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Perístanom includes the following demonimations, or Wereinas [wɛrˈeɪnɑs 🔊].






Orthodox Perístanom: contains only those core beliefs common to all Soqjós.

Diagram of the Peristanomic Pantheon






Cat God

Smalosian Perístanom: identical to the Orthodox denomination but for the addition of a theriomorphic god named Smálos [ˈsmalɔs 🔊]. He is an ancestral and warrior deity, a prodigious, wild, feline god, and parent to the race of giants. [Founding and artwork by Terra Jordan.]

Diagram of the Smalosian Pantheon






Order of the Androgyne Seal

Androgynean Perístanom: identical to the Orthodox denomination but for the addition of a prophecy — the prophecy of Stéromaqa [ˈsterɔmɑkwɑ 🔊]. Androgynean Soqjós believe that, at some unknown time in the future, an intersexual and interethnic child will be born to save the world. The savior, whose true name will be Wirocenos [wɪrɔˈgwenɔs 🔊], will be a true hermaphrodite (46XX/46XY mosaic) and a demigod — the offspring of a mortal woman and the sky god, Djéus Patér [ˈdjeʊs pɑˈter 🔊]. This ‘miraculous’ birth is believed by some to be logically necessary in order for Deiwos to evolve within this universe filled with consciousness. The androgynous demigod will unite the manifest opposites, of female and male, dark and light, youth and age, wisdom and folly, good and evil, divinity and mortality, faith and science. When referring to Wirocenos, Androgynean Soqjós may employ gender-neutral pronouns. An example, in English, would be the singular ‘they’, or the neologistic and (orthographically) neutral pronouns ‘shi’ (nominative), ‘hir’ (accusative, dative, and determinative), ‘hirs’ (genitive), and ‘hirself’ (reflexive), all of which are homophonous with the traditional feminine pronouns. (It may be noted that, in human biology, in the absence of certain genetic modifiers, the default sex is female.) A total solar eclipse — the union of Ménots (Moon) and Sáwel (Sun) — will herald the birth of Wirocenos, and the child will bear the mark of the androgyne — perhaps a birthmark in the shape of a circle pierced by an arrow, combining the ideograms for Venus, Mars, and Sagittarius, the intersexual symbol pictured below, (beside an armillary sphere).

Symbol of Intersex



Armillary Sphere

Diagram of the Androgynean Pantheon






Helikón [hɛlɪˈkon 🔊] (Ἑλικών): according to Androgynean Peristanomic prophetic lore, a rotating orbital space station in the shape of a double helix one thousand kilometers above our planet, to be constructed in the future at the request of Wirocenos.

Double-Helical Space Station Orbiting Earth





Comrades of Perístanom

Comrades of Perístanom: officially named Perístanos Soqjóm Gromos [pɛrˈistɑnɔs sɔkwˈjom ˈgromɔs 🔊] (The Congregation of the Comrades of Perístanom, postnominal: PSG), a pedagogical congregation centered currently and primarly in Burlington, Vermont, although worldwide in potential scope. The group draws no hierarchical distinction between clergy and laity and is open to anyone who accepts the moral principle of democracy — of democratic control by a majority of stakeholders — within and beyond all institutions.





Order of the Androgyne

Order of the Androgyne: officially named Diwós Wirocénosjo Monwowostu Perístanom [dɪˈwos wɪrɔˈgwenɔsjɔ mɔnwɔˈwostʊ pɛrˈistɑnɔm 🔊] (The Monastic Order of the Divine Androgyne, postnominal: DWMP), ​a hospitaller order of Androgynean Perístanom located outside Bowling Green, Kentucky.





Knights of Gaia

Knights of Gaia: officially named the Order of the Knights of Gaia (postnominals: KOG, Knight of the Order of Gaia; honorific: Dame/Sir), a military order of chivalry first established in 1992 by author and activist John Seymour, conceived in the presence of physicist and theologian John Polkinghorne, the order is dedicated to preserving the health of the biosphere and promoting justice for all of Earth’s creatures. Their standard is the Gaia Flag.




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