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Omega Morphosis utilizes four distinct logos for its visual identity, either combined as one or separately. 

As above and combined as one, the Omega Morphosis branding upholds the true meaning of this distinctive quote below from Mahatma Gandhi:

“We but mirror the world. All the tendencies present in the outer world are to be found in the world of our body. If we could change ourselves, the tendencies in the world would also change. As a man changes his own nature, so does the attitude of the world change towards him. This is the divine mystery supreme. A wonderful thing it is and the source of our happiness. We need not wait to see what others do.” 

As above, the first separate logo is called the Decad, meaning:

The decad was seen by the Pythagoreans as an "assembly point" and a symbol of earth and heaven. They regarded the decad as something perfect, which embraces the whole nature of number. Being entranced with its virtues they called it Deity, Heaven, Eternity and the Sun. It is both a mathematical idea and a metaphysical symbol that embraces within itself—in seed-like form—the principles of the natural world, the harmony of the cosmos, the ascent to the divine, and the mysteries of the divine realm. So revered was this ancient symbol that it inspired ancient philosophers to swear by the name of the one who brought this gift to humanity - Pythagoras. The Decad, number Ten, or Panteleia, which meant “All complete" or "fully accomplished," is the grand summit of numbers, which once reached cannot be passed. To increase the sum we must retrograde to the Monad (in other words, to get past 10 we need to start feeding the 1 at the start of the now-two-digit progression). Ten being the recipient or receptacle of all members was called Decad, from dechomai = to receive, and hence Heaven, which was ordained to receive all men. Also spoken of as Eternity, which is infinite life, because it contains every number in itself, and number is infinite.

As above, the second separate logo is called the Alpha, meaning:

The Alpha is the first letter of the Greek alphabet and in the system of Greek numerals, it has a value of 1. In English, the noun "alpha" is used as a synonym for "beginning", or "first" (in a series), reflecting its Greek roots. The letter alpha represents various concepts in physics and chemistry, and also many concepts in life’s pathways such as to describe someone who is strong and powerful. It also has been written that the first articulate sound made is ‘alpha’, because it is very plain and simple as the air coming off the mouth does not require any motion of the tongue, and therefore this is often the first sound that children make. Alpha, both as a symbol and a term, is used to refer to or describe a variety of things, including the first or most significant occurrence of something, such as the New Testament having God declaring himself to be the "Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last.” And lastly, in all these statements combined, the Alpha is the Omega Morphosis currency to achieve the pathway of change to the end.


As above, the third separate logo is called the Morphian, which represents our core mission:

Omega Morphosis wants to impress upon others the fact that a free and mutual exchange of information is of fundamental importance to new knowledge for us individually, as well as for the broader world around us. The Omega Morphosis mission is to communicate our core drive: to be the change we want to see in the world, by helping as many others be that change through the OM Plans Personal Development Platform system of informational online plans. The world is changing and there are forces for good, and forces we class as detrimental. Our mission through our services and OM Plans is to support, teach and deliver to our members the maximum change in the most positive and beneficial way for everyone. In this sense, the word Omega is defined as "the final part or the end", and Morphosis is defined as "a development or change of form", which together forms change to the end.

As above, the fourth separate logo is called the Moonshot, meaning:

The term "moonshot" derives from the Apollo 11 spaceflight project, which landed the first human on the moon in 1969. "Moonshot" may also reference the earlier phrase "shoot for the moon", broadly meaning "aim for a lofty target". This represents an ambitious, exploratory and ground-breaking effort undertaken without any expectation of near-term profitability or benefit, while also maintaining a distinctly objective investigation into the potential risks and benefits of our project. In this sense for Omega Morphosis, moonshot refers to the company's grand plan of achieving what is best for humanity as a whole, and as one entity striving for perfection, understanding, knowledge and love of nature, the universe and ourselves as a part of the whole.