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"herb geller" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"herb geller" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"One hundred percent you moonlight Graham had one at bat. And then retired to be a doctor and a small North Carolina. Ten I very well. By the way hundred review now four innings of one hit baseball with six strikeout. Boy as they go to the bottom of the fourth. All right. A little round of fact or fiction? Number one. What are you doing? I can't look at your stream. Don't we? Bananas are actually classified as a berry. And strawberries are not is that factors that fiction who do you wanna go first, Greg? I'm going to say, that's a fact. That's weird. Yeah. He's right. It's fact, it is fact. Yeah. Did you know that? Yeah. Because I, you know, it's funny. I bought bananas history at the store, and when you pull them up on everything's automatically scan. Now, you have they come up under fruits interesting. All right. Number two, the tail feathers of a female peacock contain over fifty shades of different colors, is that factors that fiction John fiction? It is fiction. It is fiction. Nobody I have no idea. How many? The male's tail the male peacock is the one that has all the different colors. No emailed us know the mail because that means you're peacocking, the male has all the can't a female picot. That's the they're they're more dull colors. It's just it's a fact, I don't know how you know because I know a little bit about peacocks the other way. No, no, the mail is the one that peacocks, and that's why they showed their different color. Yes. Hundred percent. Yep. Yeah. Everybody. Everybody says Bergman's right sell. You haven't been right since? God, I was four number sense about right? It's to number three at Vanderbilt University, Aaron Calipari, John. Kelly Perry's daughter is a scientist trying to develop medications that would treat addiction is that factor is that fiction. Greg fact, back John. I think that's true. But I of want to separate from, you know, go back. I think it's true. It is absolutely true. That's what she's doing Vanderbilt University the schools that have made the most final force are North Carolina with twenty all time after that. It's Kentucky UCLA do and Kansas. The next school on that list is Ohio State is that fact or fiction, John that's gotta be fixing UCLA has got to be number one. No, no fiction fiction. Yeah. I think something's wrong in there. We'll fix you. It is a fact go through this year. North Carolina has twenty Kentucky and UCLA have seventeen each Duke has sixteen Kansas says eighteen and Ohio State has ten. I'm sorry. She is that number one in that list. Just because they went every year in the seventy they did they did. And then they know then banal and with three times in a row. Yeah. And one time with with Jim Harrick and one time with Larry Brown. And that's basically it. I got it from college basketball. So I think trust we'll trust you miss it. Right. Yup. Missed it how many left three more this. This is is the number one rated show on network television, is that factors that fiction. Greg fact. Greg says fact, I'm going fiction, it is fiction number one show on television is the voice. No. This is us is number two, sixty minutes, number three, Grey's anatomy, and their American idol. And you know, what it is in the fall? That's that's in the springs unday night football. Here you go number one psychic. Herb Geller caused a panic in the seventies. He told people to hold the spoon in front of their TV sets, and he was able to bend thousands of spoons just with his words and creepy gaze is that fact or is that fiction, Greg. I just want that to be fact, that's amazing. You're going next. I'm going back. I'm going fiction. It is a one hundred percent fact know about then he pulled obviously put their their spoon up to the TV and watch right people before. Yup. It's amazing. Leave an Andy Kaufman thing when he had to all right? Two more the raptors pass cow Ceac him comes from a political family in Cameroon. Other two run Homer who it. Oh. Okay. You mason. There's.

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"herb geller" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"herb geller" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"Hundred thousand dollars student loans and making some net income, but for some reason you're just infatuated with how to raise your overhead higher higher and higher. Do you agree with that? Or not really. I think what makes sense in you can lower your overhead with technology. You should do it. Or if the technology does something that you see a need for that. You can't do it any other way except having that technology than it makes sense. But I have this magic crown box thing where I dropped my flexing. Blue moose impression in a box and walkaway and in a couple of weeks I opened the box and there's a crawl. It's just like magic. And I hardly do anything to be involved with it in comes out beautifully. I put it in the mouth, and it fits in the patients are happy, and I'm happy, and you know, there are some good labs that you don't have to spend seven hundred dollars for a molar the molar crown anymore. And in it's one you're doing the non cosmetic the bread and butter stuff. You don't have to have a lab that will produce a seven hundred dollar Brown. I mean, it might be perfect or whatever. But if you do debt bread and butter dentistry in the majority year, crowns are post earier from people breaking teeth apart. Them. You know, you can do it various shortly. You can spend less than an hour, and you know, Jim role Selley account for under a hundred bucks. You've got that opportunity. I really think that that's really a smart thing to do. And so. Back in the day. I was such a huge fan of Jim libel. Because seem like will the first courses I'd go to remember back then in eighty seven they'd always lecture about the patient be patient to see patient the Deplace in the face. And then what they describe them. All I always sit there and thank ban my entire family pedigree from Wichita Kansas to Parsons candy. We're all DNA patients. And then this guy doesn't think viz, and it was only Jim glide well thing with airlines they were always catering to the business traveler in the fortune five hundred and trying to have the girls where high heels and serve these fancy meals. And it was it was Southwest Airlines was said, no, no we're going to drive down costs until every American has the freedom to afford to fly. And Jim glide were has really been the southwest airline. Herb Geller of dentistry.

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"herb geller" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

08:56 min | 2 years ago

"herb geller" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"The ladies first, Victoria Jones from the DC raider companies here with her comments about the list of things the stories the people list from talkers magazine that we go through every weekend. Rick Jensen is tacos the WTO in Wilmington been there for a long time. How long have you been? I can. How many as eighteen days ago eighteen years eighteen year out? Where'd you get your start? Where did you start on the air actually in when I was in high school local radio station. I was living in Norwalk saga. Guitar Connecticut area. There's a station Westport at I walked in and said, hey, I'd like to learn the stuff they said could we need just someone to pick up the trash and that was a great. We already started. We started that way. By the way, because of the parliament of labor laws. You can't do that anymore. You have to pay him. You can't be a kid who just wants to learn something, it's just not legal anymore. Saturday raised that that explains why we got so many dummies on the air that pretty much explains that right there down the middle. Number five top ten stories. Number one is the border wall. Number two is the government shutdown number three whether. Trump did the campaign violation thing that everybody will not everybody. But some people are alleging the Democrats, and what they are able to do or not able to do in the legislative area. Number four, number five our policy in Syria. I said before we paused at the bottom of the hour that I am beginning to wonder, whether I I have long said that we ought not to have gone to Afghanistan the way, we did we could have done as we showed at the end sending in the elite, you the very elite soldiers that we have in delta force in the seals in that sort of thing to pop off Obama up Obama, Osama bin Laden, and then the same thing could have been done with the getting rid of Saddam Hussein. But we chose to enrich the industrial the military industrial complex if you haven't seen the movie vice and you either do or don't like. Mr. Cheney is see the movie, and you get a whole different spin on it. They're always been a lot of rumors about him in a what happened, but I I find our involvement there and the beginning appalling Bush and the business with Cheney going into Iraq was appalling more than that is the money. More importantly, the human lives have been lost their for nothing we created a huge vacuum. And now, we're suffering the consequences because we got another problem in Syria. If we pull out of the air creates a vacuum and i-it's comes back in. So a friend of mine who I have on the radio with me every weekend fellow who's a is an internationally known entertainers in a manner of speaking named herb Geller lives in Israel. I asked him this past week about how safe insecure people were feeling in Israel about our pullout from Syria. Look at the map. He see received is Jordan is and how it all comes together. We're Turkey is. And you understand why? Are these rallies are nervous about this? Because Assad is a bloodthirsty Kerr the Russian. I mean, it's just a mess. We've created yet another mess and in pulling troops out. I would I said hurry. As a matter of fact, when I first heard that the troops are coming out. And then you start looking around and thinking, okay, what if we pull out of there? What does that mean for all the people who've died there already, and how do I is it in our best interest? I suppose we could still argue that for us to be anywhere in the Middle East. So I think maybe we I dunno. I frankly, it's a puzzle that I don't know how to solve if I were president. I'd have a headache over this, Victoria. What's the basic conversation about this in Washington as we end the week conversation is similar to what you're saying. The other part of the compensation, of course, is that we have to add that soldiers were killed, and that ISIS is claiming responsibility. Now, the fact that ISIS claims responsibility for something doesn't necessarily mean that that's true ISIS allies on the other hand. Nobody in Washington really, particularly those who are familiar with what's going on in Syria believes that ISIS has been defeated in the sense that there's nobody belonging to ISIS in existence. Isis control of territory is down. But ISIS is very much a factor. An ISIS is doing guerrilla tactics. So there is a lot of concern that ISIS is saying, hey, we're around and we intend to make ourselves very very noticeable. All right. Rick anything from your listeners in Europe point of view with regard to Syria by when you're on a stage like WD, do you spend more time talking about the local issues, they're half and half national issues. How do you decide what the focus is going to be? 'cause you're running a local talk radio program. It's really really local. I'm a registered Republican the state's run by Democrats. But I have the governor's personal cell phone Delaware is so different from every other place. I've ever worked or lived in the country, very very local. But we do talk about these things. And when you talk about Syria, we talk about ISIS it boils down to how does one actually defeat an ideology, you don't you don't never there has been this ideology since since the moors invaded Spain. And there were those who have kept us ideology for so long. If you've got one point five billion Muslims in this world and only one percent of them home. Hold onto some you know, I would call it personally, a horrible sick ideology. That's still a million people. So how do you defeat an ideology? I don't I don't know that you do I think that's part of the problem here. So do we just lick our wounds and move on and let them figure out their problems for themselves. It might be that way. But the oil interests are as they are and the Middle East is full oil. So we're gonna we're gonna mess that up a lot of the messed up probably not anyways. Where do we go from here? It's one of those things that you have a conversation about it. And it doesn't go anywhere. So let's keep going. Speaking of a conversation does go anywhere number six is the the confirmation hearing for William bar. I don't there's nothing about this that I found intriguing this week, even though, you know, the political questions about Muller stuff Victoria's or anything. This guy was around when Bush was president. Okay. He didn't surprise anybody. Did he wasn't anything? It really really. I mean there were a couple of headlines about. Seeming to disagree with with with Trump. But really the wasn't anything major. I don't think that the t seven he had. Yeah. This is not a new rodeo to him. He's he's he's been through it before. But one thing that was interesting that he said, particularly in light of something that we talked about earlier in the show, which was the President Trump may have directed his longtime attorney Michael Cohen to lied to congress was that he he was asked about that about whether whether that would be a crime if the president tried to coach somebody not to testify testify falsely he said unequivocally, yes, he was asked by more than one set to that question. And he said, yes. At said, that's very interesting and puts him in a bit of a spot really with the president potentially potentially. We don't know there's a lot to come out yet. But that was very interesting that is being talked about in Washington today. Speaking of somebody who's in a spot Representative Steve king. He's number nine on the countdown his story. His ability not to be able to clarify his thoughts doesn't seem to be that intelligent fellow. So where does this guy? Go rick. Away. Well, why don't you start asking the question? What's wrong with white nationalism? Now, you're shopping for a mirror with Louis Farrakhan. Yeah, I just if you don't realize what you're saying plays right into the thinking of racist. Because you're echoing what they're saying mine only word for the guy is next. Yeah. Right. See you later alligator, that's the way. I look at it. Anyway, forty four after the hour on the talk radio roundup, if you are having a.

