There is a plurality of religions in Cascadia. This plurality exists due mostly to two factors. First, the indigenous tribes that made up the region had wide and varied religious beliefs and there was no animosity between tribes based on these differences. Second, the immigrants to Cascadia came largely from the Empire of Australia and sought religious freedom as part of their escape. As a result, there are more than 250 different religions in Cascadia that count their number as significant.
|Religious Order||% of|
|Students of the Great Mystery||5|
|Disciples of Jesus||5|
|Cult of Loki||3|
|Other Monotheistic Religion||10|
|Other Polytheistic Religion||18|
Origin of Religious Freedom in Cascadia
There was widespread immigration to Cascadia in the 16th century. This was due largely because of the criminalization of many religious orders in the Empire of Australia under Eleanor the Twentieth. Although Cascadia was discovered by Eleanor the Fifteenth in the late 15th century, because it was not administered by the Empire until later it became a haven of religious freedom.
Religious persecution spread throughout the world in the 16th and 17th centuries. Because of this, Cascadia became a refuge for people of many varied faiths. As a result, Jews and Disciples of Jesus came from Europe and Zoroastrians came from central Asia.