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Cosmic devotion

 
Main forms of devotion
Personal inspiration · Wondermentation · Laudation · Adoration · Prettification · Veneration · Astralism · Philosophical feeling · Echosy · Invenosy · Iconosy
Manifestations of devotion
Cosmic garden · Cosmic deification · Astrolatry · Astromancy · Astrology

Phenomonism

Novaeism · Eclipsism · Occultationism · Transitism · Conjunctionism · Appulsism · Syzygism · Equinoctialism · Solsticism · Impactism · Mergism · Collisionism · Phasism

Progenism

Oblivionism · Nebulism · Stellarism · Pulsarism · Quasarism · Galacticism · Filamentism · Planetism · Cometism · Meteorism · Asteroidism · Lunarism · Voidism · Nephism

Anthropism

Constellationism · Telescopism · Rocketism · Missional devotion · Prosopism

High Earth

Auroralism · Haloism · Alpenglow · Crepuscularism · Virescentism · Zodiacalism

Conceptual devotions
Direct divinity · Productism · Love of Cosmos · Vision of Cosmos · Perfection of Cosmos · Reflection of Cosmos · Knowledge of Cosmos
Cosmic devotion by region
Africa · East Asia · Europe · North America · Central America and the Caribbean · Oceania · South America · Middle East · South East Asia · South Asia


Not to be confused with cosmic devotion.

Cosmic deification, also known as astrodeification, astral deification, astronomical deification, and historically referred to as astrolatry, is the belief involving the association of a celestial object or phenomena with a particular God. This is distinguished from cosmic devotion because although cosmic devotion associates direct divinity with celestial objects and astronomical events and practices a range of devotions towards such subjects, but does not attribute or identify them with a God.

Cosmic deification has a long history under the historical term of astrolatry.

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