Dude, Where’s My Plane? Continued! (MH370 Psychic Update)
“I have been asked to help. I believe in remote viewing. Can you help me?” ~ Uri Geller: Spoonbending Psychic
In another bizarre and frankly frustrating addition to events regarding the missing flight, MH370 – the infamous psychic, Uri Geller revealed that he has now been approached by a ‘substantial figure (from Malaysia)‘ – to help in the search for the missing aircraft. Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 disappeared without trace on March 8 with 239 people on board. The spoon bending (and quite questionable) psychic has purportedly been asked by this person to ‘use his powers to explain what happened to the aircraft’. Really?!
I wonder what the families of the missing people aboard the flight think of this..
Even Remotely Serious?
Geller, who claims he used a technique called ‘remote viewing‘ to establish the fate of the plane – revealed that he believes the pilots were overcome by a fire. Speaking from his home in England, Geller stated:
“Remote viewing has been used by the CIA for decades. It works by people sending their mind through space and time. I have been asked by quite a substantial figure in Malaysia what my feelings are about this situation.”
He later appealed to his followers on Twitter, to help him in his psychic search (Really?!), tweeting: “I have been asked to help. I believe in remote viewing. Can you please try to ‘see’ where you believe the plane went down? Thank you.”
Really?! A ‘remote-viewing’ psychic, asking his fans for help on this?
(Does Uri Geller’s psychic abilities tell him that publicity stunts like this are bad for karma?)
The psychic came under attack from people on social media for his enquiries, however he refuted the suggestions that he was seeking publicity from the tragedy. He explained that the inquiry for insights from Twitter would contribute to his own theory that something happened in the cockpit of the aircraft. “It is my opinion that something happened to the pilot,” he explained. “The pilot was either pushed into a situation to divert the plane by another force or he did it of his own accord.”
“That is my opinion and it is only my opinion. It is what I had derived from my own personal intuitive feeling.” ~ Uri Geller
Flight MH370 – FAST FACTS:
- Flight MH370 took off from Kuala Lumpur International Airport, en route to Beijing – on Saturday 8 March.
- About 50 minutes later the flight lost contact with air traffic control.
- NO distress call was made.
- There were 12 Malaysian crew members and 227 passengers from 14 countries on board – including 153 Chinese and 38 Malaysians.
- Two passengers were travelling on fake passports. Neither had any apparent links to terrorist groups.
- NO debris from the plane has been found in the international search.
- At least 10 countries, including China and the United States, were using a total of 42 ships and 39 aircraft to search.
How Many Theories?
Numerous theories have been circulating in a bid to explain the mysterious disappearance of the aircraft, with suggestions of terrorism, mechanical faults causing the plane to disintegrate, a mid-air hijacking and concerns regarding the mental state of the pilot. The investigation is increasingly focusing on the theory that someone who knew how to fly a plane deliberately diverted the flight.
Now we have psychic spoonbenders weighing in on this mystery. I imagine the families of those missing don’t care how it gets done, as long as they can have the answers they need. Maybe it’s just me, but this whole ‘mystery’ feels more and more suspicious, and less and less likely to be solved truthfully if they keep this nonsense up.
But PLEASE – Stay tuned!