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I Talk with the Spirits E-mail
Song Of Praise
Thursday, 09 February 2006 12:08
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I Talk with the Spirits 

after Rahsaan Roland Kirk


The hand of John Coltrane
seems never to have stopped
guiding his family, 
says Leonard Feather,
quoting Alice McLeod Coltrane
in the Los Angeles Times, July 25, 1982:

Just two or three years ago
there was a definite conver-
stion with him,
while I was in a meditative state,
on the subject of life
after death, & living

in the particular existence
that he's in. I noticed
that he did have an instrument 
it looked something
like a soprano, but much
longer

& larger & he was
quite absorbed
with looking at its structure.
I asked him, Do you think
about Earth life?  He said,
not much.  I said,

Do you consider
that you might prefer
living on Earth
as opposed to your life
in the afterlife?  & he said,
No,

I wouldn t prefer
living on Earth.  So I said,
Really? Not with all
the acceptance, the
recognition, the fame? 
His reply was, I prefer

the Spirit
life
to the way
life
is
on Earth 




Detroit
August 1982



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