Illusionist Uri Geller has vowed to “telepathically” stop Brexit in an open letter addressed to Theresa May.
The TV personality said he “admired” the prime minister but felt “physically and very strongly” that most Britons were against the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.
He wrote: “I feel psychically and very strongly that most British people do not want Brexit.
“I love you very much but I will not allow you to lead Britain into Brexit.
“As much as I admire you, I will stop you telepathically from doing this – and believe me I am capable of executing it.”
Geller appealed to Mrs May to stop the Brexit process before he takes a “drastic course of action”.
He also claimed that his power has been “validated” by the CIA, MI5 and Israel’s intelligence agency Mossad.
Geller, whose current home is in Israel, used to live in the prime minister’s Maidenhead constituency.
He added in his letter that he had known Mrs May for 21 years and she had previously visited his home.
He said: “Three years before you became prime minister, I predicted your victory when I showed you Winston Churchill’s spoon on my Cadillac, which I asked you to touch.”
It appears his psychic meddling has not stopped there, as he claimed he is using the power of his mind to ensure that “Jeremy Corbyn never gets the keys to Number 10 Downing Street”.
The Israeli-British illusionist is best known for his trademark spoon-bending trick and was popular in the 80s for his apparent psychic powers and telepathy skills.
Mrs May is expected to table a third vote on her Brexit deal next week, but there are fears it will once again be rejected by MPs.