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THE SEAGRAM FORTUNE AND THE SMALLVILLE SEX CULT


Recently it has emerged that a group of Hollywood actors are in a sex cult. Allison Mack - who starred on Smallville - has been charged with sex trafficking as part of being part of an evil Sex Cult called NXIVM. Mack told recruits that they were joining a female mentorship group, and then would take compromising pictures of them and force them into becoming the possession of the Sex Cult's leader. Keith Raniere created the sex cult, which was known as 'Dominus Obsequious Sororium,' which means 'Master Over the Slave Women.'

Now it's coming out that Clare Bronfman, heiress to the Seagram's fortune, committed numerous crimes while funding the NXIVM sex cult. In the early 200s, Clare Bronfman had gotten her father who owns Seagrams to "donate" $65 million of his liquor fortune to the cult''s leader, Keith Raniere — money that Raniere promptly lost in the commodities market.



Last fall, Nxivm (pronounced Nex-e-um) started to unravel after The New York Times reported that women who were part of a secret sorority within the group were branded with a symbol that contained Mr. Raniere’s initials. Attention around Nxivm was stoked by the involvement of various rich offspring and minor celebrities, including the “Smallville” actress Allison Mack. In March, Mr. Raniere was charged in federal court with coercing women into having sex with him by threatening to reveal damaging personal secrets they had disclosed in order to join the sorority.

Prosecutors in Brooklyn said at the time that other Nxivm members were likely to be indicted too — and on July 24, Ms. Bronfman, 39, was among several executives charged with conspiracy and criminal racketeering. Her transit from heiress to criminal defendant, interviews and court filings suggest, appears to be the story of a child of privilege who fell under the spell of a beguiling manipulator who offered power, a sense of purpose and the possibility of love. The ferocity with which she embraced Mr. Raniere and Nxivm makes her case even more singular.



Ms. Bronfman, who never attended college, served in recent years as Mr. Raniere’s legal Torquemada, financing and aggressively pursuing long-running lawsuits against Nxvim’s enemies, both real and perceived. She filed criminal complaints against defectors from the group; used lawyers to threaten its critics; and allegedly hired an investigative firm in Canada as part of an ill-fated plan to hack into the bank records of American judges and politicians, according to interviews, court filings and previously published accounts. Many of those who spoke did so anonymously because of privacy concerns, or because prosecutors had asked them not to discuss the case publicly.

In the indictment, Ms. Bronfman is accused of identity theft in order to access other people’s computers; of money laundering to abet the entry of an alien into the United States; and of improperly paying off the credit card of Mr. Raniere’s dead girlfriend, so that he could continue to use it after her death.

Ms. Bronfman’s arrest was astonishing in part because of the Bronfman family’s standing in New York business and philanthropic circles. Her father was a major benefactor of Jewish organizations, and several of the five children from his first marriage have had high-profile careers. A son, Edgar Bronfman Jr., once served as chief executive of Warner Music.

It was Sara Bronfman who introduced her sister to Nxivm in the early 2000s. The group, which was based in Albany, N.Y., offered its members workshops that it said were designed to help participants achieve greater self-fulfillment by removing emotional and psychological roadblocks.

At the time, the Bronfman sisters, who were then in their early 20s, were opposites in both appearance and personality. Sara was blond, outgoing and likable, and appeared to be seeking a direction in life. Clare, who is extremely thin and has a narrow face and brown hair, struck Nxivm members as dour and socially awkward. She also already had a passion. As a teenager, she had become an equestrian, going on to compete in international events and open a farm to train horses.

At first, Clare Bronfman appeared to have little interest in joining Nxivm. But several meetings with Mr. Raniere turned her into a believer. She also apparently fell in love with Mr. Raniere, who had sexual relationships with many Nxivm women, several former members said. Starting in the late 1990s, approximately 16,000 people took his courses, and some were drawn deeply into the group, giving up careers and past ties to become followers of Mr. Raniere, who was referred to as “Vanguard.”

In the early 2000s, Edgar Bronfman Sr. also took some Nxivm training courses. In the mid-2000s, Edgar Bronfman Jr., while he was head of Warner Music, also apparently once came to Albany at the request of his sisters to help judge a Nxivm-sponsored a cappella singing contest, said several people familiar with his visit. Both the Bronfman's are illuminati dickless Jews. They are both mental retards who lucked into their fortunes (alcohol sells itself.)



For more than a decade, the Bronfman sisters used their substantial fortunes to underwrite Nxivm in a variety of ways. To raise Mr. Raniere’s profile, they arranged for the Dalai Lama to visit Albany. The group made use of a private jet they provided to ferry celebrities it was courting as recruits. Clare Bronfman also bought an island in Fiji that Mr. Raniere and other Nxivm officials used as a retreat.

Sara Bronfman eventually married and had children, and her involvement in the group diminished. But Clare Bronfman’s singular focus stayed on Mr. Raniere and Nxivm. Along with financing the organization, she started two nonprofit organizations to promulgate its ideas.

One of them, the Ethical Science Foundation, conducted a study to see if Nxivm’s training techniques could be used to treat people with Tourette’s syndrome, a disorder marked by involuntary tics or verbal outbursts. A Nxivm-affiliated doctor associated with that study also carried out a bizarre experiment in which female followers of Mr. Raniere were shown films containing scenes of extreme violence while their facial expressions were videotaped.

About a month before Ms. Bronfman’s arrest, a lawyer for Mr. Raniere unsuccessfully tried to convince a federal judge overseeing the Nxivm case to free him from prison by offering a $10 million bail package. The individual offering to finance Mr. Raniere’s bail package was not identified in court filings, but a person involved in his case said he believed that it was Ms. Bronfman.

Soon enough, the heiress herself was in court. After Ms. Bronfman was arrested in July, her own bail was set at $100 million. During a hearing in a Brooklyn courtroom, she sat on a wooden bench, looking bewildered and frightened while she held the hands of her mother and her sister’s husband.

These sex cults - Scientology and NXIVM - are just offshoots of the illuminati Satanic cult. The Bronfmans have always been part of the illuminati Sex Cult. Clare and Sara got wrapped up in NXIVM because they had already grown up in sex cults with Edgar Jr and Sr.