Uri Geller carried out a number of missions for the CIA and other intelligence services. Here, he goes into detail about some of these very unusual activities, including the use of telepathy on a Russian official at a very crucial moment in some sensitive negotiations. He goes more deeply into these stories than he has before. Whitley and Uri discuss, among other things, the study that the CIA’s Dr. Kit Greene did of him, and where it led.
He also talks to Anne Strieber about tumors and visualization, which then leads to the classic "Uri" experience that Anne describes in her most recent diary.