Transfiguration Transformation

Metamorphosis Shapeshifter

Agents of Change

Agents of Change: Mutants


Metamorph - Shapeshifter - X-Men 2
Rebecca Romijn-Stamos .... Mystique
Ian McKellen .... Eric Lensherr/Magneto
X-Men: First Classs Magneto Michael Fassbender
Halle Berry .... Ororo/Storm


Halle Berry X-Men Star Menu

X-MEN Phoenix aka Jean Grey

Top 10 Film Female Supervillains




Martia, a chameloid prisoner on Klingon penal colony, Rura Penthe. Martia above, appearing as she primarily did, was played by Iman. In the script for Star Trek VI, this appearance was described thus; "She's a tall and very good looking female, boots to her thighs, exotic furs, tattered but clearly humanoid."

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country  The Enterprise is caught in a tangled web while on a diplomatic mission, as escort for the Klingon framers of a new alliance between The Empire and Earth.
The first night with the Chancellor is highlighted by a formal dinner aboard the Enterprise and conversation comparing Shakespeare in Klingon and English. The bard is quoted to the end, even as the delegation beams over to their ship. Back on the bird of prey, Kronos One is attacked immediately. A treacherous assassination
attempt succeeds, claiming the life of the Chancellor and several others. Kirk and Dr. McCoy beam over to offer help but they are charged and arrested.  The fast lane trial lands Kirk and Bones in the worst wrong place in the Klingon empire. No one has ever escaped the mines, but hope appears in the form of a Klingon chameloid from Arc, Martia, doing life for practicing an ancestral trade of her race - smuggling. She has an ace up her sleeve.

    Star Trek    Deep Space 9's shape-shifting constable Odo morphing Into an Eagle Diorama   Trekkie? Trekker?




Yoda vs Palpatine  Obi-Wan vs Anakin
Jedi Master Yoda uses an alternate vehicle


The three Sith apprentices, Darth Maul, Count Dooku, and Darth Vader
demonstrate the ultimate devotion to their master, Darth Sidious. It was Sidious who executed the long-percolating plan of supplanting the Republic with a new Sith Empire. Sidious subverted democracy in the galaxy, and made the Jedi enemies of the state.

Sidious and Dooku vs Yoda and Anakin 5:00


Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader Character
Young Anakin - Casting Challenge
George Lucas Star Wars fanpage

Clawdite assassin and tireless bounty hunter, Zam Wesell, appears in Star Wars II Attack of the Clones. She is pilot of an ultra-sleek Koro-2 airspeeder, but not fast enough to elude Jedi Knights Skywalker and Kenobi. Known as the Zolan changeling of failed Padme Amidala assassination attempt. The saberdart found by Obi-Wan helped locate the computer erased world Kamino. Without the clue, the Jedi couldn't find a missing world via Jedi memory banks.



Ironheart, Sinclair and Talia Winters
Babylon 5 Mind War youtube 2:18

Jason Ironheart was Talia's instructor and lover at the Psi Corps Training Academy. Jason Ironheart, in Talia Winters's quarters, explains that one year before, he volunteered for an ambitious Psi-Corps genetic and biochemical modification experiment--an experiment that, if successful, would greatly increase the powers of telepaths. In truth, the process was an attempt to enhance telekinetic ability and prep him for an elite secret assassination unit.
Some believe the telepaths have already achieved peak powers and should not be given the latitude they enjoy, especially with non-telepaths. Right on schedule, level 12 psi-cops Bester and Kelsey arrive at Sinclair's office, and begin to have a telepathic conversation with him. Sinclair gets quite annoyed, telling them that he doesn't like people "rummaging around in my head." He questions them, asking about the rules governing such use of telepathic abilities. They tell him that they are psi-cops, and because of their important responsibilities, they can use a different rule book when it comes to individual privacy.

At the same time, Catherine Sakai is determined to conduct a survey of Sigma-957, in direct disregard for a strong warning from G'Kar. He explains that he has involved himself only in order to protect Sakai -- "Sigma-957 is not a healthy place. Strange things happen there."

