What a thrill Patrick , thank you . I enjoyed him mentioning The Traveling Wilburys , I loved both albums and George himself seemed so tickled and loved telling the story of how he , and Dylan , Tom Petty , Orbison and Jeff Lynn just luckily came together out of the blue one day unplanned and the group all fell into place so easily . George's family and friends said they felt the crazy guy that brutally attacked George and his wife in his home December 1999 contributed greatly to George's cancer metastasis and reaccurance , I wonder if George feels that's true? Is George aware of his fans when we listen to his music , does he feel our admiration and gratitude , individually or more as a distant group ? Will George comment on what music is like for him in heaven ? What was the most surprising thing he noticed after physical death and what was his happiest thrill right after he passed ? Were many of his past lives involving music ?
I have usually waited a few days or longer after suggestions for a topic for readers to submit questions, which almost never happens until AFTER the post is up. At that point, the interview runs a risk of never ending…. my human frailties (= guilt at overstaying my welcome) hold me back for celebrities & the well known. I'm human and see them as people also. I'll ask Mr. Harrison these questions, however no further on this topic folks, my apologies for disappointments.
Q1: George's family and friends said they felt the crazy guy that brutally attacked George and his wife in his home December 1999 contributed greatly to George's cancer metastasis and re-occurrence. I wonder if George feels that's true?
[George Harrison isn't here or yet, The Committee is answering]
C: Yes, but not greatly. It accelerated what would have come to pass if the attack did not happen.
Q2: Is George aware of his fans when we listen to his music, does he feel our admiration and gratitude, individually or more as a distant group?
[Mr. Harrison is still not back yet]
C: Yes, yes, yes and yes.
Q3: Will George comment on what music is like for him in heaven?
GH: It is the same as on Earth but no ears necessary. Instruments, microphones, electricity, vinyl records, turntables, loudspeakers and amplifiers are optional.
Q4: What was the most surprising thing he noticed after physical death.
GH: How easy it was.
Q5: What was his happiest thrill right after he passed?
GH: Seeing John.
Q6: Were many of his past lives involving music?
GH: Yes, a little but not to the extent of George Harrison and there are simultaneous incarnations in the future, on and along Earth's timeline, where I will be a musician again. That life is being influenced by The Beatles. Talents and abilities can, but do not necessarily build from incarnation to incarnation, and in my case, the musical ones do not. Because all lives on Earth and in the dense physical form are simultaneous, the idea a past life activity or talent would lead to the same in a subsequent life would shunt or just close off many other options and alternatives, and I'd be a guitar player somewhat, in every life.
Thank you thank you thank you Patrick ! I suspected you might say -questions closed - that's why I quickly obnoxiiusly asked . Pretty sneaky huh ? But I do understand after you've dedicated your time and energy contacting someone your not going to keep saying Oh Wait Here's another question Mr. Harrison ......
Crickey! 'Guv! Read that in a bleedin' moment, I did!
...and I want more, I do! ;}
Thank you! I am still smiling over his reference to The Traveling Wilburys! Loved that band as much as I did The Fab Four! Gosh--Some days, my cup overfloweth with gratitude!
Was Harrison a disciple of Swami Prabhupada, and a devotee of Krisha Consciousness? I'd like to know what his perspective is on the Vedic teachings and whether they can take us to heaven! I believe that he experienced self-realization, is that correct? What does he think of the Hindu spiritual practice that he personally found to be so compelling, now that he is on the other side?
Aww, that was lovely. thanks George :-) Love "The Beatles" John Lennon was always my favourite. Love George as well :-) although I do have to say I love the other George more (that's George Michael) Well, I am an 80's music gal at heart :-)
Thanks for that, Pat. ). It was nice knowing everythings ok with him...
I wonder if George shares my view that a 1971 Beatles album would have been the greatest of all time?