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The following glossary provides a list of the most prominent beliefs, concepts and terms relating to Astronism alongside brief definitions as a terminological overview and introduction to the subject of Astronism:

Astronism – an Astronic cosmocentric religion and philosophy founded by the philosopher Cometan and codified in the Omnidoxy that traces its lineage back to astronomical religions practiced prehistorically in the Stone Age.


Glossary of Astronism
Word Definition Etymology Derivations and alternative terms
Anti-anthropocentrism the Astronist rejection of the centricity or importance of humanity in The Cosmos both collectively and individually, the latter of which pertains to the rejection of the centricity of the self especially as a means to achieve collective transcension. derived from the prefix "anti-" as a negation and combines the prefix "anthropo-" relating to humans and the suffix "-centrism" which relates to a specified centre.
  • anti-anthropocentricity
  • anti-anthropocentric
  • anti-anthropocentrist
Astration a body of spiritual, physical, and intellectual practices considered by practitioners to be fundamental in achieving corporeal cosmosis.  derived from the prefix -astro meaning star.
  • astrational
  • astrator
  • astratress
Astrocentrism not to be confused with cosmocentrism (personal reorientation towards The Cosmos), the reorientation of societal institutions towards The Cosmos, namely as a result of the cosmocentricities of individuals.
  • astrocentric
  • astrocentricity
  • astrocentrically
  • astrocentrist
Astrocism the tradition of mysticism within Astronism whose goal is to achieve corporeal cosmosis by locating various astronomical elixirs and by surmounting mysteries regarding The Cosmos. 
  • astrocist
  • astrocistic
Astronic relating to the Astronic tradition and is used as an overarching term to encompass both Astronist and Millettic cultures and thought traditions. 
  • Astronical
  • Astronically
  • Astronicism
Astronic cosmology the cosmological system associated with Astronist beliefs regarding the nature, structure, chronology, and existential functionality of the universe.
Astronic tradition the overarching tradition of thought and culture founded by Cometan within which Astronic religions, Astronic philosophy, Astronic ideology, and Astronic mythology reside. 
Astronisation the conceptual and physical process which the subject undergoes as part of its growing likeness towards Astronist ideals and beliefs. 
  • Astronise
  • Astroniser
  • Astronisational
Astronist ethics the system of ethics associated with Astronism and approach to ethics as interpreted by Astronists. 
Astronist panentheism the Astronist interpretation of the nature of The Divine to be interpenetrative of The Cosmos and The Universe whilst also existing outside of both existences. 
Astronomical elixir in Astrocism, the belief that there exists a series of physical objects or places in The Cosmos that, upon being reached and understood, will lead to one’s achievement of corporeal cosmosis. 
Astronomic Revolution the social, cultural, religious, and political revolution heralded by The Founding of Astronism disseminating the notion and belief that astronomy, space exploration, and The Cosmos should become central elements of people’s lives individually and humanity as a whole for the progression and advancement of human civilisation and to proximate the connection between humanity and The Cosmos on a myriad of levels, both spiritually and intellectually, as well as culturally, technologically, and religiously. 
Astrosis the principal goal of Astrocism, or Astronic mysticism, to become enknowledged of astronomical mysteries both through space exploration and through on-Earth cosmic devotion, Cosmic Awareness, and corporeal cosmosis. 
Astrosa the worldwide community of Astronists as considered to be a collectivity of like-minded individuals.
  • Astrosal
  • Astrosic
Cometanism the branch or denomination of Astronism that is associated with the specific beliefs of its founder, Cometan, and his approach to Astronism which is distinguished from Institutional Astronism, the form of Astronism associated with what is espoused by The Institution of The Philosophy of Millettism. 
  • Cometanist
  • Cometanic
Conceptual elasticity the ability for Astronism to return and to retain its belief system even if some centre concepts are taking out or are disbelieved. 
Contributionism a transcensionist belief orientation holding that the achievement of transcension is only completable through contributions to society and that individual contributions to the collective should be the goal of people’s lives.  
