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1. Omnidoxical Formulation

2. The Grand Canon of Millettism

3. Bibliography of the Omnidoxy

4. Cometanic Quotes

5. Glossary of the Omnidoxy

6. Omnidoxical Register

7. The Grand Lexicon of Astronology

8. Omnidoxical Encyclopaedia of Astronism

9. The Omnipraxy

10. The Appendadoxy: Inaugurological Astronism

11. The First Millettarian: The Foundations of Taylorianism

12. The Notations of Brandon Taylorian

13. The Statement of Amendments

14. The Declaration of Allegiance

15. The Importance of Institution

16. The Entwinement of Faith

17. The Edict of Universal Values

18. The Note on the Encouragement of Expansion

19. The Final Affirmation of Loyalty and Compliance

Post-Original (in addition to original)

1. Extraomnidoxical Resources

2. Index of Appellations

3. Index of Belief Orientations

4. Index of Concepts

5. Index of Rubrals

6. Index of Schools of Thought

7. Index of Theories

8. Links for Further Reading

9. Omnidoxical Afterword

10. Omnidoxical Record

11. Omnidoxical Distribution

12. Omnidoxical Index

13. Omnidoxical Printing

14. Promulgative Rights

15. Verified Societies and Organisations

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Segment · Omnidoxy · Preppendix

Autocreationism - a cosmicality or universality holding that either The Cosmos or The Universe created itself and continues to sustain itself without need for The Divine or any other existential sustainment other than itself; this type of view may also be known as Divine denialism. 

Autocreation - the ability to create oneself; related terms include autocreativity, autocreative, autocreatively, autocreationism, and autocreator.  

Autocreate - to manifest oneself; past participle is autocreated, present participle is autocreating, and the associated nouns are autocreator and autocreationality.