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Title: Seth and Three Identical Strangers
Post by: Deb on July 15, 2018, 09:19:27 AM
Mary Dillman brought this documentary to my attention this morning via a Facebook post. It's about triplet boys who were adopted out at birth to three different families (1961). They appear to be part of a secret two decade long "social experiment" undertaken by Freudian psychologist Peter Neubauer and his associates.

The movie is interesting on its own (I haven't seen it yet, but read about it in the article below). There are many similarities in the boys' lives and habits despite being raised in different families, and due to certain circumstances they managed to find each other despite NO ONE having any idea that they had siblings.

What adds to the story for me is that Seth talked about them in Session 13 in The Magical Approach (09/24/80).

Title: Re: Seth and Three Identical Strangers
Post by: Deb on July 16, 2018, 09:59:25 AM
Here are some quotes about twins and the triplets in the documentary:

"As a change of environment affects twins, Twin A becoming something different again through a given environment from Twin B in another environment, so twins born in different times also develop different portions of a basic personality pattern."

—TPS1 Session 375 (Deleted) October 26, 1967

"Twins, incidentally, almost always involve very deep, abiding psychic relationships of a strong, sometimes obsessive nature. I am speaking now of identical twins."

—SS Chapter 12: Session 551, September 30, 1970

"On the front page of the paper was a rather long story, with photographs, telling how triplets were united by “chance” last weekend in New York City — a case we hadn’t heard of in the media before now. I’d forgotten to describe my idea for a novel to Jane, but the article immediately reminded me to do so. There were similarities in the story that reminded me of my own experience. The first two of the brothers were reunited through a friend (instead of a mother, say) who noticed the resemblance between them. Turns out the three were given up for adoption at birth, and although they knew they were adopted, they didn’t know they belonged to what actually had been a quadruplet group. (A fourth brother had died at birth.) Their unknowing would match my own dreamlike idea of the two young men living in the Elmira area but not knowing of each other."

—TMA Session Thirteen: September 24, 1980

 "The events themselves discussed in the newspaper article point up the same kind of magical affiliations. The c-e-l-l-s (spelled) of the young men in question were always in communication, and all of those elements needed to bring about such a reunion took place at that magical level of activity. Consciously, intellectually, the boys had no idea they were triplets. You live personally in a world of lush creative ideas. Your intellect is aware of that. (Pause.) It is used to working creatively. The focused intellect can indeed activate the intuitive abilities — and the healing abilities. You get what you concentrate upon."

—TMA Session Thirteen: September 24, 1980

"The same occurs, of course, in all areas of human behavior, as well as in the behavior of animals and even of plants. This future shadowing the present, or future illuminating the present, represents a vital element in the formation of events as they are perceived in time. In a fashion the triplets were reacting in their past to a future event that has now caught up with them, so that each of their actions in any moment of that past happened as a result of a tension — a creative tension — between the event of their original separation and the event of their future reunion."

—TMA Session Thirteen: September 24, 1980