  • contributionist
  • contributionistic
Corporeal cosmosis the belief in Astrocism, or Astronist mysticism, that one’s achievement of cosmosis is possible while they are still alive in addition to when they have passed away which is known as post-corporeal cosmosis, or just simply known as cosmosis. 
Cosmicality a particular conception of The Cosmos, often applied as an instrument of study. 
Cosmic Awareness humanity’s collective relationship with The Cosmos as a whole considered according to the fluctuating extent to which humanity is devoted to and religiously focused on astronomical progeny and phenomena as the principal sign of humanity’s awareness. 
Cosmic devotion a set of practices and associated beliefs considered to proximate oneself to The Cosmos and improve one’s personal relationship with The Cosmos with the intention of achieving transcension and corporeal cosmosis.
  • cosmodevotion
  • astrodevotion
Cosmic philosophy a branch of philosophy originating from within the Astronic tradition through The Founding of Astronism and deals with the study of the nature, ontology, forms, functions, structures, epistemologies, aesthetics, logic and metaphysics of The Cosmos as a whole or towards particular cosmic progeny and phenomena. Cosmic philosophy also encompasses the contemplation of space exploration in all aspects, particularly space ethics which is a branch of ethics founded by cosmic philosophy. 
  • cosmontology
  • cosmophilosophy
  • astrophilosophy
Cosmocentrism the singular defining belief of Astronism and the worldview of the entire Astronic tradition in which The Cosmos is considered to be the only empirically real entity to provide existential purpose to humanity. Cosmocentricity involves placing The Cosmos at the centre of individual and societal spiritual, intellectual, economic and practical life. Cosmocentrism can be contrasted with other worldviews placing a focus on a particular entity or concept such as theocentrism, anthropocentrism, technocentrism, geocentrism, and others. 
  • cosmocentric
  • cosmocentrically
  • cosmocentricity
  • cosmocentrist
Cosmodora an elaborate poem about cosmic progeny and phenomena that implicitly states Astronist beliefs and is a hallmark of cosmic philosophy, often used in non-academic circumstances to teach of the Astronist view of The Cosmos and its functions.
Cosmomancy a divination system finding its origins within Astronism that is centred on the belief that The Cosmos can be invoked and interpreted so as to attain knowledge of the future and the unknown through practicing a series of divination techniques. 
  • cosmomancer
Cosmos-Chaos Dichotomy the appellation for the dichotomy between The Cosmos and The Chaos from the Astronic cosmology, the former of which represents order, limitation, knownness, system and structure which the latter is the antithesis representing disorder, potential limitlessness, unknownness, and sporadic nature. 
Cosmosis referred to as “becoming One with The Cosmos”, one of the central beliefs of Astronism stating that physical, spiritual, and intellectual union with the animate and whole entity known as The Cosmos is not only possible, but should be desirable as part of our existential purpose to progress and advance. It is considered to be achieved by all existential beings and entities as part of the cessation of their individual existences, such as the death of a human, which is known as post-corporeal cosmosis. The other form, which is known as corporeal cosmosis, forms the basis of the tradition of mysticism within Astronism known as Astrocism wherein it is believed that cosmosis is achievable during one’s life through transcension, cosmic devotion, space exploration, and enknowledgement.
  • post-corporeal cosmosis
  • necro-cosmosis
  • cosmic union
  • cosmic reunion
  • cosmic unity
  • cosmic enlightenment 
  • cosmic oneness,
  • "becoming One with The Cosmos"
Creation theory a significant discipline of study of Astronic philosophy dealing with and discussing the various approaches and beliefs regarding the creation of The Cosmos and The Universe, and their interactions with one another thereafter. It is contrasted with finality theory. 
Definitionalism a form of writing present throughout the Omnidoxy characterised by its explanation of concepts and beliefs and various other elements of Astronism through a plethora of definitions rather than rhapsodic or poetical musings.
