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The "Lord of the Flies" symbolizes the devil. The legitimate meaning of the "lord of the flies" from The Bible, is Beelzebub, or the devil.

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Beelzebub is not the devil, he is one of the 7 princes of hell and he represents the sin of gluttony. His name translates into "Lord of the flies"
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