Prodigy of philosophy and religion, Cometan, founds Astronism from 15 and writes Omnidoxy at age 17
Philosophy and religion are subjects we often think of as reserved for those in old age with wisdom, but Cometan defies this stereotype. After founding the Astronist religion from the age of 15 and writing the world's longest religious and philosophical tome called the Omnidoxy from age 17, Cometan is the newest and most well-known modern prodigy.
An author, philosopher and religious figure, Cometan was born in Preston in the county of Lancashire, England. From the age of fifteen, Cometan has received a series of revelations that gave him the ability to write a religious and philosophical book that came to be over 2 million words long. He called his book the Omnidoxy.
The Omnidoxy became the founding book of Astronism, a synthesis of religion and philosophy that is based on a cosmocentric worldview. One of the main beliefs of Astronism is cosmosis which prophesies each and every person's reunion with The Cosmos upon our deaths.
Cometan is a modern religious figure and philosopher who has also founded the discipline of cosmontology which is a branch of philosophy concerned with space exploration, the nature of The Cosmos, and humanity's future in relation to the stars.
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