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Millettism

 
Disciplines of study
Sentientology · Uranometry · Uranometry
Main concepts
The Philosophical Spirit ·
Belief orientations within compendology

Sophulationism ·

Omnidoxical rubrals of compendology
The Journey Through The Cosmos · The Functionalities of Cosmic Progeny & Phenomena · The Future of the World · The Centrality of Big History · The Centrality of Gravitation · The Philosophy of The Grand Cosmos · The Centrality of Wonderment · The Cosmic Alchemy · The Cosmographics · The Observable Cosmos & The Unobservable Cosmos · The History & Future of Astronomy · The Philosophy of The Cosmos · The Stars of The Cosmos · The Educative Mission · The Prospection Principles · The Cosmical Schematism · Formationism & Evolutionism · The Systems of The Cosmos · The Cosmic Territories · Habitabilitism · The Seven Tenets of Association · The Five Bonds of Society · Dark Matter & Dark Energy Philosophical Understanding · The Amalgamations of The Cosmos · Orthogonalism · Scientificism · Sporadics · Time in The Cosmos & The Universe · Creation Theory · Latter Epochology · The Adornment Principle · The Apogenesis · The Concentricity of The Cosmos · Instrument Theory · The Ambiguation Principle · The Edge of The Cosmos · The Future of The Expanding Cosmos · The Geometry of The Cosmos · The Hierarchy of The Cosmos · The Families of The Cosmos · The Heterogeneity of The Cosmos · The Introspective Cosmos · Life in The Cosmos · Cosmic Connections To The Terrestrial World · The Natural & The Rational · The Oblivions of The Cosmos · The Philosophy of Astronomy · The Psychology of Space · The Spirits of The Cosmos · The Formation of Celestial Entities · The Structure of The Cosmos · The Topography of The Cosmos
Types of Cosmos
Grand Cosmos · Gravicentric Cosmos ·
Problems

Chaotic Influence Problem ·

The Five Lost Ologies

Homogenology · Divergetology · Omnitology · Infinetics · Divinology

Related topics
Metaphilosophy · Metanaology · Turology · Practical Millettism · Colportage · Millettarian Logic

This page provides a list of disciplines of study forming the inclusive discipline of compendology with definitions. Click here for a list of the disciplines without definitions.

Contents

List of compendological disciplines

Abundology 

focuses on the concept of abundance in philosophical means.

Adiabatics

a branch of cosmic philosophy focusing on the concept of heat in The Cosmos, and the role of heat in cosmogony.

Aerolithology

the philosophical study of meteorites.

Anisotropics

explores the concept of some cosmical entities having different values, meanings, and consequences when studied, measured, or viewed from a different perspective, or direction.

Anthropics

a subdiscipline of prophetics in cosmic philosophy dealing with the Anthropic Principle and the notions it addresses, and the consequences of its application both conceptually, and societally. The Anthropic Principle and the notions it addresses, and the consequences of its application both conceptually, and societally.

Anthropological cosmology

in spacial psychology, a type of cosmos that emphasises and is concerned with the role of humanity in the wider cosmical system as a factor in human psychological wellbeing and typically incorporates the Anthropic Principle, anthropocentrism, and others, in order to form The Anthropic Cosmos.

Areography

a subdiscipline of planetology dealing with the philosophical contemplation of all the geographical aspects of the classical planet of Mars.

Astrodynamics

a subdiscipline of formatology within cosmic philosophy dealing with the formational dynamics of stars, and other stellar objects in The Cosmos.

Astrography

in introspectics of cosmic philosophy, closely associated with astrophotography, dealing with all contemplations of human productions of how The Cosmos does appear as an important contributor to Cosmic Art.

Astrometrics

the subdiscipline of study within kosmetrics as a derivation of cosmic philosophy dealing with the philosophical discussion over the measurement of celestial entities, and the measurement of The Cosmos, and The Universe.

Astronomics 

the financial management of economies beyond The Earth, the financial management of the overall space industries, and the nature of economies beyond The Earth.

Astronomology

the study and discussion of the role of astronomy and its practices in society, as well as its fundamental purpose, nature, and the future of the practice.

Astrophysicality

in orbanology of cosmic philosophy, a subdiscipline addressing the nature of stars with the intention of drawing conclusions about their originations, functionalities, physical features, and the metaphorical qualities of stars.

Astrophysiology

in orbanology of cosmic philosophy, a branch of the subdiscipline of astrophysicality dealing with the nature of the relationship between sentient beings and the stars of The Cosmos and is largely philosophical and metaphorical.

Chaology 

the cosmic philosophical study of The Chaos as part of Astronic cosmology.  

Causology

the discipline of study deriving from cosmic philosophy dealing with the concepts of causation, as well as cause and consequence in The Cosmos, and cosmogony from a philosophical viewpoint.

Chromatics 

a large branch of study within cosmic philosophy as a derivation of Astronic philosophy dealing with two concepts. The first dealing with the role of colour in The Cosmos, and the second dealing with cosmic events that occur consecutively, or as a result of each other.

Cometology 

the cosmic philosophical study involving approaches to the understanding of comets, especially in Astronic cosmology.

Concentritology 

closely related with concentricism, the branch of study and philosophical discussion of the concentricity of celestial entities, and the purpose, logic, and meaning of this particular order in The Cosmos, and the discussion of the nature of concentricity.

Cosmechism

an educative form of some branch or discipline of Astronism either in the form of questions and answers or statements to be memorised, yet it is unlike The Cosmechesis which is a set poem derived from The Omnidoxy for cosmechism can come in many different forms from non-omnidoxical sources. The official collective appellation for which is The Cosmechism.

Cosmecology 

the philosophical study of The Earth in relation to cosmic phenomena, especially in relation to cosmocentricity and Astronic cosmology.

Cosmic cyberlaw 

the wide-ranging aspects of digital laws on planets and celestial bodies other than on The Earth.

Cosmoapplication

a discipline of compendology and a major practice involving the application of cosmical entities to those of the natural world, and intends to draw connections between such entities in the categories of appearance, functionality, and their role in the system.

Cosmochronology 

the philosophical study timescales of the objects and events of The Cosmos.

Cosmodynamics

a subdiscipline of formatology within cosmic philosophy dealing with the formational dynamics of The Cosmos itself, and other non-stellar objects.

Cosmography

the general features of The Cosmos, such as planets, comets, asteroids, nebulae, and supernovae, and how these features affect the philosophical concepts of The Cosmos.

Cosmopsychology 

the wide-ranging psychological affairs and issues that arise within a society, or nation state on another planet or celestial body.

Cosmopsychotherapy 

the practice of psychotherapy in order to treat psychological issues that have originated from the individual beyond in space, or on another planet other than The Earth.

Cosmotime law 

equivalent to Maritime Law, and deals with spacial trade and spacial naval matters.

Cosmotopography 

the cosmic philosophical study of the natural physical features of celestial entities in The Cosmos and the different contemplations and conclusions made regarding the physical characteristics of such entities.

Creation theory

a major branch of cosmic philosophy dealing with the various different approaches to the creation of The Cosmos.

Cryology 

the branch of cosmic philosophy studying low temperatures and subsequent phenomena in relation to cosmical events, and entities.

Cryonics

the Astronic approach and philosophy to understanding and justifying the practices and usages of cryonics.

Cyclometrics / Cycleseology 

the branch of cosmic philosophy dealing with cycles of The Cosmos from a philosophical perspective.

Divergetology

finding its origins in the Duodoxy as part of sanitology yet classified as part of compendology, the discipline of study and branch of cosmic philosophy dealing with the notion of the divergence of existence in The Cosmos and subsequent associated consequences of the application of such a notion to various subjects. 

Drentology

the major branch of cosmic philosophy dealing with the study and contemplations of Cosmic Alchemy.

Dynastesiology 

a major branch of cosmic philosophy dealing with the way in which The Cosmos is structured hierarchically, as a dynasty of cosmical entities categorised according to size, functionality, abundance, and naturity.

Elliptics

the philosophical perspective on the shape of the ellipse in The Cosmos, especially of elliptical galaxies, and how these may have affected cosmogony.

Entropics/Entropology

also known as entropology, the branch of cosmic philosophy dealing with The Chaos in relation to The Cosmos and the interactions between them, and how some celestial entities decline into disorder, or how their natures are of disorder initially.

Epochology

the cosmic philosophical study of the age, and chronology of both The Universe, and The Cosmos.

Equatology 

a small discipline of study in cosmic philosophy dealing with the nature of equators in all aspects and disciplines.

Familiology

a major discipline of study within cosmic philosophy dealing with the classification and organisation of celestial entities into families according to their naturities, features, and positionings in The Cosmos which form The Seven Cosmical Families.

Filamentology 

a discipline of study in cosmic philosophy dealing with the largest structures, and superstructures of The Cosmos, and how and why their existences may create new concepts about the arrangement and order of The Cosmos in The Universe, and how celestial entities are related to The Cosmos as a well-ordered whole.

Finality theory 

a cross-disciplinary area of contemplation and philosophical study and investigation involving all variations of the ways in which each of The Cosmos, The Universe, and The Divine will end, and how these endings will interact with one another, but also how they stand in comparison to one another.

Firmamentology

a discipline of study in cosmic philosophy dealing with the nature of firmamental elements, the three most prominent of which being lightness, darkness, and luminosity.

Formatology 

in cosmic philosophy, the discipline of study and philosophical discussion of the formational chronology and structure of celestial entities in The Cosmos.

Galaxometrics

also known as galaxometry, a subdiscipline of kosmetrics in cosmic philosophy dealing with the positions, motions, shapings, and magnitudes of galaxies in a similar way to the branch of astrometry and planetometry.

Gnomonics 

the subject entailing the study, construction, design, and positioning of sundials and the  ornamentations on them.

Gnosiology 

the philosophical study of knowledge of The Cosmos, as distinct from Epistemology.

Gravitology

a major discipline dealing with the notions and contemplations focusing on the role of gravity in The Cosmos, and The Universe from a philosophical perspective, and explores the concepts of gravitation as The Divine, gravity being the one and only universal force, and the force which seems to bind all existence together, as well as a discussion on the nature of gravity.

Habitabilitism

the discipline of study and area of contemplation of the concepts involved with the habitability of worlds in The Cosmos beyond The Earth itself and what this means for humanity.

Heliology

a discipline of study within cosmic philosophy dealing with The Sun specifically, its formations, its relations with humanity, and all the philosophical discussions surrounding The Sun.

Heterogenology

the study and philosophical discussion of the fact that The Cosmos has become heterogenous superstructure over the course of its evolution, and what this may mean for its overall structure, its relationship with The Universe, and The Divine, and ultimately, its eventual fate.

Holography/Holographics 

the systems, technologies, and usages of holograms, as well as the study of holograms as a discipline.

Homogenology 

finding its origins in the Duodoxy as part of sanitology yet classified as part of compendology, a discipline of study and philosophical discussion of the dimension in which all existence came from one origin, and the ability for one to explore every parallel chronology due to each chronology originating from the same coordinates.

Inerteology

a subdiscipline within introspectics of cosmic philosophy dealing with the inertia and its naturity, interactions with cosmic entities, and the ways in which it occurs.

Infinetics 

finding its origins in the Duodoxy as part of sanitology yet classified as part of compendology, the discipline of study and philosophical discussion of the dimension in which one may see and know all possibilities and imaginable possibles in every possible universe’s chronology; a Divine state.

Instrument theory

a discipline of study dealing with the contemplation of the application of an instrument of study, and the nature of such an application.

Introspectics

a discipline of study and one of the central areas of contemplation and discussion that explores the concept and practice of introspection, and also applies introspection onto various abstract concepts, as well as physical entities, such as an individual, or The Cosmos, or The Universe itself.

Isotropics 

a subdiscipline of study in cosmic philosophy, specifically Cosmic Philosophy, within the discipline of kosmetrics dealing with the philosophical discussions and natures of celestial entities that when perceived and measured, are the same in all directions and from every perspective.

Joviology

the subdiscipline dealing with the philosophical contemplation of the Classical Planet of Jupiter.

Kalology

the philosophical study of the beauty and aesthetics of The Cosmos.

Kosmetrics

also known as The Geometry of The Cosmos, the study and philosophical discussion of the shape of The Cosmos, and the subsequent shape of The Universe, and how these interact with one another.

Limitology

a large discipline of study within cosmic philosophy as part of wider Millettology dealing with the various concepts and contexts surrounding limitations, especially in both abstract and physically cosmical terms.  

Macrocosmology

the philosophical study of The Cosmos on a large scale, or in wholeness.

Mereology

the discipline study and discussion of parts and the wholes they form, both in physical and abstract senses, and especially with regards to The Cosmos in The Universe, and their subsequent relationship.     

Mercuriology

the subdiscipline dealing with the philosophical contemplations relating to the Classical Planet of Mercury.

Mergenics

the discipline of study and philosophical discussion of the nature of celestial entities when merging with one another, and the processes involved, and what may be inferred from these processes about the nature of The Cosmos.

Metaphilosophy

a subdiscipline of orbanology within cosmic philosophy dealing with the nature and contemplation of philosophy itself and the different ways philosophy can be used for betterment and also studying the Millettarian approach to philosophy and its utilities.

Microcosmology

the philosophical study of The Cosmos on a smaller, narrower scale, or in isolation.

Morphology

a large discipline of study in cosmic philosophy dealing with the philosophical standpoint and concepts on the formations, structures, and shapes of celestial objections, or The Cosmos, or The Universe themselves.

Nephology

the philosophical study of clouds in relation to the wondermentation of The Cosmos, and involves the newfound concept of Nepholism which holds that clouds are the main natural obstructions to cosmical wonderment.

Neptunology

the subdiscipline dealing with the philosophical contemplations of the Classical Planet of Neptune.

Noology

the discipline of study dealing with the philosophical contemplations of human intuition and reason as the phenomena of the mind.

Obliviology

the discipline of study and philosophical discussion of the nature, purpose, motionality, structure, and possibility of black holes.

Observology 

a subdiscipline of study within cosmic philosophy dealing with the philosophical concepts surrounding the observability of The Cosmos, and The Universe, and the very nature of The Observable Universe.

Omnitology

finding its origins in the Duodoxy as part of sanitology yet classified as part of compendology, the discipline of study dealing with concepts surrounding the idea of The Omniverse, and which all possible cosmologies and laws of physics in all the possible universes are studied. The study and philosophical discussion of the dimension in which multiple and perhaps infinite universes exist to form The Greater Universe, and how the natures, purposes, and differing laws of physics of these omniverses.

Omnicyclics 

a subdiscipline of cyclometrics studying all the cycles of existence, both those that exist presently, those that have existed in the past, those that are expected to exist in the future, and all the possibilities of those cycles in their existences.

Omnology

the study and philosophical discussion of the future and fate of the expansion of The Cosmos in The Universe, and how this may affect the relationship between these two entities.

Opticology 

a subdiscipline of study of introspectics as part of cosmic philosophy dealing with the philosophical contemplations of the utility of different optical systems in telescopes, and other observational equipments, especially prioritising efficiency, clarity, and ability.

Orbanology

a major discipline of study dealing with a wide variety of concepts including the nature of causality, relativity, origination, and intuition, but principally considers to the concepts and instruments of naturality and rationality.

Orbitology

the philosophy of orbits, their connection to concentritology, and most broadly, the patterns, shapes, and structures of The Cosmos and celestial entities.

Ordology

a discipline of study of cosmic philosophy dealing with the contemplations of the orderity of The Cosmos in Millettarian Cosmology and in Cosmic Philosophy with which one may use the instrument of study of orderity in order to study.

Originetics

a major subdiscipline of study in cosmic philosophy dealing with the nature of origin, and the concepts of originality, the significance of origin, and the philosophy of origin, either from a cosmical context, or from a more abstract context.

Parallactics

a subdiscipline within kosmetrics of cosmic philosophy dealing with the philosophy of parallax and its occurrences in cosmical setting, as well as contemplating the nature of the parallax and its inferences and utilities.

Planetometrics

a subdiscipline of kosmetrics in cosmic philosophy dealing with the positions, motions, shapings, and magnitudes of planets in a similar fashion to astrometry.

Polycyclics

a subdiscipline of cyclometrics dealing with the contemplation of a multitude of cycles, especially those which interact with one another.

Perfectics

a major discipline of study within cosmic philosophy as part of the wider Astronic tradition dealing with the philosophy of perfection, the concepts surrounding the nature, purpose, and intentions of reaching perfection, and from a purely cosmical context, the philosophical discussion of The Perfect Cosmos, as an entirely order, beautiful, and fully functioning whole, and thus, the truest embodiment of perfection.

Perimetrics

the study and philosophical discussion of the nature, consequences, purpose, and motionality of the edge of The Cosmos, and how this may impact upon the relationship between The Cosmos and The Universe.

Periology 

a large subdiscipline of study within cosmic philosophy dealing with cosmic periods, and the ways in which these periods have caused the evolution of The Cosmos and their purposes, patterns, and consequences.

