URI: A Journal of the Mystery of Uri Geller URI: A Journal of the Mystery of Uri Geller

URI: A Journal of the Mystery of Uri Geller

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“Uri: A journal of the mystery of Uri Geller” is a rollercoaster ride involving paranormal activity, extraterrestrials, the conflict between Israel and its neighbors, the nature of reality, and the future of our planet.


In late 1970 American physician and scientist Andrija Puharich, read a report written by an Israeli army officer about a young man in Israel named Uri Geller. The report described Geller’s telepathic powers and his ability to make clock hands move without touching the clock. Puharich was already interested in PSI phenomena and had conducted experiments in Brazil with the “psychic surgeon” Arigo until his death in a car crash in 1971.


This journal documents Puharich and Geller’s alleged contact with non-earthly beings who claimed to be from a civilization named "Hoova." It wasn’t Puharich’s first contact with non-human entities. In the 1950s he had spent time at the home of medium Eileen Garrett, which was frequented by other like-minded people such as writer Aldous Huxley. There he met Dr Vinod, a trance medium who was channeling a group known as The Nine – this group claimed to be the very same entities that were now communicating through Uri.


Puharich later took Uri to the Stanford Research Institute in the USA where his ESP abilities were tested by scientists with positive results. Those experiments were the advent of a psychic experimentation program funded by the CIA and other US defense agencies.




Health & Well-Being
25 September
White Crow Productions Ltd

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