  • definitionalist
  • definitionalistic
Depadotheism the form of theism originating from Astronic philosophy holding that God, or The Divine, has a merciless, non-empathic, and neutral nature that is completely removed and devoid of all human attributed emotions. Depadotheistic views of God are considered to be pure and without human applied attributes as a reflection of ourselves which is considered to be the basis of many non-Astronic theologies and to which depadotheism is opposed. 
  • depadism
  • depadic
  • depadist
  • depadotheist
  • depadotheistic
Discipline of study a subject within the Astronic tradition of thought and culture systemised and provided with a title and within which subdisciplines reside. 
Discourse the secondary textual structure of the Omnidoxy after disquisitions comprised of a series of insentensations and of which there exists a variety of types either according to length or content or positioning within the disquisition. 
Disquisition the primary textual structure of the Omnidoxy within which a myriad of discourses reside. There are twelve disquisition comprising the Omnidoxy which hold a great variance in their lengths, subjects, and in the dominant forms of writing used within them. 
  • disquisitional
  • disquisitionally
Divinology the discipline of study of Astronic philosophy dealing with the nature, ontology, existentiality, and other aspects of The Divine as the Astronist conception of God. A divinology is a specific conception or interpretation of The Divine, of which there are many, often in relation to traditional forms of theology. 
  • divinologist
  • divinological
  • divinologically
Enknowledgement a central practice of Astronism involving the importance of the acquisition of knowledge as the utmost priority for the subsequent achievement of transcension and corporeal cosmosis, and the improvement of a person’s ability to philosophise. 
  • enknowledger
  • enknowledgemental
Ephemeralism the eschatological belief of Astronism holding that cosmic nature, from which human nature is derived, is naturally and intrinsically impermanent and transient therefore instances such as death are considered to be a natural part of cosmic existence and existential cessation without any form of afterlife due to one’s completion of cosmosis. 
  • ephemeralist
Extollation the tradition and process of the recognition of relevant people and their works and life stories within Astronism. Unlike in the Christian form of recognition known as canonisation, extollation can be designated to a person who is still alive and does not involve any notions of intercessory powers or connections to supernatural phenomena (that form of recognition is known as celestification). Instead, to be extolled means to have lived a life according to contributionism in which a person has contributed to the world in their own unique way according to their abilities and ambitions. Candidates for extollation are often confined to being inventors, astronomers, cosmologists, philosophers, writers, astronauts, and explorers. 
  • extollational
  • extollate
Finality theory the discipline of study of Astronic philosophy dealing with and discussing the various approaches and beliefs either regarding the end of the existence of The Cosmos and the events involved, or the proposed end of existence entirely, often referred to as Universal cessation which is itself, as a belief, rejected by the Astronic cosmology due to infinite nature of The Universe. 
Forms of Astronism the myriad of ways in which Astronism has and will continue to develop as an organised philosophy through the three principal forms of philosophical, theoretical, and practical. The study of the forms of Astronism also considers the various levels of orthodoxy within Astronism in addition to syncretism. The forms of Astronism remains an important system form labelling and categorising the various different manifestations of Astronism. 
Inclusive discipline a series of disciplines of study within Astronism collected together to form an inclusive discipline either due to their shared theme or according to their shared place of introduction or address within the Omnidoxy. Each disquisition of the Omnidoxy is assigned with an inclusive discipline hence there exists only twelve disciplines. Disciplines of study categorised within an inclusive discipline are known as inclusivised disciplines while those which are not are referred to as disinclusivised disciplines.  
Insentence the unique writing system used to organise the Omnidoxy characterised by the paragraphing of each sentence which are then indexed. Such sentences are then referred to as insentensations. 
Institutional Astronism the principal and authoritative form of Astronism espoused by The Institution of The Philosophy of Millettism and may also be referred to as Orthodox Astronism, or the Millettarian Tradition. 
