How to Make the Eucharist Bread
How do you make the Eucharist Bread?
It is a communion to take part of the Eucharist.
In the featured image above, you will see coin in the Chalice with the letters “JHS” JHS is in Latin, and J is actually an I in Roman, Greek, and Hebrew Alphabet (IHS). IHS is short form Iesus Hominum Salvator. Iesus Hominum Salvator is Latin for Jesus, Savior of Men.
Behold, you will need the Bread and the Wine.
Bread is the masculine food of the Eucharist, representing the body of Christ. Bread represents the elemental Earth.
“Wine (alcohol) is a mocker, strong drink (alcoholic spirits) is a brawler, and whoever is led astray (intoxicated) by them is not wise.” – Proverbs 20:1
Wine is the feminine food of the Eucharist, representing the blood of Christ. Wine represents the element of air. Wine only means non-alcoholic grape juice. Wine is not champagne, alcoholic wine, etc. The Greek God of Wine is Dionysus. The non-alcoholic grape juice, the real wine, is the positive pole of Dionysus. Alcoholic drinks, including alcoholic wine, is the negative pole of Dionysus. Be warned: Alcohol is a mocker.
Do not use alcohol in the Eucharist. Alcohol is a depressant-type drug. It is obvious that the etymology of alcohol is from the Arabic word: Algol. Algol, or al-ghul, is Arabic for “the Demon”. Those who drink and depend on alcohol begin to fall under an intoxicating spell of Algol, which results in possession of Algol. Drinking alcohol while intoxicated will turn humans into beggars; even worse, those who refuse to renounce the demonic vice of alcohol will pave their own roads to their own grave, or to the Abyss.
The wine that I, Juan Mirieth Auriel, recommend for the Eucharist is Kosher, non-alcoholic grape juice. The brands that I recommend are Lakewood, De La Rosa, or Kedem as long as these brands are only non-alcoholic.
I) 4 ounces of water
II) 1 tablespoon of Raw Honey
III) ½ teaspoon of salt
IV) 1 ½ tablespoon of Extra Virgin Olive Oil
V) 1 cup of Kosher Whole Wheat Flour (so far, Whole Foods Brand has Kosher that I know) with ¼ cup in reserve for knitting
VI) 1 tablespoon of olive oil or coconut oil used for cooking
Boil ½ cup of water in the pan (save the pan for the last 4 instructions)
Place 1 tablespoon of honey in the mixing bowl, and pour boiling water into the mixing bowl.
Dissolve the honey fully by stirring water and honey.
Add salt, olive oil, and 1 cup of flour into the honey-water mixture.
Because the bread does not require a lot of knitting, the mixture will be sticky after step 4. Knit and add any or all of the ¼ cup of the flour to ensure that the bread is not sticky for the next step.
After all the sizes are knitted and not sticky, heat up ½ tablespoon of olive oil in the pan used from step 1. The olive oil, when heated, must be nearly transparent without any signs of boiling.
Place the bread in the pan, flatten it very carefully on the edges, cover it with a lid, and heat it medium-low for five minutes.
Flip and cook the other side for three minutes.
Let the bread cool down prior to the Eucharist.
Perform the Eucharist (provided with link) with the bread and the juice.
For more details of the Eucharist and how to perform it, please go to the following links below:
Please see advice against alcohol by these links: