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Pre-Cometanic origin

Cosmic Hunt · World mill · Starlore · Star of Bethlehem · Blue moon · Hollow moon · Lunar effect · Moon magic · Splitting of the moon · Moon made of cheese · Missing Sun motif

Cometanic origin

Astrantis · Astronist antemurale · Astronadon · Astral gemstones · Cosmic resurrection · Astrapotropaic

Theriocosmism
Space whale · Space turtle

Anthropocosmism
Solar deity · Lunar deity · Planetary deity · Night deity · Star deity · Cosmic deity

Pareidolia
Man in the Moon · Moon rabbit · Nepholia · Nebulia

Anthropolia
Space miracle · Spacecraft feat · Fastest takeoff · Other Earth myth

Stellation
Aesthestellation · Autostellation · Aviastellation · Deprostellation · Parastellation · Prostellation · Restellation · Strenstellation · Transtellation

Mythological elements
Astronic culture hero · Astronic euhemerism · Catasterism · Demythologisation · Mythoasterism · Predenance · Subdenance
Related topics
Millettarian mythology · Millettarian mystology · End times in Astronism · Astronic eschatology

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Mythoasterism is the tradition of collecting together catasterisms (constellation myths) as well as catasterisms considered collectively as organised by Astronist scholarship.

Catasterisms relate to the formation of different constellations in a pre-Astronist setting that have more recently be classified as part of the Astronic tradition of mythology.

Many involve the concept of prostellation which is distinguished from transtellation by involving the process of becoming a particular constellation, usually by the power of a higher being. In the organisation of these catasterisms, Astronist scholarship has formed two categories, each of which focus on the prioritising certain myths over others:

List of predenant catasterisms

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