Instrument of study a type of conceptual characterised by its measurement of a subject to which it is applied. There exists a large body of instruments of study and they make up a significant portion of philosophical inquiry. The collective study of instruments of theory is referred to as instrument theory which typically involves the comparison between different instruments. 
Intracosmism a belief orientation categorised as one of The Seven Tenets of Association and considered to be a form of cosmocentrism maintaining that questions regarding human existentiality are answerable through the exploration and enknowledgement of The Cosmos as opposed to extracosmical concepts such as God. 
  • intracosmist
  • intracosmistic
Humanic Exploration of The Cosmos the entire process and event of space exploration as considered to be inspired and fuelled by religious, intellectual, cultural, and destinical motivations in addition to the already established economic, technological, and financial motivations.  
Hyperdiscourse a type of discourse of the Omnidoxy characterised as being more than one hundred insentensations in total length. 
Limitationism a central belief regarding the nature of cosmic existence holding that The Cosmos and all within that holds a cosmic nature is limited by that nature, is transient, and fundamentally finite. Limitationism informs the entire Astronist metaphysical and physical understanding of existence and by extension of its principles, denies the existence of a soul, especially a permanent spirit, denies the existence of an afterlife, and also postulates that all existence within The Cosmos cannot exist outside or exit The Cosmos which is a process known as transcosmisation.
  • Cosmic Limitation Principle
  • Principle of Cosmic Limitation
Manumissionism the Astronist theological orientation predicated upon the notion that freedom rather than submission should be central to one’s beliefs. Manumissionism is contrasted with submissionism.
  • manumissionist
Microdiscourse a type of discourse of the Omnidoxy categorised as being ten or fewer insentensations in total length and is therefore the shortest of all discourse types. 
Millettarianism the ideological wing of Astronism that emerged during The Founding of Astronism and as a hallmark of Millettic philosophy and culture and within which the spacist movement originated. 
  • Millettarianist
  • Spacism
  • Spacist
Megadiscourse a type of discourse of the Omnidoxy categorised as having more than one thousand insentensations. It is the longest and most rare of all the discourse types. 
Motionalism the metaphilosophical and metareligious notion that a religion or a philosophy (or organised philosophy) can be structured on progression, the development of ideas, the addition of knowledge from scientific discovery, and the general principle that a belief system should serve and be moulded by the society and its needs in the present time and due to which the belief system should continually reshape itself to remain relevant in. Motionalism represents the fundamental structure, nature, and identity of Astronism as an organised philosophy. 
  • motionalist
Multifaricity the state, fact, and nature of Astronism to be comprised of a number of different names and forms of reference. 
  • Polynymity of Astronism
Naturalism one of the four principal schools of Astronist eschatology denying the existence of any form of supernaturalism and holds that nature, both terrestrial and cosmic, provides the answers to human existentiality. It advocates for the notion that humans are simply a product of nature without any divinely ascribed significance in The Cosmos. Other hallmarks of naturalistic eschatology are the denial of an afterlife, the denial of the existence of the soul, and the denial of the direct interaction between humans and The Divine (God). 
  • naturalist
  • naturalistic
New Concept Development the department within The Institution of The Philosophy of Millettism dedicated to receiving, reviewing, and officialising new beliefs, terms, and conceptuals to become part of Astronism. Such decisions are made by a council of scholars and Institutional leaders. Unlike in other religions and philosophies, any person can submit their conceptual proposal which is derived from the Diversity of Thought policy of The Institution.
  • NCD
Omnicreativity one of the Attributes of Divinity pertaining to The Divine’s property and unique existential ability to have infinitely sustained an uncreated Universe and the infinite abundance of the isolated cosmoses that reside within The Universe and form The Omniverse.
  • omnicreative
  • omnicreator
  • omnicreational
  • omnicreate
Omnidoxicology the discipline of study dealing with the exegesis, organisation, comparison, and criticism of the Omnidoxy; an expert in which is known as an omnidoxicologist. Less formal forms of study are referred to as omnidoxical studies or omnidoxy studies.
