Blog: Nxivm's Super Kids Program vs. Scientology Applied Scholastics - 2018-04-18

From UmbraXenu
Jump to: navigation, search
F379.png Nxivm's Super Kids Program vs. Scientology Applied Scholastics April 18, 2018, John P. Capitalist, Reasoned.Life

Two weeks ago, we wrote about the similarities between Scientology and its founder and the group Nxivm, whose founder, Keith Raniere, had been arrested in Mexico and extradited to the US on charges of running a bizarre sex slavery ring, where the women in the group were branded in their lower abdomen with Raniere's initials.

Today, we follow up with another comparison, this time, focusing on the similarities between Nxivm's "Rainbow Cultural Garden" program, designed to teach kids seven different languages at the same time and the Scientology "study tech" program pushed into often unwitting schools by its Applied Scholastics front group.

We look at how the similarities may portend a common feature of well-established personal development cults, pressured to come up with ever greater "super powers," and ways to create second-generation members.