Originating from within Millettarian Symbology, a vendox is the primary shape used to identify The Philosophy of Millettism, and is characterised by the depiction of a central object from which two lines eject vertically downwards from its base after which they loop back around to almost meet one another yet instead form a vertical parallel line with traditionally three of such lines existing on either side. The Millettarian version of the vendox also features twelve stars, each of which symbolise one of The Twelve Grand Disquisitions that form The Omnidoxy.