Psychic Uri Geller called on to help in finding missing Malaysian jet

Published Mar 15, 2014, 5:19 pm IST
Updated Jan 10, 2016, 8:38 am IST
The famous psychic has been asked to use his 'remote viewing'

Psychic Uri Geller has reportedly revealed that he has been asked to help in finding the missing Malaysian Airline passenger jet by a 'substantial figure' in Malaysia.

The famous psychic spoon-bender said that he has been asked to use his powers and 'remote viewing' to discover the fate of the plane.


According to Mirror, Geller revealed that he already has a theory that the pilots were overcome by an onboard fire.

Geller, who was a friend of Michael Jackson, said that remote viewing has been used by the CIA for decades, which works by people sending their mind through space and time.

The psychic appealed on the social media, including Twitter and Facebook, urging people to help him in finding the plane by telling him what their intuition tells them.

He explained that how the comments of his followers helped him to come to his own theory that something happened in the cockpit of the aircraft.

He claimed that the pilot had been either pushed into a situation to divert the plane by another force or he did it of his own accord, the report added.

The Malaysian Airline Flight MH370, with 239 people onboard, took off from Kuala Lumpur on last Saturday, but vanished from radars just 40 minutes later and after a week-long search, it is still untraceable.