Tom Brady Attributes His Wife’s Witchcraft to Helping Him Win Super Bowl

During last year’s Super Bowl, Tom Brady became the first NFL quarterback to win five Super Bowls. Just two weeks ago, Brady made it six wins for the New England Patriots. Most athletes attribute hard work, dedication, and a positive attitude for their success. Some will even thank God. But days after his latest Super Bowl win, Tom Brady gave credit to his wife’s witchcraft.

Brady’s wife of 10 years, Gisele Caroline Bündchen, is an actress and model from Brazil. It’s no secret that Gisele was one of the highest paid supermodels in the world, but until now, many have not realized that she also actively practices witchcraft.

The comments were made during a charity event at Gillette’s World Shaving Headquarters in South Boston where Brady was asked, “Was there any special thing you carried into the game on Sunday that you had tucked away somewhere?”

While reclining in a chair and getting his beard shaved off, Brady responded, “I’ve learned a lot from my wife over the years.”

He went on to describe to the crowd of reporters and others in attendance how his wife sets up an altar at the game and has him wear a necklace that contains healing and protection stones. “She’s so about the power of intention and believing things that are really going to happen,” he said.

Brady said that four years ago his wife told him, “You better listen to me. This is your year, but this is all the things you’re going to have to do to win. And I did all those things, and by God, you know, it worked. It was pretty good.” That year the Patriots went on to defeat the Seattle Seahawks.

He went on to say that his wife accurately predicted the New England Patriots would lose the Super Bowl against the Denver Broncos in 2016. She had also predicted that the Patriots would win in 2017 against the Atlanta Falcons.

In January, a month before that game he had asked his wife if she thought they had a chance. She told him they did have a chance, but it was going to take a lot of work and that once again, he would have to listen to her. After winning that game Brady’s wife said, “You’re lucky you married a witch. I’m just a good witch.”

Along with the altars, and the healing and protection stones, Brady’s wife also instructs him to take special drops and say certain mantras. “I stopped questioning her a long time ago. I just shut up and listen,” laughed Brady.

As he spoke, the crowd in the background began to laugh along with him but despite the laughter Brady sounded dead serious. This is quite sad considering that in 2015 Brady gave credit to the team chaplain, Jack Easterby, for clinching the AFC title and then going on to win the Super Bowl. Easterby’s website, “The Greatest Champion” encourages viewers to accept the greatest champion of all — Jesus Christ — who hung on the cross and resurrected from the dead.

However, in another interview in 2015, Brady stated that he and his wife were not affiliated with one certain religion and that they were “into everything.” He went on to say, “I don’t know what I believe. I think there’s a belief system, I’m just not sure what it is.”

In 2012, Brady’s wife reportedly sent out an e-mail asking friends and family to “pray” for her husband during the game against the New York Giants. She didn’t ask them to pray to God, however. She instead used New Age language, asking for positive energy to be sent his way and to envision him as being happy and fulfilled.

The “prayers” didn’t work, as they ended up losing. Now, however his wife seems to have found another form of power to enable her husband’s success.

The healing and protection stones that she has him wear are straight from the occult. According to one witchcraft site, “Stones have a long association with witchcraft being used by witches for many magical purposes. Stones, gems and crystals contain their own unique powers and energies that can be used to influence differing occult functions. Many contain healing properties; some are used for protection and to ward off evil.”

Father Peter West of St. John’s Catholic Church in Orange, New Jersey added his two cents on Twitter stating, “Tom Brady was baptized as a Catholic, but his real religion is paganism. He attributes his Super Bowl wins to his wife’s witchcraft.”

NFL fans either love or hate Tom Brady, but one thing is certain, he and his wife are operating in darkness. Hopefully one day they will see the light.


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