Ouspensky’s Repetition Compulsion

David Arthur Walters

Parallel Universes Parallel Universes

OUSPENSKY’S REPETITION COMPULSION

FROM INTERCOURSE ON GROUNDHOG DAYS

BY DAVID ARTHUR WALTERS AND MELINA COSTELLO

September 11, 2004

Dear Madame Melina,

You have asked the classic question in refutation of the Doctrine of Eternal Recurrence: “Let’s say my father, who was born in 1925, dies in 1992. He is once again born in the Midwest to Italian immigrants in the same house, on the same street, with the same siblings, yadayada. At some point along the time line, he meets my mom and I am conceived, which would then posit another “me” in the world of form (?) whilst the “me” who is writing this message yet lives. Now there are two Melinas living in flesh and blood bodies in a three dimensional quantum of space. That could not be unless, of course, we’re talking about parallel realities. There’s no contingency in the argument for this apparent conundrum.”

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