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Part of a series on Millettarian cosmology and

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Cosmologies
Monistic · Apatheistic · Atheistic · Deistic · Agnostic · Henotheistic · Ietsistic · Ignostic · Monotheistic · Dualistic · Kathenotheistic · Omnistic · Pandeistic · Panpsychist · Panentheistic · Pantheistic · Polytheistic · Theistic · Transtheistic · Dystheistic · Perfectionistic · Alatristic · Animistic · Binitarian · Egotheistic · Liberal · Naturalistic · Post-theistic · Philotheistic · Physitheistic · Euhemeristic · Distheistic · Trinitarian · Tritheistic · Misotheistic · Mediationist
Elements of The Cosmos
Phenomena · Progeny · Complexity · Depadethicity · Divinological aseity · Divinological ambiguity · Divinological impassibility · Divinological mercilessness · Divinological infinity · Divinological transcendence · Divinological eternality · Dedivination
Main concepts and orientations
Divine minification · Reinspiration · Divinological monolatry · Divinophany · Mutabilism · Immutabilism · Intelligibilism · Intricism · Divinological theodicy · Depadotheism · Antianthropomorphism · Divinological emanationism · The Divine, The Creator · Divinological pantheon · Dedivinationism · Divinical intercession
Divinogeny
Compogenism · Unigenism · Regenism · Pergenism · Disogenism
Related topics
The Natures of The Divine · Supratraditionalisation · The Five Lost Ologies · Anthropomorphisation · Anthropopathism · Millettarian theology · God in Millettism · Anthropocentralisation · Anthropomorphism in Millettism · Aniconism in Millettism · Evility · Faith in Millettism · Depictions of The Divine

Not to be confused with cosmicity.

Cosmicality, also referred to as cosmic nature, is both an instrument of study and a state of existence in the Millettarian cosmology associated and manifested by the realm of The Cosmos, as well as relating to a particular conception of The Cosmos. In Astronism, to be cosmic in nature and form is to be fundamentally limited, transient, and dependent as distinguished from the states of existence known as universality and divinity which are manifested by The Universe and The Divine respectively.

  • not to be confused with cosmicity, the consideration of the cosmic qualities of something, either physically or conceptually. 
  • the differences in placement, size, climate, orbit, and rotation of a planet, as holding significant consequences for its differences between itself and The Earth. 
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