I took this picture on the North-Eastern slope of Mount Carmel, where Elijah killed off hundreds of false prophets. He has the flaming fiery sword of Gen 3,24. The blood-red flowers in the background, like so many drops of blood, are named after the drops of Judas’ own blood. I hesitate to put this picture up, since it seems that then I would be accused of assassinations of false prophets to the FBI! But, that’s O.K. I think they can figure it out.
But are these flowers in such a setting appropriate to give to the Immaculate Conception? Well, look at it this way. Along with her Son, she’s singled out as the warrior of warriors against Satan, when Satan is getting reprimanded in Genesis 3:15: “I will put enmity between you and the Woman.” Does that mean that she is without mercy, that her Son is without mercy? No. It means she is the greatest warrior against evil alongside her Son.