Guest View By Shadow State 1958
I hope to explain what the NXIVM harem was and what it has become over time.
When NXIVM’s harem first started, it was designed to serve the perverted fetishes of the cult’s Vanguard, Keith Raniere. Over time Raniere’s libido subsided and the initial harem keeper Pam Cafritz grew ill and passed away from cancer.
Former actress, Allison Mack took over the management of the harem and changes were made. Changes not for the better.
NXIVM’s slave component received a formal name “DOS,” Dominant Over Submissive, or the Vow.
Then the ritual of branding slaves was introduced. A ritual that is used by inner city pimps, not suburban women.
Oddly enough, the DOS leader, Allison Mack, may not have been branded. And I would wager that if this is true than her wife, Nicki Clyne, also is not branded.
The formal collection of blackmail was started with pictures, videos and confessions used to control the slaves. These changes converted a voluntary group of women into a stable of slaves. Allison Mack was the slave master.
But, as slave master, Allison Mack seems to have availed herself of the privilege of all masters and may have compelled her female slaves to have sex with her. A harem that started out as a vehicle for pleasing the perversions of Keith Raniere became a means of pleasing the perversions of Allison Mack.
In the branding ritual, the initiates would scream in pain because no anesthetics were used. Instead of telling the branding Doctor, Danielle Roberts to stop the procedure, the sadistic Mack urged Roberts on with burning the women’s flesh.
Mack seems to have received pleasure from controlling these women and inflicting pain and torture on them. This is the mark of a sadist. A woman who derives pleasure hurting others.
Reportedly, Ms. Mack used her control over her slaves to compel these women to sexually service her. Slaves were not likely allowed to say “no” to the demands of Mistress Ally.
As the head of a harem of many women, Mack could have her pick of concubines to fulfill her carnal desires. Allison Mack was living the dream of every lesbian gym teacher.
There is even an uncorroborated report that Allison Mack molested an eight year old girl who was practicing gymnastics.
[Transcript of interview with neighbor who claims Allison Mack molested 8 year old girl
07/03/transcript-from- neighbor-who-claims-allison- mack-molested-8-year-old-girl/]
Allison Mack is quite open in espousing the philosophy of the notorious French Sadist, the Marquis de Sade, posting a quote and picture from the man whom sadism got its name from.
The quote is: “Your body is the church where nature asks to be reverenced.” If you look in the lower left hand corner Ms. Mack has copyrighted the de Sade quote and the accompanying picture.
Is it any wonder that Allison Mack would find the torture and enslavement of women to be proper?
Ms. Mack also posts the philosophy of the late actress Katherine Hepburn, widely rumored to be lesbian. “If you obey all the rules you miss all the fun.”
Ms. Mack did not hesitate to disobey the rules. That’s why she now stands under indictment. How much fun did Ms. Mack enjoy while branding her female slaves?
This set of circumstances may explain the case of Jane Doe #1 in the initial indictment. Allison Mack ordered Jane Doe in Clifton Park to be forced to obey Raniere who in turn ordered Jane Doe to receive oral sex from an unknown person while blindfolded.
During the process, Raniere walked around giving instructions. Who was performing oral sex on the blindfolded Jane Doe? Was it Allison Mack?
Was Raniere, whose specialty was cunnilingus, giving pointers to Ms. Mack on how to orally please a female slave?
This case may also explains the overwhelming hatred of Kristen Kreuk in the comments. Kreuk strikes me as an innocent woman who has been smeared as a child molester by people wishing to divert attention away from Allison Mack’s crimes and perversions.
As a sadistic lesbian, Ms. Mack has a large following among the Greenwich Village crowd which is tolerant of such lifestyles. Ms. Mack may even be a lesbian icon among the lavender crowd. Would some of these people stop at nothing to defend their icon?
It does not surprise me that the day after bisexual Clare Bronfman visits Clifton Park, we see a concerted effort to resurrect the image of Allison Mack as a “good girl.”