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The Metakosmia

Published: 2nd August 2020

Citation: Astronist Institution. (2020). The Metakosmia. Available: Last accessed: [date].



one of three subservient existences in the cosmology of Astronism denoting the periphery between The Cosmos and The Universe. Reaching The Metakosmia is considered to be impossible for any cosmic entity or being. The Metakosmia is the point at which any cosmos ends and where The Universe therein begins.


Metakosmic | ˈmɛtəkɒsmɪk | adjective
Metakosmical | ˈmɛtəkɒsmɪkal | adjective
Metakosmism | ˈmɛtəkɒsmɪz(ə)m | noun


The origins of the term metakosmia come from the Greek philosopher Epicurus. In its Astronist form, the definition of metakosmia was conceived by Cometan during the Founding era.

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