Uri Geller claims aliens are preparing to finally make contact with Earth.
The famous psychic reckons extraterrestrials have been been watching us years and it's now time to say hello.
"I think they are studying us. I don't know what they really want," he exclaimed to The Sun newspaper.
"But I think they are preparing us for contact for the Steven Spielberg [Close Encounters of the Third Kind] scenario of landing and it's going to be spectacular.
"They will probably land on the White House lawn or somewhere. All our science fiction films about alien encounter will come true."
That would be a pretty spectacular occurrence if it did happen and no doubt there would be plenty of people who would want to nuke them before they could do anything to us.
However, Uri hasn't got a shadow of a doubt that the aliens who will visit are 'gentle'.
Geller said if they were an antagonistic bunch of space dwellers then we would have been wiped out years ago.
When asked how long Uri's prediction will take before it comes true, the Israeli-born spoon bender said it could be in the next century.
"I don't think we are talking about thousands or even hundreds of years," he believes. "If I had to guess, a rational and logical guess, I would say 60 to 75 years it's going to happen."
In addition to being gentle, they've apparently been generous.
Uri said: "I believe extraterrestrials have been visiting our planet - some of the monuments around the world such as Stonehenge were built with acoustical energy by extraterrestrial knowledge that was given to the locals.
"The Pyramids in Egypt and Easter Island in Chile as well. There is no doubt that they were built with higher knowledge."
The belief in extraterrestrials has been slowly moving from a conspiracy theory to something much more concrete.
There have been loads of unexplained phenomenon as well as videos showing aircraft seemingly defying the laws of physics or gravity that have piqued people's interests over the years.
Incredibly, NASA released a report that certainly leaves the door open for a belief in aliens.
While the space agency hasn't found any credible information yet that extraterrestrials exist, they are now 'working together with a goal to find unmistakable signs of life beyond Earth'.