Psychic spoon bender Uri Geller has claimed that aliens are “looking over us” after a very odd clip of a hotdog-shaped UFO went viral on social media.
Geller, 76, has long claimed that aliens are real.
And a new Instagram and Twitter post from the Israeli army veteran adds fuel to the fire.
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He shared a video using the hashtags UFO, UFOSightings and UFOTwitter, which appeared to show a cylinder-shaped object flying through the air.
It did not state where the video was taken or when, but it sparked chaos online.
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He wrote: “Astronomers spent decades looking for objects from outside our own solar system. Then two arrived at once.
“When should we expect the next one? And what can they teach us?
“‘They’ are watching making sure no (nuclear emoji) is triggered.”
Uri being Uri, he didn't clarify who exactly “they” are, and what he meant by using the nuclear warning symbol emoji.
The video has been viewed more than 140,000 times, with over 100 retweets and 500 likes since he first posted it on Wednesday (March 29).
He also then replied to his own tweet six times with tweets telling about his own backstory.
The initial tweet piqued the interest of fellow social media users.
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One wrote: “I mean I’m definitely in the it’d be stranger if we were the only ones camp but random things flying around doesn’t automatically make me thing of them. Not when there’s so much worldwide military activity and spyware.”
And a second posted: “Now this is real. I know about the cylinder shape UFO. Seen many short videos of it.”
However, it was quickly debunked by the team at UFO Of Interest, who clarified that it was just a solar balloon, which looks like a giant hot dog flying through the sky.
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