The Russian Butterfly
Sex Secrets of the KGB
By K. B. Schaffer & A. Gavrilov
October, 1947 — 30 years after the formation of the Soviet Union — an ancient monastery was seized by the KGB and turned it into a super-secret facility in which the Soviet Union’s most beautiful young women were immersed in a three year curricula derived from ancient Russian mysticism and refined by the KGB’s top psychics, physicists, psychologists, biologists, gymnasts and bio-electric energy researchers — to become native at sexual tricks and skills that could pry secrets from any man.
For the next half century, the existence of the school — and its butterflies — stood as one of the Soviet Union’s most highly guarded secrets. Their remarkable story could not beeven breathed until after the 1991 collapse of the USSR and the dissolution of the KGB Section which contained the Butterfly unit.
In the heady days before Christmas, 1991, the first few butterflies spoke…. at first, girl-to-girl between friends. By New Year’s, their revelations had bestowed on Moscow a great surprise — young women all over the capital suddenly making love in fantastic new ways.
“The Russian Butterfly: Sex Secrets of the KGB” is based on the transcripts of A. V. Gavrilov, the Russian investigative journalist whom fate brought to become the confidante of the butterflies.
The text that follows begins with an in-depth description of the KGB’s Butterfly unit, and finally offers a taste of the Butterflies’ secrets — the chance to learn one so simple, so quick and so easy to learn and use, you may wonder how you ever lived — or loved — without it!