Psychic and spoon bender Uri Geller is never one to let a good UFO or aliens or any big news story go by without somehow injecting himself into it. So it should come as no surprise that it only took a few days for Geller to comment in his usual bloviating manner on the big House Intelligence, Counterterrorism, Counterintelligence, and Counterproliferation Subcommittee hearing on “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena” in Washington this week. Geller wasn‘t invited – no surprise there – but he believes he should have been … if not physically, at least in the data discussed. Why?
“I know the US government does have material. I wish the US government would just come out and admit it.”
The “material” Geller is referring to is pieces of UFOs that are not of Earth origin. He expressed his outrage to the Daily Star about the comments of Deputy Director of US Naval Intelligence Scott Bray, one of the two Pentagon officials presenting the data at the hearing, especially when Bray stated unequivocally that he hadn’t seen anything that wasn’t “of terrestrial origin.” If Bray was a spoon, Geller sounds like he would have bent him on the spot.
“Either it was just an unfortunate choice of words or they are still covering this stuff up. It has made me angry.”
When Uri gets angry, he gets involved. You may remember in 2019 when organized a mass telepathic push to force then British Prime Minister Theresa May to block Brexit. In January 2021, Geller claimed he lead another telepathic push which freed the Ever Given cargo ship that had blocked the Suez Canal and world trade for six days. However, it’s in the realm of UFOs and aliens where Geller has been spending most of his psychic time recently. When the Pentagon released its long-awaited UFO report in 2021, with nine pages being made public and the rest going to Congress, Geller alluded to things he knew for a fact that weren’t in the report.
“I touched it and told Wernher, ‘this is not from our planet’. He said, ‘You’re right – this is a piece of a UFO that crashed on Earth’. I cannot reveal any more about what I saw in that refrigerator. I have signed non-disclosure documents. But I can tell you that we are in contact.’’
Geller was referring to an incident in 1974 when his abilities were tested by the CIA in hopes he could provide a remote viewing or telekinesis service for them. Geller claimed last year he was taken to a place where pieces of an extraterrestrial ship were stored. He reiterated that claim this week as part of his frustration with the Pentagon UFO hearing.
“I was shown a piece and asked to hold it and describe what I felt. It was metallic, smooth, pearl-like, with rainbow reflective ‘skin’. When I held it I sensed vibrations. It felt like it was breathing… as if it was alive.”
Geller is convinced he saw and held a piece of an extraterrestrial spaceship and believes that aliens exist. In response to COVID, he said earlier this year that they are coming to cure our diseases. But he’s also claimed that they are already here, although he also said there are other superior beings on a planet 4,000 light years away that sent us a signal that they are on their way. How does Geller have such knowledge? He has alluded to possibly receiving his ‘powers’ from aliens, and once claimed under hypnosis he was himself an alien sent to Earth in a spaceship.
Should we dismiss these latest claims by Uri Geller as an old spoon bender trying for 15 more minutes of fame? Or should we treat him as one of so many others claiming to be UFO witnesses, alien abductees and the like who are frustrated that these government UFO investigations are ignoring them and the evidence they have either provided or seen?
If only Uri Geller had some sort of power to influence the Pentagon to open the doors to the secret vaults full of UFO pieces and dead aliens.