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Isimoje, the Dimensions

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Symbol of Autonomism by Naelin
In the religious belief of Autonomism, practised in the Dhalmain Island, the universe and its inner workings are believed to have been created by the primogenial existence of Curiosity, who gave birth to the first Laws of the Universe as she started wondering about things.   Dimensions was the fourth Law of the Universe to come into being, after Curiosity, Time, Space and Directions.
They known in the Authonomist mythos as Isimoje.  


Neutral pronouns are used to refer to Isimoje.  

Isimoje in the Autonomist Mythos


In the Autonomist genesis, Alocardenas, the Curiosity appeared in the nothingness as the first Law of the Universe. She started wondering, and the new universe started forming in the shape of Laws as an answer. Her first two thoughts created Time and Space, and a moment of consideration between each other about their implications sparked the Directions and Dimensions into being.   Isimoje, the Dimensions, is generally considered as a twin sibling of Tremormin, the Directions.
Alongside Gleamauros, the Time, and Primarite, the Space, Isimoje created Dencaza, the Physics when they wondered together how would they interact with their fourth sibling.   By the end of the genesis myth, Rheshnaghty, the Intention gets created inside the first life and eats Alocardenas.
This caused Isimoje and all of the other Laws of The Universe to become inanimate and unable to wonder anymore.  


According to the Autonomist beliefs on afterlife, those whose life and death reflected the law of Dimensions more closely will turn into them after their death.   Becoming the Dimensions after one's death is said to turn one into nuance and complexity themselves, adding depth and richness to the world.   Some who aim to become Dimensions will choose to donate their bodies to artists in the specific pursue of being turned into taxidermy pieces. This is often chosen by taxidermists themselves, whom will ask their disciples or mentors to carry out the job.  

The followers of Isimoje


Isimoje's Teachings

Priests of Dimensions teach Isimoje as a representation of considering all angles and points of view of a problem or situation before acting, be it a technical or a social one.
Isimoje is used to teach nuance, and the depth and richness of the world and of every topic and theme of the universe.  


They are considered the patron of architects, mathematicians, carpenters, masons, taxidermists and tailors, among others.
Divine Classification
Law of the Universe
Related Myths
Patron Of

Divine Symbols

  Representations of Isimoje are done in sculpture, bas relief or as a bare minimum with paintings that use significant empasto, to avoid flat depictions.

Character Portrait image: Symbol of Autonomism by Naelin


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