In addition to the large national and regional organizations, there are still hundreds of independent provincial patriotic movements and unions. Many of them worked in the village. Orel province, for example, became the scene of a powerful patriotic peasant movement against the revolutionary intelligentsia. Its leaders spread throughout the counties printed and copied at the hands of Appeal states that the king and the people is the intellectuals to be demolished, and that the king in his concern for the people to lay it on the peasantry, which can not be checked by any authority, large and small because they are "at the same time with the intelligentsia and the king." By intellectuals leaders of the peasant movement carried many nobles who got much of their revolutionary convictions, and some "hard-core Democrats" of the nobility, even burnt usadby.Odnoy form of popular movement against the anti-Russian discord became Orthodox brotherhoods. After the anti-Russian revolution of 1905 in Russia, they formed more than 700, which combined 3 million. Man. Brotherhood were the Union of Orthodox spiritual minded and wore the names of Orthodox holidays, or the names of saints - "Brotherhood of the Holy Cross", "Brotherhood of the Resurrection of Christ", "The Brotherhood of St. Nicholas." Moscow acted "Moscow Fellowship of Saints", in Chernigov - "The Brotherhood of St. Michael, Prince of Chernigov ". Regularly held fraternities congresses. The great authority among the Russian people enjoyed horugvenostsev Society, which existed in many Orthodox parishes as a "living Christ's Men" in defense of King and Homeland. Society members wore special white caftans and approved by the Synod of the special badge, which shows the church banner with the eight-pointed cross. Horugvenostsev were true Russian patriots who participated in all the patriotic demonstrations, demonstrations and, of course, solemn church services and religious processions. Society horugvenostsev become mass organizations, covering many hundreds of thousands of people. According to one of the Moscow province, there were about 40 thousand. Horugvenostsev. A great benefit in the education of the working population of the major cities have started the Orthodox Church Temperance Society. In St. Petersburg, for example, acted "Alexander Nevsky Temperance Society", which had 14 departments and a number of its press organs, such as "Native Speech" and "Rest Christian." As part of the events organized this society, opened the tea, dining rooms, reading rooms, organized processions. "Alexander Nevsky Temperance Society", organized under a "Commonwealth of Christian youth", who worked among the students. In a number of Russian cities there were also separation "All-Russian labor-Christian temperance union", famous throughout Russia for its tea reading rooms, where the revolutionaries were not allowed.