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Post-Omnidoxicality is a denotation of a period in the history of Astronism. It relates to a piece of writing, a discussion, a concept, or even an entire philosophy that does not hold its origins within The Omnidoxy, due to the fact that it was never addressed within the founding treatise, although it remains associated by theme or subject to Astronism.

Post-omnidoxical works should not be confused with extraomnidoxical works, or entities categorised in a state of extraomnidoxicality. An example of a post-omnidoxical discussion is that of the relationship between the literary genre of science fiction and Astronism.

Change of use[]

The origins of the Astrodoxy rest in the Autumn of The Year of Manifestation (around October and November 2020) and it was during and after time that the word pre-Astrodoxical began to be used to denote works and events taking place at that time. The word pre-Astrodoxical had therefore come to replace the word post-Omnidoxical by this time in official Institutional documents and materials and is particularly associated with the First Edition of The Institutional Dictionary of Astronism. Although the two terms can and are used interchangeably, if a person wishes to specify a certain subera, they can follow the guidelines below with regards to distinguished usage of the terms.

  • Post-Omnidoxical (the period between February 2019 and September 2020)
  • Pre-Astrodoxical (the period between October 2020 and July 2021).


  • Post-Omnidoxical | adjective
  • Post-Omnidoxically | adverb

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