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There are some similarities here to the well known accounts of trauma based mind control.

Quote:Last March, five women gathered in a home near here to enter a secret sisterhood they were told was created to empower women.

To gain admission, they were required to give their recruiter — or “master,” as she was called — naked photographs or other compromising material and were warned that such “collateral” might be publicly released if the group’s existence were disclosed.

The women, in their 30s and 40s, belonged to a self-help organization called Nxivm, which is based in Albany and has chapters across the country, Canada and Mexico.

Sarah Edmondson, one of the participants, said she had been told she would get a small tattoo as part of the initiation. But she was not prepared for what came next.

Each woman was told to undress and lie on a massage table, while three others restrained her legs and shoulders. According to one of them, their “master,” a top Nxivm official named Lauren Salzman, instructed them to say: “Master, please brand me, it would be an honor.”

A female doctor proceeded to use a cauterizing device to sear a two-inch-square symbol below each woman’s hip, a procedure that took 20 to 30 minutes. For hours, muffled screams and the smell of burning tissue filled the room.

“I wept the whole time,” Ms. Edmondson recalled. “I disassociated out of my body.”

Since the late 1990s, an estimated 16,000 people have enrolled in courses offered by Nxivm (pronounced Nex-e-um), which it says are designed to bring about greater self-fulfillment by eliminating psychological and emotional barriers. Most participants take some workshops, like the group’s “Executive Success Programs,” and resume their lives. But other people have become drawn more deeply into Nxivm, giving up careers, friends and families to become followers of its leader, Keith Raniere, who is known within the group as “Vanguard.”
State medical regulators also declined to act on a complaint filed against another Nxivm-affilated physician, Brandon Porter. Dr. Porter, as part of an “experiment,” showed women graphically violent film clips while a brain-wave machine and video camera recorded their reactions, according to two women who took part.

The women said they were not warned that some of the clips were violent, including footage of four women being murdered and dismembered.

“Please look into this ASAP,” a former Nxivm member, Jennifer Kobelt, stated in her complaint. “This man needs to be stopped.”

In September, regulators told Ms. Kobelt they concluded that the allegations against Dr. Porter did not meet the agency’s definition of “medical misconduct,” their letter shows.



The proposition seemed like a test of trust. After Ms. Edmondson wrote a letter detailing past indiscretions, Ms. Salzman told her about the secret sorority.

She said it had been formed as a force for good, one that could grow into a network that could influence events like elections.



“No one goes in looking to have their personality stripped away,” he said. “You just don’t realize what is happening.”

more:  https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/17/nyreg...d=63626917
https://frankreport.com/2017/10/18/ny-ti...in-mexico/

Clare Bronfman and Sara Bronfman hired me as a publicist in 2007 to get the truth out about Keith Raniere.

After 10 long years, the last six in a brutal fight with all three of them, I was finally able to get the truth out about Keith and his two financiers, Clare and Sara.

The New York Times has published Inside a Secretive Group Where Women Are Branded.

Credit goes to Catherine Oxenberg, Sarah Edmondson, Mark Vicente, Bonnie Piesse, Jennifer Kobelt, Anthony Ames, Soukaina Mehdaoui and others who put themselves at risk and retaliation by speaking on the record to The New York Times.

Up until today, there was no other public source for the branding and blackmail scheme of Keith Raniere and his women’s group called Dominant Over Submissive (DOS), other than the Frank Report.

I am pleased that The New York Times took the trouble to vet and publish the story of the inhuman practices of Keith Raniere. I predict there will be many more stories to follow, both in the Times and elsewhere.
cults what are they good for absolutely nothing.

"hummed along the lines of war what is it good for "
aw curses i got the whole smallville series on dvd, now if i rewatch it ill have it in the back of my mind
Thanks for bringing attention to this.
This also sounds like something else.
There was,back in the 6's and 70's,a series of sci fi fantasy novels based on a fictional planet. On this planet,women were kept as slaves,though there were many women who weren't.
With the advent of the internet,this fantasy world went online with many chat sites devoted to it. It got so bad,that other fantasy roleplays were taken over by it. PITA Eyeroll
They call/ed themselves Goreans but they weren't really secret. Idk if the books are still in print or not.
Slaves were branded in the books,in chat and in some unfortunate cases, offline. I heard a few of the horror stories.
BTW,the author of the books,John Norman, has been known to say he wrote them as a direct result of the feminist movement.
Weird people.
Well, I, for one am glad to see this back in the news, and it looks like maybe ... just maybe ... this time something will be done to bust thing apart.

I am only semi-hopeful, though. Remember, this is in Albany, NY's capital. There is much darkness to deal with in such a location. That's all I can say.
(10-18-2017, 10:18 AM)zyx Wrote: [ -> ]cults what are they good for absolutely nothing.

"hummed along the lines of war what is it good for "

They are good as a profit center for those who are morally bankrupt.