Ceaseria

Published: 1st September 2021

Citation: Astronist Institution. (2021). Ceaseria. Available: https://www.astronism.com/astronary/astroeschatology/ceaseria. Last accessed [enter date e.g. 1st Sept 2021].

siːsiːrɪə

noun  Astroeschatology

the end of The Cosmos, especially as this relates to the fate of humanity in its struggle to attain Ultimation; this future period is typically conceptualised as a final race or battle between humanity and the astronomical world as it comes to a horrifying, destructive end; often referred to in physical cosmology as the Big Rip.

DERIVATIVES AND ALTERNATIVE PHRASES

Ceaserial | siː siː rɪəl | adjective
Ceaserially | siː siː rɪ(ə)li | adverb
Ceaserialism | siː siː rɪəlɪz(ə)m | noun
Ceaserian | siː siː rɪən | adjective & noun
Cosmic end
End of all ends
the Great DestructionCeaserial | siː siː rɪəl | adjective
Ceaserially | siː siː rɪ(ə)li | adverb
Ceaserialism | siː siː rɪəlɪz(ə)m | noun
Ceaserian | siː siː rɪən | adjective & noun
Cosmic end
End of all ends
the Great Destruction

ORIGINS AND ETYMOLOGY

Astro-English: from Astronese, the word Ceaseria is based on the word cessation which is itself formed by the Latin word cessare meaning “stop” and by the suffix -ia to denote a state or condition of being, altogether referring to the end of cosmic reality, literally “the stopping of The Cosmos.”

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