From the Last Temptation of Christ
The young girl is a form that "satan" chose. No one would suspect that little girl is the master of temptation.
This thread is about reincarnation and co-incarnation. The latter deserves some explanation. It is predicated on the MWI interpretation of quantum mechanics developed by Hugh Everett. It suggests that there are "parallel" universe, though parallel is a misnomer because in all likelihood, these "universes" crisscross each other all the time like a highly convoluted network of train tracks one is free to switch between.
Co-incarnation is about one self incarnated across multiple "universes." Imagine that our universe is a train and adjacent to us is another train but a few feet behind ours, both going at the same speed. In this special parallel universe, it is just like ours but set a few moments in the past. So if we try to get to the past, we'll be jumping onto the next train which is like ours in every detail except a little bit behind.
But for all intents and purposes, it is traveling to the past.
If we are dead on the present's train but alive on another train, then that effect perfectly mimics re-incarnation.
Co-incarnation is more general than re-incarnation.For all the prophets and the law have prophesied until John. And if you are willing to receive it, he is Elijah who was to come. (Matt. 11:13-14)
In the above passage, Jesus clearly identifies John the Baptist as the reincarnation of Elijah the prophet. Later in Matthew's gospel Jesus reiterates it.And the disciples asked him, saying, "Why then do the scribes say that Elijah must come first?"
But he answered them and said, "Elijah indeed is to come and will restore all things. But I say to you that Elijah has come already, and they did not know him, but did to him whatever they wished. So also shall the Son of Man suffer at their hand."
Then the disciples understood that he had spoken of John the Baptist." (Matt. 17:10-13)Reincarnation and the Bible
I found some sites that may be of interest.Reincarnation and the early Christians
Skip to The Apocalypse of Paul, andThe Apocalypse of Paul -- The Nag Hammadi Library