The Omnidoxy is the founding religious and philosophical text of Astronism and was solely authored by the philosopher Cometan during the second and early third decades of the 21st century.
The founding text of the Astronist religion, the Omnidoxy is a treatise spanning a plethora of theological, philosophical, ideological, and religious topics.
The Omnidoxy consists of twelve disquisitions, each of which vary greatly in their lengths and the subject areas that they address, with the first of these titled The Monodoxy, and the longest of which titled The Duodoxy, which is itself the second of the twelve disquisitions. The Omnidoxy is written according to a unique structure known as insentence characterised by regarding each sentence as a paragraph.
Therefore, each disquisition is meticulously organised by the creation of discourses which address specific topics as part of the wider disquisition, each insentensation of which underwent an indexing process known as indexment.
The Omnidoxy was written over a period of five years during which time its author, Cometan, experienced an extensive and intense series of inspirations and revelations about the development of an organised philosophy or new religious movement known as Astronism.
During this intensive period of writing and concept-creation, Cometan formulated a new lexicon and a pantheon of new beliefs themed on astronomy which would come to define the Astronist faith.