Ring of Solomon Meaning on the Palm

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The Ring of Solomon

The ring under the index finger is mostly a helpful marking. When I think of the ring of Solomon, I think of perseverance and sound reasoning. However, it can suppress the ego. The index finger (Jupiter finger) represents our self-esteem, authority, power, ego and leadership. It makes sense that the ring beneath the finger is blocking some of those qualities. Therefore, the person has a selfless and caring attitude with less focus on their own needs which allows insight into the nature of others. They have a gift for understanding people and are very intuitive.

Be careful though, the sympathy lines and trauma lines can often be mistaken as the ring of Solomon.


The Ring of Solomon

These individuals have a natural aptitude for analysing everything. The line in many examples it is doubled or has the teachers square or sympathy lines beneath it. It is a mark on conscious people who handle others well, such as managers and psychologists. The downside sometimes is that the subject might not follow their dreams or fulfil their life purpose, instead, helping others to do so.

A complete Ring of Solomon is rare but denotes precise analytical and judgment ability. The excellent observation of the heart of things, the insight into other’s minds, and the luck of getting help from others. In dangerous situations, an owner of a ring of Solomon has a way of getting out of the problematic position. Also, they tend to have good luck with the opposite sex and in finding a beautiful partner due to their unique insight.

If you do not have the ring of Solomon (but wish you did), you can wear a ring on the index finger instead. A ring with a stone will enhance the qualities of Jupiter, which can in turn help with your ability to take charge or get lucky. 🙂

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Stress Lines and Trauma Lines on the Palms

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Stress Lines on the Palms

Stress lines and trauma lines are very similar and can appear in many areas of the palm. The other names for these lines are interference or worry lines. They are not always a negative marking and are often just suggest regular domestic worry or family influences.

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If a worry line is long, originating from inside the mount of Venus, crossing the life line and reaching the head line, it can denote worry over finances. The same markings on the heart line would indicate an emotional matter. A line reaching the fate line can imply career influence, financial concern or both. If there is an island on the fate line and the worry line crosses the island, it can suggest bankruptcy.


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Trauma LInes

If these worry lines rise from the beginning section of the life line, all the way to the Saturn finger (middle finger) it would suggest a childhood disturbance or trauma. Trauma lines almost always end beneath the Saturn finger; they depict events that had a profound effect on the psyche. The trauma line is almost always fragmented, blurry or faint in its appearance, therefore it may not be a permanent mark.

Sympathy Lines

Mistaking the sympathy line for a trauma line or ring of Solomon is easy to do. The trauma line reaches the base of the Saturn finger, whereas the sympathy line looks more like a partial ring of Solomon. It shows a compassionate and understanding nature.

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Fate Line Timing Events Scale in Palmistry

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Fate line timing events

The timing on any line is never an exact science; this is mainly the case for the fate line which registers our advancement through life. Each mark, break or divergence matches to an event in our life. Fate line timing is to potentially spot an impending change of career or another life event.

The fate line is the middle vertical crease on the palm. Some people call it a career line or line of Saturn.

What I have found to be the easiest way to get a close estimate is to use the different lines to compare. If the heart and head lines form in a typical manner such as the photo here, fate line timing, career line time scale, time events on fate linethen the age of approximately thirty-five is where the line crosses the head line. (article cont. below)



Where it crosses the heart line, is usually the age of fifty. Other palm readers may disagree with this timescale, and I understand because of we all progress at a different pace in life.

How to know if fate line timing is accurate?

The best way to make the timing more accurate is to compare past life events on the line. For instance, if there is an island on it (indicating a period of financial trouble). Ask the subject what age they were at the time of that event, then it can be judged from that point.

If the hand does not have the typical lines, say for instance they are displaced higher or lower than average, or there is a Simian line, then I adjust the timing from the age of thirty being the centre of the palm. The spacing tends to get narrower towards the later period. See links for more free lessons below ad.




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Missing Fate Line on the Palm? Read This.

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MISSING FATE LINE

The fate line which is also known as the Career line or Saturn line in palmistry is usually referred to when analysing the hand for changes in life, including the career. If you have a missing fate line, what does it mean? Don’t worry.

