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The Quánjīng (meaning "the book of all"; Chinese: 全经; English: Omnidoxy or Book of Astronism), sometimes colloquially referred to as the Quán Fāngwèi, or the Cāng Qióng Yìng (meaning "answers from The Cosmos"), and known in its synotic form as the Omnijīng, is the founding treatise of Astronism when published in Mandarin Chinese.

The text is known as the Quánjīng across the Sinosphere, particularly in Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, and among Mandarin and Cantonese-speaking populations globally. The term Quánjīng is credited as having been translated and created by Heastward, making him a prominent figure of the Astronist religion and an especially important figure in East Asian Astronism.

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