The Times Diary.
The frightening truth society dares not admit
Mind you, if the reviews of Brian’s present book are predictable, the reviews of his second volume have, in a sense, already been written. For in that, when he gets down to it, he will be discussing – indeed, it will inevitably form a large part of the work – the phenomenon of Uri Geller, and the most interesting thing about him is the terror-filled rage that he inspired among people who could not bear the thought that he might be genuine. And thereby hangs a tale, for there were scientists who tested his achievements in strict laboratory conditions, came to the conclusion that they were genuine, and then refused to publish their findings. Fear of the truth in the universe is one thing; fear of one’s own truth is even more remarkable. Brian Inglis’s book is powerful Dutch courage for the conquering of that fear; I look forward with relish to its reception at the hands of those who still find their nerve not strong enough.
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