The Toobworld Dynamic supports the concept of reincarnation, even if I personally do not believe in it. There have been too many instances depicted in TV series over the years which can't be dismissed.
Sometimes the reincarnation includes the scientific as well as the religious, with exact DNA sequence match-ups (meaning that the same actor played both roles.) But most times, especially with the theoretical bonds, it's more something in the character which suggests the "born to rerun" claim.
Also, souls are universal; they are not bound to the world of Earth Prime-Time. A character born on some other planet could be reincarnated on the main Toobworld. (The Minbari believed this, that humans could be reborn as Minbari. But there was a different splainin to their misguided belief.)
So it is with several souls of long-departed characters from the continent of Westeros on the planet Mondas. Two of them I'm saving for the "Who's On First" marathon on New Year's Day 2014 - gotta feed the beast! But I can reveal the other one now.....
Arya Stark was thrust against her wishes into growing up faster than she should have; becoming a strong-willed, rebellious young girl during a time of great revolution in the Seven Kingdoms. (This all happened on Mondas long before the super computer known as Earth was completed by the Magratheans.)
By the 1960s, Earth time, the planet Mondas was long gone from the solar system, but the soul of Arya Stark transmigrated to Earth where it was eventually reborn in 1955 - as Sally Draper.
Sally also was strong-willed and rebellious during a time of great revolution. She was wise beyond her years and, like Arya, she had flawed parents who meant well but ultimately failed in being there for her when she needed them most.
That's my theory and I'm sticking with it.
- 'Game of Thrones'
- 'Mad Men'
- 'Babylon 5'
- 'Hitch-Hiker's Guide To The Galaxy'
- 'Doctor Who'