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Published: 2nd August 2020
Citation: Astronist Institution. (2020). Great Triune. Available: https://www.astronism.com/astronary/entry/great-triune. Last accessed: [date].
the meta-Astronist theory describing the relationship between Astronism, Astronarianism, and Cometanism, specifically that the latter two systems exist as a subsequence of and as inferior to the former and they exist in a state of codependence, coequality and consubstantiality. (Triunalism) the belief that Astronism is the religious and philosophical basis upon which Astronarianism (ideological and political branch) and Cometanism (ethical, social and relational branch) are predicated.
DERIVATIVES AND ALTERNATIVE PHRASES
Triunal | ˈtrʌɪjuːnəl | adjective
Triunality | ˈtrʌɪjuːnəlɪti | noun
ORIGINS AND ETYMOLOGY
Astro-English: from Astronese, the concept of the Great Triune finds its origins in The Year of Completion and it has also been expanded and renamed the Great Quadune. It is a meta-Astronist theory made unique by its consideration of Astronarianism in particular as distinct from Astronism rather than as encompassed by Astronism which became the more prevalent conception not long following the formulation of the Great Triune which demonstrates the rapid rate of change of Cometan’s meta-Astronistic understanding during this period. Whether Astronarianism exists independent of Astronism or exists within it remains in dispute.
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