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Cometan

Cometan

 
Main attributed works
Omnidoxy · The Grand Centrality · The Grand Lexicon · Dictionary of Astronism · Cometanic Encyclopaedia of Astronism

Study
Cometanic hermeneutics · Cometanic edition · Authorship of Cometan

Cometan in Astronism

Roles

Foundership · Prophethood · Omnidoxical authorship · Promulgator

Titles

Promulgator of the Cosmic Truth · Philosopher of the stars · Cosmic oracle · Prophet of The Cosmos

States and experiences

Revelations · Personal inspirations · Chosenness · Invocability

Cometanology

Traditions

Cometanic philosophy · Cometanism · Cometan in the Omnidoxy · Cometanic love

Eras

The Founding · The Establishment

Personage

Cometanic ontology · Cometanic persona

Depiction
Cometan in art
Cometan in history
Chronology of Cometan · Historical Cometan · Historicity · Criticism of Cometan
Beliefs and perspectives
Cometanocentrism · Removalism
Relates articles
List of Cometan website urls · List of Kometan website urls

Saint Cometan is a title sometimes ascribed to the philosopher Cometan for his religious scholarship and leadership, especially in reference to his founding of the Astronist religion. At present, the phrase is only informally applied as a demonstration of reverence and appreciation for the philosophical and theological contributions made by Cometan in world religion and in the origins of religion. Similar titles also ascribed to Cometan include the cosmic saint, and the living saint.

Cometan is not currently considered to have achieved sainthood, or any equivalent status, in any major religion, including in Astronism itself. This is largely due to the fact that the achievement of sainthood requires the individual to have died, such as the tradition of canonisation in the Catholic Church whereby at least five years must have passed before any application for beatification can be made.

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