The opening week of football, hurray, autumn is coming and soon, as our ancient ancestor knew, the veil between the heavens and earth will be thin and spirits from the other-side will be close at hand. Yes, the witching season, and speaking of witch -- pun intended, did you see that Tom Brady has retired from football after twenty-three seasons and seven Super Bowl wins; yes, the greatest quarterback to ever play the game of American Football, which is why he is called the G.O.A.T (Greatest Of All Time) -- not to be confused with Baphomat, the Sabbatic Goat worshiped by the Knights Templar, or is he?... Seems some think so.
That's right, conservative radio host Rick Wiles -- and many other Christian talk guys and girls -- are saying the former wife of Brady, Gisele Bundchen, is a witch, and after reading today's blogpost, don't be surprised to find out you are too.
The conservative talk guy, Rick Wiles, says:
“It’s obvious Tom Brady has no spiritual discernment at all. It’s obvious that he’s spiritually lost. He’s being led through life by a witch. He thinks it’s cute. He thinks it’s — pardon the pun — charming. And he thinks it works, because he keeps winning.”
Wiles goes on to say the country as a whole is embracing Satan and “crazy juice,” instead of God and the Bible.
Okay, so let's see why Wiles calls Gesele, the former Super Model, a witch.
The Married to a Witch accusation seems to have begun when Brady the GOAT said in an interview:
"I've learned a lot from my wife over the years. She's so about the power of intention, and believing
things that are really going to happen and she always makes a little
altar for me at the game, because she just wills it so much. So she put
together a little altar for me that I could bring with pictures of my
Okay, the "altar" thing is the catch phrase I am assuming caused Conservative Talk Guy to say, "Brady is being led through life by a witch."
And, well, he might be right, and if he is, so what? What's wrong with being a witch? Since when is that a bad thing?
The witch in question, Gisele Bündchen, met Tom Brady the GOAT in December 2006—a year after breaking up with Leonardo DiCaprio— Gisele and the GOAT were set up on a “blind date” by their mutual friend Ed Razek, the former CMO of Victoria’s Secret’s parent company and much-criticized mastermind of its Angels. The minute Bündchen laid eyes on Brady at West Village wine bar Turks & Frogs, “I knew right away,” she told this magazine in 2009.
At this time Brady the GOAT had only won three Super Bowls and could have retired with the same accolades as other Hall of Fame quarterbacks such as Troy Aikman, Terry Bradshall, and Joe Montana. Three Super Bowls wins as a quarterback gets you in every time. But after hooking up with Gisele, Brady was just getting started, in the year they married he threw an unprecedented 50 touchdown passes and led New England to the first 16–0 regular season in history. Then he went on to be in seven more Super Bowls, and win four more.
In a 2019 Vanity Fair interview article, Gisele gives her side of the story. She tells us how she energizes her home with solar power, grows her own food, does yoga, meditates, has rescue dogs, believes in guardian angels, has tarot cards, and most damning of all, burns incense on an altar.
The article goes on to state how Gisele used to believe in fairy tales, but not anymore. “No one is going to come save you,” Bündchen says. “Never give your power away to nobody. This is your life. This is your movie. You are the director on it. If you want to call me a witch because I love astrology, I love crystals, I pray, I believe in the power of nature, then go ahead.”
|Even Bozo says: "I'm a witch boys and girls!"