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In this article, we will explore a story of some of the corrupt fairy tales that inspired our favorite childhood films, the story of Aladdin.

He was always one of our favorite characters growing up. He was smart, he could survive on his own, and he had a magic genie, but unfortunately, Disney's version of Aladdin is very different from the fact Aladdin in the past, unlike Disney's version, this story that we'll mention in the article contains a lot of secrets from murders, lies, theft, spying on, and everything related to unfortunate behavior. Before we get into it, let's get to know what's going on in the animation quickly. Just sit back and press the blog follow-up button to bring you all new and enjoy. 

The truth of Aladdin's story and the magic lamp


The truth of Aladdin's story and the magic lamp

The story we've all seen in Disney films tells of an orphaned young man named Aladdin. He lives in the city of Agarba, which is ruled by a kind-hearted sultan with his wonderful daughter Yasmine. Despite her father, Yasmine refuses to marry a suitor and meets Aladdin after she leaves the palace. The two quickly become friends, but the guard arrests Aladdin, and then tells Jafar, the sultan's secretly evil advisor to Jasmine, that Aladdin has been executed. Then, while dressed as an old man, Aladdin helps escape from prison, asking him to go to a magic cave and recover his lamp, Aladdin finds himself trapped in the cave, but accidentally summons the magic genie from the lamp, which helps him escape.

Genie in Aladdin's Lamp 

Genie in Aladdin's Lamp

Aladdin has three wishes for the genie to give him, and the first thing he asks is to be a prince so he can marry Princess Yasmine. Note, it wasn't in this prince's version of Aladdin, also known as Ali from Abawa, but they ended up falling in love with each other very quickly. Later, Jafar manages to steal the lamp away from Aladdin, uses his desires to become a powerful magician, and reveals Aladdin's true identity to Princess Yasmine. But Aladdin deceives Jaafar to surround himself in the lamp. The film ends with the editing of Aladdin's genie, and he and Jasmine plan to get married. Isn't that a good story?

The real place for Aladdin's story is in China and Africa

Disney really knows what you're doing. I think you should, though, if you're going to create stories that go into the hearts of families and families. To create stories like this, 'Aladdin and the Magic Lamp' is a beautiful addition to the 'A Thousand and One Nights' collection, which is basically just a huge collection of stories a long time ago. But the only thing I want to clarify is that despite the prevailing belief, Aladdin's story was not originally included in that collection, but was later added along with two other stories by an interpreter.

The difference between Aladdin's real story and the dream 

  1. Including Aladdin's story in that collection as well as the Disney film gives the impression that Aladdin's story always occurs in the Middle East. But in fact, the real place for Aladdin's story is in China and Africa. 
  2. Another big difference between the story and the film, in the story, Aladdin is poor and Tim lives with his mother. But the truth is that it is not, at first his father died because of his disappointment with Aladdin because his son was very failed. I may look very harsh on Aladdin, but I don't feel bad because despite being the direct cause of his father's death, he refused to change his failed life. 

until his father's brother, his 'long-lost uncle', bumps into him in the street. Which is, not really his uncle. This character was the inspiration for Jafar. That night, Aladdin, his mother and his fake uncle had dinner together. His fake uncle asked him what he was doing for a living. When this happens, his mother immediately bursts into tears as she resents the at her son is also a loser.

'Don't worry, ' said uncle. 'I'll help you get on your feet.

'I'll buy a shop, 'and you can be a merchant.' The next day, the fake uncle takes Aladdin for a stroll around the area and shows him the sights, and buys him a new suit.

Fake uncle takes Aladdin for a walk around the area


Fake uncle takes Aladdin for a walk around the area

Everything looks great at this point, but it all changes the next day. Uncle Aladdin took out for another walk, but this time the walk is much longer and they end up in a mysterious desert at the campfire. Aladdin is preparing to rest after his long day of travel, but the fake uncle hides other secrets and plans. He takes powder from his bag, throws it over the campfire, and says some magical words. The ground beneath it begins to vibrate immediately, Aladdin panics and just tries to get dressed, but his uncle shows him a mysterious hole that has appeared in the ground in front of them. Uncle Aladdin tells that the trap door leads to a cave containing a treasure that can only be his own, which is why he took him to the mountains in the desert. He tells him what the treasure is, how to avoid traps inside, everything he needs to know and gives him a magic ring in case he has any problem. 

The fake uncle deceives Aladdin and convinces him to enter an underground hole

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Believe it or not, Aladdin finds the treasure unhindered.  It wasn't until he returned to his fake uncle that things started to get worse. He returned to the entrance and before he could get out, his uncle said, 'Hello, give me this lamp!' Aladdin replied, 'No, let me out of this scary cave' with all the traps in it first, 'Then you can see the lamp.' He sits there for two days before he loses hope and begins to pray. But when he collects his hands, he accidentally rubs the magic ring his uncle gave him and the genie comes out to say, 'Do you want a gift?'

