What do Meghan Markle and Seth Green Have in Common? A Pajiba Investigation, Saturday Edition
Friends the wait is over and we can finally breathe easy, we know the name: Oz. Repeat, the treasure hunting black lab’s name is Oz. Wow, what a whirlwind of emotions since we first got word of Oz’s existence. Let’s recap shall we?
Meghan Markle, and her husband, a man named Henry Charles Albert David (who is a Virgo) adopted a dog to help with their newest venture, what we speculated at the time to be treasure hunting.
Boy, did we have that wrong.
It’s a rare, rare day when one of our thoroughly researched speculations proves to be inaccurate. We didn’t have all of the pieces of information before the call was made, and for that I am deeply ambivalent, Pajiba community.
We thought too small. Now that the name has been released, we know the true scope of what we’re dealing with. To call Oz a treasure hunting dog does a true disservice to his real purpose. A purpose much larger than we ever could have imagined, and one that goes back decades. I’ll explain.
Obviously, the initial testing ground for Oz would be treasure hunting in the Cotswolds, but rather than that being the end game it was just the beginning. It’s all there in the name. Oz, a multi-layer message to a secret community of Hollywood insiders who have banded together with a singular purpose: to find the lost treasure of Atlantis, which they believe to be in Australia.
To understand how this is the only obvious conclusion for why the dog was named Oz, you need a bit of backstory.
Of all the accepted possible locations for Atlantis, the south west portion of the Indian Ocean does not generally come up in conversation amongst Atlantis scholars upon the various message boards in which we tend to congregate. The Week, which is reported to have “factual reporting” aka not fake news by MediaBiasFactCheck.com listed the most accepted locations tend to be Spain, Cyprus, Greece, and “Off the coast of Africa.” Australia, commonly called Oz, is noticeably missing from that life.
Look, we all know that the media and Hollywood have waged a war secretly for years regarding Atlantis with each side wanting to be the ones that discover it and its bounty of untold riches. The media frequently plants articles such as above, which purposefully misdirect the public as to where Atlantis could be. The only neutral dog in this fight, is of course, People.com, which is a Continental of sorts.
That’s why they were one of the first to know the dog’s name and publicize it to the world, and also why they generally stay mum on Atlantis in general.
So what does this have to do with anything? Seth Green is the key. For an extremely long time, Green has been believed to be leading the Hollywood charge to find Atlantis. He’s been leaving breadcrumbs for us to follow for years.
The same year he began portraying a character named Oz (hmm, sound familiar?) on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, a movie poster for Quest for Camelot is prominently displayed during a fight between Buffy and Angel, seemingly for no reason at all.
…No reason? Ha! Quest for Camelot is about one young woman’s search for the famed (and lost) sword of Excalibur…displayed in a scene where a young woman fights a mythical creature (vampire). It’s almost as if the message is: Ladies, the things you’re told aren’t real, are. Wake up, and go find them!
Perhaps Meghan Markle did take notice and the seeds were planted there and then. Surely as a member of Suits she would have come into contact with more Atlantis-searching members of the Hollywood elite, and knew what it would take to get their attention and join their ranks? (Hold on to that thought.)
Finally, 10 years ago, Green publicly stated that he climbed the Sydney Opera House, because he likes to climb things. What’s more likely? That he simply had the urge to climb a world landmark, or that he needed a better, higher view from the Sydney Harbor to see if he could discern where Atlantis sunk to the bottom of the ocean?
What does this have to do with Oz, the dog? We already established that Meghan and Harry are trying to find their place in the world. You know what would solidify it? If they, and their dog which has been trained to find treasure, officially discover the ruins of Atlantis.
By naming the dog Oz, they’re signaling to Seth Green, and the rest of the Hollywood elite who have tried in vain to find Atlantis that they are prepared to join them in their quest and solve the mystery once and for all. I, for one, look forward to their results.
This has been a Pajiba Investigation, Saturday Edition.
Image sources (in order of posting): Getty, 20th Century Fox Television
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