The Lion's Den
Metamorphosis represents the Nephilim's inner being, its elemental self. As the Nephilim approaches Agartha, the metamorphosis into this elemental being becomes more complete.
Each metamorphosis can be catagorized by its dominant magical element; in addition, each element has both a yin and a yang division. The two exist in contrast to one another; without the djinn, there would be no phoenix. It may help to think of the yin-yang division as active-passive, or masculine-feminine. But in some ways, this is over-simple....
WHAT'S YOUR METAMORPHOSIS?
Just pick the quote below which resonates most with your inner self...
"However much one studies, one cannot Know without Action!"(1)
(2) "Witness now the Ever-Changing Nature of the Beast..."
"Kill them all. God will know His Own."(3)
(4)"He who tastes not, knows not."
"That which we call Substance and Reality is Shadow and Illusion, and that
(6)"Only the Dead have seen the end of War."
"If we stayed home and did nothing, our Doom would find us sooner
"You see me now, a Veteran of a thousand Psychic Wars..."(8)
"The wise man is slow to speak, but quick to act." (9)