Terrific reader questions. The gubmint procedure described sounds like what we Yanks called "homesteading" back in the day. My grand uncle did it many moons ago. Enjoy.
After my wife transited [soul went to Heaven?] many years ago, on her night table I found a book she had started to read. It was the second in a set of nine I'd gotten for her; I started reading them. The Russian author was Vladimir Megre, interpreted into English by a Canadian translator. Presented as non-fiction, they read like stories.
The main character is a beautiful woman named Anastasia, who lives in the remote natural wilderness of the Siberian taiga [sometimes swampy coniferous forest of high northern latitudes, especially between the tundra and large, flat unforested grasslands of Siberia and North America] hours of walking distance from any settlements, without a house, heat or amenities, fully harmonizing with the nature and wildlife, telepathically conversing with both animals and people. She seems to have abilities of Angel Guides, including even manifesting in person wherever really needed, yet she is a beautiful woman in the flesh.
Anastasia befriended a cargo ship owner and captain —Vladimir Megre— in a settlement along a major Siberian river during the ship's stopover and "fell in love" with him. Anastasia taught Megre a lot, including how to write books eloquently with love. Megre later fathered her a boy to continue her vedarussian, vedic pre-christian bloodlines. Anastasia would not allow Megre to have any part in the upbringing and education of the child, to prevent "spoiling and distorting" the boy's mind and heart. Years later Megre fathered the boy's sister.
I can't compress 9 books however this set, "The Ringing Siberian Cedars" (ringingcedarsofrussia.org) caused a huge national mass movement. (In actuality, Siberian cedars are nut bearing pines, relatives of the Swiss nut pines). This movement even decided to form a new political party, but most people understood by now that opposition parties and their leaders in Russia do not tend to do well or live long. So they reconsidered.
One of many of Anastasia's central themes and teachings was: every person and family should have access to nature and one hectare (2.4 acres) of free land, to establish their "kin's settlement" of love, to live and grow food, plants & trees. This new mass movement managed to secure a government agreement to grant free land to anybody, mostly from old communist Soviet era unused collective farms. As a result, over 500 settlements have been formed by now with "kin's settlements" in Russia and other countries of similar cultural heritage [Ukraine? Poland?] and the number is growing. There are also eighty nine Anastasia readers' clubs now in Russia.
As the reputation of this mysterious Anastasia grew, it was reported that even the Russian government got interested enough to send a helicopter with agents to bring her in for questioning and propaganda use. They found her in the wilderness, but Anastasia read their thoughts and had the ability to confuse and scare the heck out of them, thus they retreated and never returned.
These books are beautifully written, not so much for the logical mind but for the imagination and heart. Once started, I was so eager to read them all, I finished all 9 in very little time, one after the other, at the cost of retaining many details.
RQ1: How real is this by now legendary Anastasia and is she indeed a living person in flesh?
C: This question an old one here; what is real? If it exists in your mind, if you imagine it enough to help form your imagination, it is real. Humans usually mean reality must trip one of the five human physical senses. Anastasia exists and lives in the flesh. She cannot be found against her will, but can choose to reveal herself. Consider her abilities, if Russian operatives were frightened. She will deploy them only if the visitors require it.
RQ2: Does she have the abilities described in these books?
C: Yes, this is her life plan to employ them, but all humans also have these abilities, if unknown, unrecognized, unacknowledged and disbelieved. Sometimes a life plan requires shutting them off, but this is not so common. These abilities may be revived to the extent your life plan is not derailed by doing so. You will will not become angelic, however you can do angelic things.
RQ3: Is the idea of establishing local nearly or fully self-sufficient communities a growing trend during the Shift? I find it difficult to envision, considering the current competitive mental state of at least the western people.
C: Yes. As circumstances change, it will not need be envisioned. You will see it, the many of you.
RQ4: Is Anastasia's proposal for new kinds of schools a good and practical one? Schools wherein the children learn mostly by themselves and teach each others, with much reduced participation of teachers. By now, in Russia, there are many experimental schools of this kind.
C: Yes, teachers must provide guidance, however not authority. This crashes into the hard, reinforced concrete mental abutment of typical practice. It is also more effective, and the simplified reason is: a sense of community is what gives acceptance thus peace and tranquility to your life. The withdrawal of authority, power, control and domination withdraws the bully also.
Q: This is MY question for The Committee: Who and what is Anastasia?
C: Humans would truly call her an angel. Her life plan is what the books describe, the purposes obvious. "She" incarnated to live as a human but with abilities necessary to achieve "her" mission, that so few humans exhibit, these capabilities are deemed witchlike, and to be feared. Unlike mankind's better known prophets, her life plan called for shunning fame and fortune.