Aladdin finds the treasure 

Aladdin finds the treasure

Of course, Aladdin answers, 'I want to get out of this cave', and almost immediately, he is moved to his mother's house with his lamp, in addition to some priceless jewelry.

Aladdin is taken to his mother's house with a lamp

Aladdin is taken to his mother's house with a lamp

He tells his mother about the fake uncle, how he came back, and then does the same thing that all children of all ages do when they come home from an adventure, and ask for dinner. Well, his mother didn't bring any dinner, so he volunteers to sell the lamp and buy dinner with it. His mother takes a cloth and wipes the lamp to look beautiful, but suddenly a gruesome genie appears out of nowhere and says, 'Do you want a gift?'

Aladdin's mother immediately passed out for fear of the magic man, but since Aladdin had already met the genie, he was not afraid at all.

Aladdin's mother faints when she sees the genie

Aladdin's mother faints when she sees the genie
Tell the genie to bring them something to eat, and the food was immediately on silver plates. Aladdin and his mother eat food, sell dishes for a huge amount and live on this money for a while.
Later, on a clear blue morning, the Sultan announced that his daughter would go to the bathroom and that everyone would stay inside and close their shutters to preserve her privacy. Aladdin listens to the request, but as we mentioned earlier, he is not exactly a typical citizen, so he sneaks into the bathroom to look at the princess and love her at first sight.

Aladdin meets Jasmine and falls in love with her

Aladdin meets Jasmine and falls in love with her

Aladdin then asks his mother to go to the Sultan with priceless jewelry and ask his daughter's hand to marry on his behalf, the jewels were enough to convince the Sultan. But when he turns to his adviser for advice, he tells him to wait three months so his son can find a gift worth more. 'Political corruption at its best. And to think, this story doesn't even happen in America. Two months later, the princess ends up marrying the chancellor's son, but Aladdin decides he will not give up. On the first night of their marriage, the genie orders the princess and her husband to be brought home. Aladdin then wishes that the husband would remain trapped outside in the cold all night, and then explain the situation to the princess.

And he won't hurt her, but the Sultan promised him her marriage, so he'll get him to do it. He sleeps properly next to her while enduring what is described as 'the most miserable night of her life'. The next day, the princess was returned to her mansion, and when she told her mother what had happened to her and her husband the night before, her mother said: 'Don't worry about it'. It was just a dream. 'Don't think about it anymore.' but that night, the exact same thing happened again. The next morning, the Sultan comes to wish his daughter a good morning, but she is deeply shocked by another terrifying night.

Because she sleeps next to a complete stranger and she can't talk.  She and her husband tell her father about their terrifying nights together and then ask her husband to break up to avoid further trauma. Another month passed and before she knew him, it was three months since the Sultan said Aladdin could marry his daughter. Aladdin, therefore, sends his mother to the palace to remind the Sultan of his promise. Now, at first, the Sultan wants to undo this deal, because Aladdin's mother looks much more poor than before, this time carrying no priceless jewelry.

Aladdin asks for Yasmine's hand 

Aladdin asks for Yasmine's hand

So as a way to try to get out of the deal, he made a strange request that he thought Aladdin would not be able to meet. He says Aladdin should send him '40 gold-filled basins' carried by 40 black slaves,' led by 40 white slaves, 'dressed in great clothes.' As you might expect, the Sultan said, 'Well, this was a very specific request' and this man has executed it perfectly. 'I have to meet him.' But before meeting the Sultan, Aladdin knew that he must seem at his best. He wished for a 'scented bath', an embroidered dress, and a 'horse that beats the Sultan', and the presence of 20 slaves'. In addition to six beautifully dressed slaves to take care of his mother and 10,000 gold pieces loaded in 10 bags.

But Aladdin still rolls into the palace on his beautiful horse with his slaves throwing gold coins at passers-by. The Sultan was immediately ready to marry Aladdin from his daughter, but Aladdin said, 'No, actually'. I think I should have the right palace for her first. 'Then he left and wished it would be done too. If you haven't noticed yet, Aladdin can offer a lot of wishes to the genie. 

The Sultan agrees to marry his daughter from Aladdin

The Sultan agrees to marry his daughter from Aladdin

After showing the Sultan the new palace the opposite of the story in disney, Aladdin marries the princess who seems to have just passed all those scary nights she had to spend with him, and the two were living happily. Overtime. Aladdin throughout the region was very popular among the country's citizens. In fact, he was so popular that the word "good deed" spread all the way to Africa, where his fake uncle fled. Well, it later became clear that the fake uncle was actually an African black magician who heard about the magic lamp and needed to trick a fool into going to the cave and getting it for him. Obviously, the powers of the lamp can only be used when the lamp is given to you by someone else, which is why Aladdin can use it after he gave it to his mother and then returned it. It's a similar concept to the film where Cave of Wonders only allows rough diamonds to enter. Well, after the magician discovered that Aladdin did not die in the cave and that he was already living a beautiful life, he knew that the lamp had something to do with him. While Aladdin was away somewhere on a several-day fishing trip, the magician got about a dozen new oil lamps and went to the palace dressed as an old merchant, offering to replace old lamps with new ones. The princess was still unaware of the magic power of the lamp, so she gave it to the magician who escaped to put his plan into practice. He made a wish for the luxurious new Aladdin Palace to be transferred to Africa with the princess.

