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Uri Geller: My Story

Geller, Uri

 Wild claims have been made both by and about Uri Geller concerning his seeming paranormal powers. Unfortunately, it has been difficult to get him to perform for bona fide parapsychologists and under strictly controlled conditions, although a few reports have appeared in the professional literature. Equally strained and extravagant claims have been made against Geller. The arguments for and against the genuineness of his phenomena have been dealt with in several books which are described in the sections on "Criticisms" and "Psychokinesis." Here we have his autobiography, which is his own attempt to describe his life, his powers, how they developed, and where he thinks they are leading. There is a genuine ring of truth about the account, and whether it portrays a myth that modern madness has shaped or a glimpse of abilities that can nullify the barriers of time and space, it reads easily and is an unusual document. Geller's story is continued in the title listed next.
Publisher Information:New York: Praeger, 1975. 282p. 41 illustrations
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