mermaidsoluna wrote: Sat May 16, 2020 6:28 am
Hi Joyce-M, thanks for sharing your findings. One of the shocking things I remember from reading the books was realizing just how ill-equipped a "free" country like the USA is to create Kin's Domains. Whereas Russia was in the perfect position to start giving land back to the people. We'll definitely face hurdles created by our country's structure...so we might be behind other countries in getting the legalities together, but I trust we can eventually get there.
One thing I have been learning about is Church structures and I'm wondering if that could be a route for USA? Our right to own and cultivate a hectare of our Motherland is basically a spiritual tenant that holds Ringing Cedar communities together, could this be used as a religious platform in the US? I know a community in Colorado who purchased land with an angel investor and they are set up as a Church where their religion is simply Love. The Catholic Church is the greatest landholder in the entire world and they hold all of that land, in a multitude of countries tax free. In Bill Mollion's Permaculture lectures and in the Permaculture Designer's Manuel he talks about acquiring land using the same legal structures as a church. He outlines a clever combination of a for-profit/non-profit entity. It may not quite be a Kin's Domain set up with free land, but it works in many countries and could be a good start for those of us who want to start Kin's Domains before all the politics can catch up.
As far as connections go...I am from the Hamptons where a lot of wealthy, powerful people come to live in nature. There is a strong spiritual community out there too, and a cross section of some who could be interested in helping our cause... I will keep sharing Anastasia's messages in these communities and see what happens!
If you look closely at the organizational and tax laws related to establishing a church umbrella to shield kins domain communities, you run into three critical things.
1) They are subject to government oversight. Many pastors are speaking out about the government controls over what they can and can't do or say or build, or plan.
2) IRS has tightened the noose on these organizations. It is not completely impossible but nearly so, to form a new organization that "qualifies" under their rules. It is risky at best because each new organization is tested in court (biased in favor of IRS).
3) Any structure "authorized" by government is by its very nature under the administration of government agencies in nearly all applications.
I think it's best to discover how we can exercise our natural rights without government's empowerment. Meg's post on farmland exemptions is a good example of that although I haven't examined those links because I couldn't get them to work with my phone. However, the government actually writes their codes and statutes correctly, meaning that they accurately state the extent of their authority. However, it's also true that those codes are written in such a way that the average citizen would never find it or even understand it if they did. We have to bring our thinking back up to speed as best we can. We also have to do as Anastasia does. In book 8.1, page 47 of the black cover edition she says, "Once my dream and life goal are created in all their detail, all the knowledge I need to turn the dream into reality will be born in me all on its own without fail."