Uri Geller unearths Scottish brick below Israeli museum
Spoon-bending illusionist Uri Geller has found a brick, made near a Scottish island he owns, beneath his own museum in Israel.
Archaeologists pulled it from the furnace of the old soap factory in Old Jaffa, Tel Aviv during excavation work.
A spoonful of Uri: Inside Tel Aviv's newest magical museum
Visiting a museum entirely dedicated to Uri Geller, created by Uri Geller, and presented through a live guided tour by Uri Geller, had never been on my to-do list. During your brief holiday visit to Israel, you also may not have considered this possibility.
The Uri Geller Museum
On our recent trip to Israel, it took us more than a few days to shake off our jet lag and get through the first days of Passover. By the time we got out, it was to Jaffa, a place that all of us could remember fondly. By some amazing miracle by Israeli-standards, we found street parking just a few blocks from the most interesting streets of town. As we got out of the car, I looked up and saw
'My mother was related to Freud, she always thought I inherited powers from him'
Illusionist Uri Geller packed up his lavish life in England and moved to Jaffa, where he established a museum in his name; In a new documentary, he reflects on his tough childhood, serving in the Six-Day War, near-fatal eating disorders and the time John Lennon told him he looked like a Holocaust survivor.
Loose Women left speechless as Uri Geller proudly displays 'unusual' Putin souvenir
The Loose Women panel were joined by TV personality and self-proclaimed psychic Uri Geller who excitedly revealed Vladimir Putin had sent him a spoon.Uri’s best-known stunt was making a spoon or key bend by merely rubbing it, leaving viewers stunned at his skills.
How To Rule Your Own Country: Inside The Outrageous World Of Micronations
With political turmoil worldwide, divided beliefs, and mandates facing ordinary citizens, the idea of creating your own country might seem like a dream. But with micronations launching around the world, this dream has become a reality despite not being recognized by governments.
Uri Geller gets Game of Thrones-style chair as 'iron throne' is made out of 6,000 spoons
Uri Geller has unveiled his custom-made Game of Thrones-style chair made of spoons measuring nearly 2.5m in height and more than 1.5m across – the psychic has called on fans to name the impressive structure.
Uri Geller has unveiled his very own Game of Thrones-style chair made of 6,000 spoons.The mystic, 77, took to X (formerly Twitter) to show off the impressive structure, which measures nearly 2.5m in height and 1.77m across.