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Forms of Millettism

 
Main forms
Devotional (Devotology)
General forms

Cosmic Devotion · Mutual devotion

Specific forms

Retination · Stardance · Starsleeping · Astrophotography

Physical and mental
Astration · Astromeditation

Revelatory, intellectual and philosophic
Personal inspiration · Indrucy · Astrologue · Debatation

Activities (Occurrology)
Individual

Startryst

Private

Intosy · Panosy

Public, sopharial or phrontisterial

Astronomy tourism · Cosmogosy · Phrontistas · Starball · Philosophic tourism · Sempition · Orreration · Holographic show

Festivals and events
Starlight Festival (Stellara · Kintana · The Starlight Council) · Starlight social · Astrofair · Astroprom · Stargazing · Starguild · Starparty · Theatrosy

Either individual, private or public

Astronomical observation · Astrocrafts · Astroexercise · Starbathing · Stardown · Starjam · Starnight · Starwalk · Sungrazing · Philosophers' camp

Main terms
Modes of Philosophicity · Astrosy · Umism · Astral therapy · Occurrosy · Philosophical therapy · Starblind · Stardrench · Starfade · Stardress · Starfast · Starless · Star-roof · Starroom · Starseeker · Starsilence · Starspot · Starspring · Starsurge · Startrap · Starward · Nyctogenous · Diurgenous
Belief orientations
Anti-Institutionism · Prosubscriptionism
Subdisciplines of study
Devotology · Festology · Verontology · Avicinology

In Astronist philosophy and terminology, vimition is the visual and cosmical phenomena and process of the brain and optical function wherein fainter stars aren’t visible at one’s first glance at the night sky, but upon a second, or more prolonged glance, fainter stars begin to appear that had not previously. 

Interpretation

Post-omnidoxically, Cometan explored the phenomenon of vimition and understood that the adjustment of a person's eyes to the stars was a metaphor for their mind and soul experiencing the same kind of adjustment, after which they are able to feel The Cosmos in a new way. Vimition, in this interpretation, has been compared to a type of Astronist conversion in which the person not only sees The Cosmos religiously, but feels it too.

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