Some tidbits that I have picked up in the past few weeks talking to someone who was at the very top levels of the group.
There is a former A list tweener actor turned failed adult actor who has been reaching out to former/current female members, especially the ones in the news to see if they would be interested in joining his group of followers. He imagines himself as some kind of spiritual leader.
The thing is though, he doesn’t have the finances.
He likes to think he does, but he doesn’t.
Apparently one of the members who got away a few years back turned to someone she had been ordered to hook up with about a decade ago.
A permanent A++ list celebrity known all over the world.
She turned to that person when she escaped so she would be safe.
I’m not sure just how safe it is now though because there are all kinds of files and e-mails and it wouldn’t shock me if there were notes about who and when the A++ lister would visit the compound and have sex with followers.
One of the sisters is in the process of turning on the other to save herself.
Former A list tweener/group of followers: Andrew Keegan
A++ lister: Bill Clinton
One of the sisters: Sara Bronfman on Clare Bronfman
Clare was introduced to the self-help network by her sister Sara
Clinton-Linked Cult Leader Who Hot-Branded Women Arrested For Sex Trafficking
Keith Raniere, the co-founder and leader of a secretive self-help cult called NXIVM who was run out of Arkansas when Bill Clinton was governor has been arrested by the FBI in Mexico and charged with sex trafficking. Raniere fled to Mexico last November after U.S. authorities began interviewing “witnesses and victims” linked to NXIVM, however finding him proved elusive after Raniere began using “end-to-end encrypted email and stopped using his phone.”
Shortly before Raniere was arraigned in a Texas courtroom, the FBI raided the Saratoga County, NY home of NXIVM co-founder, Nancy Salzman – who was alleged to be storing large amounts of cash at her residence, brought over the border following NXIVM training sessions in Mexico.
While NXIVM describes itself as a self-help business that has helped thousands of people “reach their potential” through various courses, the women’s-only “inner sanctum” led by Raniere is known as ‘DOS’, which whistleblower Frank Parlato – a Buffalo-area businessman who worked for the cult, says stands for “dominus obsequious sororium” – Latin for “master over the slave women”. Once they are a member – or “slave” – they are allegedly encouraged to recruit new women into their “slave pods”, stop dating, and be on call 24 hours a day to their “master”.
NXIVM Funding and the Clinton connection
As Rolling Stone reported in November, “In 2010, Vanity Fair published “The Heiresses and the Cult,” a detailed account of Seagram heiresses Sara and Clare Bronfman’s immersion in NXIVM; the sisters reportedly gave up approximately $150 million of their trust fund to help fund the alleged cult.”
And in a 2007 article by the New York Post entitled “Hillary’s $30,000 fans are her “cult” following,” journalist Charles Hurt notes that Raniere was run out of Arkansas after Bill Clinton’s then-attorney general, Winston Bryant, charged the cult leader and two others with fraud and business deception.
While Raniere paid fines in both New York and Arkansas in the case, over a decade later NXIVM executives proceeded to donate $29,900 to Hillary Clinton’s presidential 2006 campaign – and at least three NXIVM officials are “invitation-only” members of the Clinton Global Initiative.
n March 14 and April 13, records show, more than a dozen contributions poured into Clinton’s coffers from NXIVM, an executive and group-awareness training organization led by Brooklyn-born Keith Raniere, 47.
Most were from first-time political donors, each giving the $2,300 maximum.
Three of the March and April Clinton pledges came from Raniere’s most high-profile followers: Seagram heiresses Clare and Sara Bronfman, and Pamela Cafritz, daughter of D.C. A-listers Buffy and Bill Cafritz.
Hillary isn’t the only Clinton NXIVM officials are attracted to.
At least three of them – group President Nancy Salzman and the Bronfman sisters – are members of Bill’s charitable organization, the Clinton Global Initiative. Membership is by invitation only and requires at least a $15,000 donation per person for one year. -New York Post
Prosecutors say Raniere was uncooperative when immigration officials arrested him in Mexico – while women he was staying with “chased the car in which the defendant was being transported in their own car at high speed.” – Read more here
Who Is Clare Bronfman? New Details On The Heiress And New Leader Of Sex Cult NXIVM
The leaders of the sex cult NXIVM are in jail but beverage heiress Clare Bronfman has taken over.
Who is Clare Bronfman? In one of the the strangest celebrity scandals in years, Smallville actress Allison Mack was arrested last month on charges of sex trafficking. Mack was accused of recruiting young women to become sex slaves to NXIVM founder Keith Raniere. The actress the and the self-help guru would allegedly recruit young women into their secret group, brand them with their initials and coerce or threaten them into unwanted sex. Mack and Raniere were both placed under house arrest in April for their suspected crimes.
Now the heiress to the Canadian liquor company Seagrams fortune, Clare Bronfman has reportedly taken over the cult. A devotee of Raniere, Bronfman has a long histry of supporting his actions and deflecting criticism of his odd organizations.- Source