Night View
on June 24, 2003

Planet X approaches from the direction or Orion/Taurus in the summer of 2003, from Southern constellations. When viewed from an extreme Southern Hemisphere location, New Zealand, this part of the sky is visible after the sun sets or before it rises, in other words, in the night sky. New Zealand is in Winter during June, 2003. Thus on June 24 at 1:00 AM and 4:00 AM, well before the Sun rises, the view along the Ecliptic pointing toward the southern constellations where Planet X approaches shows a red glow to the right, in the direction of the rising Orion/Taurus constellations. [Note: see Moon Theory, that this object is the Moon.]

Signs of the Times #61 (via email to Nancy)
The White Island, New Zealand cam shows, predawn [Jun 24], a very red sky! What is that red? This is an inactive caldera, but at 1:00 AM and 4:00 AM the sky is red well before the Sun Rises.
Facing EAST White Island