A simplified version of my ethno-cultural map – denoting the current religions of the planet.
Notable differences – the shamanistic. character of the Tuvan, Altai, Yakut, Khakas and Chuvash Turks. The rest of the map has been arranged by way of assembling a few of my cultures into one.
Remnants of Christian Empires = Neo-Christian West + central European nationalists + Russo-Latin mutts + savage Negroes.
Ethnic Religions = Hinduism + Juche + Shinto + Yazidism + Judaism.
Dār al-Islām = Türkiye + Persia + Arabia + Zanj + Indian & Malay Muslims.
It is remarkable that the Formosan aborigines are two-thirds Christian – and while the RoC government is not, its treatment thereof is Christian in nature, too (although racially, the Austronesians are a far cry from the Pinoy Negritos).
The Japanese island of Hokkaido and the Ryukyu archipelago have been colonised recently, thus I have assigned them to the vague Sinospheric religious grouping.
As pertaining my own Weltanschauung, the current map serves well to underline the sheer loneliness of any Occidental anti-Semite surrounded by Abrahamics of one sort or another.
P.S. This brief work above has made me wonder whether I should have included Cuba both here and in the less limited map as a representative of “ethnic religions” and “old Europe”. But then, I checked the current ideology of Cuba, and they seem to venerate José Martí. From what I understand, they don’t have outright Indians left on their island, but this is a clear case of suicidal Christianity, here I would agree with Chechar. So while their Marxism has permitted them to establish a fairly sovereign and successful state, their Christian self-hatred is holding them back. (And I shudder to think how much their miscegenation with savage Negroes has progressed.)
P.P.S. Indeed, I don’t see any dissimilarities between the religions of Japanese Shinto and Korean Juche – aside from the differing races that profess them, of course. If anything, the failure of Japan might be accounted for in the lower racial quality of the Japanese stock.