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A musing is a type of conceptual making up the majority of the Omnidoxy and is characterised as being an unorganised notion, hence it has no appellation attached to it and is found purely in literary form. For this reason, musings are not included in dictionary entries or in encyclopaedias of Astronism as they remain without definitions as they are simply just thoughts and ideas.
Musings are the least organised, but the most numerous of conceptuals within Astronism. They hold varying levels of potentiality with regards to whether they can be transitioned into organised conceptuals such as beliefs, theories, and concepts. Much of what makes up post-omnidoxical ideation is the transformation of musings into organised conceptuals through their expansion, appellation, and development.