Symbols for Psi-Corps are drawn from the traditional symbol for Neptune, probably because the emotional ESP and clairvoyant frequency relied on by the Corps carries with it an air of mystery, a subtle and vast depth linked to the waters that surround planet earth, containing its collective consciousness.

First Season finale, Chrysalis
The relationship between members of the Grey Council is not known to those on station Babylon 5, but we catch a glimpse in this brief sequence.
Delenn and Grey Council Babylon 5 2:43
Minbari Ambassador Delenn continues with the change after Kosh revealed himself to her.

Traditionally, the military intelligence arm of the government is after control, not truth. The following notes are lifted from B5 Guide Analysis.

Jason Ironheart was Talia’s instructor and lover at the Psi Corps Training Academy. After she graduated and went into commercial telepathy, they kept in touch by letter, until a year ago when his letters stopped. As Ironheart recounts, he volunteered to undergo genetic and biochemical modification he thought was intended to make him a stronger telepath. The experiment turned out to be an attempt to make him a stable telekinetic, and after many months and hundreds of injections it worked - stunningly! Ironheart became able to see through any mind like glass, and manipulate matter and energy both. He discovered then that those in charge were after offensive military applications for TK, like secret assassination. He escaped to Babylon 5, still undergoing changes to his mind and body.

A portion of the analysis of Mind War includes Ironheart’s speculative figures that estimate there are 20 billion human beings in existence, translating to a likely group of a thousand people who are (or will become) stable telekinetics. If the Psi Corps pursuit of a stable TK justified the extreme measures they attempted with Ironheart, then something about naturally occurring TKs must make them unusable. It could be that use of TK invariably drives one insane, or perhaps natural TK is insufficiently fine-controlled enough for their purposes.

Whatever it was that the Psi Corps scientists did to Ironheart, it was not more than physical alterations to his brain and body. Yet those alterations started a process that led to his essentially becoming a demigod. This could represent a latent potential in humanity as a whole, of which iceberg telepathy is merely the tip. Or perhaps notThis is a power that we were never meant to have, Ironheart tells Sinclair, we are not ready for it.

JMS speaks
Chrysalis makes Mind War look like a still-life painting by comparison.

Babylon 5 War Collections Earth Civil War Part 1
Babylon 5 War Collections Earth Civil War Part 2

MIND WAR is discussed on the Mason's Symbol page here



The Lord of The Rings


Kings to Nazgul - The Lord of the Rings
see Strider in the Wild
"Then Sauron the deceiver gave to them nine Rings of Power."
The transformation of the Black Riders caused by the Dark Lord's influence was a slippery
downward spiral to lower octaves where ghoulish corruption steals all sense of conscious
 identity. Their dark shrouds and poison weaponry suggest a pact between evil and death.
Their huge black horses have red eyes that conjure terror in all who see them. Tolkien may
 have wanted to deliberately distort a view of ancient Tibetan steeds of justice, called forth
to trample evil with strong hooves of brass. The mythological instruments of immortal truth
can appear in the streets as lightning quick, fire breathing, red eyed agents of judgment. 

Middle-earth Inn


Metaphysical Ores: Mithril< works with the will of the user and, presumably, is established through a combination of specific materials that are measured-prepared for the work. Bilbo gave Frodo a magic shirt made of the priceless material and told him mithril is strong as dragon scales, yet light as a feather.  Dwarves in Moria located the most lucrative source for this rare ore, but mining went too deep. They inadvertently released the Balrog, an ancient remnant from a previous age.




Gandalf's encounter with Durin's Bane [the Balrog] during the Quest of Mount Doom,  on the ancient Bridge of Khazad-dum. The battle causes Gandalf to be transformed.



