In the Egyptian Eucharist the body of Osiris was broken and his flesh was ritualistically eaten in the form of broken bread.
The blood of Osiris turned water into wine and was drank in the form of wine.
In the Americas the Aztecs in Mexico made an image of Huitzilopochtli out of dough which was broken into pieces and solemnly eaten by his worshipers.
The ceremony is called Teoqualo which means God is eaten.
These are direct parallels to the Christian Eucharist or Holy Communion where bread and wine are supposed to be the flesh and blood of Jesus.
This strange practice has it’s beginnings in the former sky when Mars entered the watery abyss or circumstellar cloud of Saturn turning it a red color or water into wine. Plasma interactions made it look as if Mars was bleeding and that it’s body was being consumed.