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Secrets of Speed Seduction, Home Study

Course Book and Workbook:

How To Create An Instantaneous Sexual

Attraction in Any Woman You Meet!!!

COPYRIGHT 1994, Ross Jeffries.

All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in

any form or any means without written permission from the


Published in the USA.

For more information or free catalog, contact:

Ross Jeffries

6245 Bristol Parkway, Suite 275

Culver City, CA 90230


Neither the author, nor the publisher of this book take any

responsibility for the use or misuse of the information it

presents. The reader is warned that this material presents

extremely powerful technology, to be used at the readers own

risk. This book is presented for information and entertainment

purposes only.

Be warned, therefore, that this book neither asserts the

legality of any of the methods it describes, and the author

unequivocally disclaims any responsibility for damages resulting

from the use of any of the techniques or the consequences of

implementing any contained herein.

"Give me five minutes to talk away my face, and I'll bed the

Queen of France." ... Voltaire

"I come to you with only words,

Looks and money I have none,

But should desire require it,

My words will bear me out!" ... Speed Seducer's Creed



One of the toughest realities we have to face as men is, that

for the most of us, getting laid is a form of gambling, and the

game is strongly rigged against us.

Think back to the last time you had a date. C'mon ... it wasn't

that long ago, was it?

Didn't you find yourself, either before or during the evening,

wondering things like, "When should I make my move? Am I going

to get some tonight? Will I get lucky?".

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