Someone has put a lot of work into this "Map of Humanity," which is as fanciful and speculative as 15th century maps of the New World. Is Faith really on the continent of Wisdom? I kind of think they're as far apart as China and Hispaniola, to be honest about it. And how disturbing to see Ann Arbor as a neighbor to Salt Lake City (near 40 W, 60 N), either geographically or culturally.
From James Turner, the creator:
The continents of this restructuring rest upon the sea of the unconscious, the stormy basis of our thought. The land that emerges from it is broken into three main continents, each related to an aspect of the human mind: superego, ego, and id.
So it's a Freudian world. That would account for the three continents being so improbably distinct from one another. If I were to try something like this, I'd probably create one super-continent, where the nasty parts live cheek-by-jowl with out "higher" aspirations.
Via Dark Roasted Blend and the Maps-L listserv.