• Type
    • Nontheistic Earth-worship
  • Motto
    • "Terra Sacra Est Aeterno"
  • Established
    • 122BC (Ancient Terranism)
  • Denominations
    • The Church of Terra (1715)
  • Practicers
    • New Pictavia (Origin)= 600,000,000 Approx.
    • The Far Echo Islands= Unknown
    • British Londinium= 100,000 Approx.
    • Mesarbourea= 200,000 Approx.
      • Total= Est. One Billion
  • Holy Texts/Scriptures
    • Various Unofficial

Terranism is an Earth-worshiping religion that originated in The Holy Imperium of Nova Pictavia, and spread to many nations, including, for a short time; British Londinium.


Terranism preaches that the Earth, or Holy Terra, is a spiritual entity, and that harming her natural processes and ecosystem is a grave sin, and an assault on the entity.

It also urges Terranists to take an active role in conversion of others to Terranism, and protecting the Environment.

Political RoleEdit

The Eco-Socialist party of Pictavia was backed by Terranists, which made up a significant plurality of the Pictish population. It was then declared the Imperium's official religion, and led Pictavia to officially declare the Utopian Crusades.

During this time, Terranist missionaries began gaining converts in large amounts. Around 100,000 were gleaned from heavily atheist British Londinium.

The political views of the Terranist Church are Eco-Socialism, Environmentalism, Social Liberalism, and pursuit of offencive war for just reasons.

The Utopian CrusadesEdit

According to the Terranist Church, the Utopian Crusades is a perpetual Holy War against corporate states that do not respect the environment. When the Green Party took control of the Pictish government, the war was made official, and several allied nations came to their banner.


Terranism is the largest religion in Pictavia. Other nations have trace amounts of Terranists.

It is the majority faith in the Kiravian colony of Mesoarbourea, where the population is comprised greatly of Terranist refugees from British Londinium, and Kiravian converts.