The Kenomitian Compendium

The primary source of ever-expanding knowledge regarding Kenomitian cosmogony, history, cosmology, lifeforms, souls, magic, religions and geopolitics.

Discover Kenoma

Tales from the dark world of Kenoma and its equally sinister denizens.

The primary source of ever-expanding knowledge regarding Kenomitian cosmogony, history, cosmology, lifeforms, souls, magic, religions and geopolitics.

A showcase of the best fanmade creations. By the community, for the community.

Glimpses of Kenomitian happenings and past history, providing context to the Chronicles.

Discover Kenoma

Tales from the dark world of Kenoma and its equally sinister denizens.

The primary source of ever-expanding knowledge regarding Kenomitian cosmogony, history, cosmology, lifeforms, souls, magic, religions and geopolitics.

A showcase of the best fanmade creations. By the community, for the community.

Glimpses of Kenomitian happenings and past history, providing context to the Chronicles.

01

Kenomitian Cosmogony

The origin of the Augoeides: the four layers of reality; and the cosmic forces that make them work, be it Pleromatic, Archontian, Titanic or Divine.

Proarkhe

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The Kenomitian Creation Myth, telling the tale of the Augoeides since the Hatching of the Cosmic Egg to the end of the Hypostatic Aeon. Taken from the pages of Sefer HaKadmon, revealed to the Kenomitians during the Third Age of the Hylic Era in the Epigenetic Aeon.

The Supernal

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The truly immortal and faith-devouring beings in the Augoeides, all descended from the Cosmic Egg.

Supernal Family Tree:  The tangled genealogy of the Pleromata, the Archons, the Titans, the Deities and the mortal races they lord over.

Pleromata: Hatchlings of the Cosmic Egg, known collectively as the Shi’ur Qomah: the building blocks of reality, and the forces that keep it running.

Archons: Creations of the Demiurge. The Four Archons, known collectively as the Olamot: crafted by the Aetheric Demiurge out of a craving for novelty; and rulers of Destiny, Chaos, Order and Fate.

Titans: Children of the Archons. The Ten Titans, known collectively as the Asuras, progeny of Chaos and Order, makers of Dragons and epitomes of the primal concepts of Power, Madness, Desire, Hunger, Despair, Hoarding, Sensation, Violence, Mortality and the Wilderness.

Deities: Children of the Titans. The Ten Deities, known collectively as the Devas, makers of Angels and potentates of the sophisticated notions of Government, Scholarship, Love, Domesticity, Asceticism, Trade, Life, War, Death and Nature.

Devils: Emanations of the Champion, known collectively as the Daityas. The Ten Devils, grown out of the Champion of Entropy’s remains, makers of Demons and commanders of the legions of Self-Destruction, Paucity, Conflict, Predation, Disease, Frostbite, Meteors, Pollution, Floods and Conflagrations.

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Kenomitian History

The inner workings of the Penemuean Calendar and the intricacies of the Wheel of Ages.

Penemuean Calendar

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The most widely accepted calendar in Kenoma, introduced during the High Third Age of the Gnostic Era in the Epigenetic Aeon.

Wheel of Ages

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The Sacred History of the Augoeides in general and Kenoma in particular: in which civilizations rise and fall, life blossoms and withers, and spells and miracles fly in perpetual cycles of Supernal intervention.

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Kenomitian Cosmology

The Augoeides, the four layers of reality that coalesced during the Hypostatic Aeon: Yesh, the Material World; Tikun, the Immaterial World; Tohu, the Afterlife; and the Godhead, the realm of Abraxas, the Aetheric Demiurge.

The Augoeides

Yesh: the Material World

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The realm of the Living. The physical universe and realm of the Living, including Kenoma and its supercontinent, superocean, VR networks, satellites, sun and neighboring asteroids.

