Mike Myers reprised his role as Dr Evil on the 4/4 episode of the Jimmy Fallon Show, playing a White House staffer fired by Trump. On this very same evening, Vern Troyer (who played Mini Me) was hospitalized for a ‘reported poisoning’ and placed under involuntary psychiatric care. Quite the coincidence, wouldn’t you say? Now as you may know, Canadian actor Mike Myers is a diehard Toronto Maple Leafs fan, and two of his films feature references to a Leafs Stanley Cup – one subtle & one quite explicit. The alphanumeric coding behind the predictive programming is in full force, as we’ll see, and this recent reminder may serve as a genuine Tell.
Austin Powers in Goldmember (7/26/02) has a scene with a newscast and a scrolling ticker that reads “Maple Leafs win the Stanley Cup.” That’s the subtle reference. Myers’ film, The Love Guru (6/20/08) – which he wrote, produced, and starred in – has the entire plot based around the Toronto Maple Leafs, with the Guru character helping the Leafs’ star player overcome his depression to win the Stanley Cup – which he does. I haven’t watched it yet but it’s hilarious that the film was considered so god-awful that it single-handedly ended Myers entire career. And now he’s suddenly Dr Evil again on the day that Mini Me is poisoned, one week before the NHL Playoffs.
Goldmember opened exactly 30,800 days after the Leafs first ever Stanley Cup (in 1918) and, confirming the code, exactly 308 weeks before The Love Guru hit theatres. Maple Leafs Stanley Cup =308 (in Kabbalah). Dr Evil =38. Troyer =38. Love Guru =38. The Leafs =38.
Goldmember =44/444 also opened exactly 4400 weeks after the first ever Leafs Cup, which is another crazy perfect count – especially when we see what it synchs with: Maple Leafs =440. Austin Powers The Spy Who Shagged Me =440. Mike Myers =440. Austin =440. International Man of Mystery =404. The Toronto Maple Leafs =404.
- The first Austin Powers filmed opened on 5/2/97, incidentally the 30th anniversary of the Leafs’ last Stanley Cup win in 1967 – exactly 360 months, full circle. The film even starts in 1967 with the titular character cryogenically frozen for the same 30 years.
Austin Powers I opened 5 years 2 months 25 days before Goldmember (1911 days) and 20 years 5 months 2 days before this NHL season began. Myers was born on 5/25 and 205 weeks 2 days before the Leaf’s last Cup on 5/2. This year’s playoffs began 52,000 days after the birth of the Theosophical Society, 10,052 days after German Reunification, and 1 year 5 months 2 days after Trump’s election. The Stanley Cup =52. The Love Guru =52 features Myers as Guru Pitka =52 aka Guru Maurice Pitka =252. Maurice Pitka =252.
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me opened 771 days after International Man of Mystery which opened 7710 days before the potential Game 7 of this year’s Stanley Cup Final. Mike Myers =177. Maple Leafs Stanley Cup =77. Guru Maurice Pitka =77. The coach of The Winnipeg Jets =77 just happens to be Paul Maurice =177. And on the day Jets won Game 2 the Allied Forces launched missile strikes on Syria over bullshit claims, fighter jet propaganda like their team logo.
We also see that Vern Troyer turns 18,001 days old (a very familiar sequence) today on 4/14, Game 2 of the Leafs-Bruins series, the first home game for Toronto where they hope to come back after the 5-1 loss last game, like the 51 years since their last Cup… What else do you see?