The Astronist Institution is the founding denomination of Astronism established by Cometan during his authorship of the Omnidoxy in what is known now as the Founding era. The Astronist Institution developed as a result of the institutionalisation of Astronism, to protect and preserve the religious philosophy and spirituality of Cometan's founding. The Astronist Institution works to promote Astronism and recognise it around the world in addition to that of the Astronic religious tradition. The Astronist Institution self-identifies as a religio-philosophical institution with sole proprietorship over Astronism.
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|Spaciology||the academic discipline dealing with the study of space exploration, its likelihood, social and political impacts, and its physiological and economic implications.|
|Taylorian||relating to the Taylorian family, founded and headed by Cometan.|
|Philosophership||the fact or quality of being known as a philosopher, and the personal and professional journey involved.|
|kinceny||the practice of a parent forcing their offspring to adopt the same religious affiliation as themselves rather than allowing their children to make their own choice of religion.|
|Vennisinisation||from Astronist terminology, the utilisation of a planet for reasons other than habitation such as for resource extractions.|
|Astrotheism||an alternative title for Astronism, particularly focusing on the aspect of Astronism that incorporates theological elements and ideas in the context of the astronomical world.|
|astronomism||an alternative name for the religion, philosophy and ideology of Astronism.|
|Spacism||an Astronist-lead social movement aiming to achieve deep space exploration and civilisation on the basis that such endeavours are central to humanity's evolutionary destiny.|
|astro-||pertaining to Astronism or to Astronists.|
|Astronality||the quality of being concerned with the domain of outer space and how this has influenced beliefs, ideas, and worldviews since the Stone Age to form the basis of the Astronic tradition of religion and philosophy.|
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