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"herb geller" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

09:35 min | 2 years ago

"herb geller" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Idaho. Charged with animal cruelty last year, he fed and sick puppy to a snapping turtle. And it's it's a story that's wrong in so many ways. He was found not guilty. The jurors apparently convinced. That he felt like he was doing the right thing because the puppy was sick and likely to die. Anyway, according to the teacher, I don't see anywhere in the story that a veterinarian was consulted about the sick dog. They tried to feed the dog to a python python wasn't interested. Imagine the trauma from a sick puppy deal with that situation. Then you say okay python did want it? Let's feed it to the snapping. Turtle. The turtle drowns the dog and then begins to start chopping down. The stories is wrong in so many ways. I'm not saying the guy needs to go to jail for fifty years or something like that. But that a message is this really send you know that. The teachers kids gave the dog to him said we can't get the dog to eat must be something wrong. And I guess I just take a leap and go. Okay. Well, let's just say the dog's going to die anyway. So let's use them for bait. For the snake or for the turtle. I mean, there's just. In terms of being humane. I really don't understand where these jurors are coming from. I just can't relate to the jury up in Idaho that that made this decision. The east Idaho, news notes, the puppy tried to swim before the turtle pulled it underwater waited till the dog was completely motionless. And then began a feeding, and yeah, there were some students that watched all this. It was apparently not a class project per se. But still it's the principle of the thing. It seems like there was opportunities to take the dodgers event. And if the the dog wasn't gonna make it go ahead and have the dog put down in a sane, humane fashion. Don't feed it to a snake or a turtle for gosh sakes, it's wrong. And so many ways what about frontier airline asking passengers to tip flight attendants the stories kind of interesting because herb Geller from Southwest Airlines. Just recently died a very innovative. CEO of an airline certainly in tumultuous times back in the days when there was braniff and eastern, Texas international. I mean, think of the airlines that fell by the wayside TWA. And of course, south west just. You know, blazing new trails many remember the days here, we got Valentine's Day coming up here. I remember I was flying on south west airlines flight, this is back when the flight attendants were wearing the hot pants and the boots and everything right? You guys. Some of y'all remember that this on Valentine's Day. I remember I was flying on Valentine's Day and the flight attendants were there as you were depleting and willing to give you a little peck on the cheek think of that. Of course, they were all about the love airlines, they had those kind of their branding. And think of that today, can you imagine too, and they don't do that anymore. I'm quite certain that was quite a while back, but still. So now frontier airlines is saying passengers you can tip the flight attendants. In fact, you're encouraged to do that when they're serving refreshments. Five one eight three six zero five ninety here. On kale DJ? I saw here's something else that you know, kinda got my attention as we're starting to to wind up here. On us Sunday in January. This is supposedly dating Sunday the first Sunday after New Year's day. Is I guess one of the biggest days for dating apps? I, of course know nothing about this. So it says you're more likely to match chat or set up a date with someone this weekend than any other day this year. And that Sunday is the busiest day of them all. All the app representatives. Say Sundays are the busiest days of the week all year long. But this day in particular. Is dating Sunday the first Sunday after New Year's day at any. Okay. Well, maybe I'll give that a try. Maybe I'll take a look at some kind of online dating program or something like that. Let me throw this story in the mix and see if this dissuade you. In any way, or discourages you? A Phoenix woman accused of stalking a man and sending him more than sixty five thousand text messages apparently said far more than that. In fact. Here's a man she met on a dating site. She sent him one hundred fifty nine thousand text messages, some of which were threatening over nearly ten months, according to police documents and public records. The the the woman began threatening the man after police officers escorted her off his property in July of twenty seventeen. She's being held in a county jail without bond has pleaded not guilty to charges a stocking and criminal trespassing or trial scheduled to begin next month. This. The victim a CEO of a company based out of Scottsdale. Arizona. She sent him one hundred fifty nine thousand text messages. Can we just say the woman has issues? Right. So keep that in mind as you're taking a look at supposedly dating Sunday looking at all those. Dating apps online. Keep in mind. The woman in Phoenix. Who sent a guy she met through one of the dating apps one hundred fifty nine thousand text messages. I mean, I don't have time to of a not a great mathematician on air, but to to kind of break that down one hundred fifty nine thousand text messages over ten months, maybe some of you regular texters. That's that's not outta line. That sounds incredibly out of line to me that sounds ridiculous. To say, the least no we were talking about a ISD and some of the cost cutting recommendations from this task force about this out of the Wall Street Journal teachers. Of look into strike out in the Los Angeles school district. The second largest school district in the country. And apparently they're going to be going on strike on Thursday local leaders have already been trying to make preparations to see if they can keep the classrooms open for roughly a half million kids would be affected here grades K through twelve about nineteen percent of those kids are an independent charter schools. So they for months been buying ee learning software for the classrooms assigning administrators to fill in hiring substitute teachers. It sounds like they are hunkering down for the worst case scenario. Well, we'll just last year. Right. We saw. Protests in North Carolina. Arizona West Virginia, right? The teachers on strike for pay raises. And and other. Kinds of additional resources in that. So we'll watch that story. See what happens? With that. That's that's going to be a big deal. That's affecting a whole lot of kids out in the Los Angeles area. Know it's also that time of year for. The big Consumer Electronics Show out in Las Vegas. You ever been to one of these? I mean, the big computer shows they'd used to have out there and these shows unbelievable. This one's coming up in January eighth through the eleventh. Here's a little bit of a preview CAS is the country's largest Consumer Electronics Show. And we're the world I got to see the VCR satellite television, CD players and more recently for TV's this year, the centerpiece of the show is something you'll see but will likely be using in the years to come five G, wireless service, slowly rolling out across the country it promises..

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"herb geller" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"herb geller" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Kathleen. Catholic is a Caitlin Caitlin Sacramento high. Caitlyn? Hi, I can't remember his name. But I just wanted to say Andrew. The guy who just called. So I just wanted to say that keep pushing through you can get through it. I guess what is a really really quick so work out. I just pray for him right now where Jesus I pay that your spiritual comfort him cod, and I pay that you'll see through this and that he'll do a call back, and we'll all be able to celebrate. And just see how far he's come. And I pray God that you'll just truck close to his family will strengthen his kids, and I've been his ex wife in God. I just think you for your divine intervention design love to see his family through this difficult time in my name of Jesus. Amen for letting me do this. Caitlyn? Of course, anytime anytime that's beautiful and anyone else who believes please pray for them span. And. I guess they were all like a big radio family on this show. And so I know there's a lot of people listening who are concerned and would offer help anytime and prayers and Caitlyn that was very very kind of you. Thank you. You too happy new year to you. Herb Geller, moved to Texas in nineteen sixty two with plans for a career in law. Instead. Legal battles. On behalf of an upstart airline propelled him to the top the top.

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"herb geller" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"herb geller" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Top stories on areas. Ona's news station. KTAR news. Bruce, Saint James and Pamela Hughes. You don't even need to fly a lot to know about Southwest Airlines. If you fly at all you've probably spent time on one of their. Yellow-bellied moneymakers the planes. They have over there. But the founder the boss the visionary behind Southwest Airlines. Herb Kelleher passed away yesterday. At the age of eighty seven Kelleher was an icon here in Dallas a flamboyant visionary. Who according to legend drew up a plan for a regional airline on the back of a cocktail napkin. His watchword was adaptability. If things change faster outside your company than they change inside your company, you got something to worry about Kelleher love publicity stunts when other carriers tried to undercut southwest fares in the nineteen seventies. Kelleher started giving a free bottle of whisky to every frequent flyer. It worked south west survived. Imagine that I there's people and and I have friends at work for southwest, and they tell her they loved herb Geller. Oh, yeah. I mean, how many big companies out there? Can you say employees love the CEO? Love the founder loved the president of the company. That's not right off the bat. There's always that kind of management versus employees kind of people absolutely loved him. And they loved him because he had a plain spoken. Commonsense. Approach to getting things done. What am I favor? It lines is when they asked herb about the strategic plan at Southwest Airlines. He goes, yeah. We have a strategic plan. It's called doing things. I liked that. I liked that business meeting. There's no like five point plan. You got to memorize. Memorize an acronym. And everything I love the fact that it started on a napkin, that's what I remember about this. He and a buddy role, and I forgot brawling king in nineteen seventy three basically or it was nineteen sixty six Dan, a napkin, and they just drew their plan out. And it was basically a triangle, Houston, Dallas and San Antonio rightfully between there. And now they have become the nation's largest domestic carrier and everybody knows it's completely different from the other ones. They they don't have seat assignments just get on the plane and find a seat and call it a day. They don't charge for bags. No, they're no backwards seats then anymore. And ObamaCare is no change fees. And that comes in handy. Let me tell you when you have a Baker break-up outta town. There is a culture inside southwest at herb Keller. You could you could trace it right back to whatever company, you work in right now, you think about the culture, and they're like somebody leads that do you know, what I'm saying from somewhere the corner office, the boss, whatever, it's more than inspirational quotes on the wall. And and herb Keller had a a way of doing things in a way of looking at things. And I would argue that in when I met some of the executives at worked at south and people are Idrus certain type of person that wanted to work at Southwest Airlines. And there's a couple of phenomenal stories, and I'm gonna paraphrase season, we keep in mind for brevity sake. I wonder if it was it was Oakland's airport. And allegedly some of the rampage. It's the baggage handlers down below, you know, by the airplanes. The story is there may have been some drinks involved. And it was coming up on. It was a World Series time. And some of the the the rampage the guys the baggage guys got together. And they they painted one of the little the little trucks are called tugs at move the plane the plane in and out you're the hook a tugboat, but for this tiny little vehicle, it doesn't have a roof on at the guy. Just that you've seen right? If you've looked out a window at a plane. Yeah, I'll be they painted knee Oakland as colors. And like the next day. The end of the boss comes to work at the Oakland airport. It's like somebody is getting fired for painting. You guys showed up with yellow and green painted the thing, and it got back to her, and what herb found out was by going to the airport, and it's looking around and people were requesting Oakland A's fans were requesting that tug push their plane back from the gate, and people were pinned to the windows and want to do it and the genius of her Keller is not only did he not punish them for painting company property in the middle of the night possibly after a few drinks in them. He encouraged him to paint all of the tug. It's like what teams do we have Golden State Warriors? Raider thing have fun with it. And it is kind of an attitude. I I worked for a company years ago where are owner was so inspired by herb Keller. And so inspired that there's a book. And if you haven't read it, it's still it's one of these books that it's still relevant today. It's called nuts because remember Southwest Airlines. Only got a bag of nuts. That's all you're going to get and pretzels, by the way, they have. But the the book nuts is phenomenal the story of southwest, and a story of culture inside there. And my owner was so inspired by our CEO that he gave every single employee in the company a copy of the book nuts. We all got the book and herbs spoke at one of our our our our leadership events, and he was just amazing. The only place. I know where all the people. I know who are former employees still like they're experienced there. They don't say anything bad about it. They just say they miss it. They like it. They they have fun next time you step on board with those Southwest Airlines planes. Maybe today, maybe it's soon you give a gift give give side of that plane a little tap on your way in and remember herb Kelleher, the founder of Southwest Airlines passing away yesterday at the age of eighty seven, but what an amazing amazing legacy the only airline that always turned a profit. They didn't need government bailouts. They weren't. They were running.

