OK, I've read a lot of articles on Closed Timelike Curves, and they all say confusing things. Take this part off of Wikipedia for example: Orbits around high-density objects with extreme gravitational forces are an example of such a closed loop. An object in such an orbit would repeatedly return to the same point in spacetime if it stays in free fall. And which point in spacetime would that be? I'm starting to get the feeling that going on a Closed Timelike Curve would not send you to a requested time. That's what I'm confused about. What point in spacetime would the object go to? Would it go to multiple points?