  • omnidoxicological
  • omnidoxicologist
Organised philosophy the technical designation of Astronism considered to be a synthesis of a religion and a philosophy. 
Pardiscourse a type of discourse of the Omnidoxy categorised as being between eleven and one-hundred insentensations in total length. Pardiscourses are longer than microdiscourses, yet remain shorter than both hyperdiscourses and megadiscourses. 
Personal inspiration the form of non-theistic revelation which Cometan is considered to have first experienced during his adolescence in which an intensive series of ideas overcome to the receiver regarding a range of subjects known as an indrucy. 
Phenomena one of two types of physical astronomical objects characterised as being an event rather than a semi-permanent entity. Examples of phenomena are supernovae and eclipses. Phenomena are contrasted with progeny, the other type of physical astronomical object. 
Philosophical Spirit a set of principle considered to be inherent of philosophic behaviour and values to which Astronists are bound and which are considered to be primary characteristics forming the identity of Astronism as an organised philosophy, or a synthesis of philosophy and religion. 
Poeticism one of three omnidoxical writing styles in which Cometan took a metaphorical and distinctly poetic approach to discourse writing and is mostly commonly found in the Monodoxy. 
  • poeticist
Progeny one of two types of physical astronomical objects characterised as a semi-permanent entity such as planets, stars, galaxies, and filaments. Progeny is the collective term for all these astronomical objects of this nature and are contrasted with phenomena which are astronomical events like supernovae and eclipses. 
  • progenial
Promulgation not to be confused with tirition, the form of the dissemination of Astronism through modern means of advertising and marketing. Essentially, the functions and methodologies propelling the commercialisation of Astronism.
  • promulgative
Reascensionism a central belief of Astronism calling for the reascension of philosophy as a once firmly engrained pillar of society that is believed to have been undermined as a social and cultural driver by its professionalisation. The reascensionist movement heralds the re-emergence of philosophy to become a central part of people’s lives. 
  • reascensionist
  • reascensionistic
Reinvigorationism the belief that space exploration and a general mass interest in astronomy and humanity’s interaction with space must be re-emphasised as part of the Astronomic Revolution.
  • reinvigorationist
  • reinvigorationistic
Retronism any form of artistic expression or commemoration of pre-Cometanic forms of cosmocentric thinking, particularly instances of which are known as retrons. Examples of retronism include artistic expressions of the first decade of the space age, or of pre-Cometanic instances of space exploration having transcended to the mainstream cultural vernacular, such as the 1969 moon landing. 
  • retronist
  • retronistic
Rhapsodicism one of the writing styles of the Omnidoxy and arguably the most numerous and is characterised by its distinct insensity when it comes to the explanation and exploration of deeply complex philosophical concepts. 
  • rhapsodicist
  • rhapsodicistic
Rubral the name for the title that is ascribed to each discourse in the Omnidoxy. 
  • rubrality
Sentientism a belief orientation holding that there exists an abundance of all forms of life in The Cosmos, both sentient and non-sentient. It is categorised as one of The Seven Tenets of Association and is therefore central to Astronist beliefs. 
  • sentientist
  • sentiental
  • sentientic
Space ethics the branch of ethics categorised within cosmic philosophy and derived from Astronist ethics. Space ethics considers and explores a myriad of questions regarding the ethicality of human interaction in space and with extraterrestrial progeny and phenomena, namely as part of space exploration. 
  • astroethics
  • astroethical
Spacism the principal form and branch of Millettarianism maintaing an ideology fixated on space exploration. The spacist movement advocates for the political and economic emphasis on human exploration of space. It encompasses a vast array of concepts, rationalities and methods inspired by Astronist beliefs for the practical exploration of space. Spacism can be considered as Astronism’s primary endeavour into the political realm as a practical function for the initiation of the Humanic Exploration of The Cosmos. 
  • spacist
  • spacistic
Subdiscipline of study a discipline of study categorised within a wider discipline of study. 