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"herb geller" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"herb geller" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Cog in the wheel every week in our conversation is medallist. Herb Geller who is here from his home in Israel. So hurry. We've been talking about scientifically excuse me, proving that your brain produces consciousness, and one of the things we were talking about with his fellow who's written a book and end to upside down thinking is the CIA in their testing of people like you remote viewing the ability for a person to describe a target. That's inaccessible to normal senses. Because of distances time, you have lots of theories about this base. Not only just on your experience as Stanford. But all of the other things that you've done pretty much through your life. Right. Yes. They've got consciousness. Allen divers exist. ESP everyone have extrasensory perception, we are all moving towards new realities there have been new sheets, power dot huge. Twenty five thirty years from now, we all be ten o'clock. Because of our own. Powers? But because we are going to be connected. Green wise to the internet beyond that we're going to start keeping our own tactical powers. We we'd be able to master our psychic powers. Materialize. Match your lies object all around the corner. It's unbelievable. Ability Walpole's, injected we. And some say with conscious. So a major unknown that we are. But I do believe that we are moving towards something phenomenal. Now, listen, I'm going off now because. The shelf interior have to meet the minister. So I love you all at big. Philosophically and very very big powerful. Love. All right, go. Meet the minister give my best. When is eight hours ahead when we do this program in Israel, eight hours ahead areas. Always got something going on a couple of weeks ago. He didn't participate with us in the conversation because he was taping. The show Israel has talent. Which one of the talent shows is a carrot was his name as America's got talent over there. Yeah. Right. Exactly. He's one of the judges on that. But he's always got I think in talking about this is giving me more for whatever the reason this past weekend. I've spent a lot of time thinking about and kind of taking the action on a side of life, which I've been stuck on for a long time. And that's understanding the anger the fear or whatever it is that gets instilled in us, and it goes into places that we don't understand we in our life gets predicated by things that we think are real. And in fact, the more things I think are real more exchange exchanging experiences. I have they proved not to be real it may be easier because there's so much pain. Sometimes created around the things that have been done to us. Sometimes wittingly consciously by our parents and. Sometimes not it's wherever they got it. So it's like a it's like a it's like a waterfall things that start, and and just get pushed on and pushed on and pushed on and so understanding the fear, and the anger that comes out of the things that are done to us by those we care about. And then how it shapes what we do in. How we react things. Really is. It's fascinating material. Think about matter of fact, I think I'll carry on this conversation with our psychic scout Mariel mainly in just a few minutes. Meanwhile, the hidden power focusing on how to get your body. You're this is temporal. This is now this is the here and now of your body how to keep it strong. How to keep it lean how to keep it not? You know, love you get sick from simple things colds flus that sort of stuff he's Alie avoidable by having a really strong immune system. Most of the time you hear that the immune system is weak and young children in his an older people. And those are the ones who get sick most often if you wanna keep yourself though, in the best place possible, the stuff that they have a Texas SuperFood is awesome. Scientists have uncovered a lot of different things in the anti-ageing department, for example, and the superfoods that come as a part of these capsules that Texas SuperFood complete organic capsules fifty five naturally grown raw fruits and vegetables that have no pesticides herbicides. No animal byproducts. No gluten. No soy corn. No sugar other than what's in the fruit. These organic grown fruits and vegetables at Texas SuperFood. Twenty years. They've been in the making the best way for you to complement your into answer. Basically what all the authorities say about eating five or more servings of fruits and vegetables every day..

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"herb geller" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

13:52 min | 2 years ago

"herb geller" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"You. Then. Came over here. It's thirty four half the hour on the dean J B program. Dugout Jen, Victoria, Kerry, schilling at the controls as usual and our studio in Washington Friday. The sixteenth of November, Jennifer, what do you have in your focus? What's tweaking? Well, we talked about weather now we have to talk about fires because of the California fire up in northern California. The campfire the death toll is now at sixty three and we've been talking about between one hundred and two hundred people missing. Now, the number could be as much as six hundred as many as six hundred people that are unaccounted for plus ten thousand over ten thousand structures just destroyed by this fire. The Wolsey fire is in southern California. That one is getting more and more contained by the day. The winds have sort of died down and firefighters really have a hand on it yesterday. March the first day that the fire had grown since. It started over a week ago. Ryan Zinke, who is the secretary of the interior and our governor Jerry Brown along with Brock long from FEMA toward the devastation in northern California on Wednesday and in southern California on Thursday, then governor Brown and Ryan Zinke went to the funeral of sergeant Ron helix who was shot and killed in the borderline shooting just a week ago as well. President Trump made the announcement that he'll be coming to California on Saturday. I think and I don't I don't know for sure. But I think that in at least in my memory, this'll be his first time back in California since he was just candidate Trump. So that's sort of significant he's going to be touring the devastation areas meeting with the victims. So that they can better prioritize where that federal money is going to come in the form of relief to these hundreds and thousands of people that are going to need it. So it's big Shane her because I'm just looking at some of the stats here as they've increased greatly over the last twenty four hours or so, Jennifer. The situation the people that I know I was talking to a friend of mine who lives outside of San Francisco mill valley, she said people go out of their houses, and the cough, and choke, and it's that's closer to the action. That fire actually is worse than what was in southern California in many ways. So and the jet stream is sort of grabbed that smoke as well. And moved it down. Interestingly enough and off up there people in Oakland masks in schools because not just from the Wolsey fire smoke. But obviously, they've got the fire. That's closer to them the campfire that was so big, and it's affected apparently Mexico some of the people that are walking to the American border complaining that they're breathing bad air. Yes. It's a tough day for the walkers. Eighteen. You let spend just a minute talking about sergeant Ron hill is I don't know if you guys did you guys have a chance to see any of the funeral services. I know a lot of it was televised. Certainly in California, all of the local news channels were televising it, but he was the he was the guy who went in I into borderline bar and grill last Wednesday night and came face to face with the shooter the shooter took his life, not obviously his own life. But also killed Ron. And the ceremony was absolutely beautiful. I thought I was I had it out of my office. And I was tearing up a little bit. Billy Ray Cyrus was there. He was playing amazing grace, and he played his head some gave all Jerry Brown. Was there Antonio's about who ran for congress? Eric Garcetti, the mayor and a bat a million it looks at least it looked like a police officers from around the country guy said he showed up for some. Well, it was outside of Los Angeles to be fair Ventura County, which is probably why it was there. But it was I just thought it was kind of interesting. They read a letter from his wife, his wife didn't want to get up and speak up for obvious reasons. I'm sure, but she was talking about how she met her husband in this letter that was read by their pastor from their church, and what I thought was so interesting and just so weird. You talk about synchronicity in our friend. Herb Geller and how we're so connected. And sometimes you don't realize how our storylines going to play out but on the day of his funeral. I think thirty something thirty years before they went on their first date, and then he proposed to her at a place called Charlie Brown's, which is now the borderline bar and grill where he lost his life. Gracie. Coincidence is there's a thing about energy. There's a thing about people who are together. Even if they aren't together at the energy that understanding the world of energy, and how it works is. A fascinating thing is very very good at explaining it. Having people understand even if you're not in somebody's life. You kind of are if there's a connection you don't burn the connection. You don't lose the connection. So as far as she's concerned or husband connection, even though he's energy's gone from his body. There's other energy is very heavy to tell you the quantum physics. That's involved in what happens outside of our lives. What some of the greatest minds in the modern era have figured out about energy equals MC squared. I think Einstein came up with that. It's all about energy, and how you don't displace it. It doesn't go away it takes different form. So there's not sometimes as much comfort in knowing that the people who were supposed to be together are together. They just is a reality is still sad when they depart, and especially in circumstances that are artificially created and that certainly was this circumstance this guy wouldn't doing his job. And it's it points out. How in certain circumstances of being a law enforcement officers very dangerous very dangerous though. Anyway, God love her and good luck to him on his journey today is international tolerance day day. For tolerance. Nineteen ninety-six. The first year of. The international day for tolerance. December sixteenth nineteen Ninety-six at the UN general assembly. The goal was and is to get educational institutions and the general public to see tolerance as a staple of society. Not sure we're doing a great job of it. Maybe we'll work at it a little bit harder or a different way. Because I don't see tolerance getting better in many areas of not on the our society. But around the world. U n declared a year for tolerance in nineteen ninety-five culminating in this event in November of nineteen ninety six. Tolerance is an interesting word tolerant being tolerant. What are you? If you apply. What are you apply it to be tolerant of lots of things? But I think here the vacation is to be tolerant of other people who come from different points of view, have different ideas. Look different differ religion. There are all kinds of ways as I say many many times frequently on the air. There are many reasons a lotta reasons easy reasons for us to separate ourselves and become our own tried. But it's people who are in lightened that understand that the genome project, which came the results came out about the same time. It's tolerance day the genome project, which examined thoroughly a lot of data I into the framingham heart study, but other things went into it as well. As to what the makeup is of all of us who live on this planet, and we are ninety nine point nine four percent. The same no matter the color of our skin. No matter our age. No matter what religion. We are. No matter how much money we have all of those things are bunkum in terms of the reality of us being the same. And I think it's fascinating you may. Or may not have seen this yesterday that a planet has been discovered not far from here in terms of light years. Like, we look at some of the things that NASA the various satellites starting with the Voyager in the seventies all the way out to see what's out in the heavens. But this planet that is almost completely earth like from what they can tell as only three or four light years away. So we think we're we are all special, and we are all different. But yet we are in our being special and our individual aspects of cool. We are very much the same. And I think this sort of thing that I think the way it's taught in school sometimes. Isn't really doesn't get to the nitty gritty of it. Come a lot of discussions here kind of artificially supervision about tolerance. It's at your very core. It's what you grow up believing. It's what your parents exercise, what is in your core existence? When you're young is what you're going to carry with you through your life, unless you decide if it's negative that you want to change it, and it takes work. It takes thought it takes process, and I don't mean to be a lecturer here. But I I this is one of the things that I feel strongly very strongly about and hope that we all can I don't think we need a day. We ought to be like this every day thinking of that's me, some of these. I don't like this guy you keep you you just make it just keeps going. Just because people, you know, for whatever the reason don't like somebody else. Yeah. It's it's pretty nonsensical considering the challenges that we have to keep the planet going being healthy a great place for our next generation or generations after us to come together. All of this fighting and fussing about nonsense ego control power. You know, it's just that it's Bs. I wanted to going to say bull. You know what? So okay now going to get off of my platform. Behind the bully pulpit and move onto the television news of the day. Jen, Jen, what are we have? What's good anybody? Watch anything really good this week. Finally. Because you know, me I never get to really watch TV. And then I do watch it. It's like fourteen months after it actually aired. But I started watching the rookie and. I have to say, I'm a little bummed. I okay. I love Nathan Fillion. I far in Arkham. Does it does? Five kids in it gets. Like, yeah. Keep your like it more the resource. Oh, it's not that. I don't like the show. The show is great. I just know what Nathan Fillion is capable of. And I know the cute personality that he could offer like he did and castle, and I feel that enough in the show, but. My mom said it gets better to it does. But how does he look he's he lost weight like he had to get in shape for this role as a cop? So I think he looks like the best he's ever looked. He's adorable. Douglas. Louis. What can drool we'll ever meet Nathan. I can't I can't be. That's it. It's not like, we'll never meet Nathan Fillion, right? Wink, wink. We had that around the dinner table. We did. We met Nathan Fillion. He was having us at the same table with version. Ron and the blonde who is the she was the hostess of the losing the weight, Allison Sweeney. Yeah. Yeah. Right. It's not the host of losing weight. Well, I can tell you John. He's a very good hugger. Two three times irregular on Cosmo. So he was he was one of our fun. Fearless males. Is the big like teddy bear, he put his arms around mean. We had a picture. But that's the closest I get like the full embrace. Really? Yeah. He he is a sweetheart picture floating around of you and me and Bergeroo onto somewhere. I remember that and Tom bridge, right? I don't think I have one earned in it. I would take wants from behind. So I can send him to my mom gets you. My mom seem to is that like a mom thing. We are invited. Quietly of celebrity very likable guy. Okay. Remember, he was you Jennifer you with me the morning he was on. And I asked him to define his success. And he said, I'm not an asshole. That was the answer to the question. Not. Is that now gets along? Takes direction he works. And that's it goes in after that. I know. Shaved to a taping of American Home videos, or whatever that funniest home videos, and I watched him as he did. And he does what most of them do when they're doing a taped show like that. They they have some moderate interchange with the audience, but it's measured. He comes out. Yeah. But he's also very good at capturing the moment..

