Now that I'm older and more venerable and wise (ahem...) I've embraced my role as Powwow Doc or, more specifically, the Hex Man. In the past two years alone I have removed more hexes and curses than I have in the previous ten years! This tells me that the world is getting uglier and the stakes are higher than they've ever been. If we are to survive in this new, harsher world, we need to be willing to step up, do whatever is necessary, and not feel regrets or guilt about it. So here I am, the Hex Man, and if you need me, let me know.
I make no apologies about how or why I break curses, nor do I sugar-coat anything. This is not a fluffy love and light kind of tradition. Hex and anti-hex work requires guts and getting your hands dirty. It requires us to sometimes walk the fine line between God and the Devil, between light and dark, between salvation and damnation. If you are ready to take that step, then contact me and we can talk.
I've always embraced the "hexerei" side of myself. Back in 2005 I made a sign to advertise my powwow work and labeled myself as "Braucher, Hex". This hasn't changed. Thirteen years later I am still that same man, only older and wiser and much more experienced in the work of hexing and un-hexing. I've spent my entire life from age 13 to now learning about magic and witchcraft and powwow and hexes and spells... And it's time to put it all to good use.
If you've been verhexed, contact me. Together we will destroy the hex and destroy the one who verhexed you. If you want to learn how to become a Hex Doc, then contact me. I'm here to share what I know. It's a tricky path, and it's not for everyone, but it's here for you if you have the calling.