If this doesn’t start a conversation with you guys, I don’t know what will…
The Hunger Games story and its heroine are Luciferian. Here are the symbols I found myself. First take a look at the meaning behind Katniss’ name.
The arrow has a direct relation to the devil for many reasons.
In all circumstances take up the shield of faith, with which you can extinguish all the flaming darts [arrows] of the evil one;
The katniss is a plant, also known as “arrowhead.” And her father’s statement about finding herself and never starving is very similar to the words of Jesus as he spoke with the woman at the well, described living water that someone could drink in order to never thirst. The devil mimics God in an effort to appear as God.
You also have the mocking jay (phoenix) symbolism. I know you’re familiar with the phoenix, who dies by fire and is reborn from that fire. This is parthenogenesis – birth without fertilization (i.e. – virgin birth). Again, the devil mimics, and parthenogenesis is common in many ancient mythological stories of the gods, which are actually all allegories of the devil, but I won’t go into that now.
Notice the phoenix is falling. Also, read this…
Next the phoenix is behind Katniss but still falling. And the title is “Catching Fire,” signifying the new state of the phoenix. Also, God would be the enemy to “remember” from the perspective of the devil. Katniss is also pointing the arrow toward the viewer.
For the next film, we have Katniss superimposed over the newly born phoenix, symbolizing that she is becoming the phoenix. I found another version of this poster with the chilling words, “If we burn, you burn with us.”
Finally, Katniss has become the phoenix (mocking jay) and “savior” of Panem. The devil mimics. We also have the foreboding phrase, “Nothing can prepare you for the end,” which could, in other contexts, mean, “You have no hope of escape.”
This is just a taste. These films are loaded with symbolism. Archways, pillars, statues, costumes, weapons and traps, and white roses are a few significant symbols. Castor and Pollux, Plutarch, and other various Roman and Greek inspired names have significance as well.
The Hunger Games is just one of many modern films that retell the twisted, narcissistic story of the devil (from his perspective) just as ancient mythological Roman, Greek, Babylonian, Phrygian, Syrian, and Egyptian legends did.
For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the cosmic powers over this present darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly places.
And the great dragon was thrown down, that ancient serpent, who is called the devil and Satan, the deceiver of the WHOLE WORLD— he was thrown down to the earth, and his angels were thrown down with him.