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"herb geller" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

15:29 min | 2 years ago

"herb geller" Discussed on KGO 810

"Ten. And George Noory back with you on coast to coast along with herb Geller next hour, get your watches and your broken clocks together. We'll do an experiment with ory and see if we can get those working for you. But you're talking about how you were with really the leaders of Israel, golden my year are real showdown who ended up being the prime minister, and then went into a coma and lasted for longer than I ever thought. He would. But they they they recruited you, basically, didn't they? Yes, they introduced me to the head of Mossad they recruited me. And I started doing some work for them, which we want go into, but they basically didn't have the technology to test my abilities, and they picked up the phone and the coldest CIA, and it was a Siani a scientist called kid green. Who took the call? He basically talks about you in a fascinating documentary called the secret life before. Geller produced by the BBC on my website. You can all watch it. My website is already gathered dot com. And the ASTA CIA to test me they wanted to know they wanted information of how the mind works. How telepathy occurs and the nineteen seventy two I left Israel trae to California to Palo Alto to Stanford research institute, which is today Stanford University, and I went through rigorous laboratory controlled condition tests, and then I started working for the CIA doing stuff all over the place for them. But just about a year ago as you mentioned before the CIA released some of the documents that concern me, and it was amazing the twin, you know, the press too cold of the story any points worldwide. Yes. And in these documents, they showed drawings that I've done from you know, inside Faraday cages there. There was experiments where keep green held a book in his hand. Let's just remind our listeners that there were no mobile phones, then and no Twitter Instagram, and I basically drew what was in the book, and he also wrote on that page the word architectural, and I wrote the same word in Palo Alto in California. So, yup. That says answer that I worked very hard to we these agencies worldwide when you were in the United States touring, and you know, when I was watching you on television on the Johnny Carson show into were you recruited by the CIA at that time or afterwards. At that time. But then he, you know, kind of Trico into other areas where Senator Claiborne Pell who was the head of the American foreign relation committee flew to Geneva. We've ambassador max Kampelman next to me stood Al Gore, and I was instructed to bombard Yuli Vorontsov to sign the nuclear arms reduction treaty between America and Russia. Of course, I was briefed by by these people in London, and I got very close to your liver on. So I mean, I was inches away from his head. And I typically I know it sounds so far out and freaky in science fiction. But I did exactly that either Mbarga these mind to sign sign sign and the sign they knew the nuclear on redux three. Of course, they can't claim that. I it only happened because of me there are other. Elements involved, but I was definitely an instigator. I was in motivator, and I used these powers to convince the Russians to go ahead and signed the treaty about a year ago. President Trump release some JFK documents and then later on released some more there's still a lot that still have been suppressed Ori, but sure enough we we read that ori- Galar was asked to look at the JFK files. Yes, what happened is why I was working for some CIA operators, and my handler is in Mexico City. It was very kind of genius. How the got me into Mexico? I was introduced to the president of Mexico. Lopez politial and his wife. He's wife was kind of fell in love with the powers. And you know, she loved the power normal, the supernatural, and she arranged me television shows we're talking about the wife of the president of Mexico, and I was flying all over Mexico where their private jet and so on but parallel to that. I was asked to spy on the Russian embassy in Mexico City to see who goes in who goes out where they were there. American spies going in people who betrayed the country and so forth. And one of my tasks was to find out if Lee Harvey Oswald, actually visited that that embassy or consulate were there was some controversy about that. Because there was a picture of what was supposed to be Lee Harvey Oswald coming outside of the embassy. But a lot of people were he said that's not him. But so go ahead. Yeah. Well, that was my task was to tell them whether that was him or not. But there were more more and much deeper things in in Mexico that I did for the CIA. It was amazing. I actually loved it, by the way, I never got paid for this. I did it out of ideological reasons. And I love these show and cloak and dagger there, I wasn't Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin. Mike Douglas, and then yet I was doing the secret stuff for also for M I fife in in London. But by the way, you know, that the Johnny Carson show was a an amazing experience for me because it still talked about I was sitting there with Johnny Carson for twenty two minutes. Humiliated by hymns. I don't know if you know these I walked into a trap. They set you up. It was because. Johnny was a. As a small music magician on his own. So he was interested in trying to nail you. And then then he had what the amazing Randi with him. He wasn't very was also it was a setup. So I walked in into onto the shelf. You know, people tell me why we do the, Johnny. Carson you made it in America. So I was very excited to do the show. But there I sat I been to school in the hands of Ricardo Montalban if you remember him right movie, actor and the for Johnny wasn't bent enough. And I I was really kind of sweating and the only thought that rambled in my mind was already Geller. You're finished for twenty two minutes. She wanted me. And I went back to the hotel devastate you were upset I hear. Go to bed, and I thought that's it. I wake up tomorrow morning, and I'll pack up and go back to Israel. But if anything happened I wake up in the morning phone rings in my room, and the operator downstairs tells me that there's a man called Merv Griffin on the line. So I said you mean the Merv Griffin because I knew them I knew the names she says he says that's who he is. So see she switches on. And he says to me, Oregon. I watched you on Johnny Carson last night. I want my show this week. And that's when I realized that would Oscar Wilde said a hundred years ago. That there's only one worst thing in life than being talked about. And that's not being talked about you really holds. I realize that controversy is fantastic publicity. Yes. Skeptics didn't understand that the it was really Georgia skeptics Maiduguri Geller. They create the three around me the mystique around me. They created the the the arguments around the phenomenon spoon of telepathy and the more. They talked about me the more well known I became worldwide own I should send Randy thousand bouquets of flowers for creating and you know, my career he still kicking. He's ninety one years old. He's out there somewhere. I've tried to get him on the shore. He, but he just won't come because we deal with the supernatural in the paranormal, and he just doesn't wanna come. So we've. We tried. But I remember that Johnny Carson episode, and they he tried to get you. But, but you're right because after that, you were more well known my career took off after that show, and in you know, what I think that video I think it's also my website has like millions of us. Do you know how many hundreds of thousands of people you need to feel out the Shrine Auditorium? My guy any big baseball or football stadium. I mean, just to think that six million or seven million people viewed that video is amazing. That means that seven million people, whether they believe in me or don't believe you me heard the name, Oregon. So I am you know, I I say these shamelessly I'm in Israeli. So I have my hood spot. I'm a great publicist. I I was born in natural publicist whether you like it or not. And I always knew how to twist negative articles or negative TV shows to to be positive for me. I never read the negative articles. I measured them. I knew. Wow. This is a full page article about me. This is great. I just you know, all you have to see how much a full page ad in the New York Times. And then I knew that I'm getting that equivalent in money. That's right. So I roamed the world. It was a great cover for me the controversy because it allowed me to work secretly for CIA and other secret agencies. It was it was truly amazing. I when I would watch your work years ago. I would say to myself. Okay. The the argument is he's either an amazing magician or he's truly the mental est. That he says he is and in in everybody who has worked with you can't see the trick. If you're a magician. They can't see what you're doing. And I said to myself I said, there's no way that guy's a magician because nobody's that good. Nobody has that kind of sleight of hand will what I suggest first of all to our listeners out there. Don't be afraid to be controversial. You put yourself in a better position to be on the right side of history. And I looked at it that way, I always believed in myself. I always knew that what I was doing is true. I I'm I'm bending spoons from the age of five they're documentaries on my website, which is already gathered dot com where my mother talks about student bending, you know, my mother. Yes, when I was six seven eight years old. So. Where you have to be rational and logical. And then look at the scientific stuff I've done worldwide. I was tested. I know I'm boasting here, and I'm dropping names, but from professor Victor or vice golf who was a physicist who studied under Neal's bore who worked on the atomic bomb. I mean, tested me, George Edward Paik pointed to the president of the United States signs advisory. They tested me. I can name you from Edgar Mitchell. The astronaut right to miss him grades of scientists to put under controlled conditions where you can note cheap. You you just can't you're filmed medleys on the bell jars you cannot touch them and so forth. Edgar told me editor told me before he passed on or e that he was having lunch with you. And that you were having ice-cream he had lost his tie clip somewhere. He didn't know where it was in out of thin air it popped and you found it, and he went crazy. What if the nominee nice St. talk about it because he's type ties tight-lip leaper typing materialized simply in the coordinator of SRI Stanford research institute, and it kind of it was like fell out of the air or something out of the area hit the wall. And we all heard it. And then I picked it up. And we didn't know what he was. But then the other half George the other half of that typing appeared in my ice cream. You. I'm believable really incredible. But nevertheless, you know, that today I look back at the phenomenal spoon bending. And I I myself cannot believe how I managed to instill it into world culture. I mean, I know I'm dropping names mob, but George Clooney kind of semi played media movie. A Wilbur de Niro played a movie their bands singing about Oregon or incubus. You know, the matrix with canneries who learns how to bend distant from a child, and he says, there's no spoon at your mind Benz. So it it became a conic. It became kind of. Oh spoon-bending. Yeah. It's it's to do with the power of the mind, and I'm very proud for that. It's amazing feat. Did it surely is next hour. We'll take phone calls from our listeners orien- will do the experiment with the watches and clocks is well in so much more to talk with you about now during the Kennedy probe more. Did you not meet with Jackie Onassis at the time? Can can you share with us? Can you share with us what your conclusions were? Icon, but I can tell you what happened with Jackie. Something quite do. We have a few minutes. We've got a couple of minutes before the break short NFL. I metro New York. Of course, I went to a -partment a few times, I leave them fifty seven streets and she moved in central park..

