Help Ex-DECAPITATED Frontman Adrian ‘Covan’ Kowanek To Get New Medical Device

Adrian Covan Decapitated

In 2007, former DECAPITATED frontman Adrian “Covan” Kowanek was involved in an accident with a truck carrying wood in Gomel, on the Russia/Belarus border. Band’s drummer Witold “Vitek” Kieltyka and Kowanek were seriously injured. On 2 November 2007, Vitek died from his injuries from the accident.

Kowanek suffered from cardiac arrest and cerebral hypoxia, which left him paralyzed and confined to a wheelchair.

Now, crowdfunding campaing for Kowanek has been made to collect money for a new medial device called “Healy,” which should help to re-establish a healthy connection between the organs and the Information Field.

Donations can be made at this location, with full statement from crowdfunding page, made by Paula Wehbe, can be read below:

As my previous 2 fundraisings, this one will have a goal to achieve too. If you don’t know Adrian, he used to be the vocalist of the Polish death metal band Decapitated and recorded the album Organic Hallucinosis with them in 2006. In 2007, the band had a tour bus accident in Russia that led to the death of their drummer Vitek and the injury of Adrian. He suffers from cerebral hypoxia and is totally paralyzed since then.

The therapists and Adrian’s father are always looking for new devices that may help improving Adrian’s current situation. Recently, they found a medical device called “Healy” : this device will help to re-establish a healthy connection between the organs and the Information Field. This is a crucial connection for healthy living and it is one which gets distorted or lost as we suffer trauma like Adrian did.

For more information about how this device works, you can check these two following links:

– rb.gy/qcivoz

– http://healy.eu/

For Christmas, i would like to help Leszek (Adrian’s father) to get him Healy. Any extra money we get, it will be used for Adrian’s monthly expenses (therapists, check ups…)

Thanks to everyone who helped to get the wheelchair last December and i’m hoping some people will help again by donating and/or sharing!