Johnny Blaze and Carter Slade ride 3:53
Johnny Blaze - Ghost Rider
The Ghost Rider Jail Escape Nice Jacket 1:47


left, Halle Berry, rt., Michelle Pfeiffer


Catwoman - The Girls of Gotham


Cat People (1942)
Critical view of Cat People

1942 suspense-thriller directed by Jacques Tourneur. Written by DeWitt Bodeen. Running time: 73

BY ROGER EBERT / March 12, 2006

Lewton may have found his overall approach by happenstance in "Cat People," which began as a without a story and developed its minimalist style as a result of the low budget. But he and Tourneur had found a note that worked, and in various ways Lewton found it again in such films as "I Walked with a Zombie" (1943), "The Leopard Man" (1943), "The Curse of the Cat People" (1944) and "The Body Snatcher" (1945). He made "movies that are often more like symbolist poems or obscure fetishistic rituals," wrote Geoffrey O'Brien in the New York Review of Books. "They are not so much frightening as unnervingly strange and shot through with a palpable melancholy."

Do the movies still work today, or are they too quiet? Depends on your tastes. Paul Schrader made a much more specific version of "Cat People" in 1982, which I admired for its own qualities, including the use of atmospheric New Orleans locations. But the 1942 movie gets under your skin. There is something subtly alarming about the oddly mannered good-girl behavior of Simone Simon, and the unearthly detachment of Kent Smith as her husband, and the rooms and streets that look not like places but like ideas of places. And something touching about Irena, who has never had a friend, and fears she will kill the only person she loves, and is told she is insane. At the end, Oliver pays her a simple tribute: "She never lied to us."

check Trump XVIII The Moon


Professor Minerva McGonagall - see Magical Creatures - Diagon Alley Close and go below: Witches and Wizards

Star Trek  -  Memory Alpha for 'Catspaw'

Star Trek - CATSPAW update screencaps and various new shots


  • White Panther since 40 A.D.

  • The panther is an animal which in its relation to heraldry it is difficult to know whether to place amongst the mythical or actual animals. No instance occurs to me in which the panther figures as a charge in British heraldry, and the panther is a supporter, in the few cases in which it is met with, is certainly not the actual animal, inasmuch as it is invariable found flammant, i.e. with flames issuing from the mouth and ears. In this character it will be found as a supporter of the Duke of Beaufort, and derived therefrom as a supporter of Lord Raglan. Foreign heraldry carries the panther to a most curious result. It is frequently represented with the tail of a lion, horns, and for its fore-legs the claws of an eagle. Even in England it is usually represented vomiting flames, but the usual method of depicting it on the Continent is greatly at variance with our own the arms of Styria Vert, a panther argent, armed close, vomiting flames of fire, from the title-page of the Land-bond of Styria (1523, drawn by Hans Burgkmair). In Physiologus, a Greek writing of early Christian times of about the date 140 AD mention is made of the panther, to which is there ascribed the gaily spotted coat and the pleasant, sweet-smelling breath which induces all other animals to approach it; the dragon along retreats into its hole from the smell, and consequently the panther appears to have sometimes been used as a symbol of Christ.


  • TEWKESBURY British Civic Heraldry with an heraldic panther from the arms of the Duke of Beaufort

  • Yugoslavia - Austria Heraldry - heraldry for Steiermark (Styria) was created in the 11 and 12th centuries

Trump XI reference: A Higher Mind depiction
The Enchantress, positive expression is Professor Minerva McGonagall [Maggie Smith]



James Earl Jones .... Thulsa Doom - Conan the Barbarian
Arnold Star MenuDestroyer - Pat Roach .... Man Ape/Toth-Amon




Lady to Hawk ~ Man to Wolf - Ladyhawke


Twin henchmen of the Merovingian, played by real life martial arts experts Adrian and Neil Rayment, can alter their bodies and shift into non-corporeals in, The Matrix Reloaded. They glide through solid objects in ghost-mode as above, correcting injuries instantly. Go to FOOTNOTES for information and the Etheric Double: costume, makeup, and hair -

According to Wikipedia there is a degree of controversy regarding the selected greasepaint for The Twins because some feel there is a stereotypical view of albinism in the film. This is not likely. The Wachowski brothers introduce The Twins to represent the lower octave program with supervisory tasks during a decomposition process [as I read them.] These parts of the total person, intimately linked with our return to "dust", point to management cover as atomic material drifts [with or without memory or referral tendency.] Those at this level of corruption appear white regardless of race, time zone, or philosophical inclination.
See also Trump XIII

  The Wachowskis follow the path of the white rabbit [Alice's Adventures in Wonderland] themes through the Matrix trilogy, leading us into the mystery world under the surface.

