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222 Longmeanygate in Leyland was one of the childhood homes of Cometan.

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Names and identity

Nominal variations

Cometan · Brandon Reece Taylor · Brandon Taylorian · Kometan · Kāng Míng Én · Kotatani · Rajul Alkun · Komatenakan · Kamietan · Cumetanu · Kometano · Cometano · K’omet’ani · Kōmēṭana · קומטאן · Chomaitan · Kómetan · コメタン · Kāmeṭan · Ko Metan · Komitanski · Kamēṭana · کامیټان · Kāmēṭana · کمدین · Кометан · کامیٹن · I-Cometan · קאָמעטאַן

Nominal identity

Mononymity · Transpatronymy · Scholarly name · Historical name · Dyadonymity · Cosma and Cometan · Cosma & Cometan

Professional and vocational identity

Philosophership · Foundership · Authorship · Composership · Celebrity · Neologist · Entrepreneurship

National identity

British identity · Armenian affinity · Internationalism ·

Religious identity

Astronic identity · First Astronist · Personage of Cometan · Cometanhood

Eras and annual life periods

The Founding of Astronism

The Gift (2013) · Ignorance (2014) · Enlightenment (2015) · Expansion (2016) · Consolidation (2017) · Prolifics (2018) · Completion (2019) · Manifestation (2020)

Philosophical contributions
Astronism · Astronic tradition · Cometanism · Taylorianism · Millettarianism · Cosmic philosophy · Millettarian Philosophy · Neology · Religious commercial development
Family members and associates

Parents and grandparents

Louise Counsell · Sean Taylor · Julian Counsell · Nadine Taylor · Bill Warbrick · Derek Taylor · Hilda Warbrick · Irene Taylor


Lucia Richardson · Kieran Taylorian · Charlotte Counsell · Kent Taylorian · Zara Taylorian · Jay Taylorian · Edie Taylorian

Partners and love interests



Huang Xiangdong · Mai Kaijian · Cheung Cho Chuen

Business associates

Life events and periods

Life events

Birth · Childhood · Adolescence · Artistic journey · Creation of Jesse Millette · 21st Birthday

Astronist periods

The Founding of Astronism · The Establishment of Astronism


Childhood and adolescence

6 New Street · 239 Station Road · Brooklands · 222 Longmeanygate · 10 Maple Drive · 160 Cop Lane




Hoghton Tower · Lectureship · Entrepreneurship


Philosopher · Philosophership · Authorship · Foundership · Composership · Diarist career



Omnidoxy · The Grand Centrality · The Grand Lexicon of Millettarian Terminology · The Grand Constitution


The Original Jesse Millette Series

The People's Constitutional Company of Jesse Millette · The Institution of The Philosophy of Millettism · Social Sorcerer · Photography Lately · Eulocis Group
Notable images
First Portrait · Tsitsernakaberd · Black & White Cometan · Tian Tan Buddha · Tiananmen Square · Graduation
Primary school · Secondary school · College · University · Auto-didacticism
Other endeavours
Armenian Genocide recognition advocacy · Religious education advocacy · Religious persecution advocacy
Related topics
Cometan in Astronism · Cometanic · Criticism of Cometan ·

222 Longmeanygate is a large detached residence with an attached annexe sat in a three acre plot located on the outskirts of the town of Leyland in the English county of Lancashire.

222 was one of the major childhood homes of Cometan. The house was owned by Cometan's paternal grandparents, Derek and Irene Taylor. It was this house that Cometan spent the majority of his weekends in during his childhood.

Cometan's grandmother, Irene, was a devout Roman Catholic and decorated the entire house with religious icons. The grounds of the house featured a Mary garden which Irene and her grandchildren made.

It is considered that Cometan's deep interest in religion and philosophy stemmed from his grandmother's ardent religiosity. Cometan spent the majority of his time with his cousins and his grandmother and would recall many memories at 222 years later.

Death of Cometan's grandmother and dispute of probate

On the 16th October 2015, Irene Taylor died in the piano room of 222 Longmeanygate, but in the wake of her death, she left behind a will that was highly suspicious. The will stated that Irene had left the entirety of 222 Longmeanygate, its land, and the contents in the house to just one of her children and two of her grandchildren. This was particularly strange due to the fact that Irene had ten children and over thirty grandchildren.

After the will had been read, arguments erupted as to validity of the document and the family divided into factions with different opinions about who should receive the house, the land, and the house's contents.