Phantasmatography

a discipline of study in cosmic philosophy dealing with the analysis and criticism of Astronic philosophical works, including The Grand Centrality itself.

Phenomenography

a discipline of study in cosmic philosophy dealing with the abnormal and phenomenal elements, events, and occurrences of The Cosmos and all relevant instruments of study are to be applied.

Planetary studies

a discipline of philosophical contemplation and study dealing with planets, their geographies, their topographies, and their histories, and holds within it many different derivations, one of which being aerography which focuses on the classical planet of Mars.

Planetics

a discipline of study of structurology within cosmic philosophy dealing with the philosophy of planets, and typically specifies its discussions on individual planets, their natures, climates, and habitabilities.

Planetology

a discipline of philosophical contemplation and study of cosmic philosophy dealing with planets, their geographies, their topographies, and their histories, and holds within it many different derivations, one of which involving the study of the Classical Planets.

Pneumovology

also simply known as vology, the discipline of study dealing with the Astronic philosophical approach and contemplations about invisible, or spiritual entities, and related concepts, such as those of ghosts, and other paranormal entities and activities.

Primordiology 

a large subdiscipline of study in cosmic philosophy dealing specifically with the time period after The Big Bang when the first celestial entities began to form, and attempts to identify their natures, their purposes, and the ways in which their existence influenced cosmogony.

Prophetics

a major discipline of cosmic philosophy dealing with the notions and contemplations involved with the future of humanity from the perspective of the Millettarian Tradition, as outlined in a series of prophecies.

Proplydics 

the large subdiscipline of study in formatology of cosmic philosophy dealing with the nature and philosophy of the formation of planetary and solar systems.

Prospology

a major discipline in cosmic philosophy dealing with the entirety of prospection, including methodologies, and ethics of prospection, as well as all other aspects of the practice.

Protology 

the large discipline of study in cosmic philosophy, specifically in Cosmic Philosophy, dealing with the philosophy, natures, and concepts surrounding the initial stages of the formation of celestial entities.

Purpology

the major subdiscipline of study in cosmic philosophy dealing with the overall purpose of existence, as well as the nature of purpose, and its application in philosophical concepts and theories.

Pyronics 

the discipline of study dealing with the heating up of something, or the return of something to its original, normal, or functional temperature, and most often relates to the increasing of a human’s body temperature to a normal and functional state after being in a state of cryonic deep-freeze, especially for a journey in space.

Quantumology

a large subdiscipline of study within cosmic philosophy dealing with the cosmical period just after that which is studied in Primordiology, and focusing on the maturity and development of larger celestial entities, as well as the expansion of The Universe during that period.

Reciprology

a discipline of study in cosmic philosophy dealing with the reciprocal nature of certain celestial entities in The Cosmos, and the nature, purpose, and structure of reciprocity from a philosophical standpoint, as well as the discussion of the concept of mutual benefit, and The Symbiotic Cosmos.

Reversology

a large discipline of study in cosmic philosophy as part of wider Astronic philosophy dealing with the concepts relating to reversal processes taking placing in The Cosmos, especially in relation to time, and may even relate to the reversal of The Universe back to its origin state, and is a topic that can easily overspill into other subject areas of cosmic philosophy.

Satellitics 

the philosophy of satellites, their purposes, the possible technological improvements, and a wider discussion of satellites on an abstract level.      

Saturnology

the subdiscipline of study dealing with the philosophical contemplations of the Classical Planet of Saturn.  

Seasonology 

dealing with the definitive seasons that occur in The Cosmos, such as following the formation of a planetary system, or galaxy, the nature of such time periods, and their inferences on cosmogony.

Selenology

a large discipline of study in cosmic philosophy dealing with the structure, formation, naturity, classification, and categorisation of moons, as well as the moon’s relationship with its planet. 

Sentientics

a major subdiscipline of sentientology within cosmic philosophy dealing with the mapping of sentient life and the variations of sentient life on different planets, and in different star systems, sectors, and regions of the galaxy.

Sentientology

a major discipline of study in cosmic philosophy dealing with the discussion of sentient life beyond The Earth and the various concepts and theories surrounding such a vast topic.

Sidereology (Astronic mysticism)

the development and practices of mystical theory and theology combined with Millettarian stories, tradition, and philosophy, often closely associated with Mystology.

Singuletics

the discipline of study dealing with the philosophy of singularities, their naturity, purpose, and the inferences that can be made towards its influence on cosmogony.

