Use of “it” before “sufficeth to say”

Is the following the right way to use sufficeth (assuming it is not replaced with something else)?

… , but sufficeth to say that the primary method of measuring parallax in stars is via "Annual Parallax"

Isn’t it missing a subject?

… , but it sufficeth to say that the primary method of measuring parallax in stars is via "Annual Parallax"


sufficeth:

Verb

  1. (archaic) Third-person singular simple present indicative form of suffice.

Context.

Answer

The other answers are great; this relatively common usage should also be mentioned:

… but suffice it to say …

Attribution
Source : Link , Question Author : Peter Mortensen , Answer Author : jtbandes

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