Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Tomislav Addai, Aug 13, 2018.
That's a lot of grey, and a lot of Juche. :v
Actually, North Korea was coloured with Radical Atheism...
Adding VBotswana, playing a bit with Namibia
European colonies in the Americas:
St Pierre et Miquelon
And the Carribean.
Added smaller independent countries in the Lesser Antilles
The Guyanas, Jamaica, Bahamas and Puerto Rico. Anglosphere Carribean mapped. Guyana is mapped according to regions.
The Carribean completed. Dominican republic done according to http://eastafricaschoolserver.org/Wikipedia/images/3261/326151.png.htm.
USA will be mapped according to Map on the right, but taking a look at the map beneath, any county having less than 35% of adherents will be coloured as secular.
Virginia, Maryland, New Netherlands and New England
Thirteen Colonies completed
American Southwest and parts of the central CSA
Oregon Territory and the Northwest
Taking a look at American influence over the Carribean basin, before displaying United States in its beauty.
Canada according religion maps. What needs to be done is to chceck whether the First Nations still practise their own beleifs, esp. in nonreligious areas along the west coast.
Alaska completed.Majority-minority counties needed to have at least 50% of religious attendence to keep being counted as Christian, otherwise wee given Native religion. All irreligious counties with prevailing Native Ancestry automatically shown as having Native religion.
The Native Religions are as follows:
Peyot (in Navajo lands as well as throughout the Dakotas)
in British Columbia and Alaskan Panhandle Waashat
generic Totemism in inland Alaska and parts of Ontario
Ghost Dance pink is used for colouring Inuit Alaskan spirituality.
Greenland, Iceland and Faroes. Relatively easy
Austria and Belgium.
Protestant communities in Austria according to German wikipedia; four municpalities of BRussels have over 35%, so were classified as Muslim; the only Diocese in Belgium having under 50% is the one shown as irreligious; yet a lot of the others are around 50-60%; the "Primary Sect" colour in eastern Wallonia is Antoinism, at least the area having the highest density of Antoinist tempels.
Mexico. The majority is Catholic. There are Mennonite settlements in the North. The rest of the Protestants appear to be pentecostal; the Huichols retain to their own religious practises. In the Maya area, there is a Muslim Sunni community continuing the Al-Andalus tradition. Also among the Mayas, we can see an Orthodox community (mapped according to http://www.mayanorthodoxy.com/map) also in neighbouring Guatemala).
Did all inhabited dependencies in Oceania (with exception of the Japanese village), as well as Polynesian and Micronesian independent countries. Melanesia and Australia wait to be done
East Timor and insular Melanesia... (although PNG is also technically an island, but you get the point )
Yellow Iberia. Should anyone have knowledge of Protstant, Anglican, Muslim, Jewish majority munciplities in the Peninsula, let me know.
Btw. half of PNG done
(Methodology: checking each district capital and what tribe lives there. Then through Joshua project check thier denomination (although they distinguish Catholic, Orthodox, Indpendetn, Protestant and Anglican denominations). By end of the week I expect PNG to be done.
PNG and Australia completed
Separate names with a comma.