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This article is about a non-fiction entity related to the Astronist belief system or the Astronic tradition.
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Forms of Millettism

 
Main forms
Devotional (Devotology)
General forms

Cosmic Devotion · Mutual devotion

Specific forms

Retination · Stardance · Starsleeping · Astrophotography

Physical and mental
Astration · Astromeditation

Revelatory, intellectual and philosophic
Personal inspiration · Indrucy · Astrologue · Debatation

Activities (Occurrology)
Individual

Startryst

Private

Intosy · Panosy

Public, sopharial or phrontisterial

Astronomy tourism · Cosmogosy · Phrontistas · Starball · Philosophic tourism · Sempition · Orreration · Holographic show

Festivals and events
Starlight Festival (Stellara · Kintana · The Starlight Council) · Starlight social · Astrofair · Astroprom · Stargazing · Starguild · Starparty · Theatrosy

Either individual, private or public

Astronomical observation · Astrocrafts · Astroexercise · Starbathing · Stardown · Starjam · Starnight · Starwalk · Sungrazing · Philosophers' camp

Main terms
Modes of Philosophicity · Astrosy · Umism · Astral therapy · Occurrosy · Philosophical therapy · Starblind · Stardrench · Starfade · Stardress · Starfast · Starless · Star-roof · Starroom · Starseeker · Starsilence · Starspot · Starspring · Starsurge · Startrap · Starward · Nyctogenous · Diurgenous
Belief orientations
Anti-Institutionism · Prosubscriptionism
Subdisciplines of study
Devotology · Festology · Verontology · Avicinology

Stellancy is the attribute of a person as being proximate to the astronomical world, a trait deemed with the highest regarded in the Astronist belief system. Increasing and cultivating stellancy is understood as the means by which transcension is achieved, whether by all humanity or personally (called astrosis).

Stellancy is regarded as bestowed either through physical objects called instruments, through practices called compliments, or through engagement with a series of Astronist concepts called conferments. These conferments are given prime importance in their assurance of achieving stellancy.

Other uses

  • a form of wonderment (wonderism) directed specifically towards constellations or asterisms, especially the discovery of the former and the creation of the latter. 

Alternative appellations

  • Stellanicity
  • Stellanic capacity

Derivatives

  • Stellanical
  • Stellanically

See also

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