  • subdisciplinary
Subordinationism the Astronist cosmological belief holding that all that exists cosmically does so in subordination to all that exists universally and divinely. Principally, it holds that all existence is subordinate to The Divine either as its creator (in the case of cosmic nature), or its sustainer (in the case of universal nature). 
  • subordinationist
Subsentensation a type of insentensation that is found as a subset of an insentensation. Each is indexed by the use of alphabetised letters placed after the insentensation number. 
Surceasion a break in a discourse characterised by the placement of a hyphen between two insentensations either to denote a change of topic or to denote a discourse extension. 
The Betwixity one of the lesser existences of the Astronic cosmology collectively pertaining to all space that exists between cosmic progeny and phenomena in The Cosmos.
The Chaos the antithesis of The Cosmos and classified as one of the three lesser existences. The collective term for all instances of disorder, irregularity, volatility, and unknownness present in The Cosmos. The true extent of The Chaos is not considered to be derivable due to its unknown nature. It is considered that The Chaos holds the ability to transcosmise, or travel between cosmoses in The Universe. The Chaos is not itself a physical entity, but instead a collectivity of entities that are considered to hold chaotic natures.
The Compilation the appellation for the idea and instance in which Cometan had the idea to compile The Millettarian Methodology and other pre-omnidoxical works fit within The Grand Centrality instead of them existing as separate publications. Two orientations are formed in relation to this and closely related topics include compilationism and non-compilationism, especially by opening up discussions regarding the consequences of the proximation of Astronism with Millettarianism. 
The Cosmos referred to as the universe in mainstream terminology, the realm of existence in which humanity, all the galaxies and the space originating from The Big Bang reside. The Cosmos, or cosmic nature, is considered to be limited and transient and it is outside The Cosmos that the infinite and permanent Universe exists. It is postulated that there exists an infinite amount of cosmoses in The Universe which, when considered collectively, is known as The Omniverse. The Cosmos, in contrast with The Chaos, represents order, pattern, structure, and substance which are hallmarks of cosmic nature. 
The Divine the depadotheistic and panentheistic conception of God in Astronism which is classified as a realm of existence to which The Universe and The Cosmos are subordinate. The Divine is considered to not have created The Universe but is a sustainer of it due to the infinite nature of The Universe. The Divine is considered to be the creator of every Cosmos in The Universe. 
Theistic naturalism the most prominent theological position in Astronism and the theological approach undertaken by Institutional Astronism denying the existence of an afterlife, denying the interactionality between humanity and The Divine (God), yet affirming the existence, interpenetrativity, omnicreativity, and the Attributes of God nonetheless.
The Metagalaxy one of the existences of the Astronic cosmology pertaining to the spaces, progeny, and phenomena in The Cosmos beyond the bounds of individual galaxies, namely regarding philosophical contemplations of filaments, superclusters, hyperclusters, quasars, and other cosmical superstructures.
The Metakosmia one of the subservient existences of the Astronic cosmology pertaining to the area or state of existence along the cosmic periphery beyond which The Universe begins. Reaching The Metakosmia is considered to be impossible for any cosmic entity or being. The Metakosmia is the point at which any cosmos ends and where The Universe therein begins. 
The Mytra categorised as one of the three lesser existences of the Astronic cosmology pertaining to a person’s individual, unique, and consequential relationship with The Cosmos and involves physical, emotional, spiritual, mental, and intellectual dimensions. The state of a person’s mytra is considered to be instrumental to the extent to which that person has achieved cosmosis. 
The Omniverse one of the realms of existence categorised as a subservient existences of the Astronic cosmology collectively relating to the infinite amount of cosmoses considered to exist within The Universe due to its infinite nature. It is important to note that each cosmos in The Universe is considered limited and transient while both the frequency and abundance of cosmoses in The Universe infinite. This is because cosmoses are subject to Universal laws while all that exists within cosmoses are subject to Cosmic laws. 
