‘Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home’
~ Matsuo Basho
Welcome to Metamorpheus.co.uk! This is a website dedicated to seeking the objective truth about the nature of reality and the global conspiracy’s position, and function, within it. Specific topics explored herein include the Law of One and humanity’s spiritual nature, this illusory game and its macrocosmic constituents (densities, universes, cycles, harvests et al), preincarnative choices and the implications thereof, the gradual and coordinated implementation of Orwellian tyranny (the New World Order), the difference between individually customised and collectively enforced realities, and the subjectivity of ‘good’ and ‘evil.’
I have tailored this website for researchers already familiar with basic metaphysical and conspiratorial principles, but the ‘core beliefs’ page (and also the ‘questions and answers’ section within the ‘about’ page) will provide unacquainted visitors with a theoretical foundation from which to frame all subsequent data and inquiry.
While much of the research presented herein has basis in personal observation, intuitive resonance, meditative insight, and the intellectual acceptance and embracement of truisms, it is also a project of literary synthesis. Several of my conclusions are indebted to external sources. I consider the sources listed below to be especially insightful and truthful, and wholeheartedly recommend them:
Living with Kundalini by Gopi Krishna
Gopi Krishna, a Pandit of Kundalini, experienced the most severe and challenging Kundalini awakening I have studied. This autobiography of his, which adopts an almost scientific approach to the Kundalini phenomenon, documents Krishna’s awakening from its unconventional and almost fatal commencement, to its exquisite and inspiring culmination.
Krishna’s Kundalini case is the first I’ve read wherein the energy completed its work and bestowed its conduit with a permanent sense of bliss and oneness. Most historical and contemporaneous ‘Kundalites’ seem to endure a seemingly unending process of metamorphosis (or worse yet, an ongoing Dark Night of the Soul) whose apogee seems perpetually destined for future incarnations.
The teachings of Mahayana Buddhism
Buddhism – and perhaps Taoism – is the most enlightened of compartmentalised belief systems, even if many of its precepts (notably the concept of samsara) is deeply flawed. Several of the first major puzzle pieces I encountered on my journey were provided by Mahayana (‘Great Vehicle’) Buddhism, a school of Buddhist doctrine that emphasises the cultivation of universal concern and the serving of self through the serving of others.
Interestingly, the ancient concept of the ‘Bodhisattva’ (‘Enlightened Being’) in Mahayana Buddhism is startlingly close to the contemporary concept of the ‘wanderer’ cited by Ra and others, although history has enshrouded the former being with an intrinsic saintliness that might alienate researchers of a non-religious persuasion. Compared to bodhisattvas, wanderers are more humanlike insofar as they choose to relinquish their true powers when incarnating here to preserve free will. Therefore, they are rarely perceived as ‘more special’ than others and can even consciously perpetrate iniquity, thus binding themselves to karmic jurisprudence.
The Ra Material by Don Elkins, Carla Rueckert and Jim McCarty
The Ra Material (widely known as The Law of One) is a series of books documenting communications with the sixth density social memory complex Ra. Despite some verbose, archaic and inarticulate language that might intimidate an impatient or uncommitted reader, The Ra Material offers one of the few uncorrupted, or barely corrupted, discourses currently available between lower and higher density entities. To my knowledge, the material was the first to employ the terms Service to Self (STS) and Service to Others (STO) in favour of the less accurate, and more subjective, terms ‘negative’ and ‘positive.’ Thus, any researchers using these terms are probably acquainted with Ra.
The Hidden Hand posts on ATS
The Hidden Hand posts were a series of posts on the AboveTopSecret conspiracy forum by a poster with the username ‘Hidden_Hand.’ Hidden Hand claimed to be a ‘generational member of a ruling bloodline family’ who is bound, by cosmic law, to provide a short discourse with those whom his ‘Family’ (the Illuminati) manipulates, i.e., us. Despite this rather hoaxish premise, Hidden Hand promptly distinguished himself as a character of undeniable insight and eloquence, and much of his information mirrors that of Ra and other reliable sources.
