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Written by Jeff Wagg   

James Randi discusses Uri Geller's reversal as Geller is now almost admitting that he is a magician.

Randi also speaks about how in 1975 he offered Geller an out. He told Geller that he would assist Geller in becoming a well known illutionist if he would admit that he was not a genuine "psychic". Geller ignored that offer and continued on claiming he was genuine.

James Randi discusses Uri Geller's reversal as Geller is now almost admitting that he is a magician.

Randi also speaks about how in 1975 he offered Geller an out. He told Geller that he would assist him in becoming a well known illutionist if he would admit that he was not a genuine "psychic". Geller ignored that offer and continued on claiming he was genuine.

There is also mention of how many academics suffered from the so called "Geller Effect". Geller promised these researchers that he was genuine and they believed him, only to later realize that he was lying and their careers suffered.