Sectors of Society

While it may feel like utter chaos, the world actually is reorganizing at a more elegant and enlightened state of consciousness. Indeed, Chaos Theory states that within the apparent randomness of chaotic complex systems, there are underlying patterns, constant feedback loops, repetition, self-similarity, fractals, and resulting reorganization. As Dr. Martin Luther King opined:

The Arc of the Moral Universe is long, but it bends toward Justice.

Sectors of Society

To help track all the interconnected components of a healthy and holistic civilization, the HUB is organized into 11 major Sectors of Society. And we added a 12th Sector for Intentional Communities and Retreat Centers, where the new world already is manifesting in co-creative and ingenious ways.

A perfect example is the Federation of Damanhur in Italy, where 600+ people have gathered in solidarity to experiment with new models of living. Our Valley of Light community in Independence, Virginia was inspired by Damanhur, and we seek thought leaders and cultural creatives in each Sector to help build the first full-spectrum micro-community in the United States.

  1. Learning & Education
  2. Communications & Media
  3. Art & Culture
  4. Economics & Business
  5. Peacebuilding & Relations
  6. Justice & Governance
  7. Health & Wellness
  8. Food, Water & Environment
  9. Infrastructure & Resources
  10. Science & Technology
  11. Spirituality & Religion
  12. Micro-Communities & Retreat Centers

Inspired by futurist Barbra Marx Hubbard

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The Peace Pentagon HUB is inspired by life work of Barbara Marx Hubbard, who visited the Oracle Campus after the 2015 Building the New World Conference and shared her vision of the new world with the Valley of Light Community.

The original “Wheel of Co-Creation” was designed in the 1970s by Ms. Hubbard and Air Force Lieutenant Colonel John Whiteside. The Wheel was first used during the Cold War at 25 SYNCON conferences and at multiple Soviet-American Citizen Summits, where the symbol helped identify common ground and inspire cooperation during sensitive real-world negotiations.

Today, the Wheel is a viral icon that is used by social architects, cultural creatives, non-profits, and businesses – all of whom understand the Wheel’s value in identifying the major Sectors of Society and the interconnectedness of those Sectors.