In lord of the flies who says again and again that there isn't a beast?
Piggy. This is one of the reasons why he is so logical and intelligent. He thought rationally and came to the conclusion that the "Beastie" didn't exist.
According to jack how is the beast able to deceive the boys and be harder to recognize in lord of the flies?
It is the pig's head cut off by jack, transformed from a loving pig to a creepy horror. The flies were buzzing around the head, making the pigs head the Lord of the Flies. In other interpretations, Jack is considered to be the Lord of the Flies. The beast is also thought to be the Lord of the Flies.
The Lord of the Flies symbolizes the beast inside all of us. Simon might have been called a loony but he was the only one who found out who knew that the beast wasn't a real breathing creature but the beast inside all of us (lord of the flies). When Simon had the talk with the pig's head it might have been confusing but the pig wasn't talking it was his imagination.
The book "Lord of the Flies" is largely about how the conflicts on the island are only intensified by the controversy over whether or not the "beast" exists. The specific "Lord of the Flies" is the sow's (pig's) head which has been impaled by a stick that was stuck into the ground. The blood has attracted flies to the severed head. The "Lord of the Flies" tells Simon that the beast is not something physical…
In Chapter 8, Simon discovers the "real" beast is a pig (sow) head on a stick, which is the Lord of the Flies... the lord of the flies also claims that the boys created the beast and everyone of the boys is a beast in himself.... In Chapter 9, the so called beast Samneric saw in earlier chapters and the same so called beast on top of the mountain that Roger, Ralph, and Jack saw…