(JTA) — Uri Geller, an Israel-born celebrity who claims to have paranormal telepathic powers, convinced CIA researchers in the 1970s that he indeed possessed such abilities. Famed for his spoon-bending skills, Geller underwent a week of experiments at the Stanford Research Institute in 1973, according to a report Thursday on Sky News based on 800,000…
Now that Pokemon is everywhere in the United States, stories are resurfacing about accusations of anti-semitism. Over the game’s history, both Uri Geller and the Anti-Defamation League have weighed in.
Faced with ongoing rocket fire, Israel’s military has done the only truly reasonable thing it could do: It hired spoon-bending psychic Uri Geller to save citizens from doom.
Celebrity psychic Uri Geller is the beaming new face of Israeli disaster-readiness, starring in army-sponsored TV and Internet advertisements on how to take shelter from missile attacks or earthquakes.
The Israeli magician and psychic Uri Geller worked as a CIA spy, according to a new documentary.