You've probably heard the phrase "Mercury in retrograde" a hundred times, whether it be from your friend who starts their day reading their horoscope and checking their astrology apps , or from celebrities such as Taylor Swift and Katy Perry contemplating whether Mercury retrograde is the reason behind their series of unfortunate luck. It's likely that you've also wondered: What is Mercury retrograde and why does life seem to go wrong every time it happens? How can we avoid the ill-fated luck that it seems to always bring to us? To answer these questions and more, we spoke with De Rui , a Hong Kong-based Western astrologer and founder of astrology service, Chart Life. Here, De Rui helps us learn more about Mercury retrograde, along with explaining what we can expect from remaining two Mercury retrogrades of
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