Mercury is retrograde once more, and here’s how this astrological event will affect you.


Mercury is retrograde once more, and here’s how this astrological event will affect you.

This year, the MERCURY RETROGRADE has reared its ugly head once more, much to our dismay. Here’s how you’ll be affected by the controversial astrological transit.

Mercury is currently retrograde for the third time this year, and it will stay until October 18. Mercury retrograde is infamous for causing confusion, miscommunication, and forgetfulness, but this time the transit will be beneficial. According to mystic and astrologer Francesca Oddie (@francescaoddieastrology on Instagram), this website tells how Mercury retrograde will affect you.

Mercury retrograde refers to the optical illusion in the sky in which Mercury appears to be travelling backwards in its orbit.

Mercury is not truly going backwards, but it has the effect on humans as if it were.

“The planets orbiting the Sun all move in the same direction,” astronomer Francesca Oddie stated, “but because of the geometry of their orbits and the pace at which we move around the sun differs, it occasionally appears like a planet is going backwards in the sky.”

“It’s like when two trains pass each other on the tracks and the slower one looks to be going backwards.

“They’re both traveling forward, but one is slower than the other.”

Mercury is the planet of communication, travel, technology, and information exchange, thus the backwards transit will always center on these themes. Francesca cautioned, “Take EXTRA care with the things you delete, cancel, and eliminate.”

“This Mercury Retrograde stations within one degree of a tight square aspect to Pluto — the following three weeks aren’t going to be light, and while I don’t think that’s a bad thing, it does have a ‘hard-drive erased’ vibe to it.”

Miscommunications, disturbances, and delays are to be expected, and you should be prepared for technology errors and surprises, as well.

Over the next few weeks, you might feel a little fuzzy.

“Under a retrograde Mercury, clarity is lacking,” Francesca explained.

“We are more perceptive, but not all of the puzzle parts are in place.”

“However, beginning October 18, we will be able to be more direct in our approach.”

Mercury is named after the Roman god Mercury, who was a messenger to the gods and was also known in Greek mythology as Hermes.

Mercury is a trickster, but he’s also a superb communicator and knows how to have a good time.

“Mercury is a trickster, the cosmic jester who. “Brinkwire Summary News,” Francesca stated.


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