Uri Geller: What the CIA Studies Reveal About Mossad’s Secret Weapon
A 1973 CIA study found that Geller ‘demonstrated his paranormal perceptual ability in a convincing and unambiguous manner’ but critics aren’t so convinced
Illusionist Uri Geller said his first paid job was running errands for Mossad on his bike when he was 13. His father was an Israeli Army sergeant major and he grew up in Tel Aviv and Cyprus surrounded by spies.
His mother ran a Cyprus hotel that doubled as a safe house for the Israeli intelligence service: “Mossad spies used to stay there and paid me £1 ($1.20) to deliver any post that came for them when they were not around.”
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“Uri Geller gave an absolutely resonating talk on his life and career. He had every single magician in the room on the edge of their seats trying to digest as much information as they could. Uri emphasized that the path to frame is through uniqueness and charisma and that professional entertainers must be creative in their pursuits of success and never shy away from publicity.”
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“The man is a natural magician. He does everything with great care, meticulous misdirection and flawless instinct. The nails are real, the keys are really borrowed, the envelopes are actually sealed, there are no stooges, there are no secret radio devices and there are no props from the magic catalogues.”
James Randi (In an open letter to Abracadabra Magazine)
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“Eternity is down the hall And you sit there bending spoons In your mind, in your mind”
“I Have watched Uri Geller… I have seen that so I am a believer. It was my house key and the only way I would be able to use it is get a hammer and beat it out back flat again.”
“Better than watching Geller bending silver spoons, better than witnessing new born nebulae’s in bloom”