Chrissy Teigen calls for 'witchcraft' to aid in pregnancy

Supermodel Chrissy Teigen, wife of "All of Me" crooner John Legend, is now pregnant with her second child. Like many mothers, Teigen is enjoying the journey of pregnancy, but she cannot help but complain about the headaches it brings.

Teigen's headaches are so bad that she even wrote on Twitter (@chrissyteigen) that she needs witchcraft to combat it. "I love being pregnant. I like it more than not being pregnant. But the headaches, my god the headaches. Someone...please help. Don't say water. Or Tylenol. Or iron. Or magnesium. I need witchcraft," she said.

(PHOTO: Twitter/Chrissy Teigen)Chrissy Teigen complained about the headaches she's having during her second pregnancy.

A lot of netizens suggested the use of essential oils, ice baths, and even herbs such as rosemary and sage. A woman commented, "I often suffer from headaches and find that a little peppermint oil, diluted in a Carrier oil, on the temples and a good head massage really helps me!"

Teigen might only be writing in jest about witchcraft, but Pastor Rodney Howard Browne of The River at Tampa Bay said in an October sermon that Hollywood is heavily influenced by the occult, Charisma News reported.

"They sacrifice children at the highest levels in Hollywood. They drink blood of young kids. This is a fact. That's why the next thing to be exposed will be all the pedophilia that is going to come out of Hollywood and come out of Washington, D.C. The human sacrifice and the cannibalism has been going on for years," Browne said.

Browne added that Hollywood tries to make witchcraft look fun and appealing. A lot of celebrities even engage in occult practices before they make films. "Many of the Hollywood actors that you go see on a screen, what you don't know, they bring a witch, they do a big seance right there on the set, and they worship devils, and they allow devils to come into them before they take the part of what they're going to act. It's a fact, what I am telling you," he said.