The Hidden Hand posts are significant to me because they endorse a controversial belief that I harboured for years – namely, that the upper Illuminati are higher density, STO souls incarnating on Earth as STS personas in order to provide catalysts for human soul development. Now, there are taboos even in the paranoid, vindictive world of conspiracy research, and the contention that the upper Illuminati are ‘good guys’ is surely the ultimate one. But, for reasons I address elsewhere, entertaining this possibility is neither unwarranted, nor evidence of insanity.
The Cassiopaean Transcripts (1994 – 2002)
The Cassiopaeans are a sixth density social memory complex channelled by Laura Knight-Jadczyk (and others). They emphasise the protective qualities of knowledge, as well as the dangers of wishful thinking and nurturing a subjective reality.
Some researchers question the credibility of the Cassiopaeans because their information focuses on self-serving entities and potentially cataclysmic timelines, but this emphasis really defines the questioners – those who steer the topics – rather than their immaterial informants.
Laura Knight-Jadczyk is also a prolific writer and researcher of esoterica whose interests range from alchemy to psychopathy. Her piece de resistance is The Secret History of the World, a mammoth tome that offers alternative perspectives on widely accepted views on history and science. 9/11: The Ultimate Truth is also interesting and contains reasonable speculations as to what really happened that day, but David Icke’s equivalent work eclipses it in thoroughness, scope and sapience.
Since 2002, Fourth Way philosophies began to corrupt the Cassiopaean group’s material, and its members – as evidenced by its forum’s increasingly oppressive atmosphere and pedantic exchanges – became more hostile towards outsiders, and more sycophantic towards Laura. Today, the research group is a shadow of its former self, and the members appear to spend more time accusing other researchers of being counterintelligence agents, and seeking data that reaffirms their longstanding beliefs, than actively pursuing new information. I have long detached myself from their research collective.
When paranoia and distrust start to dominate one’s mind, the world begins to take that shape.
Tales from the Time Loop by David Icke
Although David Icke often lacks awareness of, and discernment in, counterintelligence and manipulation, the information he received from his ayahuasca experience (and the scientific data he provides to confirm such insights, both documented in this book) make for informative reading. It is difficult to ascertain whether the ‘voice’ that revealed to Icke the true nature of reality during his trip was genuinely his higher self or a sophisticated interception by negative entities, but the information is nonetheless fresh and insightful, and its perspective on our reality challenges many of the vague conjectures currently blighting the meta-conspiratorial arena.
Tales from the Time Loop remains the best of Icke’s many books. His earlier work is ripe with new age misinformation that directly contradicts his matured beliefs, and his intermediate publications (such as The Biggest Secret and Children of the Matrix) evidence manipulation by conscious disinformants and unconscious misinformants. Infinite Love is the Only Truth, Everything Else is Illusion is great but focuses solely on confirming Icke’s metaphysical beliefs, while his most comprehensive book, The David Icke Guide to the Global Conspiracy, loses credibility by inadequately detailing its many sources. Alice in Wonderland and the World Trade Center Disaster, however, is excellent and provides the most exhaustive and irrefutable dismantlement of the 9/11 lies yet published.
Bringers of the Dawn by Barbara Marciniak
Bringers of the Dawn is a compilation of messages from the Pleiadians channelled by Barbara Marciniak in 1992. The book is addressed specifically to wanderers (aptly described as ‘system busters’), although its appeal may also extend towards non-extraterrestrial souls.
Despite its questionable emphasis on using the inherently STS act of sex as a ‘bridge to higher levels of consciousness’, Bringers of the Dawn is among the most lucid and accessible of books to address the current Earth changes. It offers practical advice on raising one’s vibration during these transitional times, and – along with David Icke, the Cassiopaeans, and others – affirms the possibility of Reptilian dominance.
I encourage all fellow researchers to investigate these sources. Despite occasional differences in perspective, they contain the same cores of truth and are, in essence, complementary.