Mercury retrograde 2018 is probably the final one for the year. Mercury moves from the Sun’s corona into the earth’s core, and then it moves to the moon two weeks later. Mercury retrograde is always something to be taken seriously, but with that being said, I know it’s a fact. Mercury retrograde can be pretty scary.
Mercury retrograde occurs every year, and it’s definitely a sign that something is wrong. What happens is that the moon is now full, and the Earth is covered with heavy dust. As the dust settles, the suns rays can no longer penetrate the dust to hit the Earth, and it starts to warm up. That’s when the end is set.
Mercury retrograde lasts for about two weeks, and its usually just a matter of hours before the Earth is completely covered with dust. We don’t really know why Mercury retrograde is so bad, except that it happens at such a great rate. The dust is supposed to be a sign of a planet being old and dying, but like many other signs, its really just a sign that something is wrong.
The dust usually starts by the Earth, the sun, or another planet, but then suddenly it appears everywhere. Mercury retrograde is a sign that something is very wrong with the Earth, but it is also a sign that something is very wrong with the Sun, and the same goes for the other planets. Mercury retrograde happens when the Earth is most likely in a state of decline and will probably continue for a few weeks.
Mercury is the brightest star in the night sky. It is a good indicator of just how much trouble the Earth is in. The Sun is the second-brightest star, so the Earth is not only in trouble, but the Sun is also not very bright. Mercury retrograde is also a sign that the Earth might be in decline. The Earth is likely in a decline phase, and this is the same sign that Mercury is in.
Mercury retrograde is a sign of impending doom, but it’s one of the hardest signs to predict. The Earth’s orbit is unstable, so when Mercury is near the Earth’s average distance from the Sun, things can get very strange. When Mercury is near the Sun, it is in an elliptical orbit around the Sun. This can make the Earth appear to tilt, making it appear to be tipped over (which is why we see the Sun rising and setting).
The Earth’s rotation is tipped over too. The Earth’s axis is not exactly aligned with the Sun’s axis, and the Sun’s axis is tilted. The Sun is also tilted, so when Earth is tilted, the Earth appears to tilt as well. Mercury is always in retrograde, so its retrograde period lasts about 18 months. This is why Mercury is the easiest of the planets to see.
Mercury is a very dynamic planet, with a wide variety of seasons. But for the most part, the seasons of Mercury are the same around the year as they are in the year of the Sun. This makes it fairly easy to see the Sun and Mercury at the same time.
When the Sun goes into retrograde, it appears to tilt the Earth as well. And during the summer solstice, the Sun is tilted, so Mercury is always in retrograde. On average, Mercury’s retrograde period lasts about 18 months. This makes it fairly easy to see the Sun and Mercury at the same time.
Mercury retrograde is a bit like the end of the year or the beginning of the year for us here in the Northern Hemisphere. When Mercury retrograde ends, the Sun goes in the opposite direction, and the Moon also goes into retrograde. Because of this, it becomes a bit hard for the Moon to be seen at the same time with the Sun.