Bitter Pill: Demonic Deception; the big lie from the pit of hell
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HLI welcomes Mrs. Jenn Giroux as our Spirit and Life guest writer this week. She is a dynamic mom of nine, a registered nurse and former Executive Director of One More Soul. She has been fighting birth control and the contraceptive mentality all her life and is therefore perfectly suited for HLI's mission!

The Dawn of Demonic Deception
By Jenn Giroux

To commemorate the 50th anniversary of "The Pill" the Wall Street Journal ran a lengthy and misleading article ("The Birth Control Riddle" April 20, 2009) by Melinda Beck, calling the arrival of The Birth Control Pill the "dawn of dependable contraception" which "ignited the sexual revolution, ended the post-war baby boom and helped millions of women enter the work force." Ms Beck then proceeds to lament all of the "unplanned pregnancies" which still occur today before detailing for us how safe it is now to use new and improved birth control methods.

Marshall McLuhan, the late, great expert on the media, who converted to Catholicism before he died said, "The major media are engaged in a Luciferian conspiracy against the truth." How true! Ms Beck's column is a prime example of this conspiracy, including such blatant lies and misrepresentations as:
"the benefits outweigh the risks" when taking "The Pill"
"...the longer a woman uses the pill, the lower her risk of ovarian and endometrial cancer", and
"...the pill does not seem to increase the risk of getting [breast cancer]".
Beck then goes on to reassure the readers with sources such as the Guttmacher Institute (Planned Parenthood's own research arm) and a quote from Planned Parenthood's VP of Medical Affairs who explains away the damaging side effects by saying, "We have to keep these things in perspective. A woman's risk for problems is substantially higher during pregnancy."

"The Pill" and the widespread use of other contraceptives in reality ushered in the 'Dawn of Demonic Deception' in America. One needs only to review some of the bitter fruits of "The Pill" to appreciate why.

A Mayo Clinic study said that women who use hormonal contraceptives for a minimum of 4 years prior to their first full term pregnancy have a 52% higher risk of developing breast cancer
Women who use a hormonal contraceptive for more then 5 yrs are 4 times more likely to develop cervical cancer
Prior to the sexual revolution and "The Pill" there were known to be 5 sexually transmitted diseases: Today there are more than 30.
There are over 50 medical studies which indicate that use of oral contraceptives and Depo-Provera place women at higher risk for almost all known risk factors of HIV.

As we look around today, we see how accurately Pope Paul IV predicted what would follow if contraception were adopted on a wide scale: a general lowering of moral standards, an increase in infidelity, ever-greater objectification of women, and the use of contraception as a weapon. Smaller and more broken families, rampant homosexuality, pornography, and China's coercive one-child policy are just some of the sad and obvious reminders of Pope Paul's wisdom in reaffirming the Church's perennial teaching against contraception in Humanae vitae.

Exposing the lies of contraception is, indeed, the great moral challenge of our day. It is not only a battle for life, it is a battle for souls.

When asked recently by a major publication to name her greatest regret, Martha Stewart replied, "Not having a dozen offspring." This neatly summarizes the widespread "post-contraceptive regret" that weighs heavily on the hearts and souls of women who bought into the lies of the abortion industry. Even Catholic families have since the 1960's dropped from 5.5 to 2.1 children today, increasingly rejecting the joys and challenges of larger families for the lesser goods of greater material comfort, "freedom," and professional accomplishment.

The 1920's-era story (ironically, the same time that Margaret Sanger was beginning her efforts to legalize contraception and abortion in America) comes to mind of the small boy who was peering out a window at dusk as a man came along to light the gas street lights.

His mother asked, "What are you looking at?"

As if explaining the obvious, the boy replied, "I am watching a man poke holes in the darkness."

Today as confirmed Catholics this is all that God is asking of us - to stand in bold witness and poke holes in the spiritual darkness that surrounds us. Encountering the demonic deceptions forwarded by Ms. Beck and others who ignore the devastation wrought by contraception, we must answer with the light of truth.

Our daily faithfulness to God's perfect plan for sexuality and marriage through the rosary and sacraments is the only way to reclaim the culture and our nation. Only by using these gifts can we help bring about a countercultural comeback of chastity and the family.


