My recent research that I'd like to share with you:
In my library I have a book called "The New Jerusalem Bible" which is actually the Septuagint which is the bible before the books were 'chosen' by Rabbi's and made into the bible in which we know it today. In the book of Tobit, there is a story in chaper 6 that is extrememly interesting to me. This story tells how a young man was told by an angel to take the gall, heart and liver of a fish to chase demons away from a woman who just could not keep a husband. She had married seven times and each bridegroom died in the bridal room. The gall was used for an eye ointment to heal bad eyes. In Chapter 8, Tobias does as he is told, he burned the liver and heart, the smoke aggravated the demon, and the demon fled back to Egypt. Isn't that something how it went to Egypt? Tobias blessed the Lord as he was told. They married, his sight was restored and, well, I should say now that they lived happily ever after. I hope that you can see the pdf that I just made. Here is a jpg but it may be too small. Please see the .pdf if you can. It's bigger.