Since the beginning man has desired an intimnate link with the Creator of Life. We have invented bizarre rituals to accomplish this task of oneness. Many rituals have become perverted and unrecognizable, yet they still exist and are practiced today; one of these is a Covenant in Blood. River of Blood explores these rites, and the oneness we can share with each other and with the Creator through His Blood Covenant. This Blood Rite that binds us together, and to Him, when understood and acted on according to His rules t ours, will bring peace between all the peoples of earth, and between us and our Creator. This work is t steeped in religious ideals, traditions, or dogma; in fact, it could be considered anti-religious. Th!, e Creator never desired anyone to be burdened by rules and regulations. River of Blood reveals the desire of the Creator and man to equally participate in a close intimate personal relationship, the tools He supplies, and the supernatural freedom that intimacy creates.