Solarology

a large discipline of study in cosmic philosophy dealing with the formation, structure, and subsequences of The Sun, and its philosophical positions, and roles in The Cosmos.

Spacial psychology

a discipline of study in cosmic philosophy dealing with the realities of how space travel, living in space, experiencing space, living on worlds or celestials other than The Earth will effect one’s mentality and the wider psychology of humanity as a whole.

Spaciocartography 

a major discipline of study dealing with the systemic mapping of space, phenomena in space, and all the progenies of The Cosmos, either collectively, or individually.

Spacio-Sentient psychology

in spacial psychology of cosmic philosophy, the branch of study concerned with how the effects of space and spacefaring effect species other than human, as derivation of the subdiscipline known as Sentient Psychology.

Spectrics 

a subdiscipline of introspectics in cosmic philosophy, specifically in Cosmic Philosophy, as part of wider Millettology dealing with the spectrum colour band witnessed in The Cosmos, its naturity, purpose, and influence on cosmogony.

Sporadics

a major discipline of study in cosmic philosophy dealing with the nature, and purpose of The Chaos, the absolute opposite to The Cosmos.  

Stellarology

a discipline of study and a bridged discipline connecting heliology to obliviology dealing with all contemplations relating to concepts, theories, and proclamations made about and between stars and black holes and the relationship and interconnection they share. 

Stratigraphy

the ordering and relative positioning of the strata of different planetary bodies. 

Stratony

a subdiscipline of introspectics of cosmic philosophy dealing with the distribution, age, classification, and economic important of certain cosmic entities, as well as the history of the interactions between the celestial and other celestials.

Structurology

a major discipline of study in cosmic philosophy dealing with the general structures of celestial entities, and their consequential impacts on cosmogony.  

Synchronology/Synchronics

a large discipline of study in cosmic philosophy dealing with the philosophical discussion and analysis of the apparent synchronised patterns, structures, and formations of celestial entities, and how these have impacted cosmogony.

Synodics

the discipline of study in cosmic philosophy dealing with the philosophical discussion of the alignment of two planets, or two other celestial entities so they appear to be in the same place in the sky from the perspective of The Earth.

Syzygyology

the philosophical discussion of the oppositions of two celestial entities, especially of a planet and a star.

Tantology

a discipline of study in cosmic philosophy dealing with the contemplation of shockwaves in The Cosmos, their causes, consequences, and involves all the applications of the instruments of study.

Terrenology

a subdiscipline of study dealing with the philosophical contemplation of The Earth as a Classical Planet.

Topocentrics

the discussion that current world religions hold such a naturity which makes them geocentric, or anthropocentric, and only take the perspective of The Earth in The Cosmos, which Millettism teaches to be regressive.

Totology

the large discipline of study in cosmic philosophy dealing with celestial entities in their whole, complete, or mature states, or when studied collectively, or may be the study of The Universe, or The Cosmos as perceived in their totalities.

Transhorology

the major subdiscipline of study in cosmic philosophy dealing with the potentiality of travelling through spacetime, or travelling through warps to reach distant parts of the galaxy, or The Cosmos.

Transientology

a prominent discipline of study within cosmic philosophy concerning the philosophical contemplation of transience and the transient existence of some celestial entities.

Ultimatology

the discipline of study and philosophical discussion of the ultimacies of The Cosmos, and of The Universe, the most common of which is the ultimate fate of The Universe, and the nature, motionality, purpose, and subsequent consequences, both theologically, and in terms of humanity’s perspective, with the inevitable events during the apogenesis of The Universe.

Universology

the philosophical study of the entity known as The Universe in Millettarian Cosmology, as distinct from The Cosmos, and involves surrounding concepts and theories.

Unology

the major discipline of study in cosmic philosophy dealing with the nature of The Universe, as a separate entity from The Cosmos.

Uranology

the discipline of study concerning the philosophical contemplation of Uranus as a Classical Planet.

Vacuology

also known as Black Hole Cosmology, refers to the major discipline of study in cosmic philosophy dealing with concepts of black holes either destroying, or being in some part responsible for the creation of The Cosmos, or The Universe.  

Venusology

the discipline of study concerning the philosophical contemplation of the Classical Planet of Venus.

Xenoprophetics

in prophetics of cosmic philosophy, the subdiscipline dealing with all contemplations and notions involved in the future of different sentient species.

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