With an understanding of REM (Racial Esoteric Moralization) it becomes necessary to develop a new definition of culture. Already we understand a distinction between so called High and Low Culture. There the distinction is between apparent formality and informality, decency and vulgarity or tradition and modernization. However this is a largely useless, if also a long running way of partitioning culture. It should be obvious we are uninterested in works that are harmful to us.
This study shows that “High Culture,” as we have previously understood the term, frequently contains harmful subliminal guidance. Thus, in such cases, why does it deserve the dignity of such a term? There is, for instance, a “High” and “Low” Church. Yet by the same token, there are low-end strip clubs and high-end “gentlemen’s clubs.” Yet neither is necessarily suggestive of greater salubriousness, only greater prestige, richness, “cleanliness,” subtlety or seductiveness. Perhaps in some instances, “High,” in this context, is suggestive of a slower moving poison.
Theoretically a culture deserves the designation “High” because of its power, regardless of its salubriousness, as invariably it is harmful and demoting of some racial type. Yet when Culture is harmful to Aryans, a people understood as symbolically celestial or occupying “High Places,” as our study reveals, the word “High” becomes inappropriate. Thus instead we develop the term Pan-Culture. Here, to be clear, we are speaking of the power and reach of a culture, both potential and actual, and not its ethnic or racial character.
In other words, Pan-Culture is universal only in the sense that it may reach, be honored and be adopted by all peoples, yet it still promotes a particular racial type of man as highest, to be venerated. In fact, for culture to have this heft and charisma it is, in fact, required to be ethnically proud, however explicitly. Hence Christianity, though proudly promoting a “humble” Jewish type as highest, is still a “Pan-Culture.”
Since Christianity has been our Pan-Culture since Constantine bent the knee, we become sympathetic to the leftist idea that Whites “don’t have a culture.” Indeed, from our perspective, they certainly don’t have one, at present, that is capable of defending Whites as a racial group. Hence whatever culture they have might reasonably be understood as valueless.
Yet this is going too far. Whites for the last several centuries within Christendom, in its various phases, have been engaged in “Petty Culture.” In this vein, the Christian authors Tolkien and C.S. Lewis usefully introduced the term “sub-creator” when describing themselves and their particular contribution to a Christian “Pan-Culture.” The terms is good even if their particular work ends up representing more of the semi-conscious stirrings of a Pagan revival rather than a Christian revival. Regardless, “sub-creation” might become, in a way, a synonym for Petty Culture.
Let us understand Pan-Culture as consciously cultivated “group intelligence” through the use of REM. In short, Parable and Symbol, developed with REM (Racial Esoteric Moralization) in mind, is Pan-Culture, while everything else is Petty Culture. For example, Stan Lee’s Spiderman parables, brimming with JEM and posed to abide and be recycled in the hands of non-Jews, might be understood as Pan-Culture, while Handel’s Messiah, Petty Culture.
Likewise Wagner’s Ring Cycle, derived from the Semitic “Norse” Myth Body, is also Petty Culture. By the same token, Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy versus Bill Finger’s authorship of the Batman Myth is Petty Culture versus Pan-Culture, respectively. We accept this in the same way that we accept the Jewish scribes that developed the Gospels are of far more profound cultural significance than the classical composers who would make it the theme of their work.
That Aryan Petty Culture has had a sanitizing effect on Jewish Pan-Culture merely shows the power of REM which may achieve ever greater sublimation and abidance in the hands of those who misunderstand it, yet are eager to remain faithful to their misunderstanding of its “spirit.” Perhaps, again, one might argue, this sanitization functions to slow a poison. Yet it undoubtedly operates to keep a poison in the system.
Parable and Symbol, developed with REM (Racial Esoteric Moralization) in mind, are “Pan- Culture,” while everything else is “Petty Culture.” Hence Stan Lee’s Spider-man parables, brimming with JEM and posed to abide, might be understood as “Pan-Culture,” while Handel’s Messiah “Petty Culture.”
One trait of Pan-Culture should be understood straightaway. Pan-Culture is global. It knows no boundaries. History shows only one Pan-Culture dominates globally at any one time. This is true regardless of what racial type it posits explicitly or implicitly as ideal. Here we contrast the imperfectly rendered Apollonian culture of the Greeks and Romans with the imperfectly rendered post-Roman Christian culture.
