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Indrucy

ˈɪndruːsi

noun (also personal inspiration)

the type of religious experience forming the basis of inspired religion characterised by extensive, consecutive and often intensive ideations on topics of a philosophical or theological nature, likely lasting months or years. In Astronism, such an experience is considered as having been ignited or influenced by the Astran, the metaphysical order of events and existence. 

Derivatives

  • Indrucer | ˈɪndruːsəː  | noun
  • Indrucies | ˈɪndruːsiːs | plural

Origin and etymology

  • Astro-English: from Astronese, the prefix in-, derived from the word inspiration, combined with the suffix -drucy denoting an experience or a mental state; meaning ‘inspired mentality.’ Cometan coined this term to identify his form of revelatory experience as distinct from divine revelation. 
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