Uri Geller claims that an alien 'mass landing' is imminent
By T.K. Randall
January 28, 2022 · 58 comments
Geller is no stranger to 'out there' claims. Image Credit: CC BY 2.0 Mark Pilkington
The spoon-bender-in-chief believes that a recently discovered neutron star is actually evidence of aliens.
Scientists this week had revealed the discovery of a mysterious object situated 4,000 light years out in space that was producing a set of anomalous signals which stopped after just three months.
They eventually concluded that this was a new class of neutron star known as an "ultra-long period magnetar", however Israeli spoon-bender Uri Geller isn't convinced by this explanation.
Known for his 'out there' claims and predictions, Geller instead maintains that the signals that were detected were in fact "alien chatter" indicative of an imminent invasion.
"A team mapping radio waves in the universe has discovered something unusual that releases a giant burst of energy three times an hour and it's unlike anything astronomers have seen before," he wrote.
"No doubt in my mind that this is connected to alien intelligence way way superior than ours."
"Start deciphering their messages! They are preparing us for a mass landing soon!"
Exactly why he would believe that signals detected 4,000 light years away would be an indication of an impending invasion of the Earth, however, remains a complete mystery.
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