Petty Culture occurs at the sub-REM level. We find “folkways” that appear unconsciously, “organically.” Here, often, Petty Culture is appearing in response to petty utilitarian concerns, in response to temporal and/or regional pressures and desires and through the cultivation of regional and/or temporal resources and technology.
This petty form may include variations in religious sect, language, dialect, accent, building and tool construction, local food cuisine, local spirits, arts, crafts, fashion, music, games, dancing and sports developed on a sub-REM level whether closely inspired by actual forms of REM or not. It involves cruder legend and parable creation yet developed on a sub-REM level, where story appears “organically,” unconsciously or to convey some simple obvious morals. In short, everything covered in Albion’s Seed. This form of culture, indeed, forms “organically” from race, rather than the other way around.
Naturally this form of culture also forms race, albeit unconsciously. Yet, again, Petty Culture is subject to regional and temporal pressures. Regardless, above it all sits Pan-Culture determining the final direction and breeding of things. Petty Culture has neither the power to preserve or save itself.
As it concerns Pan-Culture, the sense of “collective intelligence” is important. This is the intelligence of a group to work together toward an end, including a eugenic end, whether through gene theft or gene amelioration. Aryans naturally possess this “collective intelligence” to the greatest degree at the earlier phases of civilizational development.
Indeed, we should hastily discard the obviously false, harmful and defeatist idea that we are naturally “individualistic.” Atomization, ethnic clique formation and petty nationalism, as we know them, are symptoms of racial decline and the absence of a shared Pan-Culture and shared symbol language. Regardless, the Aryan’s “collective intelligence” appears in the earlier phases of civilizational formation frequently despite a Pan-Culture. This is how naturally “collectivist” the Aryan is. We see this in the recent example of the United States.
Yet after Aryan civilizations form, they frequently fall readily to Semitic Pan-Cultures precisely because Aryans lack coherent, consciously developed Pan-Cultures or cultures developed with their interests in mind. Indeed, typically founding Aryans cling to older Semitic or Semitized Pan-Cultures, whether correctly identifying them as such or not. Here they ascribe to them a purity, power and function that is the direct opposite of their original conscious design. Indeed, to the extent these Semitic cultures appealed to “moral purity” it was as ruse, putting honey in the snare.
Hence Aryans become as the elephant returning faithfully and solemnly to the mythical elephant graveyard before death. There is nothing either creative or even preservative in this return to ancient, “purer” cultures. It is a death knell. They believe these Semitic Pan-Cultures empowering, yet when civilization is established, these cultures are actually disempowering and enslaving. In fact, they have a death cycle encoded in them as well as “moral reigns” designed for the better deceiver, the non-Aryan, to grasp hold. Here the non-Aryan may say “Doesn’t Christ tell you to behave in such and such a way? Isn’t this or that really moral?” Whereas the good-hearted Aryan, before this appeal to a Pan-Culture, is powerless to disagree.
Indeed, these Pan-Cultures, as REM, were designed specifically with the idea Aryans would adopt them, misunderstand them and cling to them. It is by this understanding alone we understand Christianity as European. It was crafted especially with their psychological vulnerabilities in mind, it was a “gift” especially for them. Indeed, that Aryans have adopted Christianity is scarcely true. It is instead these seductive, cleverly developed Semitic cultures themselves that cling to these unconscious Aryans. They were designed as nets; Saint Peter’s net in the case of Christianity.
Solving the culture problem solves the problem of decline. By understanding REM we are solving this. To summarize, REM is Pan-Culture. Everything else is Petty Culture. In this light we understand the Mars, Jupiter and Apollo cults as the most recent Pan-Cultures we might call our own, serving us.
 “Albion’s Seed” is a 1989 publication written by historian David Hackett Fischer, which analyses the folk-culture and folkways of four groups of people who emigrated from the United Kingdom to the United States. The four migrations discussed are: English Puritans from East Anglia to Massachusetts; Cavaliers and Indentured Servants from the south of England to Virginia; Quakers from the northern Midlands to the Delaware Valley; and northern British from the Borderlands to Appalachia.