Common misunderstandings regarding interpretation of ancient religious [funerary] art   Black figures often represent attributes of the source of fertility, or linked to it. Immortals with a black or green tint, or cast, such as Osiris, God of Vegetation, the Green Man, [Green Knight], and Green Tara are symbols of higher octave forces. The power is positive, transcendent, and considered a source of life in many faiths.
see Seraph in The Matrix Trilogy
The white figure suggests three stages in the post-incarnate status. First, white for recycle processes so lower, finite material may be redistributed. Second, the stage of the journey as the return to natural status is underway. Third, attainment of maxima once the higher octave soul powers have been reacquired. The rule is that colour of skin in the sacred art form is not intended to indicate status of a material world incarnation, as it is a work in progress.

Skin tone is actually a cosmetic feature, since each type of skin in our modern era is composed of approximately 250 colours, when viewed under a microscope. Colour profession diversity is based on the many colours found in each individual palette, with a minimum of several key colours taken from the eyes.

See Egyptian, Hindu, or Tibetan funerary art.



Jack Nicholson: unofficial




Not content with simply casting spells or causing transformations, Dr. Strange was forever journeying into weird worlds and uncanny dimensions. His environment was perhaps the most unusual in comic books.

Dr. Strange is a part of The Marvel Universe, but he had always inhabited his own universe as well. The Sorcerer Supreme of the Earth, a master of white magic, has experienced many memorable adventures in eerie dimensions that other heroes can only imagine. Yet if Dr. Strange has always been a bit aloof, his journeys into the unknown have served to expand the scope of the comic book landscape for every character who followed in his wake.

Introduced in 1963 by writer Stan Lee and artist Steve Ditko, Dr. Strange was very much a product of his time. The lure of mysticism was strong in the 1960s as a rebellious younger generation forged a counterculture that spurned materialism in favor of more spiritual values. Dr. Strange has an affinity with bohemian attitudes, evident even in his address: residence located at Bleecker Street, Greenwich Village, New York.

Originally a self centered surgeon, Dr. Strange lost his delicate touch after an automobile accident, and became a wandering derelict. In the Himalayas he sought out a fabled healer called The Ancient One, who ended up repairing the soul of Stephen Strange, instead of his hands. Redeemed from worldliness, the reborn hero also tacitly acknowledged the value of a race and culture other than his own, studying with the old master until he was ready to become a guardian protecting humanity from the intrusion of evil. He encountered wicked wizards, and also abstract entities like Nightmare and Eternity. In each battle his weapon was knowledge rather than force.

Despite its influence, the initial Dr. Strange solo series did not outlast the 1960s. Yet he hung on in sporadic appearances for almost two decades until he was given his own comic book again in 1988. This full fledged revival may have been tied in to the popularity of New Age occultism, or perhaps to a reaction against a decade devoted to acquisitiveness. In any case, spiritual longings are perennial. Even for those who sometimes find institutionalized religion repressive, a fascination with the supernatural remains.



Name: Minerva McGonagall, Professor of Transfiguration at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Headmistress of Gryffindor

Parents: Artair McGonagall and Rhona McGonagall
Siblings: An older brother Antaeus McGonagall and younger sister, Cassandra McGonagall (pneumonia, age 11)
Blood: Pureblood
Date of Birth: 4th of October, 1925
Place of Birth: Inverness, Scotland
Education at Hogwarts: Minerva McGonagall went, like almost all wizarding children, to Hogwarts at the age of eleven. She was sorted into Gryffindor, though the Hat doubted between Gryffindor and Ravenclaw.
Distinguishing features: Cat Animagus. Animagus form: Tabby cat with black square markings around the eyes.
Favourite Hobby/Sport: Quidditch, avid fan. Professor McGonagall suggested Harry Potter to Oliver Wood for the position of Gryffindor House Seeker on the quidditch team

The Patronus Charm - faq from the pen of J.K. Rowling

So how DO the members of the Order of the Phoenix communicate with each other?

