DASHBOARD OF ASTRONIST BELIEFS

Astronic tradition

The philosophical and religious superstructure encompassing the entirety of thought, beliefs, concepts and practices of an Astronic nature, theme, or origin. 

The tradition of philosophy characterised by cosmocentric beliefs and thoughts and whose primary derivations are cosmic philosophy, Astronist philosophy, and Millettic philosophy.

The branch of philosophy founded by Cometan that focuses its inquiries around the aesthetics, metaphysics, and logic of The Cosmos, as well as the ethics of space exploration and related issues. 

The Astronist approach to various branches of study within philosophy that are intrinsically informed by the beliefs, practices and the cosmocentric worldview of Astronism.

The form of philosophy that is characterised by Millettic culture and is heavily informed by Millettarian literature with its principal areas of interest including language and the philosophy of literature.

The form of philosophy derived from both Astronist philosophy and Millettic philosophy that is structured upon the combined works and contributions made by Cometan to various branches of philosophy throughout his public life.

Cosmological

Beliefs concerning the nature, structure, and chronology of the universe.

Beliefs concerning the nature, structure, and chronology of the universe.

Belief orientation of Astronist cosmology holding the triadic formulation of Universal uncreatedness, Divine sustainment, and omnicreativity.

A staple Astronist belief holding that The Universe was not created due to its infinite nature, but remains dependent upon The Divine for sustainment.

The Astronist interpretation of the nature, structure, chronology, ontology, and destiny being structured by The Cosmos, The Universe and The Divine.

The Astronist conception of God; provided with no identification or role beyond that of the Attributes of Divinity, namely its omnicreativity. 

The realm in which humans, stars, galaxies etc. reside having been created at The Big Bang and beyond the periphery of which The Universe exists.

One of the three essential existences; a realm holding an infinite nature and encompasses both The Cosmos and The Omniverse.

One of the three lesser existences; considered to be the  antithesis of The Cosmos and cosmic nature; characterised by unknownness and disorder.

A realm of existence synonymous with the belief of an infinite amount of cosmoses residing within The Universe.

A prominent belief orientation holding that cosmic nature is fundamentally limited and transient; manifested in the Cosmic Limitation Principle. 

Societal

Beliefs concerning changes applied to society as part of Astronist beliefs.

The belief that philosophy has been ostracised from its true place as a societal pillar and that its return will see humanity's advancement.

The belief that space exploration as a sociocultural movement needs to be rejuvenated for the Humanc Exploration of The Cosmos to occur.

A post-omnidoxical notion stating humanity's over-emphasis for the immediate trivial world is humanity's downfall and degradation.

Perceptual and intellectual

Beliefs concerning individual and collective perception and mentality. 

The principal worldview of Astronism holding that The Cosmos, space, and all that exists beyond The Earth should become central to religious belief.

Advocation for the centralisation of astronomy, outer space, and Astronic religion in society through cultural institutions and sopharium-building.

The notion that humanity has progressed due to the consequences of revolutions, of which the Astronomic Revolution is the next to occur.

A set of principles considered to outline the basic application, form, and behaviour of what it means to be philosophical in its one's outlook.

The notion that human knowledge is unfulfilled, but that it is also unfulfillable due to the limited cosmic nature of the human mind.

Theological

Beliefs concerning the nature, identity, and role of God, referred to as The Divine.

The discipline of study dealing with the nature, form, identity, ontology, and role of The Divine in various aspects of philosophical inquiry.

The qualities attributed to The Divine according to Astronist beliefs regarding The Divine's role and identity as part of the Astronist cosmology.

The theological belief orientation rejection all instances of attributing human emotions such as love to God.

The Astronist conception of God as considered to be panentheistic; this is supported by the belief of the interpenetrative attribute of The Divine. 

A form of theology dichotomised with submissionism rejecting the role of God in judging human morality and asserts freedom of belief and action so long as progression towards the achievement of transcension is maintained.

The category of beliefs and practices organised by Cometan with the founding of Astronism whose members hold cosmocentric worldviews and incorporate an astronomically-themed belief system.

The religion initiated by Cometan in the Omnidoxy that founded the Astronic religions category and is characterised by its large body of beliefs, theories, and practices predicated on cosmocentricity.

The forms of astronomically-themed religious beliefs and practices that predate the works of Cometan in founding Astronism traced by the involvement of astronomy in religious beliefs of the Stone Age.

Eschatological

Beliefs concerning death, the afterlife, as well as the destiny and purpose of humanity.

Beliefs concerning death, the afterlife, as well as the destiny and purpose of humanity.

An eschatological school upholding that humanity's physical and mental advancement is dependent upon the extent of our exploration of space.

An eschatological school; the Astronist approach and interpretation of transhumanism incorporating an astronomical theme.

Belief orientation holding that cosmic nature is naturally impermanent or transient; death is a natural part of life or cosmic beingness. 

An eschatological school interpreting every phenomena as holding natural origins and interactions, and rejects all notions of supernaturalism.

An eschatological school characterised by its incorporation of supernatural beliefs regarding death and the destiny of humanity.

The notion of becoming one with The Cosmos physically and intellectually; divided into two forms; corporeal cosmosis and post-corporeal cosmosis.

Mystical

Beliefs concerning the nature of spirituality applied to The Cosmos and corporeal cosmosis.

The tradition of alchemy in Astronism whose practices and beliefs hold the goal of achieving corporeal cosmosis and finding the astronomical elixir.

The tradition of mysticism within Astronism structured by a number of different forms all seeking a greater spiritual connection to The Cosmos.

The belief that cosmosis is achievable whilst one is still alive and is attainable through the tradition of practices and beliefs within Astrocism.

Belief in an uncountable amount of mysteries in The Cosmos that through space exploration, will be resolved thus leading to corporeal cosmosis.

Ontological

Beliefs concerning the nature of being from an Astronist perspective.

The Astronist belief regarding ontology holding that all sentient beings hold a unique set of characteristics and circumstances forming their beingness.

The branch of uniquitarianism maintaining that all sentient and non-sentient beings holds uniquity.

The branch of uniquitarianism holding that all separate entities holding their own physical existence in The Cosmos hold uniquity. 

Ethical

Beliefs concerning the nature and applicability of rightness and wrongness.

The Astronist approach to studying and forming a standpoint on a variety of ethically divisive issues such as homosexuality, euthanasia and abortion.

The Astronist discipline of study concerned with ethics and epistemology; practitioners of which are known as contologists.

A newfound branch of ethics deriving from Astronist ethics particularly concerned with decisions of morality involving space exploration.

A stance held within Astronist ethics.

A stance held within Astronist ethics.

A stance held within Astronist ethics.

Existential and futurological

Beliefs concerning the nature of humanity's existence and the future of humanity.

The Humanic Exploration of The Cosmos refers to space exploration as a cultural, religious, intellectual, and society-altering destined endeavour.

The belief maintaining that The Cosmos holds all the answers to humanity's questions of existence, purpose, and destiny.

The belief in diversity of sentient and non-sentient life in The Cosmos; belief in civilisations which have evolved uniquely from that of humanity.