Stunning Planet X Photos, No Filter, by a PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER!

The attached pic was taken by a friend, a professional photographer named Jogi, who lives in the US. Virgin Islands.  He has been photographically chronicaling the skies over St. Thomas for well over a year now.  His focus has primarily been chemtrail spraying. Jogi has given me permission to submit these two photographs to this forum. This pic was taken in late September of 2012 and shows both chemtrails, and what they were unsuccessfully trying to obscure.  The first pic was taken with no filtering (other than the normal UV filter) and no photoshopping aftereffects.  He also took special care in making sure that his lens was clean. The second pic is a photoshopped version of the original pic, to enhance the object by adjusting the hue.

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Comment by William Barber on November 7, 2012 at 7:52pm

James, as explained in an email from Jogi, which I posted here several hours ago, clearly the second pic is actually yours... although slightly adjusted.  I was unaware at the time of posting.  Thanks for taking that pic, as I believe your original and Jogi's enhancement of it to be very strong added pieces of evidence. 

Comment by William Barber on November 7, 2012 at 5:44pm

Richard and Lonne,

Yes, it is Jogi's watermark.  All pictures that he posts are copyrighted.  He has given me written permission to share this pic through the ning.

Comment by lonne rey on November 7, 2012 at 5:05pm


My take on this, simple, all professional photographers have their so called "signature" on their pictures

Step One: Properly Copyright Your Print and Digital Photos

Many photographers often include a copyright notice in the footer of their photo; some even overlay their copyrights with a watermark. It may seem like a no-brainer at first, but consider the following three rules:

  1. Include the copyright symbol: ©

  2. Include the year, or more precisely the date of your photo's publication

  3. Include your professional photography business name


Comment by William Barber on November 7, 2012 at 3:56pm

Hi.  I have received clarification from Jogi regarding the two pics in this thread.  It turns out that they are different pics. The first one he took.  The following are the circumstances and specs of that pic.  The second pic is actually a photoshopping of a pic that I had sent him, not one that I took, but one from the ning.  I sent it just to show him what others around the world are documenting.  It is that pic that he then adjusted through photo manipulation and sent back to me. 

At any rate, here is Jogi's email to me of earlier this morning.

"William, here are the specs on the picture.
Date Sept. 8, 2012 @ 4:38 PM
ISO 100 / 10 mm / f 14 / 1/800
I upped the levels, contrast, definition and sharpness in i-photo, but no other alterations have been done.
The second picture was the one you sent me yesterday and I upped the contrast and definition on that one."

I hope this helps.

Comment by Nancy Lieder on November 7, 2012 at 12:41pm

@Lady Frog

The Last Weeks have NO begun, for Pete's sake! We are still in the 7 of 10, overlapping with the 8 of 10! Has the Straits of Gibraltar separated an additional 125 miles? Has the New Madrid disaster happened in the US? Get educated!

Comment by Nancy Lieder on November 6, 2012 at 10:40pm


I increased the hue saturation a tad and these orbs sure do NOT look like clouds, and they certainly are not part of the chemtrail haze. Is the Planet X complex becoming visible naked eye, without filters???? Holy cow.

Comment by Kyle Rieth on November 6, 2012 at 10:23pm

Those captures are great Jogi! I took this picture this morning on my way to work.  I did not have my filter with me but it looks like there is evidence of funneled light.  What do you think?

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