... Members of the Order use their Patronuses to communicate with each other. They are the only wizards who know how to use their spirit guardians in this way and they have been taught to do so by Dumbledore (he invented this method of communication). The Patronus is an immensely efficient messenger for several reasons: it is an anti-Dark Arts device, which makes it highly resilient to interference from Dark wizards. It is not hindered by physical barriers; each Patronus is unique and distinctive, so that there is never any doubt which Order member has sent it. Nobody else can conjure the Patronus of another person, so there is no danger of false messages being passed between Order members. Nothing conspicuous needs to be carried by the Order member to create a Patronus.

And, as many of you have deduced, Professor Albus Dumbledore could be expected to have a phoenix as his Patronus.


"The ability to produce a Patronus demonstrates an advanced level of magic not routinely taught to young Hogwarts students (hence the surprise of the prospective members of Dumbledores Army when they find out that Harry can make a Patronus)."    - faq JKR

That little rat!  Ron tries to defend his pet rat, Scabbers. He soon learns the awful truth from
Sirius Black and Professor Lupin - Worntail was hiding as Scabbers the whole time. [POA]

In "Philosopher's Stone" Aunt Petunia says that Lily came back from Hogwarts with frog spawn in her pockets and turned teacups into rats. If this is true, why wasn't Lily expelled?

JKR:  Aunt Petunia is exaggerating a little; you have to allow for her state of mind when she started shrieking these things. However, just like her son, Lily was not averse to testing the limits of the Statute of Secrecy, so you can safely assume she will have had a few warning letters, nothing too serious, though.

HP FYI Department:

Harry Potter (SPOILER WARNING), is 'The Boy Who Lived,' only known survivor of the Avada Kedavra curse and conqueror of Lord Voldemort, also known as Tom Riddle. Harry Potter joined the reshuffled Auror Department under Kingsley Shacklebolt at age 17, rising to become Head of said department in 2007.


Werewolf - Harry Potter  Prisoner of Azkaban
  Gary Oldman .... Sirius Black   -   David Thewlis .... Professor Lupin

The Marauders at Hogwarts: Remus Lupin (Moony), Peter Pettigrew (Wormtail), Sirius Black (Padfoot) and James Potter (Prongs) Harry Potter's father. They began The Marauders Map, a magical piece of parchment which shows Hogwarts castle and its grounds in its entirety, including seven secret passages out of the castle. The map is activated by placing a wand on it and saying, I solemnly swear that I am up to no good. To restore its blanked appearance, tap a wand on it again and say, Mischief managed and the map goes blank.



First Year at Hogwarts

"Transfiguration is some of the most complex and dangerous magic you will learn at Hogwarts," Professor McGonagall said. "Anyone messing around in my class will leave and not come back. You have been warned."

Then she changed her desk into a pig and back again. They were all very impressed and couldn’t wait to get started, but soon realized they weren’t going to be changing the furniture into animals for a long time. After taking a lot of complicated notes, they were each given a match and started trying to turn it into a needle. By the end of the lesson, only Hermione Granger had made any difference to her match: Professor McGonagall showed the class how it had gone all silver and pointy and gave Hermione a rare smile.
-J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone


Diagon Close   ~  Hogwarts ~ Professor Minerva McGonagall


The sphere rests upon a point, the cube upon a surface. The sphere is therefore used to symbolize spirit, and the cube matter. The center of a labyrinth, thought to be a circle or sphere, is where all  opposites meet. All originates from, and returns to, the design centre.
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Stardust - Michelle Pfeiffer

See also Trump XIII

Jacques Sadoul reports the following story in his book on alchemy, as follows:

