Uri Geller was a spy for the CIA

Puharich and Geller.

Magic, religion and fear are the foundations of mind control and always have been. The oldest power centers on earth are the major religions. But this is a slowly shifting landscape, which is why intelligence agencies have always had interest in occult influencers like Aleister Crowley and Helena Blavatsky, and why intel manufactures New Age cults like Jim Jones’ Peoples Temple. This is nothing new. It’s possible the Church of Latter Day Saints was the Illuminati response to a wave of anti-Mason sentiment sweeping the country after the murder of Captain Morgan, who had revealed Masonry was a secret British plot.

After WWII, Dr. Andrija Puharich emerged as the Army’s foremost expert on magic mushrooms, seances, and all things occult. Puharich championed an Israeli magician named Uri Geller as the world’s foremost psychic. Reportedly, Geller’s psychic abilities had been taught to him by aliens. Before LSD became the CIA’s mind-drug of choice, Puharich had been investigating whether magic mushrooms might serve that same function.

Puharich was having secret meetings with high-ranking officers from the Pentagon, CIA and Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) at Fort Detrick, the heart of MK/Ultra, the CIA’s most closely guarded secret. Puharich was also organizing seances for the super rich. Most of this remains classified, the files sealed forever or just disappeared like most of MK/Ultra.

The spoon bending trick was an obvious scam from day one. If Geller really had telekinesis, why not reveal multiple proofs, and not stick with metal spoons, something easily rigged with some deft slight-of-hand? Hard to fathom how Geller achieved such fame with such a lame trick, certainly the CIA’s influence over the media was vital to his epic rise to fame. Faking psychic powers is standard ops for occult influencers, and Blavatsky and Crowley come to mind in this regard.

In 2013, a filmmaker from England released a documentary claiming Geller was working for national security all along. My instant thought was: is MI6 behind this film in order to bilk profits from an old operation? Otherwise, why would some of the biggest newspapers in England be promoting this conspiracy film?

One wonders how much money Geller was paid by various intelligence agencies over the years. Expect to see a Hollywood feature soon, a follow-up to the staring-at-goats flick that was so successful, which had been the first peek onto psychic weirdness at the highest level of the Pentagon.

“We use footage from the CIA-funded film record,” said the filmmaker, “and then track stories about Uri’s involvement in events ranging from the Israeli commando raid on Entebbe through to his participation in the search for Osama bin Laden, with a mysterious sidebar as a federal agent for the Mexican government. Forty years of psychic operations…Someone well positioned to know suggests that rather than being shut down in 1995, the use of psychic operatives by the US government and military has merely gone deeper black. If that’s the case, then perhaps Geller still works  in the shadows.”

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