Having no fate line does not mean the person has ‘no career’ or that they are completely unmotivated, but instead, it is more likely that they prefer to take life as it comes, not bound by any demands, responsibility (or purpose).

As an example, a man who is a self-employed salesperson, with goals and motivation to run his own business, might not necessarily have a fate line. The probable reasons for this may be because his skin may be coarse, he plans his days one day at a time and no strict boundaries for his career. (Article continues below)



Another example comes from a woman whom I know. She did not finish her schooling, leaving at the age of sixteen to earn herself a living. On top of that, she did not have any significant plans or ambitions to be successful, but only wanted independence. There was no fate line on her palm, yet she was a regular and steady worker. It is possible, however, that she has one now, as these lines can form when situations change.

You can still succeed without a fate line.

The common aspect that I noted about subjects with no fate line is that they have no interest in ‘worldly’ achievements or obligations. They accept whatever comes along, yet still, take responsibility for their role in life seriously. Someone not having a fate line explains quite a bit about the line and just how difficult it is to analyse on its own. The person can still succeed, but they do it without the boundaries of having ‘fate’ decide so to speak. (Article continues below)



Usually, when someone does have a full and straight line, the person has set himself life goals with purpose but with conventional boundaries which can limit the diversity as far as occupation is concerned. It does not by any means show a perfect career.

FATE LINE PRESENT BUT NO CAREER

The fate line does not only represent career; it shows a person knows what they want in life.

An instance of this comes from a man who at the age of sixty had a strong fate line rising to the mount of Jupiter, which usually means a highly-determined nature.

However, he had been unemployed for the past thirty years, with his only income coming from a government payment. I told him that it shows on his palm that he is successful in his chosen path, and he was surprised because he had not intended on returning to work anytime soon.

We both quickly realised that his line meant that he was on a steady path, no matter what it was. He did know what he wanted from life, which was to continue doing what he does because it made him feel comfortable and happy. That is probably why the fate line was so smooth, even though it had nothing to do with his career, he was ambitious, but not in a typical way. He had chosen his path and didn’t intend diverting from it.

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Bent Index Finger Meaning in Palmistry

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Bent Index Finger Meaning

The index finger also called the Jupiter finger can vary in its meaning, depending on whether it is short, long, thin, thick, straight or bent. Basically, the finger represents the ego, ambitions, self-image and leadership. A bent index finger changes the meaning slightly.

A long index finger shows a highly ambitious and charismatic personality. A short one, if thick has the same meaning. It is only when it is thin and short that the qualities of Jupiter are lessened.

What is a bent index finger?

A bent index finger is when the finger itself has a curve in the bone. If the finger is just leaning towards the thumb or middle finger, the meaning is different.

A Jupiter finger that bends towards the middle finger belongs to a person who may have been a shy child, struggling with communication or independence. They may have had to depend on others, especially family. (text continues below).



It can also denote some form of insecurity, possibly due to a history of poor economic times.  However, frequently these people grow up to become very self-assertive and determined achievers, persistently working towards their goals (with a dutiful outlook on life). Especially if combined with a strong thumb and a loop of seriousness.

  • When the whole finger curves towards Saturn, it shows that in relationships, they are prone to be emotionally secretive or feel unstable; exposing a possessive or jealous nature.
  • When only the very tip is bent, the mental faculties are restrained or reserved, potentially affecting the self-image.
  • When the index (Jupiter) finger leans away from Saturn, towards the thumb, it displays a very extroverted and ambitious nature; these people also like to be in the centre of attention.
  • With the middle and the index finger naturally held wide apart, the qualities of motivation, self-confidence and individuality are celebrated. They are independent, unrestrained and not bound by the views of others.

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Short Line of Life Actual Meaning in Palmistry

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THE SHORT LIFE LINE ACTUAL MEANING

The first line a person typically looks at on the palm is the line of life. It is also frequently the most prominent line on the palm as it arcs around the mount of Venus, reaching somewhere near the wrist. The line of life is not an indicator of longevity. What it does reveal, however, is the nature and quality of your life. Which is why a short line of life cannot suggest a short life.

