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  • […] Mercury goes around the sun approximately every 88 days. Takes us a year, so that’s about three, maybe three and half into our year. Planets tend to move in the same direction as the Moon, only not as swift. When Mercury, as the conductor of commerce, appears to stall and moves in pattern not consistent with the early understanding of observed phenomena, this is Mercury in Retrograde. ASTROFISH.NET: still cheaper. […]

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