Freedom of information act reveals Uri Geller CIA psychic spy!
Conspiracy theorists who have believed that Uri Geller was a CIA psychic spy have been feeling vindicated. This follows the CIA being recently compelled to release 13 million top-secret documents due to a freedom of information act lawsuit.
Although we have known for years that TV Psychic Entertainer Uri Geller was tested by the CIA, due to their suspicions about the Soviet Union utilizing people with ESP in espionage work, documents now reveal that the CIA were indeed legitimately convinced of his psychic abilities. It is even alleged that Geller was utilized in espionage work for the Agency.
The operation was named the “Stargate Project”. In August 1973, Gellar spent a week at the Stanford Research Institute (now known as SRI International) in California, taking part in experimental sessions to ascertain what paranormal and psychic abilities he was capable of demonstrating.
Geller had only previously worked as an entertainer, initially in Israel, his country of birth, and then later in the 1970s in Europe and the United States. His performances would include apparent telepathy and psychokinesis, and he became most famous for bending spoons and keys.
It was the suspicions of the Soviet’s use of telepathy and psychokinesis that caused the CIA to employ parapsychologists Russell Targ and Harold E. Puthoff. To undertake the testing of Geller at SRI they spent a week doing period picture drawing experiments. They had Geller sit in an enclosed room, shielded electrically and acoustically, and locked internally and externally, – pictures were drawn randomly, inspired from words selected in a dictionary.
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