Sex Cult Founder, Alleged Followers Tied To Experimental Schools For Children Still Operating Internationally

A childhood education program created by convicted NXIVM sex cult leader Keith Raniere is still operating in France, Guatemala and the United Kingdom.

Raniere founded Rainbow Cultural Garden (RCG) in 2006, claiming it would teach children as young as 2 years old up to seven languages simultaneously.

Many of Raniere’s NXIVM adherents, including his alleged financier Sara Bronfman-Igtet, are deeply involved in the operations of the active RCG schools in France and the U.K.

The convicted leader of the notorious NXIVM sex cult concocted an experimental child development program that’s still operating internationally, a Daily Caller News Foundation investigation has found.

NXIVM is the Albany, New York-based “self-help” group that in 2017 was exposed of coercing numerous of its female members into becoming sex slaves branded with the initials of its leader, Keith Raniere. A federal jury in New York convicted Raniere in June on numerous charges, including sex trafficking and sexual exploitation of a child. Former “Smallville” actress Allison Mack pleaded guilty in April for the role she played in the sex slave ring.

In 2006, Raniere founded Rainbow Cultural Garden (RCG), which he called a “revolutionary child development program promoting children’s cultural, linguistic, emotional, physical and problem-solving potential.” The program claimed it could teach children as young as 2 years old up to seven languages simultaneously.

But cult expert Rick Alan Ross, who has studied NXIVM for more than 15 years, said RCG had nothing to do with teaching languages to children.