The Hunger Games is heating up. It will open like cosmic clockwork on 3/23, when there will be a mega-stellium in the sign of Aries, with Sun, Moon, Mercury and Uranus within a ten-degree-orb. The Sun and Mercury will be separated by one degree, launching the Hunger Games like a flaming arrow into the collective mind. Aries is the warrior. There are no mistakes. In fact, the image above was released as a press photo for the film on the Sag Moon. Here we see Artemis personified in the guise of Katniss Everdeen, the film’s heroine.
I wrote about the generational programming via the outer planets in a previous post and talked about the Hunger Games at length. It will have the power, like mercury to quicken the already molten, adolescent transformation of young women in progress.
With the Hunger Games, we will witness a temporal ripple emanating outward from from the subterranean cult of Isis as personified by Madonna Rhianna and Gaga, high priestesses of death, pole dancing on the grave of the Piscean Age, to a future projection of our current world, now dead, where survival is the dominant theme. The new archetype is much more rugged, shedding the decaying feminine attributes that are a luxury in a semi-rural dystopian future. The arrival of Katniss Everdeen as Artemis is significant in that during the mid-twentieth century, the Babylonian illusionists conjured Aphrodite up and onto the silver screen with Marilyn Monroe. Monroe/Aphrodite was a significant departure from Ceres, the goddess of grain, the predominant and more traditional expression of women up to the 1950’s.
With Monroe, Mansfield, Bardot and Loren, Aphrodite was incarnate on a global level. They eventually gave way to the vamps of the underworld; Aphrodite as goth. Now get ready for Artemis.
It doesn’t take a Nostradamus to figure out that the Hunger Games are going to be big. Really big. And I’ll tell you why. While Twilight packed prodigious numbers of Millenial fannies in the seats, they were just that for the most part; millenials, Pluto in Scorp kids.
The Hunger Games has a much wider demographic to draw from, including fans of the Sci-Fi genre, post-world fiction and even conspiracy theorists. Its going to destroy box office records, especially during the opening weekend. It will open 111 days before XXX The London Olympics. I’m sure Ellis will factor this into the Mega-Spell.
Let the Hunger Games begin.