortion and fraud from the right hand for the wall of silence.  I am talking about the underworld.  It happens around the world yet how the shoes dance and are sent is this the way we need to focus upon?
There are times in Jewish life when the wearing of shoes is forbidden. When the priestly blessing is given in traditional synagogues, the kohanim remove their shoes outside the sanctuary before their hands are washed by the Levites and before giving the priestly blessing. Removing the shoes avoids the possibility of embarrassment in the event that one of the kohanim has a torn shoe lace and remains behind to tie his shoes while his brethren are blessing the congregation.
There is also a custom amongst certain chassidic groups to remove their (leather) shoes before approaching the gravesite of a holy person. This tradition goes back to the command to Moses when he approached the Burning Bush (Exodus 3:5), "Remove your shoes from your feet, for the place on which you stand is holy ground"
Note this is a link to the Burning Bush which Moses saw.  I thought the link to the alleged name change from Schreff to Bush for the Bush family was the link.
On the historic day of mourning, Tisha b'Av, Jews are prohibited from wearing leather shoes. The same prohibition applies on Yom Kippur to show remorse and penance.
In the Book of Isaiah (20:2), Isaiah is commanded to remove his sandals as a sign of mourning. Shoes also play a part in the mourning period after a death. During the period of shiva, the seven days of mourning, leather shoes may not be worn. In Talmudic times, both the pall bearers and the mourners went barefoot.
If the support of a leather shoe is necessary for medical reasons, the preservation of health overrules the prohibition. If someone has to leave the house, leather shoes may be worn, but they should be removed when the person returns home for shiva. If the mourner is going to synagogue for services during shiva, leather may also be worn, though the shoes should be removed at the synagogue.
In all of these exceptions, an unusual practice is required. When the wearing of leather is permitted, a little earth or pebble is placed in the shoes to remind the wearer that they are in mourning.
The link to the stone, the magicK word for the hidden crypt is the Ruby shoes like the Wizard of Oz?
The question of shoes also arises in Jewish burials. The body of the deceased may be wearing shoes, but only if the shoes are made of linen or cotton. Most Jews are buried in a shroud which covers the feet, so the issue never arises.
Of all the Jewish customs involving shoes, the most unusual and fascinating is that of the laws of halitzah. Going back to Deuteronomy (25:5-9), when a married man dies childless, leaving an unmarried brother, the brother is obligated to marry his widowed sister-in-law. The rationale for what was called a levirate marriage was to continue the name, the assets and the soul of the deceased brother through the subsequent marriage and children.
Reference to this practice is also found in the Book of Ruth 3:4 when Naomiinstructs Ruth to go to the granary at night, lie next to Boaz and to uncover his feet.
The brother could also opt to release her to marry someone else. This is the ceremony of halitzah. The widow and her brother-in-law appear before a rabbinical court, a beth din, consisting of five members. The brother-in-law wears on his right foot what is known as the halitzah shoe. This special shoe is made from the skin of a kosher animal and consists of two pieces sown together with leather threads. It must not contain metal and is designed like a moccasin with long straps.
The widow declares that her brother-in-law refuses to marry her, and he confirms it as directed in Deuteronomy (25:7 and 9). She then places her left hand on his calf, undoes the laces with her right hand, removes the shoe from his foot, throws it to the ground, and spits on the ground in front of him. Thebeth din then recites the formula releasing all obligations.
The shoe is a symbol of the transaction. This tradition is part of the color and romance of Jewish tradition and life.
Where are the drugs, they are the transactions.  In Kings Cross it is the points and how this network exists in Kings Cross is untouched with the large drug busts so how is it happening?
It is also part of the spiritual tradition. The Kabbalists describe the body as "the shoe of the soul." Just as shoes protect feet from the dirt, so too does the soul require the body as a shoe to protect it during its journey in the physical world.
The Kabbalists is the link to Rosaleen Norton and the link to the silver shoes I noted within The Kings Cross Sting.  Sex worker Michelle would wear Purple material high heels, those would be shared between a few as they came for the dance on the hidden crypt I noted.
Where the shoe fits?

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