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BornBrandon Reece Taylor
1 July, 1998
Preston, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom
🏡 ResidencePenwortham, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom
🏳️ NationalityBritish
Brandon Taylorian, Kometan, Brandon Tailorian, Brandon Tayloryan, Brandon Tailoryan
🏫 EducationSt Mary and St Benedict’s RC Primary School (2003-2009), Brownedge St Mary's Catholic High School (2009-2014)
🎓 Alma materCardinal Newman College (2014-2016), University of Central Lancashire (2016-2019)
💼 Occupation
Philosopher and author
📆 Years active  (2013 - present)
🏢 OrganizationThe Institution of The Philosophy of Millettism
Founder of Astronism
Notable workOmnidoxy (2019)
🏡 Home townBamber Bridge, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom
Height5ft 10in
💪 Weight64kg 64 kg (141 lb)
❤️ Partner(s)Liana Tiratsuyan (Cosma) (2018-present)
👴 👵 Parents
  • Sean Taylor (b. 1970) (father)
  • Louise Counsell (b. 1970) (mother)
👪 RelativesLucia Richardson (older sister) (b. 1989),

Kieran Taylorian (younger brother) (b. 2007), Charlotte Counsell (younger sister) (b. 2007), Kent Taylorian (younger brother) (b. 2008), Zara Taylorian (younger sister) (b. 2008), Jay Taylorian (younger brother) (b. 2009),

Edie Taylorian (younger sister) (b. 2011)
🌐 Website

Cometan (born Brandon Reece Taylor, July 1, 1998)[1][2] (also spelt as Kometan), is the first Astronic philosopher[3] and the sole author[4] of the Omnidoxy[5][6][7], the founding treatise of Astronism[8][9], which is also known as the religion of the stars.[10] Cometan's writing career began at the age of fifteen when the idea came to him to create his own fictional mystery detective whom he named Jesse Millette[11][12] which lead to him becoming an autodidact of philosophy, astronomy, and theology culminating in the formation of Astronism[13].

Born in Preston, Lancashire, England, Cometan grew up between separated parents, seven siblings, two sets of grandparents, and many cousins whom all played a role in his childhood and adolescence with his grandmother's strict adherence to Catholicism being cited as one of Cometan's greatest influences[14]. Cometan published the first entry in The Original Jesse Millette Series titled Jesse Millette and The Phantom's Curse on 7 November 2017 at the age of nineteen[15].

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  1. Magnall, Bethany (2019-01-06). "Who Is Cometan?". Retrieved 1 March 2019.
  2. Francis, Amanda. "Brandon Taylorian introduces his mononym, Cometan, and the philosophy known as Astronism". Lancashire & North West Magazine (February 2019). United Kingdom. pp. 32–36. ISSN 2055-5504.
  3. Ettinger, Henry (2018). Simply Cometan. Preston: Astral Publishing. pp. 1–5. ISBN 9781097846948.
  4. Swarbrick, Barbara (2019). The Rise of a New Philosophical Tradition. Preston: Astral Publishing. pp. 14–15. ISBN 9781097847150.
  5. Cometan (2019). The Omnidoxy. Preston: The Institution of The Philosophy of Millettism. ASIN B07NL8D5NZ.
  6. Redmann, Oliver (2019). Cometan: Founder of Astronism. London: Phoenix Publishers Co. pp. 7–8. ISBN 9781097846917.
  7. Magnall, Bethany (2019-02-18). "What is the Omnidoxy?". Retrieved 26 February 2019.
  8. Corning, Elizabeth (2018). An Overview of Astronism. London: Wiseman Publishers. pp. p16–18. ISBN 9781097847051.
  9. Wickham, John (2018). Astronism: A New Understanding of Humanity's Place in The Cosmos. London: Phoenix Publishers Co. pp. p6–12. ISBN 9781096577966.
  10. Miller, Lucy (2018-09-04). "Creativity, business & saying no to booze: we meet student entrepreneur Brandon Taylorian". The National Student. Retrieved 15 January 2019.
  11. Young, Jess (2018-06-14). "Interview with young author and entrepreneur Brandon Taylorian". The London Economic. Retrieved 23 February 2019.
  12. Starkiss, Emily (2019). The Biography of a Young Philosopher. Preston: Astral Publishing. pp. p10. ISBN 9781096577744.
  13. Shaw, Karen (2018-04-18). "Getting to know: Brandon Taylorian". Northern Life Magazine. Retrieved 26 February 2019.

  14. Francis, Amanda (June 2018). "Brandon Taylorian". Lancashire & North West Magazine. Retrieved 27 February 2019.
  15. Walton Lange, Lucy (2018-07-05). "Exclusive interview with author and entrepreneur Brandon Taylorian". Female First. Retrieved 4 December 2018.

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