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Three Word model

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Edited by the Journal of Astronist Philosophy

Last updated: JAN. 8, 2020

The Three Word model is an omnidoxical theory of religion of Cometanic origin involving an understanding of religions and philosophies in a metareligious and metaphilosophical context. It understands religions and philosophies through the lens of three words which are considered to summarise the belief system according to its primary name, its founder, and its founding text.

Cometan understood that all belief systems followed this model and he considered it to be the most basic and fundamental step in learning about a particular belief system. During The Founding of Astronism, Cometan applied this three word model to the context of Astronism resulting in three word model of Astronism (religion's name), Cometan (founder), and Omnidoxy (founding text).

List of religions and philosophies according to the Three Word model:

(Islam - Muhammad - Quran)

(Christianity - Jesus - Bible)

(Buddhism - Gautama Buddha - Sutras)

(Judaism - Abraham - Torah)

(Jainism - Mahavira - Agam Sutras)

(Sikhism - Guru Nanak - Guru Granth Sahib)

Four Word model:

Further developments in the Astronist philosophy of religion resulted in the creation of the Four Word model theory which, when applied to the context of Astronism, added the religion's principal symbol.

(Astronism – Cometan – Omnidoxy – Vendox)

(Christianity – Jesus – Bible – Cross)

Other models:

Five word model:

(Astronism – Cometan – Omnidoxy – Vendox – Cosmocentrism)

Six word model:

(Astronism – Cometan – Omnidoxy – Vendox – Cosmocentrism – Cosmosis)

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Astrophotography · Astronomical commemoration

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