UriI’ve spoken with Uri Geller in the past.  We wrote back and forth for a time.

I read his first book, and he “had me” until he described a “virtual” trip he took over hundreds (?) of miles

Anyway, he is the subject of another book that includes a facet of his life as a spy.   “The Secret Life of Uri Geller: CIA Masterspy?”

What do you think?  (Comments encouraged below.)

This is from my latest COAST TO COAST AM newsletter –

Joining George Knapp for the entire 4-hour on Sunday night, Uri Geller,  one of the world’s most celebrated and investigated paranormalists,  discussed how his proven powers led him to be given a succession of  highly classified espionage roles, known only at the highest levels of  the intelligence community. As early as five years old, he discovered he  had the ability to bend spoons in his hand, and could perform  telekinetic tricks like moving the clock ahead at school to get out  early. Geller, an Israeli, said he first met a Mossad agent around the  age of 12, and demonstrated his ESP and mind reading techniques, and  began doing work for them, eventually going on to meet such people as  Moshe Dayan and Golda Meir.

In the early 1970s, the esteemed parapsychological researcher, medical inventor and author, Dr. Andrija Puharich  conducted tests and experiments on Geller, who had been performing at  nightclubs in Tel Aviv. Under hypnosis, Geller revealed  information about extraterrestrial sources in nature, and there were  strange, unexplained metallic-sounding voices on Puharich’s tape  recording of the session. Around this time, Geller also came to the  Stanford Research Institute for secret CIA testing of his skills. As  described in this film excerpt,  scientists said that Geller was able to telepathically detect objects,  change the weight of a piece of metal, and accurately sketch drawings  that were hidden from his view.

On one of his missions, Geller said he had a secret meeting with  Ambassador Max Kampelman, and was tasked with telepathically bombarding  the mind of a Russian negotiator in Geneva so that he would sign a  nuclear arms reduction treaty. Geller also conducted two experiments on  the air– one involved fixing broken watches and time pieces, and  afterward, a number of people emailed in to say that their old time  pieces were suddenly working again. In his second experiment, he made a  drawing, and sent out a mental image of it to listeners, inviting them  to recreate it. People may email George Knapp a photo of their drawing, which will be compared to Geller’s, and the results will be announced next Sunday.



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