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The tangibility of Astronism refers to the post-omnidoxical notion that the central subject and object of reverence and contemplation within Astronism is fundamentally tangible because cosmic progeny and phenomena are perceptible by touch through space exploration.

Astronism’s tangibility has become an important post-omnidoxical contribution to the religion’s distinction from others often with its tangibility used as a justification for belief due in part to the rise of skepticism regarding religious doctrine. The tangible nature of the subject of Astronist belief has been used to juxtapose Astronism from other religions such as Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism which are heavily reliant on intangible subjects such as God, the soul, and the afterlife to form their belief system.

The notion of the tangibility of different religions has given rise to a new belief orientation known as tactilism which excludes all religions based on intangible beliefs, notions and subjects from rational justification and instead superiorises only those religions which are based on tangible subjects.

Disincarnationism has also emerged post-omnidoxically of Cometanic origin as a belief orientation opposed to tactilism in which the non-physical, intangible forms for the basis of religious belief are argued for as rationally justifiable. 

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