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The internationality of Astronism refers to the phenomena associated with the Astronist religion that, unlike other predating religions, it was able to reach a global audience instantly through the use of the internet and social media networks to spread its messages, beliefs, and ideas.

This instant access to the entire world from its inception fuelled the international identity of Astronism and instantaneously categorised it as a global religion and not a religion associated with a particular language, people, or region of the world. Despite this characteristic of internationality, Astronists remained dispersed throughout the world which arguably did not positively contribute to their recognition as an established religious community.

However, the religious phenomenon of instantaneous internationality remains one of Astronism's hallmark identifiers meaning that it had to be formulated in such a way that it would be ripe for export from the time of its inception onwards.

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