The Cosmopolite [himself] had gone to Germany, where he was careful to preserve his anonymity by using a variety of aliases. He stayed for a few days at Frankfort-on-the-Main, where he made friends with a businessman named Koch, who later wrote to Theobald de Hogelande, the historian, telling him that he had had the opportunity of watching the Cosmopolite carrying out a transmutation, and that he had kept a piece of the resultant gold:

For some time an adept had been living at Offenbach [near Frankfort] and had often bought things from me in the name of a French Count. Before leaving here, he wished to show me the art of transmuting metals. He did not put a hand to the work himself, but allowed me to do everything. He gave me a reddish-grey powder, weighing about three grains. I dropped it into two half-ounces of quicksilver in a crucible. Then I filled the crucible about half way up with potash, and we put it over a gentle heat. After this I filled the furnace with charcoal, so that the crucible was entirely embedded in a very hot fire; I left it there for about half an hour.

When the crucible was red hot, he told me to throw a little piece of yellow wax into it. A few minutes later, I cooled the crucible and broke it open. At the bottom, I found a small piece of gold that weighed fifty-four ounces three grains. It was melted in my presence and submitted to an assay; twenty-three carats fifteen grains of gold resulted, together with six of silver both of an exceptionally brilliant colour. I had a stud made for my shirt with part of the gold. I looks to me as though mercury were not essential to the operation.




Taras often feature seven all-seeing eyes of compassion (three in the forehead, one in each palm and foot sole).

White Tara, the mild form of the goddess, promises health, long life and prosperity. Green Tara, her foot outstretched to meet supplicants, is protectress in practical matters, and engenders growth. Black and Red Taras are fiercer guises. The deity may use suffering to foster the devotee's healing and courage. But even in Her wrathful aspect, Tara's role is to dispel the fear of death and foster the evolution of compassion.

See  Eriu: A Shapeshifting goddess of fate. The bestower of sovereignty.





Mississippi Half-step: one step forward, two steps back

Denzel Washington and Val Kilmer in Deja Vu (Tony Scott, 2006)


Video:  View Elizabeth Taylor White Diamonds

Music:  Turn Lead to Gold
           John Lee Hooker & Santana - The Healer    
           Led Zeppelin - Reunion Tour - various songs You Tube
                see also Page and Plant: Most High [Walking into Clarksdale] and Jimmy Page daily

Quicksilver Concert  Poster 1967


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    Fox [Angelina Jolie] takes Wesley [James McAvoy]
    on the ride of his life. 

    [Matt Damon]
    in the Bourne Trilogy

  • This file attempts to catalog and describe the contents of a particular secret government warehouse. In the movies "Raiders of the Lost Ark", and "Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" this warehouse was the final resting place of the Ark of the Covenant:

  • Code:   DZF
    The complete notebooks of Karl Kolchak (current whereabouts unknown).

    Tom Skerritt and Darrin McGavin: "The Devil's Platform"  Covering a predictably boring senate campaign, Carl discovers the leading candidate, emerged from total obscurity, has sold his soul to the devil for political power.

    Reporters as physically heroic characters frequently get less credibility than they do in real life, but The Night Stalker was fomented in the era of Woodward and Bernstein. Although Kolchak's greatest and most favored weapons are his wits and his words, he doesn't shrink from physical force, which refreshingly does not render him an action hero, but rather a hero of his actions.

    Kolchak, a reporter for the Chicago INS, stumbled upon a variety of supernatural phenomena across the country, from headless motorcyclists to
    swamp monsters.  [Speaking of "The Night Stalker," Karl Kolchak was the reporter/hero of that tv-movie, the later tv-movie "The Night Strangler" and the later one-season tv series "The Night Stalker."  Considered by many to be the spiritual godfather of "The X-Files," "The Night Stalker" depicted Kolchak's adventures as he investigated, encountered, battled, and usually defeated (or at least fought to a draw) a variety of paranormal entities, never coming away with the evidence that would convince anyone that he wasn't a raving lunatic.]   Karl Kolchak - The Night Stalker

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