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DN Claim: “In 2001 I  was  victimized by what is referred to as “nonlethal” technology. I belive I am now on technology called computer/brain interface. When I close my eyes I see inside what I believe to be a Quantum- physics based computer screen due to nanotechnology which has been placed in my inner eyelid.  According to an article at, DARPA is researching placing “brains” on computer chips. I can testify that this technology has been implemented as of 2001 and it was used on me. One of the first computers I used to see into was reportedy operated by Lawrence Livermore Laboratory. The second one was owned by Michael Aquino. I was told by Aquino that various satanic cults were going to abuse me as a gesture for the millenium. I believe that the computers accessing me are similar to Quantum computer.” (May 11th 2009 blog post at 11:25pm, misquoted in-text as May 8th 2009).

Reality: Napolis’ description of visual imagery in her “inner eyelid” is closer to self-generated eidetic imagery rather than nanotechnology or quantum computers. The eidetic imagery explanation also fits Napolis’ interest in lucid dreaming methodologies, drawn from New Age interpretations of Tibetan Buddhist praxis. There is no independent evidence that a computer/brain interface exists beyond its depiction in science fiction films; that Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory or Michael Aquino own this purported technology (LLNL’s computation and supercomputing facilities are used for simulations of disease epidemics and nuclear explosions); nor that Napolis is being targeted in any way. The article clearly states that DARPA‘s research program is at the stages of blue sky/conceptual research and basic R&D, with a 10-20 year timeframe speculated as a longrange possibility, rather than “implemented as of 2001 and it was used on me.” Napolis’ claim that, “I was told by Aquino that various satanic cults were going to abuse me as a gesture for the millennium,” illustrate her Satanic Ritual Abuse worldview, and differs remarkably from Aquino’s Church of Satan history (2009). A comparison of Napolis and Aquino’s worldviews reveals that they are conceptually, philosophically and ethically incommensurable.