Uri Geller claims he sent a warning to Putin over nuclear weapons

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Earlier this year, illusionist and TV personality Uri Geller took to Twitter to share an unorthodox warning against plans of a nuclear attack from Russia in a direct message to Vladimir Putin. On Thursday, he spoke to Eamonn Holmes and Isabel Webster on GB News to claim he has since been contacted by Russia who is “taking his warning seriously” after he vowed to use collective “mind power” to foil any plans against the west.

“This awful world that we’re living in now, Uri,” Eamonn began to the illusionist. “The negative energy.

“And the fact that you bring so much positivity to people but there seems to be one man causing a lot of the problems – Vladimir Putin.

“Have you ever met him, have you ever tried to communicate with him?” Eamonn probed, prompting Uri to discuss the response he supposedly received to his words of caution.

Uri replied: “You know, I was all over the British press on the front page covers just a few months ago when I said I’m going to beam…

“I believe in my powers, telepathy, everybody has telepathy, existential perception, I’m going to make sure he doesn’t pull the trigger.

“Their [Russia] hands were on nuclear bombs, on the trigger. So I sent the warning letter to Putin, an open letter, you can Google it, you’ll find it.

“And I actually got a response,” Uri claimed before explaining: “I cannot tell you what I got.

“But you know, the Russians are actually very superstitious so they believe in the powers of the mind and they believe in all kinds of things. 

“I personally think that, after the response I got, they took my warning seriously.”

Isabel probed further: “You say you sent an open letter but was this (response) an internal message or did you get something tangible from them?”

Uri replied: “No, tangible! I can’t really speak about it but look, the war is still going on in Ukraine.

“But at least we don’t have the threat of a nuclear attack,” he added before claiming he was tested by the CIA who found he had “paranormal” powers.

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What exactly Uri supposedly received from the Kremlin remains under wraps for now.

In his warning letter to Putin, Uri stated that “as well as harnessing this immense energy of all our combined Mind Power, there are also forces far, far greater than you can imagine that I am sure will intervene to prevent you from starting a nuclear war”.

He also warned: “They are watching and waiting and they will STOP you. Do not contemplate this dire course of action.”

He went on to say that it would be “Russia and its people who would suffer the most” if the nuclear attack were to arise.

Uri also accompanied his open letter with a video clip in which he reemphasised his warning to the Russian President.

He said: “This is serious stuff and I have a warning for you, Putin.

“I urge you all to read my warning, all of you, and I’m serious about it. Very.”

Breakfast with Eamonn and Isabel airs Monday-Thursday at 6am on GB News.

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