This article is about a non-fiction entity related to the Astronist belief system or the Astronic tradition.
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Not to be confused with cosmophilia.
Definition of astrophilia.
Astrophilia is obsessive fondness and devotion to cosmic progeny and phenomena, especially directed towards stars; related terms include astrophily and astrophilic.
Astrophile - a person who holds obsessive fondness and devotion to stars, especially in connection to their religious beliefs.
Also referred to as the Cosmophilic Principle, the Astrophilic Principle is the belief holding that astrophiles have a greater insight into the nature and functions of The Cosmos than general people, hence giving them extrasensory abilities to perceive The Cosmos in previously unknown ways and to form unique ideations about cosmic progeny and phenomena.