To make the true Living Bread of the Eucharist you first need to make the small Barley Loaves
Without these it is not possible to make the authentic
Bread of the Last Supper.
The Barley loaves are the yeast which is added to three measures of flour ('there was a lot of grass in that place') and given to a 'woman' until all the dough has risen.
Store-bought yeast is absolutely not used.
Many are being deceived into thinking they are getting the real thing - a tragedy for desperate Christians and Christianity. The Evil ones have done a magnificent job in dividing and confusing Christians so the sacraments are being denied to the Faithful. This is partly why there are so few genuine miracles and Christians lack power today.
Even now, Powers and Principalities unseen, are taking steps to make it forbidden to obtain the Eucharist.
I really wonder how many 'Orthodox' Churches (especially in the West) actually are being operated by 'blind' clergy.
It is the 'blind leading the blind'.
It's tragic when laity (and clergy) are making Prosphora in an 'unorthodox' way.
In a painting called Hermit Saints Triptych
by Hieronymus Bosch
you can see the five Barley cakes needed (see inset picture detail attached).http://www.wikipaintings.org/en/hieronymus-bosch/hermit-saints-triptych
Hieronymus Bosch (Born c.1450) was a member of the Brotherhood of Our Lady, which was a highly respected conservative religious group
To whom does a Christian go when they can't get real the real Eucharist?
How does one know they are getting the real thing? (If, an hour after receiving it, one closes one's eyes and you will feel
and know the real thing.....)
The knowledge of how to make the Barley Cakes and real Bread is perhaps now becoming available to the underground Christian
As for the wine
, firstly there is Christian wine which is meant for frequent use as a tonic in small amounts ('for your frequent illnesses').
Then there is the Blood
of Christ, which is not the same thing, and taken only at certain frequencies.
Alcohol is to be avoided at all costs.
The Bitter Cup
is again, a separate thing.
I would love to say all I know but am forbidden by hands stronger than mine. I will be severely castigated just for expounding this knowledge, even though I have never taken any oath.