Aristotle’s Masterpiece Completed In Two Parts, The First Containing the Secrets of Generation

Spice up Your Sex Life with This 300-Year-Old Sex Manual

Have you ever wondered what’s the secret to sex? Wonder no more, because a 300-year-old book detailing the “secrets of sex” during the Georgian era has been found, and it’s in shockingly good condition. Spice up your sex life this Valentine’s Day with tips, tricks, and insights into lovemaking like the 17th century Georgians did with Aristotle’s Masterpiece Completed In Two Parts, The First Containing the Secrets of Generation.

 

 

According to Jim Spencer, a book and manuscript valuer at Hansons Auctioneers, the sex manual’s first edition was released in 1684, though due to the content of the book, it was banned for about 250 years. 

 

Alongside the sex tips there’s information on human biology, witchcraft, astrology and “monstrous births”. So everything you’ve ever wanted to know, basically. The manuscript will be put up for auction on March 27th, and for the low low price of somewhere between £80 and £120, a copy could be yours! Mark your calendars.

 

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