Chapter 22 - The Theses of Lionsberg - Touchstones for the Transformation FROM Old TO New


Much as Martin Luther's 95 Theses ignited the Protestant Reformation, challenging established dogma and setting in motion forces that irreversibly changed the course of human history, The Theses of Lionsberg aim to serve as a set of guiding principles, each a beacon to navigate the transformation of society. These theses are to be found in a dedicated volume, arranged according to each of the Twelve Pillars of Lionsberg, offering deep insights into the intricate tapestry that weaves together the diverse domains of human existence.

While the Twelve Pillars serve as an ontological architecture and Work Breakdown Structure for Divine manifestation "on Earth as it is in Heaven," the Theses of Lionsberg provide actionable and directed insights for transforming FROM the Old Paradigm to one more closely aligned with the Creator's Intent. They are the pulse points for diagnosing the maladies of the present moment, as well as the prescriptions for ushering in the New Paradigm.

The Purpose and Structure of the Theses

Each thesis within the dedicated volume serves as a microcosm reflecting specific challenges, shortcomings, and opportunities within the overarching Pillars. The theses act as touchstones, each one a multifaceted jewel revealing a specific aspect of the Wisdom needed for the transformation of that Pillar. They guide not just conceptual understanding but practical action, offering strategic pathways and tactics for realizing the Creator's Intent within each specialized domain of society, as well as for society and the Living System as a Whole.

Interconnectivity and Harmonization

Crucial to the Theses is the principle of interconnectedness. No thesis exists in isolation; each is part of a complex, multi-dimensional framework that mirrors the interdependent nature of reality. For example, the theses related to "Economic Justice and Transformation" will have implications for "Holistic Health and Integrated Wellness", and vice versa, thereby creating a harmonious, systemic impact across Pillars as we Co-Create the System of Systems to carry us into the Future.

Tactical and Spiritual Utility

The Theses of Lionsberg serve both as practical tools and spiritual reflections. On the one hand, they are deeply pragmatic, focused on real-world change. On the other, they stand as meditative anchors, orienting thought, emotion, and spirit towards the Kingdom of God, and inviting collective discernment and continuous improvement. In this, they aim to help humanity look towards Heaven while remaining firmly rooted on Earth, and pointing the Way towards the strategy, planning, and execution required to progress in the Quest FROM Old TO New.

The Iterative and Adaptive Nature of the Theses

The theses are designed to be living documents, open to revisions and refinements as humanity collectively marches closer towards a more complete understanding of the Creator’s Intent. Feedback mechanisms, grounded in spiritual discernment and empirical measurement, enable the theses to evolve over time. This ensures that they remain aligned with emergent understandings of Divine Will and the dynamically changing conditions of earthly existence throughout the generations.

Synchronicity and Non-Linearity

Just as the Twelve Pillars accommodate non-linear phenomena like emergence and synchronicity, so too do the Theses of Lionsberg. They honor the unpredictable and miraculous movements of the Spirit, allowing for Divine "interruptions" that can fast-forward the manifestation of the Creator's Intent in surprising and awe-inspiring ways.


The Theses of Lionsberg are more than mere statements or propositions; they are aspects of the Lionsberg Manifesto for the transformation of our lives and our world. By providing a detailed, pragmatic, yet spiritually elevated roadmap, they guide us in the monumental task of restructuring society across all of its complex domains, as part of an interexistent Whole. They stand as a solemn commitment to the sacred enterprise of manifesting the Creator's Intent, serving as a critical complement to the ontological backbone provided by the Twelve Pillars of Lionsberg.

With this chapter and the separate publication of The Theses of Lionsberg, we symbolically "nail them to the wall," inviting collective examination, critique, and engagement. It is an open call for humanity to rise to its fullest potential, to transition from Old to New, and to bring forth the Kingdom of God on Earth as it is in Heaven. Thus, may the Theses of Lionsberg spark a new revolution—a revolution not just of thought, but of Spirit, catalyzing tangible and transformative change in this crucial moment in history.