The next morning, the Sultan looks out his window to see aladdin's palace has disappeared. Aladdin was immediately suspected of using some kind of magic to hide the palace and his daughter. He therefore sends his guards to retrieve Aladdin in chains and execute him immediately. It's very terrible timing because Aladdin is on his way back from the fishing trip when the guards intercepted him, so he doesn't even see his palace missing. So he was brought to the executioner's area with no idea what was going on.  Citizens who love Aladdin begin to riot in order for the Sultan to cancel the execution and explain the situation.

Aladdin is naturally shocked and frightened when he hears the news, asking the Sultan to give him 40 days to find the princess, which he gave him. And because he doesn't have the lamp, the man is useless. So after spending three days wandering around like a crazy person asking if anyone had seen his wife, he decided to end it all by throwing himself into the river. Just like in the cave, Aladdin brings his hands together to pray for the last time, and accidentally summons the genie in his magic ring. Remember, Marda was completely different. which helped Aladdin escape from the cave. Abdul-Khatami was much less powerful than Abdul Misbah. Aladdin wants to bring him to his wife, and the ring genie takes him to Africa directly outside the window of his old palace.

Shortly afterwards, he met with the princess explaining what had happened and how she had been deceived. The two then devise a plan to return to the magician once and for all. When that night comes, the magician comes to dinner and the princess pretends to have accepted Aladdin's death, and she is ready to celebrate her new life. The magician descends into the wine cellar to bring a bottle to celebrate, and as he leaves, Aladdin sneaks in and puts a poison in one of the cups. After a few minutes, the charming man drinks poison and dies, Aladdin wears the magician's jacket, pulls out the lamp, and transports them all to China with his palace.

However, Aladdin's story is not over yet. The magician had a younger brother who was more evil, and vowed to kill Aladdin and the Princess. His plan is more messy than Big Brother's. He travels to China, meets an old religious lady known for giving her blessings called Fatima, and threatens to give him her church uniform. After he wears it and covers the face with the niqab, he kills Fatima to avoid any witnesses. Then he goes to Aladdin's Palace and because of his clothes, everyone thinks it is the famous Fatima. The princess therefore has no problem inviting him to the palace and asking him to stay for a while. Make him watch the property and when they reach the Great Hall, he says it's beautiful but the only thing missing is a rock egg hanging from the ceiling. The princess can only agree, and soon after asks Aladdin if he can bring her a rock egg, he goes to the genie to ask the genie about a rock egg, but he was met with a sudden response. The genie launches a terrifying cry because it has finally reached its limits with desires. He shouts at Aladdin saying that he has done a lot for him at this stage. How dare he ask for his master's comment from the ceiling.

If you don't know, rock is a legendary predator in Middle Eastern mythology. Rockers can be so strong that he is the master of the genie, or at least this particular genie, who is offended by the request and refuses to grant more wishes to Aladdin and his wife. Before he leaves forever, he offers some advice. He says: 'By the way, you and your wife are ignorant, ungrateful and worthy of everything that happens to you, but Mrs Fatima is the fake Fatima who tricked you into revealing your ignorance.

He's actually the magician's brother. 'Enjoy this.'

- After this happens, Aladdin is finally untied, and tells the princess to come with the holy woman Fatima because he suffers from a headache and has not found medicine. When a fake Fatima approaches enough to examine him, he pulls a hidden blade and stabs her directly in the chest.

Of course the princess is afraid because she saw her husband stab an old lady, but Aladdin tells her to calm down. He pulls Fatima's false veil and reveals that she is the magician's brother. The story then concludes by saying: Aladdin and his wife lived in peace. He succeeded the Sultan after his death, and the king of many years 'leaving behind a long series of kings'. 

Aladdin and his wife lived in peace

Aladdin and his wife lived in peace

That was the story Aladdin and the Magic Lamp.  I hope you enjoyed it and learned the secrets hidden behind Aladdin's true story. I have to say, this has been long and it has taken a long time to summarize it correctly in a way that makes the most of it. If you have enjoyed this story and appreciate the effort, I would be very grateful to press the follow-up button so that we can reach our goal. Be sure to sign up and turn on notifications. This is so you don't miss any of my future articles and share this article with your friends and family who are also as much a fan of Disney films as you and don't know the true story of Aladdin. 


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