Star psychic Uri Geller: "I will help mast objectors"

WORLD famous psychic Uri Geller has stepped in to support campaigners who are trying to stop a mobile phone mast from being built near three Harrogate schools.

Speaking exclusively to the Harrogate Advertiser, the celebrity said he believed everything possible should be done to stop masts being built near homes and schools and he pledged his personal support to Campus members who are fighting plans to build a 3G mast on Claro Road.

"The practice of putting mobile phone masts near schools should be outlawed and I am appalled that the Government is giving permission for such masts to go up in areas like this," he said.

"My knowledge of the danger of masts leads me to believe that anyone living near them is endangering their lives. I believe they can cause many ailments, especially in children whose skulls are so much thinner than those of adults, and there is no doubt in my mind that these masts radiate low frequency waves which sooner or later will damage people's health.

"I'm willing to do anything I can to help the Harrogate campaigners and protect the health and well-being of these children."

Mr Geller, who shot to fame in the 1970s when he demonstrated his ability to bend spoons using the power of his mind, was contacted by Harrogate mast protester Jean Bowman after he appeared on a TV stitch up programme.

Programme makers pretended to build a mobile phone mast close to his home and Mr Geller, unaware that he was the subject of a prank, reacted strongly and immediately called his lawyers.

Campus member Mrs Bowman, who has been a staunch campaigner against the Claro Road mast, saw the programme and wrote to Uri Geller to ask for his help.

"Within a day he was on the phone to me," said Mrs Bowman.

"He told me he was convinced phone masts were a major health risk and he said he would do anything he could to help us."

Mrs Bowman, who moved her five-year-old daughter away from one of the schools affected by the mast at Christmas because of concerns about the risks to her health, said the celebrity's involvement was a welcome boost to the campaign.

"I sometimes feel that because we are just ordinary parents our opinions will be ignored, so having someone high profile behind us is wonderful," she added.

The campaigners expect to hear the outcome of their latest appeal against the mast in mid June.

20 May 2005


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