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"herb geller" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

15:20 min | 2 years ago

"herb geller" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Noory back with you on coast to coast along with herb Geller next hour, get your watches and your broken clocks together. We'll do an experiment with ory and see if we can get those working for you. But you're talking about how you were with really the leaders of Israel, golden my year are real shut on who ended up being the prime minister. And then went into a coma and lasted for longer than I ever thought. He would. But they they they recruited you, basically, didn't they? Yes, they introduced me to the head of the Mossad recruited me. And I started doing some work for them, which we want go into, but they basically didn't have the technology to test my abilities, and they picked up the phone in the coldest CIA, and he was a CIA scientists called keep green who took the call. He basically talks about in a fascinating documentary called the secret life of. Geller produced by the BBC. And it's on my website. You can watch it. My website is already Geller dot com. And the ASTA CIA to test me, the they wanted to know they wanted information of how the mind works. How telepathy occurs and the nineteen seventy two I left Israel straight to California to Palo Alto to Stanford research institute, which is today Stanford University, and I went through rigorous laboratory controlled condition tests, and then I started working for the doing stuff all over the place for them. But just about a year ago. I ask you mentioned before the CIA released some of the documents that concern me, and it was amazing the twin, you know, the press too cold of the story any points worldwide. Yes. And. In these documents. They showed drawings that I've done from you know, inside Faraday cages there. There was experiments where keep green held a book in his hand. Let's just remind our listeners that there were no mobile phones, then and no Twitter Instagram, and I basically drew what was in the book, and he also wrote on that page the word architectural, and I wrote the same word in Palo Alto in California. So yep. That's Sav answer that I worked very hard to we these agencies worldwide when you were in the United States touring, and you know, when I was watching you on television on the Johnny Carson show you recruited by the CIA at that time or afterwards. At that time. But then he, you know, kind of trickled into other areas where Senator Claiborne Pell who was the head of the American foreign relation committee flew to Geneva. We've embassador max Kampelman next to me stood out gore, and I was instructed to bombard Hewlett Vorontsov to sign the nuclear arms reduction treaty between America and Russia. Of course, I was briefed by by these people in London, and I got very close to Yuli. So I mean, I was inches away from his head, and I tell I know it sounds so far out in freaky in science fiction. But I did exactly that IBM Mbarga these mind to sign sign sign and the sign they knew the nuclear arms reduction treaty. Of course, they can't claim that. I it only happened because of me there are other. Elements involved, but I was definitely an instigator. I was in motivator, and I used these powers to convince the Russians to go ahead and signed a treaty about a year ago. President Trump release JFK documents and then later on released some more there's still a lot that still have been suppressed or but sure enough we we read that Geller was asked to look at the JFK files. Yes, what happened is why and I was working for some CIA operators, and my handler is in Mexico City. It was very kind of genius. How the got me into Mexico? I was introduced to the president of Mexico. Lopez politial and his wife. He's wife was kind of failing love with these powers. And you know, she loved the power normally these supernatural, and she arranged me television shows we're talking about the wife of the president of Mexico, and I was flying all over Mexico where their private jet and so on, but but parallel to that. I was asked to spy on the Russian embassy. Mexico City to see who goes in who goes out where they were there. American spies going game people who betrayed the country and so forth. And one of my tasks was to find out if Lee Harvey Oswald, actually visited that that embassy or consulate where there was some controversy about that. Because there was a picture of what was supposed to be Lee Harvey Oswald coming outside of the embassy. But a lot of people were he said that's not him. But so go ahead. Yeah. Well, that was my task was to tell them whether that was him or not. But there there were more more and much deeper things in Mexico that I did for the CIA. It was amazing. I actually loved it, by the way, I never got paid for this. I did it out of ideological reasons. And I love this show business and cloak and dagger there, I wasn't Johnny Carson and the Merv Griffin. Mike Douglas, and then yet I was doing the secret stuff for also for my life in in London. By the way, you know that the Johnny Carson show was a an amazing experience for me because it still talked about I was sitting there with Johnny Carson for twenty two minutes. Humiliated by him. I don't know if you know, these I I walked into a trap. Yeah. Set you up. It was because Johnny was a us a small music magician on his own. So he was interested in trying to nail you. And then then he had what the amazing Randi with him. He wasn't very was also it was a setup. So I walked in into onto the show. You know, people tell me why you do the Johnny Carson you made it in America. So I was very excited to do the show. But there I sat I been to school in the hands of Ricardo Montalban if you remember him actor and the for Johnny wasn't bent enough. And I I was really kind of sweating and the only thought that rambled in my mind was already gallery you're finished for twenty two minutes. Humiliated me, and I went back to the hotel devastate you were upset I hear. On the bed. And I thought that's it. Wake up tomorrow morning, and I'll pack up and go back to Israel. But if anything happened I wake up in the morning phone rings in my room, and the operator downstairs tells me that there's a man called Merv Griffin on the line for. So I said you mean the Merv Griffin because I knew them I knew the names she says he says that's who he is. So see she switches him on. And he says to me where we get her. I watched you on Johnny Carson last night. I want you on my show this week. And that's when I realized that would Oscar Wilde said a hundred years ago that there is only one worst thing in life than being talked about. And that's not being talked about really holds. I realize that controversy is fantastic publicity. Yes. Skipped expedient understand that the it was really Georgia skeptics Maiduguri Geller. They they created the mystery around me, let me speak around me. They created the the arguments around the phenomenon spoon Spoon-bending of telepathy. And the more. They talked about me the more well known I became worldwide. I should send Randy at thousand bouquets of flowers for creating and you know, my career he's still kicking. He's ninety one years old. He's out there somewhere. I've tried to get him on the shore. He, but he just won't come because we deal with the supernatural in the paranormal, and he just doesn't wanna come. So we've we tried. But I remember that Johnny Carson episode, and they he tried to get you. But, but you're right because after that, you were more well known my career took off after that show, and in you know, what I think that video, and I think it's also my website has like millions of us. Do you know how many hundreds of thousands of people you need to feel up the Shrine Auditorium? Oh, my God eighty big baseball or football stadium. I mean, just to think that six or seven million people viewed that video is amazing. That means that seven million people. Whether they believe in me or don't believe you me heard the name, Oregon. So I I'm you know, I I say these shameless me I'm in Israeli. So I have my host spot. I'm I'm a great publicist. I was born in natural publicist whether you like it or not. And I always knew how to twist negative articles or negative TV shows to to being positive for me. I never read the negative articles. I measured them. I knew. Wow. This is a full page article about me. This is great. I just you know, all you have to do is see how much a full page ad costs in the New York Times. And then I knew that I'm getting that equivalent in money. That's right. So I roamed the world. It was a great cover for me the controversy because it allowed me to work secretly for CIA and other secret agencies. It was it was truly amazing. I when I would watch your work years ago. I would say to myself, okay. The the argument is he's either an amazing magician or he's truly the mental list. He says he is in in in everybody who has worked with you. Can't see the trick. If you're a magician. They can't see what you're doing. And I said to myself I said, there's no way the guy's a magician because nobody's that good. Nobody has that kind of sleight of hand will what I suggest first of all to our listeners out there. Don't be afraid to be controversial. You put yourself in a better position to be on the right side of history. And I looked at it that way, I always believed in myself. I always knew that what I was doing is true. I I'm I'm bending spoons from the age of five they're documentaries on my website, which is already Geller dot com. Where my mother talks about stone bending, you know, my mother. Yes, when I was six seven eight years old. So. Where you have to be rational and logical. And then look at the scientific stuff I've done worldwide. I was tested. I know I'm boasting here, and I'm dropping names, but from professor Victor or vice call who was a physicist who studied under Niels Bohr who worked on the atomic bomb. I mean, tested me, George Edward Paik pointed to the president of the United States signs advisory. They tested me. I can name you from Edgar Mitchell. The astronauts who I miss him of scientists to put me under controlled conditions where you can not cheap. You you just can't you're filmed medleys under bell jars you can touch them and so forth. Edgar told me editor told me before he passed on or e that he was having lunch with you. And that you were having ice cream. He had lost his tie clip somewhere. He didn't know where it was an auto thin air it popped and you found it, and he went crazy. What if the nominee nice still talk about it because he's type Thais tight-lip typing materialized simply in the coordinator of SRI Stanford research institute, and it kind of it was like cell onto the air or something out of the area hate to this the wall, and we all heard it. And then I picked it up. And we didn't know what he was. But then the other half the other half of that typing appeared in my ice cream. Swallowed. I'm believable really incredible. But nevertheless, you know, that today I look back at the phenomenon spoon bending. And I I myself cannot believe how I managed to instill it into world culture. I mean, I know I'm dropping names Nabu, but George Clooney kind of semi played meter movie. A Wilbert de Niro played meaner movie their bands singing about Oregon or incubus. You know, the matrix canneries learned how to bend from a child, and he says, there's no spoon at your mind Benz. So it it it became a conic. It became a kind of a oh Spoon-bending. Yeah. It's it's to do with the power of the mind, and I'm very proud for that. It's amazing feat. That in surely is next hour. We'll take phone calls from our listeners orien-. We'll do the experiment with the watches and clocks as well. And so much more to talk with you about now during the Kennedy probe. Did you not meet with Jackie Onassis at the time? Can can you share with us? Can you share with us what your conclusions were? Icon, but I can tell you what happened with Jackie. Okay. Something quite do. We have a few minutes. We've got a couple of minutes before the break short NFL, I met her in New York. Of course, I went to her apartment a few times. I leave them fifty seven streets and she can central park..

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"herb geller" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

