Only God could have invented Gerald Heard

"It's unusual enough for a practicing mystic, who is clearly in touch with God, to have even minimal rhetorical skills. That he should be spellbinding would be asking way too much. But when he is also Irish, and a science commentator for the BBC, and goes on picnics with Greta Garbo and is the unmistakable model for fictional characters in novels by Aldous Huxley and Christopher Isherwood, you begin to see that only God could have invented Gerald Heard."
Peter Shneidre, Hollywood, CA, Aug. 2007