Tom Brady Says Superstitious Gisele Bundchen Has Him Using ‘Protection Stones’ – And It Works

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  1. TimeWarpWife

    TimeWarpWife Well-Known Member

    BOSTON (CBS) – Six-time Super Bowl winner Tom Brady, as he had his playoff beard shaved off for charity on Thursday, reflected on how wife Gisele Bundchen has used some unconventional methods to help him stay so successful.

    “You know I’ve learned a lot from my wife over the years,” Brady said, leaning back in a barber’s chair at Gillette’s World Shaving Headquarters in Boston. “She’s so about the power of intention and believing things that are really going to happen.

    Brady said Bundchen “always makes a little altar for me at the game because she just wills it so much,” complete with pictures of his children.

    “And I have these little special stones and healing stones and protection stones and she has me wear a necklace and take these drops she makes, I say all these mantras,” Brady said. “And I stopped questioning her a long time ago. I just shut up and listen.”

    Brady said at first he thought “this is kind of crazy,” but it worked.

    “About four years ago we were playing the Seahawks and she said ‘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,” Brady said.

    Bundchen also predicted that 2015 would not be Brady’s year, he remembered, and sure enough that season for the Patriots ended disappointingly in the AFC Championship game.

    But early this year, Brady asked if he had a chance to win it all and he got the answer he was seeking. (See

    Quoting Brady, "...and by God, you know it worked...." I can assure Mr. Brady that God had nothing to do with any of this as these things are occultic and the Bible clearly warns us to have nothing to do with the occult. Nothing against any Patriots fans here, but I don't think much of Mr. Brady or his coach, Bill Belechick, because in my opinion they are both cheaters and should have been banned from ever playing football again. This just adds to my opinion of Mr. Brady being an immoral, unethical person whom I have no respect for, but I do pray he and his "good witch" (she calls herself this) wife both do get saved before it's eternally too late. I also have serious concerns about how popular he is and the influence his occultic rituals are going to have on kids who are going to emulate what he does, believing it will help them to win. :tsk
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  2. Kaatje

    Kaatje Well-Known Member

    Sounds amazingly much like the conversation Adam could have had with Eve.
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  3. SonSeeker

    SonSeeker Well-Known Member

    Hmm, somehow I think it was Eve who started the conversation, though.

    But, back to the OP:
    100% RIGHT ON!!:thumbup

    But, what's even worse is his comments on the occult, and what an impression that could make on youngsters, or oldsters, who worship the ground he walks on.:frust
  4. tinyprayers

    tinyprayers Well-Known Member

    I would say anyone who worships the ground TB walks on is already lost.

    Looks like Gisele witch has programmed Tommy boy just right.
    Hey Tom? Just remember, when your marriage fails and your joint equity is calculated in the divorce math, especially after this little admission of yours, repeat this mantra: "Half!"
  5. billy swinea

    billy swinea Well-Known Member

    I quit watching football over the disrespect for the flag and the anthem! EVEN THE COWBOYS. Now I see them for what they are. Spoiled little rich childish wife beaters and drug users! With a few good follers of the LORD IN THE MIX. I guess I need to pray for them more.
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  6. lenraff

    lenraff Well-Known Member

    Just another tool of Satan as are all sports. imo
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  7. Andy C

    Andy C Well-Known Member

    Brady is probably the best ever at his position, but maybe he should keep it simple and stick to deflating footballs.:D
  8. Andy C

    Andy C Well-Known Member

    Yes, no one should make any sports star an idol.

    Not that it matters, but Gisele Bundchen, his wife, is worth approx twice as much as Tom is.
  9. Andy C

    Andy C Well-Known Member

    There are many, many Christians who play sports. And of course there are also many lost people.

    Im not so sure sports are a tool of satan. Organized sports have saved many kids from the perils of the streets.
  10. lenraff

    lenraff Well-Known Member

    Correction: And Sports IDOLS.
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  11. Kaatje

    Kaatje Well-Known Member

    You mean that in a monetairy sense, Andy? the matter of her judgement?

    Sorry, couldn’t help myself. Just kidding. :cool:
  12. lenraff

    lenraff Well-Known Member

    AndyC, a brief history of sports;
    "To begin with, what has been recorded or documented in the history of sports takes us back at least 3,000 years. ... Ancient Greece introduced formal sports, with the first Olympic Games in 776 BC, that included sports such as human and chariot races, wrestling, jumping, disk and javelin throwing, and more."

    IMO, Sports are a pagan invention created to give glory to man and amuse and entertain the heathen. As a modern society, we indoctrinate our young into this godless endeavor in lieu of training for God's service. God's people were raised in the family trades and taught the scriptures all their life and continued the heritage of God's chosen people. Our culture has become so paganized that we are numb to what truly pleases the Father, separation from the world. BTW, why does the NFL play on Sundays? Just an Observation.
  13. Andy C

    Andy C Well-Known Member

    My personal feeling on sports is I will run my race to win.
  14. TimeWarpWife

    TimeWarpWife Well-Known Member

    How I long for the old days when things at least made some sense and football was just a game.
    Last edited: Feb 12, 2019
  15. usoutpost31

    usoutpost31 Well-Known Member

    I don't find there anything wrong with sports in and of themselves; they're a good source of exercise, bring a sense of community and togetherness, etc. And they can be played informally; most people aren't playing for money or in stadiums full of screaming people.

    As a man made creation, they're still susceptible to man made problems; greed, exploitation and commercialism has corrupted and dominated both pro and amateur sports.
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  16. Everlasting Life

    Everlasting Life Through Faith in Jesus

    We should send a stone with Rev 2:17 enscribed on it: “Anyone who has an ear should listen to what the Spirit says to the churches. I will give the victor some of the hidden manna. I will also give him a white stone, and on the stone a new name is inscribed that no one knows except the one who receives it.
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