14:31 min | 2 years ago

"herb geller" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"With you on coast to coast along with herb Geller next hour, get your watches and your broken clocks together. We'll do an experiment with ory and see if we can get those working for you. But you're talking about how you were with really the leaders of Israel, golden my year are real shut on who ended up being the prime minister. And then went into a coma and lasted for longer than I ever thought. He would. But they they they recruited you, basically, didn't they? Yes, they introduced me to the head of Mossad they recruited me. And I started doing some work for them, which we want go into, but they basically didn't have the -nology to test my abilities, and they picked up the phone and the colder CIA, and it was a CIA. Scientists called kick green who took the call. He basically talks about in a fascinating documentary called the secret life before we gather produced. By the BBC. And it's on my website. You can all watch it. My website is already Gallard dot com, and the ASTA CIA to test me they wanted to know they wanted information of how the mind works. How telepathy occurs and the nineteen seventy two I left Israel straight to California to Palo Alto to Stanford research institute, which is today Stanford University, and I went through rigorous laboratory controlled condition tests, and then I started working for the doing stuff all over the place for them. But just about a year ago. I asked you mentioned before the CIA released some of the documents that concern me, and it was amazing the twin, you know, the press to call this story any twin worldwide. Yes. And in these documents, they showed drawings that I've done from you know. Inside Faraday cages there. There was experiments where keep green held book in his hand. Let's just remind our listeners that there were no mobile phones, then and no Twitter Instagram, and I basically drew worked was in the book, and he also wrote on that page the word architectural, and I wrote the same word in Palo Alto, California. So. Yep. That's answer that I worked very hard to we these agencies worldwide when you were in the United States touring, and you know, when I was watching you on television on the Johnny Carson show into were you recruited by the CIA at that time or afterwards. At that time. But then he, you know, kind of trickled into other areas where Senator Claiborne Pell who was the head of the American foreign relation committee flew to Geneva. We've embassador Mexican Pullman. Next to me stood Al Gore, and I was instructed to bombard Yuli Vorontsov to sign the nuclear arms reduction treaty between American Russia. Of course, I was briefed by by these people in London, and I got very close to Yuli Vorontsov. I mean, I was inches away from his head. And I tell it perfectly. I know it sounds so far out and freaky in science fiction. But I did exactly that IBM bartered his mind to sign sign sign and the sign they knew then you answered action treaty. Of course, I can't claim that. I it only happened because of me there are other inmates who vote, but I was definitely an instigator was in motivator, and I used these powers to convince the Russians to go ahead and signed a treaty about a year ago. President Trump release some JFK documents and then later on released some more there's still a lot. That still have been suppressed Ori, but sure enough we we read that Giller was asked to look at the JFK files. Yes. What happened is why was working for some CIA operators? And my handler is in Mexico City. It was very kind of genius. How the got into Mexico? I was introduced to the president of Mexico. Lopez politial and his wife. He's wife was kind of fell in love with these powers. And you know, she loved the power normal in the supernatural. And she arranged me television shows we're talking about the wife of the president of Mexico, and I was flying all over Mexico where their private jet and so on, but but parallel to that. I was asked to spy on the Russian embassy. Mexico City to see who goes in who goes out wherever they're American spies going in. People who betrayed the country and so forth. And one of my tasks was to find out if knee Harvey also actually visited that that embassy or constantly where there was some controversy about that. Because there was a picture of what was supposed to be Lee Harvey Oswald coming outside of the embassy. But a lot of people were he said that's not him. But so go ahead. Yeah. Well, that was my task was to tell them whether that was him or not. But there were more more and much deeper things in in Mexico that I did for the CIA. It was amazing. I I actually loved it, by the way, I never got paid for this. I did it out of ideological reasons. And I love this show business and cloak and dagger there, I wasn't Johnny Carson and the Merv Griffin. Mike Douglas, and then yet I was doing this secret stuff for also for I fife in in London. But by the way, you know, that the Johnny Carson show was a an amazing experience for me because it still talked about I was sitting there with Johnny Carson for twenty two minutes. Humiliated by him. I don't know if you know these I walked into a trap. Yeah. They stay set you up because Johnny was a us a small music magician on his own. So he was interested in trying to nail you. And then. Then he had what the amazing Randi with him. Yeah. It wasn't very was. It was a setup. So I walked in into onto the shelf people tell me, why would we do the, Johnny? Carson you made it in America. So I was very excited to do the shell. But there I sat I've been to school in the hands of Ricardo Montalban if you remember him. The actor and the for Johnny wasn't bent enough. And I was really kind of sweating and the only thought that rambled in my mind was already finished for twenty two minutes. Humiliated me, and I went back to the hotel devastate you were upset I hear culturally the bed, and I thought that's it. I wake up tomorrow morning, and I'll pack up and go back to Israel. But if anything happened I wake up in the morning phone rings in my room, and the operator downstairs tells me that there's a man called Merv Griffin on the line for. So I said you mean Zimmer Griffin because I knew them are you the names she says he says that's who he is. So see she switches him on. And he says to me we Geller. I watched Johnny Carson last night. I want you on my show this week. And that's when I realized that would Oscar Wilde said a hundred years ago that there's only one worse thing in life than being talked about. And that's not being talked about you really holds. I realize that controversy is fantastic publicity. Yes. Skeptics didn't understand that the it was really Georgia skeptics may do we gather? They they created the mystery around me the mystique around me, they created the the the arguments around the phenomenon spoon bending of telepathy and the more. They talked about me the more well known I became worldwide own I should send Randy a thousand bouquets of flowers for creating and you know, my career he's still kicking. He's ninety one years old. He's out there somewhere. I've tried to get him on the shore. He, but he just won't come because we deal with. The supernatural and paranormal, and he just doesn't wanna come. So we've we tried. But I remember that Johnny Carson episode and the he tried to get you. But the, but you're right because after that you were more well known my career took off after that show an in. You know, what I think that video I think it's also my website has like millions of us. You know, how many hundreds of thousands of people you need to fill up the Shrine Auditorium. My guy a big baseball or football stadium. I mean, just to think that six million or seven million people viewed that video is amazing. That means that seven million people, whether they believe in me or don't believe you me heard the name orig Eller. So I I'm you know, I say shamelessly, I'm in Israeli. So I have my spot. I'm a great publicist. I I was born in natural publicist whether you like it or not. And I always knew how to twist negative articles or negative TV shows to to be positive for me. I never read the negative articles. I measured them. I knew. Wow. This is a full page article about me. This is great. I just you know, all you have to see how much a full page ad cost in the New York Times. And then I knew that I'm getting that equivalent in money. That's right. So I roamed the world. It was a great cover for me the controversy because it allowed me to work secretly for CIA and other secret agencies. It was it was truly amazing. I when I would watch your work years ago. I would say to myself. Okay. The the argument is he's either an amazing magician or he's truly the mental illness that he says he is and in in every. Who has worked with you can't see the trick? If you're a magician. They can't see what you're doing. And I said to myself I said, there's no way that guy's a magician because nobody's that good. Nobody has that kind of sleight of hand will what I suggest first of all to our listeners out there. Don't be afraid to be controversial. You put yourself in a better position to be on the right side of history. And I looked at it that way, I always believed in myself. I always knew that what I was doing. If is true. I I'm I'm bending spoons from the age of five they're documentaries on my website, which is already our dot com. Where my mother talks about student bending, you know, my mother. Yes, when I was six seven eight years old, so. Where you have to be rational and logical. And then look at the scientific stuff I've done worldwide. I was tested. I know I'm boasting here, and I'm dropping names. But from professor Victor, vice Vizquel who was a physicist who studied under Neils Bohr who worked on the atomic bomb. I mean, tested me George Edward fake pointed to the president of the United States signs advisory. They tested me. I can name you from Edgar Mitchell. The astronaut right to on this of scientists to put it under controlled conditions where you can not cheap. You you just can't you're filmed medleys under bell jars you kind of touched him and so forth. Edgar told me editor told me before he passed on or e that he was having lunch with you. And that you were having ice cream. He had lost his tie clip somewhere. He didn't know where it was not a thin. Air it popped and you found it, and he went crazy. What a phenomenon nice t talk about it because he's type p ties tight-lip typing materialized simply in the coordinator of SRI Stanford research institute, and it kind of it was like fill out of the air or something out of the area hit this the wall, and we all heard it. And then I picked it up. And we didn't know what he was. But then the other half George the other half of that typing appeared in my ice cream. You almost swallowed. I'm believable really incredible. But nevertheless, you know, that today I look back at the phenomenon spoon bending. And I I myself cannot believe how I manage to instill it into world culture. I mean, I know I'm dropping names mob, but George Clooney kind of semi played meter movie. A Wilbert de Niro Clayton in a movie there bands singing about regather incubus. You know, the matrix canneries learn how to bend student from a child, and he says, there's no spoon at your mind Benz. So it it it became a conic. It became a kind of. Oh spoon-bending. Yeah. It's it's to do with the power of the mind, and I'm very proud for that. It's amazing feat. Insure is next hour. We'll take phone calls from our listeners orien- will do the experiment with the watches and clocks as well. And so much more to talk with you about now during the Kennedy probe. Did you not meet with Jackie Onassis at the time? Can you share with us? Can you share with us what your conclusions were? I calmed, but I can tell you what happened with Jackie something quite do. We have a few minutes. We've got a couple of minutes before the break shirt couples meetings in LA metro New York, of course, I went to a -partment a few times, I leave fifty seven th street and she lived in central park. But she was the person who pushed Andre up riches book through.

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"herb geller" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"herb geller" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"And that's when he don't do me that he's basically, I'm a trigger. I'm a capitalist. I mean, a neighbor to the power of the mind of. Just ordinary people. Well, when you were on the radio show with me, you started watches and clocks all around the world, and people just were just aghast. It was amazing. I I met Geller back in nineteen ninety seven and Saint Louis. He was an invited guest at the Jewish community center. Do you remember remember that time Ori? Yes. I do. Just a great time. The place was packed in. I got reason formation and had him on my local show when I was the Nighthawk, and we've stayed friends ever since lots of things have been going on in your life, and we'll get into that Aretha while you're with us. But the big story that has started to come out has been the C I A recruiting you a long long time ago. What did they want with you? Okay. Well, it all started. When I was thirteen years old. I lived in Cyprus Nicosia, we left because my parents, divorced. My mother remarried a Hungarian Jew leaving cassia which is a capital of Cyprus, and he added tiny bed and breakfast type of hotel with thirteen rooms and Mossad. These running tangent services, they found out that we are from Israel. So they basically turned the hotel into two Mossad safehouse so spies would come into the hotel. They would check on her, you know, teachers jail archaeologists, but they were really Mossad agents that we're from Cyprus where flying out to Syria and Jordan Egypt. Iraq to spy, and there were problems in Cyprus. If I remember during that time period because I always used to remember them talking about Supriyadi fighting with Greek. People. And there was something going on there wasn't there. Oh, yeah. There was a civil war. It was it was just awful. But I was when I when I came to Cyprus, I was only eleven I didn't know English. And I so people blown up. I I mean blood oozing out of morgues, I've seen everything curfews bombs exploding. So being at that age, it really changes your life. So I went through this whole war. The Greeks were killing the brief the British soldiers the Turks were killing the Greeks. But why no this was going on? I was I befriended him Saturday agent who told me to you know, run errands for him. He would send me letters. We she didn't allow me to open. But my task was to jump on the bicycle in psycho them to the consulate in these really consulate anyhow, the reason I told you these stories because I already was excited about you know. The the the life of spy, I love spy movies. So to make a long story short when I became kind of well known in Israel. I met Tom golden Meyer who was trying to administer. And she produced me to our Sharon, you know, these all of your generals in the I'll read and introduced me to intelligence community, and they started using my abilities hold on right there. Or we're going to take a break, and let's come back and pick that up right from there because you truly were in the middle of all that with some of the leaders of Israel who stayed leaders for a long long time. We'll be back in a moment with herb Geller. The paranormal is the mental us next on coast to coast AM. The coast website is now streamline for mobile devices. Great news, if you're a coast insiders simply want to enjoy our website on.

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"herb geller" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"herb geller" Discussed on KTRH

"When he don't do me that it's basically I'm trigger. I'm a catalyst. I mean, a neighbor to the power of the mind of just ordinary people. Well, when you were on the radio show with me, you started watches and clocks all around the world, and people just were just aghast. It was amazing. I I met Geller back around nineteen Ninety-seven and Saint Louis. He was an invited guest at the Jewish community center. Do you remember remember that time Ori? Yes, I do. And just a great time. The place was packed in. I got reason formation and had him on my local show when I was the Nighthawk, and we've stayed friends ever since lots of things have been going on in your life, and we'll get into that. While you're with us. But the big story that has started to come out has been. The CIA recruiting you a long long time ago. What did they want with you? Okay. Well, it all started. When I was thirteen years old. I live in Cyprus Nicosia we left because my parents, divorced. My mother remarried Hungarian Jews leaving me cassia, which is a capital fibrous guess, and he had a tiny bit and breakfast type of hotel we thirteen rooms and Mossad these rent intelligence services, they found out that we're from Israel. So they basically turned the hotel into into moss have safe house. So spies would come into hotel. They would check under, you know, teachers geology archaeologists, but they were really Mossad agents that we're from Cyprus where flying out to Syria and Jordan Egypt. Iraq to spy, and there were problems in Cyprus. If I remember during that time period because I always used to remember them talking about Supriyadi fighting with Greek. People. And there was something going on there wasn't there. Oh, yeah. There was a civil war. It was it was just awful. I was when I when I came to Cyprus, I was only eleven I didn't know English. And I so people blown up. I I mean blood oozing out of morgues, I've seen everything curfews bombs exploding. So being at that age, it really changes your life. So I went through this whole war. The Greeks were killing break the British soldiers. The Turks were killing the Greeks, but wine all this was going on. I was I befriended Mossad agent who told me to you know, run errands for him. He would send me letters. We she didn't allow me to open. But my task was to jump on the bicycle in psycho them to the consulate in these really complex, anyhow, the reason, I told you these stories because I already was excited about you know. The the the life of office spy, I love spy movies. So to make long story short when I became kind of known in Israel. I met Tom go the Meyer who was a minister. And she produced me to Aric, Sharon, you know, these all your generals in the alright Suren introduced me to the intelligence community. And they started using my abilities. Hold on right there already. We're gonna take a break, and let's come back and pick that up right from there because you truly were in the middle of all that with some of the leaders of Israel who stayed leaders for a long long time. We'll be back in a moment with herb Geller. The paranormal is the mental is next on coast to coast AM, the coast website is now streamlined for mobile devices. Great news, if you're a coast insider or simply want to enjoy our.

