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ISBN:
0903895455
Author:
Uri Geller
Language:
English
Publisher:
HarperCollins Distribution Services (September 30, 1975)
Pages:
304 pages
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Rating:
4.1
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Uri Geller gave an absolutely resonating talk on his life and career "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.

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. Better than watching Geller bending silver spoons, better than witnessing new born nebulae's in bloom" Incubus.

Uri Geller is just amazing. I believe in everything he does. Not particularly good. I learned more about Uri Geller from Andrija Puharich book about Uri, than his own autobiography. Don't get this book, get Puharich book about Uri. Also typical Uri no real discussion about his split with Puharich. Everything is very superficial,don't offend anyone, don't volunteer any information.

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Uri Geller, Jaffa, Israel. Mystifier and probably the most investigated paranormalist

Uri Geller, Jaffa, Israel. Mystifier and probably the most investigated paranormalist  . Spoon-bending celebrity psychic Uri Geller, 73, has applied for a job in the Br. .

URI GELLER: MY STORY goes beyond anything written elsewhere about this extraordinary man. It tells of Uri's experiments with distinguished scientists - tests that verify beyond doubt the existence of his powers. It describes the series of broadcasts in Europe-when psychic energies were transferred from Uri to viewers in their own homes.

Uri Geller (/ˈʊri ˈɡɛlər/; Hebrew: אורי גלר‎; born 20 December 1946) is an Israeli-British illusionist, magician, television personality, and self-proclaimed psychic

Uri Geller (/ˈʊri ˈɡɛlər/; Hebrew: אורי גלר‎; born 20 December 1946) is an Israeli-British illusionist, magician, television personality, and self-proclaimed psychic. He is known for his trademark television performances of spoon bending and other illusions. Geller uses conjuring tricks to simulate the effects of psychokinesis and telepathy. Geller's career as an entertainer has spanned more than four decades, with television shows and appearances in many countries.

Uri Geller beim Löffelbiegen (1974) SRF Archiv - Продолжительность: 8:13 SRF Archiv Recommended for yo. Michael Jackson, Uri Geller and David Blaine visit the Houses of Parliament - Продолжительность: 3:01 iconic Recommended for you. 3:01.

Uri Geller beim Löffelbiegen (1974) SRF Archiv - Продолжительность: 8:13 SRF Archiv Recommended for you. 8:13.

Uri Gellers autobiography is a story that staggers the mind. PROFESSOR J. G. TAYLOR Ihave tested Uri Geller in my laboratory at Kings College LondonUniversity with specially designed apparatus. The Geller Effect-ofmetal bending-is clearly not brought about by fraud.

My Story
  • Mohn
Uri Geller is just amazing. I believe in everything he does. He is not a quack as some try to say. Even the late talk show host Johnny Carson (who was a wanna-be magician) was jealous of Uri and tried to discredit him every chance he got. I too have experienced psychic dreams that always come true within one to four weeks, so I believe in people with psychic abilities. It's just an innate talent. Some people have it and some don't.

Many failed magicians who are also envious of Geller's success have tried to disprove his spoon-bending capabilities. Yet, as the book says, there are hundreds of people, worldwide (including skeptical Germans), who are convinced of Uri's amazing abilities. I strongly recommend this book, especially to folks with psychic abilities.
  • MrDog
Not particularly good. I learned more about Uri Geller from Andrija Puharich book about Uri, than his own autobiography. I had hoped to hear his side of the story but he is not very eager to share, most likely for his own protection. Don't get this book, get Puharich book about Uri.
Also typical Uri no real discussion about his split with Puharich. Everything is very superficial ,don't offend anyone, don't volunteer any information.
It is good for information about his upbrining and his friends but very little is ever said about the precipitating event and the ongoing experiences. A paragraph and it's over. Some pictures of Ufos so there is that to support the alien claim but no real info from URI.
I would not buy this book. Written to make money or for PR purposes.
  • Haracetys
This book would have been fascinating if I hadn t read the book "Uri" by A. Puharich first. This book seems a bit superficial compared, but is still very interesting as Uri Geller recounts his own experiences and perceptions, a great read, but read this first then the Puharich book!
  • Na
Here’s a little experiment you can conduct and you don't even need to be associated with a fancy think tank such as SRI. Buy this book, it’s only one cent on amazon, and hand it to any fan of Uri Geller. In all likelihood the Geller fan will recoil in horror. On some level most of them realize that Geller is a fraud and they don’t want to confront reality. And who can blame them? No one wants to admit that they’ve been duped.

But what of those brave enough to read this historic volume? They’re in for a wild ride. Geller claims his remarkable "powers" are the result of him finding favor with a super advanced alien civilization. How does he know all this to be true? Simple, his space alien friends leave him messages on his Sony tape recorder to keep him apprised of all the latest goings on and galactic gossip. Can we listen to these extraterrestrial messages? I’m afraid not. After Uri listens to them once the tape self-destructs. Didn’t we see this on Mission Impossible? However all is not lost. Uri paraphrases the messages for us. But why do super advanced space aliens sound like stoned hippies from the 1970’s? Do you remember the space hippies from the original Star Trek series? If so you have a pretty good idea of the level of discourse.

But what, there's more! We’re now told that Uri is in fact a supper spy for the CIA and that his cover is that he’s a washed-up fake! That’s right, James Randy and others detractors are being paid by the CIA to discredit Uri. That way the bad guys won’t realize what a threat Uri presents to their evil doing. How can anyone with any common sense believe a word of this? I’d like to write more about this, really I would, but time does not permit. I need to make a run to the bank to cash the nice fat check I just received from the CIA.
  • ME
In the end, my belief about Geller is that he has some sort of weird gift, but that he chose to profit from it and in doing so was compelled to embellish and deceive and yes, lie.

But here's my story. When I was in junior high - probably a year after this book came out, my aunt mentioned having read this book and said that she was going to an appearance he was making in the Seattle area. She said how at his shows he would bend spoons with his mind AND that people would bring broken watches to his shows and the watches would mysteriously start working. She gave me the book to read.

I read the book and one night when I was reading it I came across part of it having to do with broken watches starting to work. And it just so happened that I had a broken watch in my dresser. A year or so earlier my Dad had given me a gold watch that had belonged to his dad, and I stupidly overwound it and it hadn't worked in a year or so. Embarrassed that I had broken it I didn't tell anyone and instead just hid it away in my dresser. Every few months I'd take it out and it would still be broken - not running and the winding knob wouldn't budge in either direction.

So anyway - I'm reading this passage and think, what the heck I'll get the watch and focus my mental energies on it and see what happens. Well, when I got the watch out of my dresser IT WAS ALREADY WORKING - the second hand was ticking away. It continued to work for about a week and then it stopped and never worked again (I lost it later - another embarrassing chapter in my treatment of this heirloom).

Having thought back on this incident many times throughout my life, I've concluded that Uri Geller himself didn't have anything to do with making my watch work again, but rather something in his book temporarily activated some power inside of me that in turn, caused my watch to begin ticking again.

Anyway - so THAT'S why I believe that there IS something to Uri Geller. What that is, I don't know.