The Oblivions of The Cosmos is the thirtieth instalment in the Little Blue Book Series and comprises of the forty-eighth discourse of the Monodoxy, which is itself the first disquisition of the Omnidoxy, the founding book of Astronism. A haunting single-discourse publication constituting over 250 insentensations, The Oblivions of The Cosmos investigates one of the most ominous and chaotic progenies in The Cosmos; black holes. To introduce the discipline of cosmontology known as obliviology, this discourse examines all aspects and possibilities regarding the nature, form, purpose, eventualities, and physicalities of black holes with implicit connections to the beliefs of Astronism, particularly regarding the tradition of mystery surrounding black holes in Astronist philosophy and religion.
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.