While I’d like to work with or write a book about Amber Heard, or do something really weird, like live with her, I think this blog post will be the last for a while… unless there are new developments!
Mera Adds to Amber America Anagram Mystery
Sometime around investigating Amber Heard’s Americanism for the last blog post; which included reference to her role as Mera in Aquaman, and introduced letterology as the exciting new sub-field of greenYgreyology; as she wore a great greenYgrey costume to its London premiere, I got to thinking about Mera being an anagram of Amber’s four letters she shares with America’s first four letters, which was the point of that last blog post.
By the way, soon after submitting that blog post I saw the news that Karl Lagerfeld had passed away, and I remembered him on fmpoetry.wordpress.com yesterday, along with a poem based on the anagram: indigo/I dingo.
So, if Amber noticed Mera sharing four letters with her, and being the first four letters of America, did they appeal to her because; I’ll use a little list to make it look professional!:
- Amber loves her name
- Amber loves her country
- Am-b-er has a b-complex – as it means her name doesn’t match Amer perfectly.
The third opens the wordplay door to mixing the dietary b-complex supplement (1 below) with a mental health condition (2 below).
- From a Bing search (disclaimer: no influencing/advertising involved), b-complex: ‘Referred to as vitamin B complex, the eight B vitamins — B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9, B12 — play an important role in keeping our bodies running like well-oiled machines. These essential nutrients help convert our food into fuel, allowing us to stay energized throughout the day.’
- From another Bing Search: psychoanalysis, noun, complex: ‘related group of repressed or partly repressed emotionally significant ideas which cause psychic conflict leading to abnormal mental states or behaviour.’