Okay so in christianity there is this thing we do called holy communion in christian churches when we go to church every sunday morning. But where did this whole holy communion thing come from and who were the first ones to do it. Well to be honest the holy communion was originally a pagan tradition that was started by the Greeks and the Romans in Greek and Roman pagan temples. Everyone always thinks that the holy communion was started by Jesus when he had his final meal with his twelve disciples the night before he was crucified. but to be honest the idea of eating and drinking the body and blood of a man god did not start with that and it did not start with the christian faith. This whole idea got started with the Roman cult faith of the Roman god Bacchus. The followers of this religious cult were the first ones to do this mysterious holy communion and the idea was the same. It was a tradition of eating and drinking the body and blood of a holy man god who died for the sake and sins of mankind. The Christians were not the first ones to do the holy communion. It was actually the Roman pagan followers of the Roman god Bacchus, the god of wine and beer and earthly pleasures.
This is an article about the pagan roots and pagan origins of holy communion.