Is the any relation between religion and climate?

Most of religions were from Middle East. Middle East generally has a warm and dry climate. Also India has warm climate. Russia is always cold, is that why there many Marxists and atheists in Russia? Do you see any relation with the climate and religion? The earth is becoming warmer and warmer; does it mean we are... show more Most of religions were from Middle East. Middle East generally has a warm and dry climate. Also India has warm climate. Russia is always cold, is that why there many Marxists and atheists in Russia? Do you see any relation with the climate and religion?
The earth is becoming warmer and warmer; does it mean we are going to become more and more religious?!
Update: Well, MrzBoopie, I'm reading a Persian book right now named "Ancient religions of Iran and Mesopotamia" by Mehrdad Izadpanah. The writer believes that the Aryans who settled in Iran had to face a much tougher way of living and climate than the Aryans who settled in India. So, Iranians gradually made... show more Well, MrzBoopie, I'm reading a Persian book right now named "Ancient religions of Iran and Mesopotamia" by Mehrdad Izadpanah. The writer believes that the Aryans who settled in Iran had to face a much tougher way of living and climate than the Aryans who settled in India. So, Iranians gradually made myths according to their own ways of living. For example they believed Rain, earth, light and etc. were divine, where as drought, illness and death were evil. These myths then became a part of different ancient religions in Persia.
The writer believes that the Aryans, who settled in India with a more humid climate, had easier lives, so they started philosophizing and different ascetic ethic.
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