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The Reincarnation Cases of David O. Selznick | Ben Stiller and
Alfred Hitchcock | Oren Moverman
Article by: Walter Semkiw, MD
In 2010, I placed an advertisement for IISIS in the Hollywood Reporter ‘s philanthropy issue to stimulate donations to fund translation of key independently derived reincarnation cases into multiple languages. Since these cases show that a soul can change religion, nationality and ethnic affiliation from one incarnation to another, evidence of reincarnation can help create a more peaceful world. To do so, though, these cases have to be made available to people of diverse cultures.
The IISIS website page, Principles of Reincarnation, with the 21 independently researched reincarnation cases that are cited, form the template for translation efforts.
Ben Stiller’s Biopic on David O. Selznick
With the placement of the ad, I was given a complimentary subscription to the Hollywood Reporter. In the November 4, 2011 issue I was struck by an article on Ben Stiller, who was described as "an astute, driven filmmaker,” which is very different from his public, comic persona. My curiosity was further piqued by the following line:
“Two of his favorite future films have show business at their heart, each centered on a larger-than-life character whose moral ambivalence intrigues Stiller and whose drive is perhaps something he relates to. One is about David O. Selznick, the obsessive producer of Gone with the Wind.” (1)
I then read a different article in which it was stated that Stiller very much wants to be involved in the production of this movie and is even considering playing the lead role of Selznick.
There is a category of reincarnation cases that I term “affinity cases,” in which an individual is attracted to their own past life persona. One example involves the reincarnation case of Dorothy Dandridge | Halle Barry and two others involve the reincarnations of Laurel and Hardy. In this light, I wondered if Stiller might be the reincarnation of Selznick.
I noted that the shape of Ben Stiller’s face is similar to that of Selznick, though Selznick was much heavier in weight then is Stiller. The reincarnation case of Oliver Hardy | Danny Bacher demonstrates how facial architecture can remain the same from lifetime to lifetime, though appearance can vary due to body weight. As with Stiller, Danny is not nearly as heavy as Ollie was.
In a session with Kevin Ryerson, I asked about this proposed match and Ahtun Re affirmed that Ben Stiller is the reincarnation of David O. Selznick. I then became excited about trying to find members of Selznick’s soul group reincarnated around Stiller. For example, it was Selznick who brought Alfred Hitchcock from England, introduced him to American audiences and made him one of the most famous directors in the world.
Oren Moverman as the Reincarnation of Alfred Hitchcock
In investigating possible soul group connections, I started with the movie that is being planned about Selznick. I learned that the screenplay was written by Pulitzer Prizewinning playwright Donald Margulies. Further, I read that an Israeli filmmaker, Oren Moverman, had rewritten Margulies’ screenplay and was being considered to direct the movie on Selznick.
I noted that Moverman bears a strong resemblance to Alfred Hitchcock, with the variation that Hitchcock was extremely overweight and Moverman is not. Like Hitchcock, Moverman started as a journalist and then moved into screenwriting and movie direction. In the session with Kevin Ryerson, Ahtun Re verified my hypothesis that Oren Moverman is the reincarnation of Alfred Hitchcock.
If these reincarnation cases are accepted, they demonstrates the following features:
Innate Talent: Similar talents are demonstrated in these reincarnation cases from lifetime to lifetime.
Renewal of Relationships through Reincarnation: If these cases are accepted, then a collaboration from an earlier era has been renewed in contemporary times
Change in Nationality from One Incarnation to Another: Alfred Hitchcock was born in England, while Oren Moverman was born in Israel.
Split Incarnation: The lifetimes of Alfred Hitchcock and Oren Moverman overlap by about 16 years.
Do you have knowledge of the subjects of this reincarnation case? If so, write an essay on the similarities and differences of the people involved for posting on the IISIS website. Send your essay for consideration to Walter Semkiw, MD at: email@example.com
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Footnote: The Hollywood Reporter, November 4, 2011, page 46-47.