Mercury Station Retrograde on Election Day

This is what I said.  From the article I wrote in July:

“The chart, with Gemini rising, is Mercury ruled with Mercury placed in Detriment and Face, in a mutual

reception with Jupiter in Gemini by both Domicile and Triplicity.  The Moon is partile conjunct the IC and

also applies to a partile sextile with Jupiter (and squares the Sun partile also).   The Moon’s last aspect

will be a trine to Mars.


“The most recent presidential election with Mercury stationing and changing direction was in 2000, and

one can recall the issues we had with the delayed outcome.  There could also be a delay in the results of

the upcoming election, but there are kinder aspects on this day than that of the 2000 election.  The

Moon at the base of the matter (IC) suggests that the people will ultimately make the choice this time


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Frank Piechoski is a professional astrologer who approaches the subject from a practical perspective. He has been practicing astrology professionally for more than 20 years and has been doing charts for more than 35 years. He has lectured regionally, nationally, and internationally at various conferences and workshops. He has also served on the AFAN Steering Committee and the NCGR Board and is President and founding member of the NCGR Philadelphia Chapter. His astrology influences range from Hellenistic to the Modern - with major stops including Lilly and Ebertin along the way. Providing information his clients can actually use is his main aim.