Genesis 3:15 And I will put enmity Between you and the woman, And between your seed and her seed; He shall bruise you on the head, And you shall bruise him on the heel." One time Saint Teresa of Avila's father was going on a retreat and he wrote to Teresa and said he was thinking of taking hell as a source of reflection for his retreat. Teresa wrote back and advised him not to as she thought thinking about hell for a few days would be too negative that he should think and pray about something positive. Of course this great saint was right. However I have often thought of the relationship, the very curious relationship between Satan and Our Blessed Lady, which we see so much of in Catholic art, culture and in scripture itself. For instance in painting and sculptures of the Immaculate Conception: Oh well off to work!! Its such a beautiful day here it makes the heart laugh, what a gift. I wonder if the weather in heaven will be like this? I hope so! I'll write next about an American priest who performed many, many exorcisms and had a great devotion to Our Lady and how she helped him out.