The first Ptolemy 1 was called soter (savior). These Greek kings over Egypt emerged themselves with Osiris and Apis bull as (Serapis) Then from The first Eucharist and epiphany was held in remembrance of a Greek king sitting on the Egyptian throne by the Name of Ptolemy V. He was the author of the Rosetta stone, and he was called, the Great God Ptolemy Epiphanes Eucharistos. He lived 200 years before Christ and that is where the Eucharist originates. It was a pagan ceremony of remembrance for the king, and Epiphany is also a similar remembrance. The Greek/Egyptian tradition was later adopted by the Roman Catholic church and applied to Jesus Christ whereupon which the ceremony ceased to be pagan according to their story. At ptolemy V cornation as king they ate human flesh hence Eurcharist story in the NT eating manna as the flesh of Osiris missing phallus. The only thing Ptolemy V did was ordering the creation of the rosetta stone that enable us in 1822 to read Egyptian writing.