Which countries worship the moon?

A new map of the world’s major religions reveals which countries worship some of the most prominent celestial objects in the solar system.

The map, compiled by the nonprofit organization the Pew Forum, also revealed which countries are known to worship the Earth.

It also ranked countries by how much they worship the Moon, the Sun, the planets, and other celestial bodies.

It’s an interesting map that takes into account how the world views celestial bodies such as the Moon and the planets.

It looks a bit different than the one published by the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) earlier this year, which ranked countries based on how much of their GDP is generated by these celestial bodies, which it also considers to be “extraterrestrial.”

“The OIC rankings are based on the number of countries that produce, own, or manage assets for celestial bodies,” said the Pew Research Center.

“The countries in the OIC list that do not produce, or do not own, celestial bodies are not included in the analysis.”

In fact, it’s the OIc that’s currently ranking the countries with the most resources to produce resources to create resources for their celestial bodies and that’s the countries that have the most religious devotion to them.

The OI catered to the OOC in the report.

It’s based on surveys of global religions, but the Pew report was the first to look at the data on countries that did not belong to either OIC or the OICS.

“The most religious countries in our dataset are those that have a very strong belief in the planets and other bodies in the sky,” said John Dinges, senior research fellow at the Pew Foundation and one of the co-authors of the report, which was published on Wednesday.

“And those are countries like China, Russia, and Iran, countries that believe in the Moon but not the Sun or the planets.”

Dinges said there’s a lot of variation in how religious a country is and that can have real-world consequences.

“If a country has a high level of religious belief but also has low economic activity, it may not be doing as well as its religious adherents would want,” he said.

For example, Russia is the country with the second-highest level of religiosity, according to the Pew survey, and has some of Europe’s lowest levels of religious observance.

“People in other countries tend to be much more tolerant of religious minorities in general, and this has led to a significant increase in religious observances over the past few years,” Dinges said.

While the Oic/OIC rankings were based on survey data, the Pew researchers say it’s important to consider how religious the country is.

“It’s really important to remember that the OIA is a research organization,” Dangs said.

“We want to be very careful about using the data to try to measure religiousness and so the methodology of this study does not attempt to measure religion in a way that would be comparable to the data of the OIs.”

According to the survey, which included more than 6,000 countries, the United States, China, and India came out on top, followed by Russia and France.

The report also found that countries that do have a high percentage of people in religious faiths also have a lower level of poverty, and that countries with higher religious observant people tend to have a higher level of income per capita than countries that are more religiously diverse.

For instance, the most religiously devout countries in this survey are Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and the United Arab Emirates.