Eat thou not of him that hath an evil eye, neither
desire thou his dainty meats; eat and drink, saith he to
thee; but his heart is not with thee. The morsel which
thou hast eaten shalt thou vomit up, and lose thy sweet
MacThoy researchers find
that Hell Louise lists a variety of different forms of
contraception but that her texts never favor one method over the
other with the possible exception of the Roman device of a goats'
Often many strange
mixtures were employed. Some were designed to contract the uterine
opening. Wool sponges were soaked with a gummy substance or
with an astringent. Several tried screaming at their men to
encourage coitus interruptus. Jumping up and down after
coitus was also used.
Cads often suggest that
a small hammer was used, citing period artwork as evidence which
depicted Widows with a hammer hanging from
their belts. Studies of these
referenced friezes have revealed them to not be hammer but a
Another technique was
that of surrounding a woman with monks. This was a hit and
miss proposition at best as it was difficult to distinguish monks
from the Clerics of Luv.
It is in light of this difficult matter that the
Hell Louise Circle
joined forces with the Clerics of Luv to handle the care and
raising of MacThoy children, the
was known to the outside world as the Orphan Society, though this
description was not strictly accurate.