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"herb geller" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

11:34 min | 2 years ago

"herb geller" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Seventy WFL a one zero two point nine south Tampa. Hey, and welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you. We're going live to Israel are your friend Geller will be with us, the world's most investigated and celebrated paranormal list, he's famous around the globe, pours mind-bending, psychic powers, and has led a very unique life shrouded in debate controversy mystery or he has been studied by scientists worked with Albert Einstein worked with the FBI. The CIA has been a pupil of Salvador Dali also is related to Sigmund Freud, and here he is live in Israel. Hello, my friend. How are you? Hey, I'm fantastic, George. Thanks again for inviting me onto your show. Yes. I mean, Israel, aiming and very unusual little I can't even call it a town because it's so small, but it's old Jaffa. Now, maybe many of our listeners right now have traveled to Israel have been all Jaffa. But this place is about six thousand. Years old. We both tiny apartment here twelve years ago and asked him speaking to you, I'm looking out the window, and I can see the Russian church in front of me. I can see down by the. Mediterranean and mosque in. I can see the C three hundred sixty degrees and Tel Aviv is perched just under our window. It's it's an incredible of you, and that's a little south of Tel Aviv. But it's pretty close to Tel Aviv. Isn't it? It's very close to Tel Aviv. We walk every day into Tel Aviv. It takes us about twenty five minute. Walk from old Jaffa to the borders of Tel Aviv in and from there. Another fifteen twenty minutes, and you're in central Tel Aviv. So fantastic location, and you know, Georgia. We lived forty eight years abroad. I was taken out of Israeli nine hundred seventy two by the CIA. We their arrangement through the Mossad. I we lived in New York for ten years. And then we do we we left New York. And we went to England we lived in London and in a tiny village called Sonning on Thames right outside London. In two and a half years ago. My wife hunting, we basically decided to come back to Israel. And there is always a burning can't get away yearning desire. It's I think it's spiritually nature that brings almost every Israeli back home to his homeland. So we made that move. And now, we're very very happy living here, you know, Jaffa. Oh, that's great. I know about a week ago for some reason something just hit me and said, George you haven't you haven't emailed arena while getting back on the show, and you were really receptive in here. You are. But I've got to tell you a great story you've been on the program a couple times, but a couple of years ago when you were on with me, you did an experiment where you had people bring their watches and clocks that were working to hold by the radio in you did this incredible thing, and I got emails that night and for the following week from people who said, oh my God. My watch is working. It hasn't worked in years. The funny part about all this is is years later. We re ran part of that program on our weekend shows, and I started getting emails from people after that saying George my watches or working my clock is working and I'm going what's going on. Here was on two years ago. And it didn't dawn on me that we had rerun that show a couple of days before that the power of what you did was unbelievable. Yes. You know, George. Thinks that when I am on television or radio, and when I ask people to bring broken house appliances, broken won't use old clocks, and by the way, we can if you wish we can repeat the same experience. So people think that he's actually my energy that flies through the Airways. And and they come out of the radio and television. But it's really not what I do. He's I'm simply trigger. I'm I'm simply a capitalist to the power of the mind of our listeners or the viewers on big TV shows. This is actually what started my career in a very unusual way. I was on the BBC nineteen Seventy-three. It was my first big television show and the handed me fork to bend. And I don't know why. And what made me do this? But I looked into the camera. And I said everybody at home going get your schools. Broken watches. I didn't realize that I sent around ten million people to the kitchen because everyone wanted to experience this phenomenon. I was no one believed that spoons and forks are going to bend and watches. We've come alive, but they nevertheless, they brought a spoon they brought broken watches and pocket watches, and I mean, it was massive. And then I did my my thing. I said one-two-three work we scream three times one two three work work work and lo and behold, the phenomenon phenomena occurred exactly what happened to you people from all over England Wales and Scotland in Ireland, you know, there you didn't have been, you know, Twitter and FaceTime, and you you just didn't have the internet. There were no mobile phone old fashioned black phone, and what happened is the BBC's telephone system. Couldn't take the hundreds of thousands of calls from people all across Britain, and he'd collapsed and the next day. Of course, I was kind of the most famous person in in England, they use scrapers ram headline stories or regather puts England in a bent. So for years, George. I thought that I did it. I really believe I omitted energy that seeks grow can clocks and bend spoons. But the day I discovered that I was wrong was in in Los Angeles. In UCLA, and Dr Thelma moss me to her class. And of course, I did my my act, and I left when I didn't know George is it she secretly recorded me. And I went back to New York two weeks later, she took that heavy video. Remember those videos in nineteen seventy four seventy five seventy six and she put that in her video record air. She invited a new set of pupils students with broken watches and lo and behold there watches started taking from that video. Now, she calls me New York. And she tells me worry you just fix broken watches. Dose angeles. And I said no way what are you talking about? I mean, New York, I didn't even know that you you're doing this experiment. And that's when he don't on me that he's basically I'm a trigger. I'm a catalyst. I mean, a neighbor to the power of the mind just ordinary people. Well, when you were on the radio show with me, you started watches and clocks all around the world, and people just were just aghast. It was amazing. I I met. Hurry Geller back, and we're all nineteen Ninety-seven and Saint Louis he was an invited guest at the Jewish community center. Do you remember remember that time Ori? Yes, I do. And just a great time. The place was packed in. I got reason formation and had him on my local show when I was the Nighthawk, and we've stayed friends ever since lots of things have been going on in your life, and we'll get into that Aretha while you're with us. But the big story that has started to come out has been. The C I A recruiting you a long long time ago. What did they want with you? Okay. Well, it all started. When I was thirteen years old. I lived in Cyprus Nicosia, we left because my parents, divorced. My mother remarried and Garin Jew leaving cassia, which is a capital cypress, and he added tiny bed and breakfast type of hotel with thirteen rooms and Mossad. These running tangent services, they found out that we are from Israel. So they basically turned the hotel into is into Mossad safehouse so spies would come into the hotel. They would check under, you know, teachers geology archaeologists, but they were really Mossad agents that we're from Cyprus where flying out to Syria, and Jordan and Egypt and Iraq to spy and there were problems in Cyprus. If I remember during that time period because I always used to remember them talking about Supriyadi fighting with Greek. People. And there was something going on there wasn't there. Oh, yeah. There was a civil war. It was it was just awful. But I was when I when I came to Cyprus, I was only eleven I didn't know English. And I so people blown up. I I I mean blood using out of morgues, I seen everything curfews bombs exploding. So being at that age, it really changes your life. So I went through this whole war. The Greeks were killing the British soldiers Turks were killing the Greeks. But why no this was going on? I was I befriended Mossad agent who told me to you know, run errands for him. He would send me letters. We she didn't allow me to open. But my task was to jump on the bicycle in psycho them to the consulate in these rainy conflict. Anyhow. The reason I told you the stories because I already was excited about, you know, the the life of a spy, and I love spy movies. So to make a long story short when I became kind of known in Israel, I met Tom the Meyer who was a minister, right? And she produced me to Aric, Sharon, you know, these are all your generals in the alright and introduced me to intelligence community, and they started using my abilities hold on right there. Or we're going to take a break, and let's come back pick that up right from there because you truly were in the middle of all that with some of the leaders of Israel who stayed leaders for a long long time. We'll be back in a moment with herb Geller. The paranormal is the mental is.

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"herb geller" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

