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In the field of philosophical demography, Astronism in South America refers to the study of the presence of Astronism involving its diversity, potency, and the nature of its organisation across the countries of the continent of South America.
In alphabetical order, this study includes Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, Venezuela. Dependent territories included in this study include the Falkland Islands, French Guiana, and Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha.
Several terms are used to refer to the presence of Astronism in South America including:
- Astro-South American philosophy
- Astro-South American religion
- Astro-South American spirituality
- South American astroncy
- South American Astronism
- South American astronomical religion
- South American Cosmism
- South American space religion
History of Astronism in South America
Astronism's introduction in South America began with the efforts of Cometan and other early Astronists, primarily through digital mediums. An example of which included the translation of Astronist websites to Spanish and Portuguese.
The current number of Astronists in South America is unknown and no governments have officially recognised Astronism as a religion or philosophy.
- Astronism in Argentina
- Astronism in Bolivia
- Astronism in Brazil
- Astronism in Chile
- Astronism in Colombia
- Astronism in Ecuador
- Astronism in Guyana
- Astronism in Paraguay
- Astronism in Peru
- Astronism in Suriname
- Astronism in Uruguay
- Astronism in Venezuela
- Astronism in the Falkland Islands
- Astronism in French Guiana
- Astronism in Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha