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Intendence of Transcension

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The Intendence of Transcension, variously referred to as the Siderine Economy, the Economy of Transcension, the Intendant Economy, the Transcendent Economy, or sometimes simply as intendence, or the Intendence, is a prominent post-omnidoxical concept of Cometanic origin within Astronism propounding the notion that the achievement of transcension must be managed and that such a management was conferred to the Astronist Institution by its formulation of the concept of transcension itself. The Economy of Transcension involves the people, the organisations, and the body of beliefs and concepts of Astronism working as a whole ordered system to achieve a cosmocentric humanity and an astrocentric society, one that is in the process of achieving transcension to the astronomical world both physically and intellectually.

The Economy of Transcension is an important aspect of Astronist soteriology, that is Astronism’s concept of salvation, as it involves the managed way in which humanity is to achieve a state of transcension which is considered to be ultimate salvation. The Economy of Transcension is composed also of each individual astrosis of every Astronist as a contributing element to the entire process of transcension, a collectivistic form of salvation based on a system of contributionism.

It is the duty of each Astronist to sufficiently contribute to the Economy of Transcension during their lifetime and it is the global collectivity of Astronist devotion, belief, knowledge, achievement, astrosis, and eventual cosmosis that the Economy of Transcension will continue to function.

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