[quote=Genesis315]And in the image she is standing on the Aztec serpent moon-god. Also, the Miraculous Medal which she had struck has her standing on the snake.
Yes, there are other things that confirm this as well. The story of “Judith”, for example, from the Old Testament confirms that indeed it is Mary that crushes the head of Satan.
Judith is a “type” of Mary. In the story of Judith “holofernes” is a “type” of the antichrist (and by extension the devil). It is Judith who cuts of the head of holofernes (13:10).
After she does this the Israelites say to her "Blessed art thou O daughter, by the Lord most high, above all women upon earth. Blessed be the Lord who made heaven and earth, who hath directed thee to cutting off the head of the prince of our enemies. Because he hath so magnified thy name this day, that thy praise shall not depart from the mouth of men… for thou hast… prevented our ruin in the presence of our God" (Judith 13:23-25).
You probably noticed the similarities between what the Israelites said about Judith and what Elizabeth said about our Blessed Mother (Luke 1).
Then Judith responded by saying: “The God of Israel… hath cutt off the head… this night by my hand” (13:27).
That final verse actually describes it: It is Judith that carries out the “cutting off of the head”, but it is God who gives her the power to do so. So actually the hebrew word that is used is correct. For it is a neutral word which can refer to either “he” or “she”. The serpents head is crushed by “she” through the power of “he”: so they both play a part.
But why? The answer makes perfect sense. What was the sin of Lucifer? It was pride. If God crushed the head of the devil by himself, it would not crush his pride nearly as much as if a humble women crushed his head. Therefore, God used the instrumnent of this mere woman to “crush the head of the serpent” thus humiliating him to a greater degree.