The Hunger Games film begins with the history of the evolution of the games and how they came out of the uprising of the “13 Districts,” just before the 74th Hunger Games are to be played. It’s a clear tribute to the 13 Colonies and Independence Day on July 4, or 7/4, in the United States of America.
That means that when the film series begins, 73 Hunger Games had been played to date.
Hunger = 73
Making this all the more interesting is a number of things.
For starters, the author of the series, Suzanne Collins is from Newtown, CT on the 73rd Meridian West. Of course, that is where the Sandy Hook shooting happened, which was compared to the Dunblane Massacre of March 13, 1996, on the 73rd day of the leap year.
Dunblane = 73
Adam Lanza = 73
Keep in mind the film is about children killing children for the sake of government, and in the case of Sandy Hook, the story is children were killed, and no doubt for the business of government.
Speaking of government, the fourth film in The Hunger Games series, about a “Capitol Insurrection,” released on Joe Biden’s 73rd birthday, November 20, 2015. And keep in mind he became a Senator in 1973, emphasis on ’73.
In light of the “insurrection” of January 6, 2021 happening at the start of ’21, 73 is the 21st prime number. Plus, the man who plays the president in The Hunger Games, is ‘Donald’ Sutherland, not to be confused with ‘Donald’ Trump, the one blamed for the “insurrection” just before Biden became President on January 20, 2021.
As for the start of the film, Jennifer Lawrence has an August 15 birthday, the same day as the Jesuits.
73, 21st prime
Jesuit = 21
And notice the new film will release November 17, 2023, the 95th day of Jennifer Lawrence’s age. Of course, the Jesuits were created to counter the 95 Theses.
Counter Reformation = 95
November 17 is also the day in history that the first Congress of Washington D.C. was held.
1117, 187th prime number
11×17 = 187
Society of Jesus = 187
Washington D.C. = 187
Holy Roman Empire = 187
Unconquered Sun = 187