Although it may seem that Mercury has been retrograde for a long time, it was/is quite short compared to some. Mercury entered the retrograde on June 18 and will go directly on the 12.
As we all know, Mercury in retrograde can cause many conflicts and communication problems. This makes a lot of people nervous and leaves them dealing with a lot of turmoil. The longer it goes on, the more confused and nervous we seem. Although this specific retrograde is more positive than usual, it has always come with a bit of chaos.
As Mercury goes direct on the 12th, we can finally return to normal within reasonable limits. Of course, there will still be many things going on in the celestial world, but these things will not be as powerful as some of the most recent events we have faced. The energy world will at least a short time go out a little.
Astrology of Mercury Direct, July 12th
Mercury stations directly on Sunday, July 12, 2020, at 05°29′ Cancer. Mercury makes no planetary aspect but joins a positive fixed star.
Fixed star Tejat Posterior at 05°34′ Cancer gives strength, energy, power, and protection. It also gives the opportunity to express ideas in a reasonable and acceptable way that wins because of their obvious intelligence. Mercury leaves the retrograde zone on Sunday, July 26, 2020, at 14°45′ Cancer.
As indicated, it will be direct and will not retrograde anymore but will still be present in the retrograde zone until July 26. This means that we will be confronted with residual energies. If you are still facing conflict on some levels, try to get your message across without getting too angry and resolve things without creating a scene, it will prove beneficial in the long run.
Sure, you may feel like you’re thrown into the gutter right now, but things will get better. Mercury is a powerful planet that has only our interest at heart. Although you cannot see or feel this right away, it is absolutely true.
Since we are more able to communicate properly and things calm down, you will have a moment to relax and catch your breath before things start to pick back up again. I know, it may not sound like much, but this is important to be aware of.