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Uri Geller says he will use his 'mind power' to stop a nuclear attack

August 4, 2022 | Comment icon 28 comments

Geller is certainly no stranger to making 'out there' claims. Image Credit: Twitter / Uri Geller
The Israeli spoon-bender is back in the news this week with another bizarre claim of his psychic prowess.
If there's one thing in life that's almost guaranteed, it's that Uri Geller will make another outrageous claim about how his psychic powers have influenced world events.

Back in 2021, for instance, he claimed that his own psychic intervention was responsible for releasing the cargo ship that had become stuck in the Suez Canal, while in 2019 he maintained that he had used his powers to manipulate the result of the UK General Election.

This time he's taking things one step further by claiming that his psychic powers will enable the creation of a "force field" that will defend the world against nuclear attack.
In a bizarre video, he told his followers to "just take five seconds out of your day to visualize a radiant, energetic force field - like a dazzling, golden shield in the sky" that would physically deflect any nuclear missiles that might be fired by Russia.

In an open letter to the Russian leader, he also implied that "greater forces" would intervene.

"As well as harnessing this immense energy of all our combined Mind Power there are also forces far, far greater than you can imagine that I am sure will intervene to prevent you from starting a nuclear war," he wrote.

"They are watching and waiting and they will STOP you."

Source: Mail Online | Comments (28)

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #19 Posted by acute 7 days ago
Nice swerve!
Comment icon #20 Posted by acute 7 days ago
Are they connected to the Triads?
Comment icon #21 Posted by qxcontinuum 6 days ago
Can he ever stay quiet? 
Comment icon #22 Posted by kingsway 6 days ago
some 1 shut him up hes stupid
Comment icon #23 Posted by Saru 6 days ago
How is Uri Geller not relevant to a site about unexplained mysteries ?
Comment icon #24 Posted by WolfHawk 5 days ago
If he is so great, why doesn't he use his powers for good? Like moving rainstorms from flooded areas to places that really need rain.
Comment icon #25 Posted by XenoFish 5 days ago
Because if a nuclear war doesn't break out he can take credit. If the storm doesn't move to where it's needed then he's accountable for his claim.
Comment icon #26 Posted by Nnicolette 5 days ago
Oh now i remember thank you! That is where i first heard of him. Declassified government remote viewing tests and subsequent tutorials. There is definitely more to him in that case. The cia wouldnt have invested in a program to train remote viewers using his guidelines for no reason. He was like thier archetype psychic and secret weapon. Now i see why he gets as much credit. Too bad the people parroting government rhetoric dont actually have faith in the CIA's competence and judgement 
Comment icon #27 Posted by Nnicolette 5 days ago
Better yet... If the government is so great, why don't they use thier powers for good? Like movimh rainstorms from flooded areas to places that really need rain. It's not like the technology hasnt been around for almost a century now. How did it turn into a conspiracy that the military modifies weather? It used to be common knowledge, before the transparency faded out of military technologies and the media. Here is an example of how  weather modification used to be a publicly known endeavor. In fact why not ask google? Who needs a psychic fo... [More]
Comment icon #28 Posted by Plunkenstein 4 days ago
He's probably gambling on the historical precedent of the apparent aliens messing with nuclear weapons, deactivating them, like at Malmstrom AFB (Montana) in '67. Hope he's right, or moreover, that we won't have to find out.

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