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Gareth Bale’s Free Kick Thwarted by Magic Spell Caster Tal Ben Haim

Just when you think you have seen it all:


Watch Israel’s Tal Ben Haim bewitch the ball about to be kicked by Wales’ Gareth Bale

Interestingly, there are more examples of magical gestures being used on the pitch, in sports. For example, there is a story about anchor gestures used in cricket to relieve stress. You can even invent them yourself, much like one can create one’s own mudra. And all of those examples have a lot in common with the creation of magical spells

This player, Tal Ben Haim II, is worth a google… according to Wikipedia he has only played for Israeli teams and has played for Israel a number of times. Well, nothing else really stands out, so this incident with Bale is really his best claim to fame so far.

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1 Comment

  1. According to the world of spells and black magic what that footballer did was really among the spells taught to someone so that he can divert or interfere other persons concentration on what he is going to do but the words said must have been told to him by a magic spells caster and those words only interfere a single person so that means Tel Ben Haim visited or contacted a magic spells caster and his intention was only to interfere Gareth Bale

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