From Kook Science
|Born||6 October 1889|
London, England, U.K.
|Died||14 August 1971 (81)|
Santa Monica, Los Angeles Co., California
Henry FitzGerald "Gerald" Heard (October 6, 1889 - August 14, 1971) was a British-born author and philosopher interested in consciousness, mysticism, and parapsychology.
- Heard, Gerald (1929), The Ascent of Humanity: An Essay on the Evolution of Civilization from Group Consciousness Through Individuality to Super-Consciousness, New York: Harcourt, Brace & Co.
- Heard, Gerald (1931), The Emergence of Man, London: Jonathan Cape
- Heard, Gerald (1937), The Third Morality, New York: William Morrow
- Heard, Gerald (1950), The Riddle of the Flying Saucers: Is Another World Watching?, London: Carroll & Nicholson — in which Heard proposes a strange hypothesis that UFOs might be piloted by Martian bees, that their mission relates to concerns over human nuclear testing potentially causing a chain reaction that would destroy the Sun, and that Earth bees would be best equipped to act as intermediaries with them.
- Zapato, Lyle (27 Jan. 2015), Of Bees And Men: The Riddle Of The Flying Saucers, zapatopi.net, https://zapatopi.net/blog/?post=201501270490.of_bees_and_men_the_riddle_of_the_flying_saucers, "Did super-intelligent Martian bees visit Earth in flying saucers to observe us and examine the stockpile of gold at Fort Knox, concerned that we were on the verge of destroying the Sun?"
Is Another World Watching?
- Blakeslee, Alton L. (11 Apr. 1951), "Bugs on Mars Would Be Quite Nosy If They Could; Fear Not, Earthmen, It Is All for Your Own Good!", Amarillo Daily News (Amarillo, TX): 1, https://www.newspapers.com/clip/111318075/bugs-on-mars-would-be-quite-nosy-if/
- Smith, Huston (24 Jun. 1951), "Theory That Visitors From Mars May Be Spying on Us", St. Louis Post-Dispatch (St. Louis, MO): 30, https://www.newspapers.com/clip/111317800/theory-that-visitors-from-mars-may-be/