Maybe you’re right.
Probably not. No one will know until we behold the Beatific Vision.
My reasoning is that if Mary knew and understood all that would happen, how could she have Faith?
I don’t know. All that comes to mind is: Adam and Eve were sinless, they knew God, they even walked with God, yet they didn’t have enough Faith in God not to “eat of fruit of the Tree of Knowledge”.
They didn’t have the Faith to surrender completely to God.
And according to Tradition, God revealed His Divine Plan to Lucifer and all the angels, yet he didn’t have Faith; didn’t want to obey and took 1/3 of the angels with him.
So how did She have Faith? I don’t know but apparently She did.
She knew She was going to conceive; that the Holy Spirit would “overshadow” her, but how? If She knew Our Blessed Lord would rise from the dead, She didn’t know the “how” of it.
Many things are known only to God.
Maybe the “particulars” required Faith.
I don’t know. Like I said; it’s just something I take into consideration.
One can get an enormous headache trying to overanalyze and/or figure out the Mysteries of God. And I have the empty Aleve bottles to prove it.
God Bless, Dominic!