11:20 min | 2 years ago

"herb geller" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Mind-bending, psychic powers, and has led a very unique life shrouded in debate controversy mystery or he has been studied by scientists who worked with Albert Einstein worked with the FBI. The CIA has been a pupil of Salvador Dali also is related to Sigmund Freud, and here he is live in Israel. Hello, my friend. How are you? Hey, I'm fantastic, George. Thanks again for inviting me onto your show. Yes. I'm in Israel. I mean, and very unusual little I can't even call it a town because it's so small, but it's old Jaffa. Now, maybe many of our listeners right now have traveled to Israel have been an old Jaffa. But this place is about six thousand years old. Wow. We both tiny apartment here twelve years ago and asked I'm speaking to you. I'm looking out the window, and I can see the Russian church in front of me. I can see down by the Mediterranean and most can I can see the C three hundred sixty degrees and Tel Aviv is perched just under our window. It's it's an incredible of you. And that's a little south of Tel-Aviv, but it's pretty close to Tel Aviv. Isn't it? It's very close to Tel Aviv. We walk every day into Tel Aviv. It takes us about twenty five minute. Walk from old Jaffa to the borders of Tel Aviv in and from there. Another fifteen twenty minutes, and you're in central Tel-Aviv. So it's a fantastic location, and you know, Georgia we lived forty eight years abroad. I was taken out of Israeli nineteen seventy two by the CIA. We their arrangement through the Mossad. I we lived in New York. Talk for ten years. And then we we left New York, and we went to England we lived in London and in a tiny village called Sonning on Thames right outside London and two and a half years ago. My wife hunting, we basically decided to come back to Israel, and there is always a burning. You can't get away urinating desire. It's I see spiritually nature that brings almost every Israeli back home to his homeland. So we made that move. And now, we're very very happy living here, you know, Jaffa. Oh, that's great. I know about a week ago for some reason something just hit me and said, George you haven't you have an emailed arena while getting back on the show, and you were really receptive. And here you are. But I've got to tell you a great story you've been on the program a couple times, but a couple of years ago when you were on with me, you did an experiment where you had people bring their. Watches and clocks that weren't working to hold by the radio in you did this incredible thing, and I got emails that night and for the following week from people who said, oh my God, my watches working. It hasn't worked in years. The funny part about all this is is years later. We re ran part of that program on our weekend shows, and I started getting emails from people after that saying George my watches or working my clock is working and I'm going what's going on. Here was on two years ago. And it didn't dawn on me that we had rerun that show the couple of days before that the power of what you did was unbelievable. Yes. You know, George people think that when I am on television or radio, and when I asked you to bring broken house appliances, broken won't use old clocks, and by the way, we can if you wish we can repeat the same experience. So people think that he's actually my energy that flies through the Airways. And and they come out of the radio and television. But it's really not what I do. He's I'm simply trigger. I'm I'm simply a capitalist to the power of the mind of our listeners or the viewers on big TV shows. This is actually what started my career in a very unusual way. I was on the BBC nineteen Seventy-three. It was my first big television show, and they handed me a fork to bend. And I don't know why. And what made me do this? But I looked into the camera. And I said everybody at home going get your students get broken watches. I didn't realize that I sent around ten million people to the kitchen. Because everyone wanted to experience this phenomenon. I will no one believed that spoons and forks are going to bend in watches. We've come alive, but they nevertheless, they brought a spoon they broke broken watches and pocket watches, and I mean, it was massive. And then I did my my thing. I said one-two-three work we scream three times one two three work work work and lo and behold, the phenomena occurred exactly what happened to you people from all over England Wales and Scotland in Ireland, you know, there you didn't have been, you know, Twitter and FaceTime, and you you just didn't have the internet. There were no mobile phone old fashioned black phone, and what happened is the BBC's telephone system. Couldn't take the hundreds of thousands of calls from people all across Britain. Him and he collapsed and the next day. Of course, I was kind of the most famous person in in England. They used acres ram headline stories already Geller puts England in Abend. So for years, George I thought that I did it. I really believe I admitted and energy that fix broken clocks and bend spoons. But the day I discovered that I was wrong was in Los Angeles. UCLA and Dr Thelma moss. Me to her class. And of course, I did my my act, and I left what I didn't know George is it she secretly recorded me. And I went back to New York two weeks later, she took that heavy video. Remember those videos in nineteen seventy four and seventy five in seventy six and she put that in her video record air. She invited a new set of pupils students with broken watches and lo and behold there watches started taking from that video. Now, she calls me New York. And she tells me you just fix broken wall. Angeles. And I said no way what are you talking about? I mean, New York, I didn't even know that you're you're doing this experiment. And that's when he don't me that it's basically I may trigger. I'm a catalyst. I mean enabler to the power of mind of just ordinary people. Well, when you were on the radio show with me, you started watches and clocks all around the world, and people just were just aghast. It was amazing. I I met Geller back in. We're nineteen Ninety-seven and Saint Louis. He was an invited guest at the Jewish community center. Do you remember remember that time? Yes, I do. And just a great time. The place was packed in. I got reason formation and had him on my local show when I was the Nighthawk, and we've stayed friends ever since lots of things have been going on in your life, and we'll get into that or eat while you're with us. But the big story that has started to come out has been. The CIA recruiting you a long long time ago. What did they want with you? Okay. Well, it all started. When I was thirteen years old. I lived in Cyprus Nicosia, we left because my parents, divorced. My mother remarried Hungarian Jews living in cassia, which is a capital of Cyprus, and he had a tiny bed and breakfast type of hotel we thirteen rooms and Mossad these renting tangent services, they found out that we are from Israel. So they basically turned the hotel into is into Mossad safehouse so spies would come into the hotel. They would check under, you know, teachers geology archaeologists, but they were really Mossad agents that we're from Cyprus where. Flying out to Syria, and Jordan, Egypt and Iraq to spy and there were problems in Cyprus. If I remember during that time period because I always used to remember them talking about Supriyadi fighting with Greek people, and there was something going on there wasn't there. Oh, yeah. There was a civil war. It was it was just awful. But I was when I when I came to I was only eleven I didn't know English. And I so people blown up. I I mean blood oozing out of morgues, I've seen everything curfews bombs exploding. So being at that age, it really changes your life. So I went through this whole war. The Greeks were killing the break, the British soldiers Turks were killing the Greeks. But why all this was going on? I was I befriended in Mossad agent who told me to you know, run errands for. For him would send me letters. We she didn't allow me to open. But my task was to jump on the bicycle in psycho them to the consulate in these really complex, anyhow, the reason, I told you these stories because I already was excited about, you know, the the the life fulfill office spy, I love spy movies. So to make a long story short when I became kind of with known in Israel. I met Tom go Meyer who was administered. Right. And she produced me to Aric, Sharon, you know, these all your generals in the Rick Suren introduced me to the intelligence community. And they started using my abilities hold on right there. Or we're going to take a break, and let's come back and pick that up right from there because you truly were in the middle of all that with some of the leaders of. Of Israel who stayed leaders for a long long time. We'll be back in a moment with herb Geller. The paranormal is the mental us next on coast to coast AM. The coast website is now streamline for mobile devices. Great news, if you're a coast insider or simply want to enjoy our website.

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"herb geller" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

07:51 min | 2 years ago

"herb geller" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Of our your, hidden power show today I'm Doug Stephan now along with hurry Geller Mr. fire motivator mind master having, a lot, of attention. In Europe the Middle, East given to him as a matter of fact I just saw. Something about you being on television but you're always on television so it probably isn't. Anything new what what did the all. I know what it was but I think we talked about last week. That Turkey the guys from. Turkey there were filming your new the museum that you're doing there and how it. Was connected to the old Ottoman empire right Yes correct but you, know I was, also I know. I'm showing smell CBS the, morning show on Sunday all right yes yes yes, I remember this was about. The CIA and the American government. Getting? Involved with their power? Psychology experiments and how the, use psychic to help them old story that's been around, you you have been known around the world for, having done that for what thirty years forty years how long ago did they start doing that Yeah that's true but you know Wendy. Rebroadcast the show it means that the ratings were very high means people are interested? So the. Rebroadcast show I think it was last year Showed it again Sunday but nevertheless are. You told me that you could open a. Video I just had to the power, of the mind but I sent you a little, clip of a mosque and curtain timing today he gets four or five times a day. There is a prayers call to prayer which is called the. Scene, where a. Muslim appropriately somebody, who has a good deep loss does a coal for prayer in the older days they. Used to go climb, up on the on the tower Minaret and. There. Were no microphones you know a hundred years. Ago or fifty years ago so they, kind of used to shoutout pray out loud but, today you have huge without skirts so you can hear these prayers. I actually liked it, I live in old Joshua and they're quite a few boss Spread around and whenever the call for prayer comes. Up you know your. Notes right because that could blow your ears but if you're Quarter for bile away from eight very beautiful so I, feel doubt and I, sent? Back to you and you know. The power prairie Sprayer Jewish gray or the Muslim prayer the Christian, prayer the. Booty sprayer I a great believer into power prayer and a lot of people who actually Are believers and let's, say they're in, they're not feeling, well the power prayer cap cure sometimes, doctors will tell you that Egypt Fiedler But he doesn't matter what it. Is the problem is here's here's the problem with doctors and. Lawyers and people who have a. Certain bracket around life and their, understanding they understand and no one thing and they don't want to they're not comfortable, expanding their mind so when things this weekend I this is what I really wanted to get your thoughts on the the Hawking's institute which was developed by. Stephen Hawking's and have long said that you know the earth can't sustain itself in the universe will blow up and it'll go away there is a collaborative work being done, by NASA and these people that does institute which has not, necessarily proven but suggests strongly. That before the universe, that we, now, have which. May started with a big bang nineteen billion Years ago there was another universe there was. Just like this one and before that there was another universe how do we even wrap our minds around thinking, in those terms when we seem to spend a lot of, our time thinking about the mundane sides of life Think about the fact using your mind that, we can you even do you know Doc Although, I I always say that I'll brings all by the most powerful computers in the, universe but it's something that is, coding finicky You did Cigarette, like down adopts, the symbol a universal no end you can't. Do. That no, and mean you cannot. Understand finicky 0 means that there's no end to, inner space even an, inner space and there's no end to. Outer space and when I say, inner space, for instance when you, write to we, depend too and you look at the tip of, the lead You know Object that light on, the Baker Just imagine that inside there. There is no end of universities you can traveling to inner space never end and exactly the. Same with our. Cosmos in, universe there's, no end so yeah you're right is very difficult even for our mind to comprehend undisputed Dewilder about what he's no end because am such a huge believer in other universities in parallel universes on, a huge legally life. After, death energy. Cannot be destroyed therefore life continues so I believe that we will enter those realms of confraternity when we. Pass over to the other. Side and that's. Wraps wear mind mind is up I don't explain don't complain Don't explain don't that's a good motto to have actually it is it is so different we try, to 'cause maybe that's. The, ego we. Wanna know because everything grooves around us one wonders why God gave us whatever that power is this gray. Than we are the whole. Notion of ego. You ever think about that Yes of course I think that we as human beings and animals You know it is very DNR chromosome, system in our, DNA our character analogies are on oral our, energies and, you know that's kind. Of how strong with the ego but hey in the bigger, picture dog let. Let let us all open our minds and believe and maybe pray and if you don't, believe in the property or take a look, at it, that way maybe send your mind out into our space breakback. Coast. David formation and you your life will get better and better Yep. All right words of wisdom from herb Geller his website. You are I g. e. l.. L., e. r. Geller dot, com here on your hidden power last well I think the current your hidden, power show. Podcast, focuses on. A conversation that I had with psychic Vincent Jenna Who, explains to all of us how to overcome false self lies. A. He found himself blessed with a keen psychiatric meeting medium ship ability. As a kid came with a lot of responsibility and. He realized that quickly every time. He, works with a client, he does forget that he holds their souls in his hands while he's working, with them.

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"herb geller" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"herb geller" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"With short, completion windows instead of important tasks with larger outcomes because important tasks or more? Difficult further away we are like this is sorta always. Talking about before we want gratification as as human beings we want to, be patted on the. Head bellies rubbed and told that. We're doing a good job and that happens when you. Finish urgent task for at your work for example. What can. We come up with an example of here on the. Radio program how How we. Feel better, if we do one good story sometimes we say okay we had a good? Hour Is that better. More rewarding, than looking. At a total program or. A whole week or home. I throw whole year broadcasting. Of, course it is that's how your brain works you don't agree. With that you don't think that's true yeah. I, think but that's just whatever's because it's top of mind. It's what you're in in the president's urges yeah whatever you're doing right now is more important than I it's like if you're driving to a place the left and right turns you. Make are more important than what you're. Ultimately destination is going to be. Until you get, to, the destination he really thinks Oh Get to the destination if you're not making the, right you don't focus on the way media. Stuff so each turn is a. Victory is that what you're? Saying if you get to the right, spot? Then. Yes All right so I don't know I find this stuff I. I'm always fascinated, with how the brain works and how people interpret some of these things as to what the end result is and then I, go to my business of the rear view. Mirror versus the windshield why it's. Bigger what's in front of? You is much more important than what's, behind? You When you, think if, that's your ultimate, theory then if that's what your theory is in life than the turns along the way would be there 'cause you may never make it to you can't think about the future if you're just focusing on the now so the now decisions yeah every one of those it's like the people make the argument oh it's fate really inch. Its fate real and are are we predestined to be in a. Certain place, in our life and live a certain type of, life while some people believe that it's a kind of a. Hybrid thing that maybe there is an ultimate plan for, us set out by the universe God. Or whatever you believe that the little decisions that you make every single. Day it's the butterfly effect that affects every single thing in your life. And ultimately. Maybe you're going to. End up somewhere that's predestined, but you need to make those choices all along the way you can't just sit at a stop sign and say I'm gonna. Get to my ultimate destination you have to make the choice to hit the pedal. After you stop? Hopefully hopefully you're already sitting at a stop sign is what I said Yeah right Right so the marshmallow experiment was also on gratification was done in the sixties at, Stanford University where a lot of these member herb Geller loves hurry actually was part of this whole thing for those of you don't know herb Geller is someone that has been famous for. Fifty years he started out life as a spoon bender has become a great motivation. On speaker he's been great friends for. Fifty effort twenty five years needs on one.

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