If you’ve read “The Secret History of Gunfighter Nation: Part 2”, then you know that:
- There are only Four Social Classes throughout all of history
- Each Social Class Has Its Own Ideology
- Warrior Class Ideology differs from group to group around the globe
- Warrior Class Ideology in the West of the globe is Confrontational
- Warrior Class Ideology in the South and East of the globe is Predatory
And because we know that each Warrior Class Ideology will be different around the globe, then we know that the Warrior Mythology that it’s Ideology is expressed through will be different too!
Which leads us to a very important question:
Just who is it that maintains the Warrior Mythology of a given group?
THE SECRET OF THE LOST LORE MASTER!
In his landmark study of the the Confrontational Indo-European Western Warrior Experience of Anglo-America, Postmodern Marxist Scholar Richard Slotkin explains that:
“A culture has it’s lore-masters, story-tellers, or historians and is transmitted by them to the ‘public’, in one or more of the genres (oral or literary).”
And by understanding this, we can understand why the Confrontational Indo-European Western Warrior Experience has passed out of the Western Psyche.
EVERY MAN A LORE MASTER!
You see, we have denigrated the Warrior Ideology of the Indo-European West by denigrating the Lore-Masters who pass it on in Mythological Form. If you drain the ocean, the fish will die, and so it has happened to us.
But at Pulp Fiction Renaissance.com, our goal is to make Every Man a Lore Master!
It is our hope that in doing this, you may learn, live, and love our Lore, and:
“Repeat them when you are at home and when you are away, when you are resting and when you are working. Tie them on your arms and wear them on your foreheads as a reminder. Write them on the doorposts of your houses and on your gates” as told in Deuteronomy 6:7-9…
So they are never forgotten again!
It is only by doing this that we stop losing wars like the disasters in Iraq and Afghanistan.
It is only by doing this that our crisis in disappearing Masculinity can be turned around.
And it is only by doing this that we can bring meaning and fulfillment and victory to those of us who are called to such a task!
“But what about the Genre?” you ask
“What Genre do we express it in?”
We call it Pulp Fiction!
 Slotkin, Richard. Gunfighter Nation: The Myth of the Frontier in 20th Century America. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1998. Pg. 7.