asmahan wrote:Was the sex act needed to open some kind of pathway between worlds?
And Diane sees a tulpa/herself when Coop goes inside to get a room. The hotel, car, and setting change when Coop leaves - they were driving a much older car before, the hotel is more modern and has two stories, and Coop is now in a populated town instead of out in the middle of nowhere. Were they in the past and then leaped into the future? Was it even Diane that left him the note or someone completely different?
Also, he is in "Odessa." The name interpretation is feminine/full of wrath, and he eats at Judy's. What's that all about?