Spoon-bending illusionist Uri Geller made some bizarre claims last week. According to him, aliens will help in boosting human life span by teaching people how to eradicate all diseases.

He said that the visitors from outer space would help humans unlock mysteries of seemingly incurable diseases that would allow everyone to live much longer, reported Daily Star. The 75-year-old tweeted on Jan. 28 that a "baby born today in his or her life time, they will meet aliens who will teach us how to eradicate all diseases." Then he claimed that life span of humans will go to "220 years average.”

Last week, the paranormal expert warned the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to prepare for a mass alien invasion of Earth “soon." According to him, Australian scientists mapping radio waves who found a huge energy source 4,000 light years away might have come across the chit-chat of “superior” beings from outer space.

He noted that it’s "unlike anything astronomers have seen before," and said that "this is connected to alien intelligence way superior than ours."

According to scientists, they have never seen anything like the "spooky" new phenomenon before, reported Mirror. They think it could be a neutron star or white dwarf, which are collapsed cores of stars, with a powerful magnetic field known as a magnetar. The object was "appearing and disappearing over a few hours during our observations," said astrophysicist Dr Natasha Hurley-Walker, from Curtin University, Australia. She said that it was "kind of spooky for an astronomer because there’s nothing known in the sky that does that."

Last month Geller said that he was convinced aliens are preparing to "make contact" with humans. He said that aliens will "probably land on the White House lawn or somewhere." He added that the "science fiction films about alien encounters will come true."

Apart from aliens, last year, he also spoke about spirits. He told a journalist that he would help Scotland beat England in the Euro 96 tournament by summoning Robert The Bruce's spirit, reported Daily Record. He claimed that he would move "the ball with his mind" to help England seal a 2-0 win against Scotland in the tournament.

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