Tikun: the Immaterial World

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The realms of the abstract and the Supernal. Metaphysically, a sea of stardust dotted with twenty-five islands; above Tohu and Yesh, and beneath the Godhead, as Ochema; The Fool’s Manses; The Magipoetic Dreamlands; The Amorphous Fields of Unmade Seers; The Mitochondrial Greenwoman; The Empire of Woodmen; The Hierophant’s Battleground (…)

Tohu: the Afterlife

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The realms of the Dead, who end up there to face Judgement and discard their attachments in the path to reincarnation. Comprised of Masach; Ish; Nitzotz; Tzimtzum; Tzachtzachot; Araboth; and Atzmus.

Godhead: the realm of Abraxas, the Aetheric Demiurge

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A secluded “space beyond space”, dedicated to observing, and isolating itself from, the rest of the Augoeides.

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Life in Kenoma

The Elioud and their soulless/ lifeless/ Supernal counterparts.

The Four Levels of Being

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The four rungs in the ladder to immortality: the Vril, the Akatharta, the Hayyoth and the Supernal.

Elioud: the Mortal Races

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Odic soul-bearing beings who inhabit the Augoeides whilst interacting with them on a limited lifespan and worshiping their Supernal predecessors.

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The Soul

The quintessential component that separates the Elelethi and the Supernal from the Tlavati.

The Core of the Self

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Anatomy of the Soul and its interaction with the Hayyoth.

Ghosts: those who remain

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The victims of lingering attachments, awaiting Judgement at the edges of Tohu whilst a part of them languishes in Yesh.

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Magic: the Gift of the Demiurge

The powers and laws that shape the Augoeides and reap wonders from agony.

Fundamentals

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The keys to the understanding of Magic, explained through a unified thaumaturgical paradigm.

Astrology

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The effects of moon phases and star signs on Kenomitian Magic.

Kochos hanefesh: the Ways of Magic

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The thirteen pillars of Kenomitian Magic: Wisdom, Observation, Illusion, Direction, Movement, Shielding, the Flame, Rulership, the Womb, the Maw, Blood, Undeath and the Forge.

  • Logomancy, the Way of Wisdom.
  • Telegnosis, the Way of Observation.
  • Mesmerism, the Way of Illusion.
  • Correspondence, the Way of Direction.
  • Kinetomancy, the Way of Movement.
  • Aspidomancy, the Way of Shielding.
  • Pyromancy, the Way of Flame. 
  • Psychomancy, the Way of Rulership.
  • Xenogenesis, the Way of the Womb.
  • Gastromancy, the Way of the Maw.
  • Hematomancy, the Way of Blood.
  • Necromancy, the Way of Undeath.
  • Abacomancy, the Way of the Forge.

Charismata: blessings of the Supernal

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The powers of the Nephilim, bestowed upon them by their Supernal Progenitors, whose favor is as fickle as it is game-changing.

Archmages: godlings among the elioud

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The peak of individual magical development and the closest that the Elioud will ever get to the Supernal state.

Scholomance

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The foremost academic and thaumaturgical institution in the Kenomitian Sphere.

Magical/ Charismatic Professions

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The successful synergies of the magical and the mundane, categorized as Sorcery, Incantations, Witchcraft and Occultism based on their involvement with the supernatural.

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Kenomitian Religions

The faiths of the Kenomitian peoples and the connection between the Mortal and the Supernal.

Titanic: Servants of the Asuras

Divine: Hosts of the Devas

Diabolic: Hordes of the Champion

Pontifices: The voice of the Supernal

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Kenomitian Geopolitics

The intricate webs of power that govern the fate of all Kenomitians, as of the year 1800 of the Late Third Age of the Gnostic Era in the Epigenetic Aeon.

Nations

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The thirty-one dystopian nation-states of planet Kenoma, as of the year 1800 of the Late Third Age of the Gnostic Era in the Epigenetic Aeon.

Megacorporations

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The eighteen extraterritorial giants of the modern economy, with enough power to rival nations, as of the year 1800 of the Late Third Age of the Gnostic Era in the Epigenetic Aeon.