I’m an ex KGB agent who was taught to seduce men – and I can show you how to get any man you want: My five top tips include a mind trick you should play on men
A former Russian spy who seduced foreign agents with her ‘pillow talk’ has founded a company that teaches women how to get any man they want.
Aliia Roza, 39, was born behind the Iron Curtain in Kazakhstan and spied for the Russian government shortly after the Soviet Union fell in 1991.
She said she was a “female James Bond” and became an expert in “the psychology of men” until she was able to obtain top secret information by attacking enemy agents.
No longer a spy, she launched her own private members club in July 2017, where she taught women how to get any man they wanted.
Aliia teaches its 2,000 members that it doesn’t matter what you look like: you can still get what you want from men, she claims.
She said the key is trust, but her more controversial lessons include pretending to know secrets about your date to make them paranoid.
Aliia Roza is an expert in charming the opposite sex. She spent years in the military to become a master manipulator
Born in the Soviet Union into a family consisting of several high-ranking generals, the now 36-year-old was expected to follow in their footsteps and sign up as a spy.
Aliia was coached in manipulation, seduction, persuasion and neuro-linguistic programming, including assignments to go undercover to entrap targets
She gives exclusive one-to-one talks to other women on how to change their behavior with sessions costing £200 an hour, with her latest business venture earning her up to £1.5 million a year.
Aliia’s private members club is ‘Super Lady’, where women gain access to exclusive red carpet events hosted by brands such as Versace and Chanel.
‘When I organize an event I invite them to fashion presentations or afternoon tea, I have access to celebrities and luxury fashion brands that are hard to get hold of.
“They come to meet each other, hang out, have a drink and really get exclusive access.”
Aliia, who lives in LA but lives a jet-setting lifestyle that regularly takes her to Europe, said: ‘When I was at school I was nerdy and bullied.
“I was the only Asian-looking person in a crowd of white people, and the kids bullied me.
‘They used to call me ugly because I had pimples. I was very insecure.
‘Both my mother and my father were part of the Soviet secret services, so I think it was natural for me to look into that as well.’
“KGB seduction techniques are not sustainable because they are too powerful; this knowledge can be fatal,” she says
Aliia, who has been married five times, said: ‘The worst thing you can do when trying to seduce someone is to focus on provocation, addiction or obsession’
‘They taught me everything about spying, walking, putting on make-up and, most importantly, how to understand the psychology of men.
‘It was like I was a female James Bond.
‘They created our charisma – our aura – and taught us the best techniques to seduce people.
‘I have since adapted all these techniques to my daily life.
‘Whether you’re overweight, short, whatever, it’s all about charisma.
‘The best thing you can do is stand in front of the mirror and look at yourself every day and discover five qualities about yourself that you like.
‘It doesn’t matter what it is, it could be a facial feature, or even your feet or hands.
“It’s like tricking your brain into thinking, ‘I’m a goddess.’
“Once you arouse a man’s natural desires, you can get any man you want.”
When she was 17, Aliia was approached by the FSB – formerly the KGB – to be trained in the dark arts of espionage, she claims.
Aliia says the secret to seducing men – whether a spy or a civilian – is trust, and this is the basis of her lessons in her new club.
“Just like they taught me in spy school, it all comes from your mood,” she said.
Married five times Aliia says women who want to attract men have to be ‘horny’ when they meet a man.
“It’s all about arousing a man’s animal desires,” she said.
Another tip from Aliia is that women should try to excite themselves before a date.
‘A woman must worship herself every day, and slowly their self-confidence becomes stronger.
“She will start to feel the eyes of other men.”
Aliia also says that women should never have sex with men on the first date if they really want a man.
“Sex is more appreciated when it is not immediately given to the man,” she said.
‘In recent years, men have also become less confident in approaching women, for fear of how they will be perceived’ – says Aliia
‘I once went to the beach myself and brought a large adjustable wrench, several men asked about it, we joked and then got to know each other’ – Aliia believes
“It’s like a limited edition. If you seduce the brain first, then sex is a great prize for a man and the greatest prize should never be given up on the first date.’
“It’s like Cinderella; the prince wouldn’t find her if she was there all the time. It’s all about building intrigue. Don’t be an open book.’
And the leftfield advice doesn’t stop there: Aliia also claims that “never give a direct answer” is another essential tip for leaving men beaten.
She added: “If a man asks you a direct question, a good answer is to say… why don’t you guess?”
“This increases your intrigue and keeps people guessing.”
And if that doesn’t work, Aliia has an even more controversial trick.
“You can say something like, ‘I heard something from your friends,’ but don’t tell them what it is,” she said.
‘Maybe it’s a bit mean, but you make up that you heard something and never say what it is.
‘It works every time, then the guy will think, ‘Oh my god, what happened, maybe she met my ex!’
“It’ll make his brain think about the woman even more.”
Aliia claims she has been following ‘the same program as Putin’, but says his attack on Ukraine is ‘inexcusable’.
“A few years ago, the Russian government contacted me again and said they had more missions for me,” she said.
“I said hell no, never.
‘I want to live a normal life and use my skills for good.’