The Seven Tenets of Association the seven central beliefs and principles forming the foundations of Astronist thought namely including sentientism, the Humanic Exploration of The Cosmos, and intracosmism. The Seven Tenets of Association only encompass a fraction of the plethora of beliefs associated with Astronism, however, they serve a foundational purpose and introduce the general theme of the organised philosophy. 
The Universe the realm of existence beyond The Cosmos and every other of the infinite amount of cosmoses existing within The Universe. It is beyond the periphery of every Cosmos that The Universe is considered to exist. Universal nature is fundamentally divergent from cosmic nature in that it remains an infinite and permanent. 
Tirition the process of the means by which Astronism is spread through non-commercial and non-advertising means (see promulgation). Tirition can be considered the equivalent of religious missionary work with a distinctly philosophic identity. 
  • tiritive
  • tiritional
Transcension the notion that humanity’s exploration of space will lead to advancements in our physical, mental, spiritual, and intellectual abilities and knowledges and that space exploration for the purpose of transcending is humanity's existential purpose. 
  • transcensional
Transcensionism the belief orientation derived from the notion of transcension and an Astronist eschatological school holding that it is humanity existential purpose and destiny to explore space and that without humanity’s commitment to its advancement towards space, that humanity will not achieve improvements in our knowledge, spirituality, intellectuality, physicality, and mentality. Essentially, transcensionism is predicated upon the notion that the endeavour of space exploration provides humanity with existential purpose without the need for the involvement of a God or the afterlife. Important to transcensionism is both corporeal cosmosis and contributionism. 
  • transcensionist
Transtellationism a major Astronist eschatological school encompassing a wide variety of beliefs and concepts involving some supernatural element and is therefore distinguished from the other Astronist eschatological schools. Transtellationism is the most broad of all the schools in terms of the variety of beliefs within it, the most prominent of which is transtellationism itself which notionises that upon our corporeal deaths our souls transmigration either to The Cosmos as a whole, usually referred to as “the stars”, or to a particular cosmic progeny or phenomena. 
  • Transtellationist
  • Transtellative
  • Transtellationistic
Triadism a major Astronist cosmological belief regarding the nature of The Universe predicated upon three essential notions, the first of which is uncreatedness of The Universe, the second of which is the divine sustainment of The Universe, and the third of which is divine omnicreativity which, when considered together, create the triadic formulation. 
  • triadist
Uncreatedness the Astronist cosmological belief holding that due to the infinite nature of The Universe, it couldn’t have been created which would automatically deny its infinite nature; this is known as the problem of the createdness of The Universe. As a reaction to this, uncreatedness states that The Universe was not created by The Divine, but has instead always existed, but is nonetheless sustained by The Divine and is dependent upon The Divine for its continued existence, thus still adhering to the belief of subordinationism. 
Unique Way the Astronist response to the Buddhist doctrine of the Middle Way holding that unique combination of indulgence, moderation, and asceticism will be sought after and implemented by every single individual due to their uniqueness rather than a “one size fits all” doctrine in which the masses are ascribed with a set of general principles for them to form in uniformity. 
Uniquitarianism the central ontological position of Astronism holding that all sentient beings hold a state of consciousness and mentality known as uniquity which is intrinsically linked to their destiny. Essentially, the nature of being in Astronism is therefore entirely considered through this understanding of uniquity. Uniquitarianism first originated as the Astronist response to complementarianism and egalitarianism from which it developed to become the primary ontological position of Astronism. 
  • uniquitarian
  • uniquitarianist
  • uniquity
  • uniquitarianistic
Universality an instrument of study pertaining to a particular conception of The Universe, its nature, its ontology, its existentiality, and its interactionality with other realms of existence in the Astronic cosmology. 
Vendox the most well-known symbol of Astronism. A vendox symbol is characterised by the depiction of a blank book in the centre of two strips almost circularly encompassing it entirely which then extend upwards vertically and between which six stars are often depicted. 
  • vendoxic
  • vendoxical
  • vendoxology

See also