To some, conspiracy theorist and researcher of phenomena R.J. Rodrigue may be the guy next door. You might consider him your reliable neighbor, a family man, someone you can sit down and have a beer with. To others he’s the guy trying to make your head explode with his conspiracy theories of our secret universe and maladjusted environment. According to R.J. Rodrigue, he is no crackpot. He’s simply trying to campaign his fantastic beliefs, to intellectually sustain questions pertaining to things in our world that have no explanation. Some will laugh and debunk his ideas, but keep in mind, one’s philosophy, no matter how farfetched it may seem, is no more valid than any orthodox religion’s set of beliefs.

We spoke with R.J. and discussed the continuing mystery of chemtrails and how they are possibly being used in protecting Earth from the radioactive phantom planet called Niburu, burning out of control, heading for the earth’s orbit in 2013.

So what are chemtrails?

Chemtrails are trying to deflect solar flares that we are about to get in the next couple of years. Particularly in 2012, you know with the end-of-days theory.

There have been tests done by labs, from rainfall, especially in the Midwest, where they found very high contents of barium sulfate and aluminum sulfate. It’s a thousand percent higher than the toxic limit. Keep in mind barium is what they use in x-rays.

People argue that the chemtrails are just contrails. What’s the difference?
Well, the difference is that in a half hour or so contrails go away.

So chemtrails last longer? Or are they bigger?
These things stay in the sky for days on end. Some people speculate these chemtrails are used to try and block out the possibility for us to see that brown dwarf star, Planet X Nibiru. That’s supposed to be coming around next year.

As far as the resources that you have, how do they appear legit to you?
Honestly it’s a chain reaction. First I started reading, Richard Hoagland and Mike Bara’s book called Mission: The Secret History of NASA. From there I started researching other things and I found Zecharia Sitchin.

He wrote the series, what was it called, twelve planets or something like that?
Yeah, Earth Chronicles. He is one of the few people that can read the Sumerian language. Sumer was the first civilization that was able to read and write that is documented.

They talk about this group of beings called the Innuaki. They say they came from planet Nibiru. They have paintings of all of the planets in our solar system plus one. One extra planet called Nibiru.

You said it’s potentially there to protect from solar flares?

We are on the way to the earth passing close to something really big.

Tell me more about Planet X. What is the concern?
They say that 80 percent of galaxies are a binary star system, meaning two stars. Supposedly there is another star, Planet Nibiru. It’s a planet so large it’s close to being a star. It has an orbit that passes us every 3,600 years.

Can you see the planet with a telescope?

About eight years ago down in Antarctica they put up the biggest telescope ever made. The United States said that they did that because it’s the clearest spot on the planet to see into space. No spot is clear all the time, so that’s a bunch of bullshit.

People believe they put them there because it’s the only point they can get a good fix on this brown dwarf star. In 1984 the Washington Post said that scientists found a giant planet on the far edge of our galaxy. They even called it Planet X. All of the sudden the next day they were tracking the story. They did not want people to know. When this thing comes, it could shift our planet.

Is there nothing that can be done about it?
Our government of course is not going to say: “Hey this is what could happen.” It may not happen but if it does there is nothing we can do. They can’t let people know this stuff. I wouldn’t want them too because I would be less prepared. Everyone would be panicking and getting in my way.




  1. Jennifer Lapierre Jennifer Lapierre says:

    Niburu? Please. But Barium levels measured at 278 times the safe level in our air, not to mention the presence of other heavy metals, is pretty creepy. Dennis Kucinich introduced The Space Preservation Act of 2001 to ban space-based “exotic weapons,” including the use of chemtrails. In January 2002, the bill was re-written, and the word “chemtrails” disappeared. Here is the original wording:

    HR 2977 IH: Space Preservation Act of 2001 (Introduced in the House)

    [Weapons capable of inflicting death or injury . . .]

    (II) through the use of land-based, sea-based, or space-based systems using radiation, electromagnetic, psychotronic, sonic, laser, or other energies directed at individual persons or targeted populations for the purpose of information war, mood management, or mind control of such persons or populations; or . . .

    (B) Such terms include exotic weapons systems such as–

    (i) electronic, psychotronic, or information weapons;

    (ii) chemtrails.

    Look it up.

    Chemtrails are real, and they are horrible for our health. The National Institute for Health says this:

    National Institute of Health / PubMed indexed for Medline
    Mark Purdey cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed&dopt=AbstractPlus&list_uids=15082100&query_hl=2

    1: Med Hypotheses. 2004;62(5):746-54. Links

    Chronic barium intoxication disrupts sulphated proteoglycan
    synthesis: a hypothesis for the origins of multiple sclerosis.

    High level contamination by natural and industrial sources of the alkali earth metal, barium (Ba) has been identified in the ecosystems/workplaces that are associated with high incidence clustering of multiple sclerosis (MS) and other neurodegenerative diseases such as the transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (TSEs) and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Analyses of ecosystems supporting the most renowned MS clusters in Saskatchewan, Sardinia, Massachusetts, Colorado, Guam, NE Scotland demonstrated consistently elevated levels of Ba in soils (mean: 1428 ppm) and vegetation (mean: 74 ppm) in relation to mean levels of 345 and 19 ppm recorded in MS-free regions adjoining. The high levels of Ba stemmed from local quarrying for Ba ores and/or use of Ba in paper/foundry/welding/textile/oil and gas well related industries, as well as from the use of Barium as an atmospheric aerosol spray for enhancing/refracting the signaling of radio/radar waves along military jet flight paths, missile test ranges, etc.