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Mercury in Retrograde

Most of the time when you hear the words “Mercury retrograde,” it’s someone talking about astrology. Mercury in retrograde is an astrological phrase that somehow explains all kinds of bad things happening, if you believe in astrology. But retrograde is a real phenomena for planets in orbit. It just doesn’t mean all that much when you understand it. (YouTube link) “Retrograde” conveys the idea that the planet, whether Mercury, Mars, or whichever, is moving backwards.
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