This is Venus looming. Venus would stands to the left of the Sun, along the Ecliptic as viewed from the Northern Hemisphere at sundown, all things being normal. But as it is squeezed in the cup with the Earth, in front of the approaching Planet X, it is out of place. Catching the Sun’s rays in a blooming effect, where the light rays bend TOWARD Venus from all sides and then continue on this bent path toward Earth, it creates a monster appearance. Since these are not light rays directly from Venus itself, but only light rays affected by the gravity pull of Venus, and since during sundown the light rays are distorting the Sun’s size in any case due to gravity bending over the Earth’s horizon, the appearance is varied.