What is a “vampire”?
Posted October 04, 2019 06:04:03 A couple of weeks ago, we brought you the story of a girl whose vampire was not actually a vampire, but an angel of light who was supposedly cured of his curse.
This week, a New Zealand man is seeking to bring back to life a girl with the same condition as that girl, according to local media.
As reported by The Jerusalem Report, the man, named as Richard Koepp, has filed a petition to bring a girl named Tameka back to her life.
Tamekela is in her early twenties and suffers from a condition that she calls “vampires curse.”
She is a student in Auckland who suffers from anorexia, anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder.
In December 2016, Koeppel said that he believed that Tameeka was cured of her condition, but was unable to find any proof of that.
In March 2017, the girl posted on Facebook that she was having a seizure and was receiving a transfusion from a nurse who she said was an angel.
But in March 2017 and again in May 2017, Kueppel said the girl was unable “to live her life normally.”
In September 2017, she told a doctor that she had been cured, but that she could not remember when or how.
In October 2017, Tamekas parents found her in a room in her home in the Auckland suburb of Cairns, in what they said was her home.
They asked for an ambulance to be called, but it was not dispatched until March of 2018, according a statement on her Facebook page.
A week later, she died.
According to The Jerusalem report, the couple who discovered her condition were also unable to track down any evidence of a cure.
In the meantime, Kiepp has been trying to convince people to donate money to pay for Tamekas medical expenses, which is a legal right in New Zealand.
Koeppe was able to raise a total of $6,000 to pay Tamekeras medical bills, according Toi, the website that manages the crowdfunding site GoFundMe.
The site does not offer refunds.
Kieppe also has the support of several of his fellow Kiwi Christians, who have started a crowdfunding campaign on the site to raise money for Tames expenses, and he has also raised money through other avenues.
The Jerusalem Record reported that a GoFundMingle event was held last month, with donors paying $100 to help pay for medical bills.
Kuepp told The Jerusalem Times that he is also looking to raise funds for a “real angel” in the form of a scholarship fund.
“I want her to be able to go to university and go to college and do all these things that we all want her not to do,” he said.
“But she can’t do that.”
This is not the first time that people have raised funds for TAMEKA, however.
In September 2018, a crowdfunding page for a schoolgirl named Alice had nearly $50,000 in pledges, and more than $10,000 had already been donated to help her with her medical expenses.
She was diagnosed with a rare form of mitochondrial disease, which affects the cells that make mitochondria.
In 2017, a man named David said that TAMEKELA had also been cured.
In 2018, another man, Daniel Rauhala, said that she too was cured.
But Koeppa said that the girl’s parents have not heard from Tameika’s parents, and that the boy’s parents told him that they have not seen their daughter since February.
In June 2018, the Jerusalem Post reported that Koepping’s crowdfunding page had raised more than half a million dollars by the time of publication.
In addition to raising money for her medical bills and her college education, KOEPP said that his goal is to use his own money to finance the purchase of a real angel.
“We need to fund this for a real person who can live a life of faith, but we can’t fund it through a crowdfunding site,” Koeppo told The New Zealand Herald.