[Below is a joke I came up with, so sit back and enjoy the convoluted processes of my brain.]
We tend to categorize people by how many gods they believe in, such as atheist, monotheist, and polytheist.
That covers 0, 1, and 2+. What about people that believe in a negative number of gods? An imaginary number of gods?
There are no prefixes for negative numbers, so I'll invent some, using negative prefixes (e.g. im-):
-1 gods: immonotheism
-(2+) gods: impolytheism
Wow. That concept hurts the head. A negative amount of gods? As in a void where god(s) should be?
And now, an imaginary/complex number of gods.
There's nothing even close for this. Any proposals?
"ij-" prefix, perhaps? Or "j-"?
In that case...
I think all imaginary numbers should be represented as complex here. Order:
(real part)(ij-)(imaginary part)(-theism)
I think I've just violated reality.
"Guess what? I'm a immonojimmonotheist!"