Uri Geller: Magician Or Mystic?

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Welcome Rain, 1999 - Biography & Autobiography - 291 pages
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In 1949, in a poor Tel Aviv apartment, a three-year-old boy watched a soup spoon bend and break in his hand. Throughout childhood, Uri Geller discovered he had other astonishing psychic abilities. He turned them into a paranormal stage act and became a superstar in Israel. Word spread overseas, where some of the world's leading physicists attested to Geller's metal bending. His mind reading was validated by the prestigious science journal Nature. Acting on classified reports which indicated strongly that he was genuine, the CIA and Mossad vied for the services of the psychic prodigy.

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Geller has attracted considerable attention--and inspired considerable skepticism--because of his evident abilities to bend metal, read minds, and find things. In his authorized biography of Geller ... Read full review

About the author (1999)

Jonathan Margolis has written on new technology for such papers as the" Evening Standard, The Sunday Times, The Financial Times," and the magazines" GQ and Elle," He hosts a regular "new gadgets" slot on SKY TV news, and occasionally reviews new technology for BBC Breakfast News. He is the author of the recent biography of Uri Geller.

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