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Part of a series on Devotological practices and

Vendox

 
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


Devotality is the extent to which a person is devout in their religious and philosophical beliefs. 

Approaches and forms of devotality

  • Ultrism - the highest form of devoutness to one’s religion often characterised by obsessive compulsions of others to believe, obsession that one’s religion is supreme, consistent daily attention paid to religious beliefs and practices, and the application of all things to one’s religious beliefs. 
  • Corism - the second highest form of devoutness to one’s religion characterised by 
  • Indifferentism - a low form of devoutness characterised by an indifferent approach to religious belief and life without regular attention paid to performing practices or contemplating the beliefs of the religion as well as a general disinterest in the status of religions or the beliefs of others. 
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