Kosma (appellation)

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Kosma is a panentheistic Millettic organised philosophy founded by the philosopher, Cometan, and first manifested in The Omnidoxy. It involves the fusion of the fields of astronomy, theology and philosophy culminating in the formation of a systematic cosmology, a new Millettic approach to metaphilosophy, and a pantheon of original concepts, theories, belief orientations, notions, disciplines of study, terminologies, and schools of thought. Its adherents, known as Kosmers or Kosmans, believe in The Seven Tenets of Association with the most prominent of these including the tenets of cosmocentricity, sentientism, the Humanic Exploration of The Cosmos, and reascensionism.

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  • Appellatology Resources on Astronism.com

  • Meta-Astronism Resources on Astronism.com 

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