The Ambiguation Principle is the twenty-first instalment in the Little Blue Book Series and comprises of the thirty-sixth and thirty-seventh discourses of the Monodoxy which is itself the first disquisition of the Omnidoxy, the founding book of Astronism. The discourse of The Ambiguation Principle is principally focused on introducing and defining the principle of ambiguation in relation to the Omnidoxy which is considered the forerunner to the concept of motionalism as applied to the entirety of Astronism. The ambiguation principle states that the Omnidoxy will remain interpretable and updatable for audiences throughout different regions and eras either through subsequent editions and revisions or through entirely newly written texts.
The second part of this publication includes The Edge of The Cosmos discourse which introduces the discipline of study of perimetrics, or the discipline dealing with notions regarding the cosmic periphery. The discourse raises question such as whether The Cosmos and The Universe actually ever physically touch one another? What is the nature of being of the cosmic periphery?
The Little Blue Book Series was created and first published by Cometan himself as a way to simplify and commercialise the immensity of the two million word length of the Omnidoxy into smaller, more bite-size publications. A successful series from its very first published entry, the Little Blue Book Series has gone on to become a symbol of Astronist commercial literature and a way for Cometan’s words to reach readers of all ages and abilities who remain daunted by the beauty and yet the sheer extensiveness of the Omnidoxy as the longest religious text in history.