Uri Geller warns Putin: ‘Your nukes are no match for my mind power’


Uri Geller has warned Vladimir Putin he will use “every last molecule” of his mind power to prevent any Russian nuclear attack.

The self-proclaimed psychic issued a bizarre open letter urging the Russian President to ditch any plans to launch a nuclear strike on naval bases close to his home in Scotland.

Putin lookin nervous at a Victory Day Parade in Moscow (via REUTERS)
Putin lookin nervous at a Victory Day Parade in Moscow (via REUTERS)

In his open letter to Putin, the spoon-bender said: “I am issuing this statement as a serious warning to you:

“If you resort to the use of Nuclear Weapons your plans and your missiles will backfire on you!

“I will use every last molecule of my Mind Power to prevent you from launching a nuclear attack!”

 (AFP/Getty Images)
(AFP/Getty Images)

He begged for support in his mammoth task of preventing a nuclear holocaust.

“And I am calling on all the wonderful, peace-loving people of the world to join me.

“Please stop what you are doing right now and just take five seconds out of your day to visualise a radiant, energetic force field - like a dazzling, golden shield in the sky - that will deflect and turn back any nuclear warheads that Putin attempts to deploy!”

He added: “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.

“They are watching and waiting and they will STOP you.

“Do not contemplate this dire course of action.

“Please take heed: if you proceed it is Russia and its people who will suffer the most.

“Your mission control computers will crash, your navigation systems will fail and your missiles will malfunction!

“You have been warned.”

The warning came as more bad news for Putin after a Russian supply line connecting Kherson with Crimea is likely to have been destroyed by a Ukrainian strike.

Ukraine struck the ammunition train, carrying Russian troops, on Monday near the Brylivka railway station in Kherson Oblast.

In their latest intelligence update, Britain’s Ministry of Defence said it was “highly unlikely the rail link connecting Kherson with Crimea remains operational”.

It said Russian forces were likely to repair the railway line within a few days, but it will remain a “vulnerability” for their logistical supply route from Crimea into the Kherson region.