I don't quite know what to make of Oz Fritz's posts about bardo training and surviving death -- I certainly don't know enough about what he's talking about to offer an informed opinion -- but his posts certainly are a wild ride, and they offer the opportunity to learn about music, too.
Two new posts: One in which jazz legend Ornette Coleman tells our hero, "You won't believe this, nobody does ... what I am trying to do with my music is conquer death." Robert Anton Wilson also is cited in the post, which is dedicated to Levon Helm.
The follow-up post reiterates Oz Fritz's main points and then goes into a discussion of Harry Nilsson and a dramatic anecdote about the death of Oz Fritz's father.
Both posts are really interesting.