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Mercury Retrograde

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This literate new understanding of one of the most intriguing and widely talked about concepts in astrology shows how Mercury retrograde can help rather than hinder us.

In the same way that people who are not interested in astrology know what their "sun sign" is, Mercury retrograde -the thrice yearly cycle when the planet Mercury appears to run backward in its orbit-has m
Paperback, 288 pages
Published June 17th 2004 by Tarcher
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Sep 21, 2012 Kathy rated it liked it
For the intermediate level astrologer; the one who knows a bit, and is willing to think hard about some more complex concepts. Particularly interesting were the charts and explications. A good sound way of looking at the dread Mercury retro transit times, and some very interesting perceptions of those born with Mercury retro natally.
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