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(04-23-2010, 05:25 PM)Magdalene Wrote: "...the longer a woman uses the pill, the lower her risk of ovarian and endometrial cancer

Is that true?
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(04-23-2010, 05:33 PM)INPEFESS Wrote:
(04-23-2010, 05:25 PM)Magdalene Wrote: "...the longer a woman uses the pill, the lower her risk of ovarian and endometrial cancer

Is that true?
I believe it is
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(04-23-2010, 05:56 PM)sueb Wrote:
(04-23-2010, 05:33 PM)INPEFESS Wrote:
(04-23-2010, 05:25 PM)Magdalene Wrote: "...the longer a woman uses the pill, the lower her risk of ovarian and endometrial cancer

Is that true?
I believe it is

Is it possible that the constituents of the pill that produce this cancer-fighting effect can be separated from the pill itself (so as not to frustrate conception)?
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Well, sure, ovarian cancer is lessened. But that messes with her hormones so much I highly doubt, especially from the complications I've seen in people I know that I highly doubt that it is a healthy practice in most cases. And it is obviously sinful.

And, I kid you not, very few of you will believe me when I say this, but when a woman is on the pill they.....smell very different. I cannot explain it, but the smell is actually quite irritating.

Also, for the love of decency, do not wear heavy perfume with a ton of alcohol in it.
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(04-23-2010, 06:11 PM)WanderingPenitent Wrote: Well, sure, ovarian cancer is lessened. But that messes with her hormones so much I highly doubt, especially from the complications I've seen in people I know that I highly doubt that it is a healthy practice in most cases. And it is obviously sinful.

And, I kid you not, very few of you will believe me when I say this, but when a woman is on the pill they.....smell very different. I cannot explain it, but the smell is actually quite irritating.

Also, for the love of decency, do not wear heavy perfume with a ton of alcohol in it.

Okay, I'm wondering how you know this... Is this smell evident without close physical contact?
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(04-23-2010, 05:33 PM)INPEFESS Wrote:
(04-23-2010, 05:25 PM)Magdalene Wrote: "...the longer a woman uses the pill, the lower her risk of ovarian and endometrial cancer

Is that true?

The truth is that if a woman goes for long periods of time without ovulating, her risk of ovarian cancer (I don't know about endometrial cancer) is lessened. So it is also beneficial from this standpoint for a woman to get pregnant a number of times and to breastfeed her children for an extended period of time.

It makes perfect sense that a woman on the Pill would smell different. Perhaps some of you have also read the study that shows that men smell different to a woman who is on the Pill? That is to say, the ones who smelled unattractive to her when in her natural state start to smell attractive.
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(04-23-2010, 06:13 PM)INPEFESS Wrote:
(04-23-2010, 06:11 PM)WanderingPenitent Wrote: Well, sure, ovarian cancer is lessened. But that messes with her hormones so much I highly doubt, especially from the complications I've seen in people I know that I highly doubt that it is a healthy practice in most cases. And it is obviously sinful.

And, I kid you not, very few of you will believe me when I say this, but when a woman is on the pill they.....smell very different. I cannot explain it, but the smell is actually quite irritating.

Also, for the love of decency, do not wear heavy perfume with a ton of alcohol in it.

Okay, I'm wondering how you know this... Is this smell evident without close physical contact?

Not necessarily. Everyone can smell people but they don't know they're doing it. You learn from being close to a family member, being separated them from a long time, and then being close to them again that they have a distinct smell. I happen to notice these smells more than most people, particular on hot, non-windy days.

When a friend of mine who lived in my dorm hall noticed that I had a really keen sense of smell, he decided to bring in freshly cooked food and let the smell flow from his door down the hall, knowing the smell would distract me. He also realized I had a keen sense of hearing so he jingled his keys everywhere he went, which also distracted me. In his own words: "Strengths are just weaknesses waiting to be exploited."
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The p aslo makes them crazy. And when they stop ot they get even more crazy. I have a scar on my back frpom an ex who was on the pill and lost her head.
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(04-23-2010, 06:48 PM)devotedknuckles Wrote: The p aslo makes them crazy. And when they stop ot they get even more crazy. I have a scar on my back frpom an ex who was on the pill and lost her head.

Haha! Of course you do.
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