Dictionary of Astroeschatology

This part of the Astronary covers a wide range of terminology relating to Astronist eschatology, the discipline concerned with the destiny of humankind and the afterlife in the astronomical world.

relating to the form of cosmosis considered by some Astronists to occur to all non-Astronists.

Abysmic

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the form of cosmosis entailing the final destination of the body and the soul in Telluria, an endless abyss or oblivion.

Abysmic cosmosis

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especially in recosmist thought, the belief that during one’s cosmism (their lifetime), one accumulates stellancy that then carries over in their soul to their next recosmised state so as to assist in their achievement of astrosis in their next aperture.

Accrualism

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ascension into outer space therefore analepticism means being ready for this, in the right condition (called Starise) to conduct such an endeavour, especially in contrast to Astronist orthodoxy which views humanity as not ready due to the uncompleted state of the placement of man and the undecided state of Twilightide.

Analepsis

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one of four views on the present condition of humankind in the context of the process of transcension, holding to the belief that humanity has already overcome the choice at Twilightide and has chosen Starise, hence transcension is already underway. Contrasted with prolepticism.

Analepticism

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the belief that only humans or another species of equal or higher intelligence to humans will experience transtellation.

Anthropotranstellation

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a principle of the naturalist school of thought of Astronic eschatology upholding the notion that all human-originating or human-centred beliefs should be removed from the eschatological system of Astronism in favour of cosmocentric and naturalistic beliefs.

Anti-anthropogenesis

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opposition to the attribution of human emotions and characteristics to a god; opposition to anthropomorphising divinity.

Anti-anthropopathism

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opposition to the assertion that extraterrestrial life of any or a specified form or frequency exists in The Cosmos.

Anti-extraterrestrialism

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a person’s lifespan, especially implying the set of scope afforded to them during this time to achieve astrosis.

Aperture

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the assertion that our cosmism (lifetime) provides us with the opportunity (scope) to achieve astrosis so as to attain sempiternity before our cosmic cessation occurs.

Aperture principle

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relating to or inhabiting the Overworld; often contrasted with the adjective chthonic.

Apothonic

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