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UFO. United States

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Added Thu, 19/01/2023
Author July N.

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Uri Geller tweeted a video in which, presumably, a UFO hovering in the sky.

The world-famous psychic Uri Geller said that he is "stunned by skeptics" who do not believe in the existence of UFOs. The dispute arose after he shared a video online with the alleged observation of an extraterrestrial ship. This is reported by the Daily Star.

The hoaxer posted a video on his Twitter showing a huge object hovering in the air in broad daylight, writing:

"If this is a fake, please explain to me how it is done. If it's real, wow, awesome."

The video was watched by more than half a million people, and not everyone is so sure that it testifies to extraterrestrial life, and some attribute the video to the Adobe After Effects program.

But Uri noted that the number of UFO sightings is growing, and said that even NASA takes such reports seriously.

He told the Daily Star:

"The more and more visits and UFOs that are filmed by ordinary people, from Hawaii to Japan and Iceland, the more plausible these sightings will become."

"UFOs and aliens are definitely among us. We are being studied, we are being visited. You can't discount the footage coming out of the cockpits of American fighter jets, you can hear them saying, "Oh my God, we don't have that technology."

A 76-year-old man, against whom the CIA was conducting an investigation concerning his alleged psychic abilities, said he was shocked by people who are trying to refute extraterrestrial life.

Uri explained:

"I am stunned by the skeptics who are trying to debunk this topic. Aliens visit us, aliens can land in the oceans, aliens probably walk among us."

"If they have technology that allows them to fly faster than the speed of light, then, my God, what is so special for them to send alien robots that study us closer here on Earth? I could be an alien myself."

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World-famous spoonbender Uri Geller has declared he is “stunned at sceptics” who try to argue against the existence of UFOs after he shared a video of a supposed spacecraft sighting.

The mystifier posted a video to his Twitter showing a huge object floating through the air in broad daylight, writing: “If it’s fake please explain to me how this is done. If it’s real, wow amazing.”

More than half a million people have seen the clip, with not everyone so sure that it evidenced extra-terrestrial life and some crediting the video to Adobe After Effects.

But Uri has pointed out that UFO sightings have been on the rise and said that even NASA is taking reports seriously, after the space agency confirmed it is investigating several unexplainable events.

He told the Daily Star: “The more and more visits and UFOs that are filmed by ordinary people, from Hawaii to Japan and Iceland, the more credible these sightings will become.

“UFOs and aliens are definitely amongst us. We are being studied, we are being visited.

“You cannot discount footage coming out of American fighter cockpits, you can hear them saying, ‘oh my gosh wow, we have no such technology.”

The 76-year-old, who was investigated by the CIA over his supposed psychic powers, said he was shocked at people who try to disprove extra-terrestrial life.

Uri explained: “I am stunned at sceptics who try to debunk this subject. Aliens are visiting us, aliens might be landing in oceans, aliens are probably walking among us.

“If they have the technology to fly faster than the speed of light, then goodness – what’s the big deal for them to send robotic aliens who study us closer here on earth? I could be an alien myself.”


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