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Astronism by country

Religious aspiration

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Edited by the Journal of Astronist Philosophy

Last updated: DEC. 21, 2019

The Vendox is the most well-known symbol representing Astronism.

In the Astronist philosophy of religionreligious aspiration, also referred to as the religious goal, is a post-omnidoxical theory of religion of Cometanic origin stating that in every religion, there exists an essential, core goal or aspiration that every adherent is fixated on achieving. This aspiration can be most accurately described as being the driving force of the religion's belief system.

Examples in religions:

  • Astronism –– achievement of cosmosis

  • Buddhism –– achievement of enlightenment (breaking the cycle of samsara)

  • Christianity –– reaching heaven

  • Hinduism –– breaking the cycle of samsara

  • Islam –– reaching paradise

  • Jainism –– breaking the cycle of samsara

  • Spiritualism –– being able to communicate with the deceased

See also

  • Astronist philosophy of religion

  • Disciplines of Astronism

  • History of Astronism

  • Outline of Astronism

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