To judge how a person manages their world; we observe the condition of the line. Ideally, it is well-defined without deviations or markings. In the present day, however, that is not likely to occur due to busy and demanding lives. The line of life also indicates the subjects’ physical strength and health during various periods of life.

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Examining it is essential also in obtaining confirmation and timing of events because through the markings along it there is a capacity for seeing considerable changes. The line can alter, shift or even fade as circumstances change over time. However, consider all indicators from the palm before making assumptions, as some factors can offset (or support) the findings.

SHORT LINE OF LIFE

The thing I would like to mention about this line is that a short line of life does not mean a short life. The length and prominence of the line refer to the quality of life, the constitution, family roots, security and the get-up-and-go of the individual.

The short line of life belongs to those who do not usually have a broad family background or family traditions. While they can be close to their immediate family members, it is not often that they arrange large family unions. It could be due to the fact they tend to move around a lot. A short life line can appear ‘weak,’ so for someone with this line, finding a place to settle down and sticking to a routine and setting goals, strengthens a weak life line.

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In nearly all cases of a short life line, I see branch lines which connect to the fate line (career line). The meaning of the connecting lines is that the subject at a certain point in their life makes a significant move or change, such as in their career.

A long steady line shows vitality, routine, stability, motivation and someone who perhaps does not need to depend on anyone or anything.

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Short Pinkie and Short Finger Meanings

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Short Pinkie and the Meaning of a Short Finger

Do you have a short pinkie? Sometimes it’s difficult to decipher whether a finger is longer or shorter than normal. A small finger can be thin or short, sometimes both. A short pinkie is when it does not reach the top crease of the ring finger. Be aware though that the pinkie might be low set.

The best way, to begin, is by first deciding if all the fingers are average length or not, then check the setting of the fingers to see whether they are even.

I have found that the middle finger is the best guide to begin judging the index and ring fingers, and they should reach a little over halfway along the top phalange of the middle finger.

When a finger is of average length, it characteristically shows a balanced individual who would possess a normal level of confidence, ambition, ego and responsibility.

Short Pinkie and Individual Short Finger Meanings

A shorter or thinner than the typical finger can depict under development in the qualities that are represented by it. A large and long thumb always offsets the meaning and balances out any negative aspect. Some examples:



The Short Pinkie – communication difficulties or shyness. They can easily become tongue-tied and so may struggle with speaking in front of an audience. Some can lack sex drive and might be emotionally immature. The short pinkie depicts a gentle person who tends to be quiet and prefers calm environments.
The ring finger – A short ring finger can show untapped creativity. An antisocial or introverted nature.
The middle finger – A short middle finger shows a lack of seriousness or responsibility. Their view of life and its laws is somewhat different from regular length middle fingers.
The index finger – The short index finger shows a small ego. They can lack leadership, unless with a large thumb.
The thumb – The short thumb shows weak determination and willpower. Also a lack of leadership.




But before jumping to conclusions about the associations of a small finger, another feature to look for is the thickness, because often a short finger will be compensated for by being thicker than average. If this is the case, then the person is likely to be putting in an effort to make up for any deficiency. I have seen this especially when the Index finger is short (which would typically indicate some lack of confidence). But if it is also thick, then the trust issues are of the past. A mount underneath the finger can also help to offset shortness or thinness of a finger by its prominence or markings such as vertical lines.

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Health Signs from Fingernail Colour

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HEALTH SIGNS FROM  FINGERNAIL COLOUR

When looking for health signs from fingernail colour in palmistry, we apply the same principles as for the hands, which is to find something unusual.

A nail usually takes six months to grow from the root to tip so some markings can be timed based on where it is on the nail. As an example, a horizontal ridge half way along the nail would suggest a change around three months ago.

A typical healthy nail is pliable; it has a smooth texture; average thickness and the colour of the nail is typically light pink. The moons should be milky white, and usually only visible on the thumb. (Text continues below)

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WORD OF WARNING

Please don’t make the mistake of diagnosing health signs from fingernail colour, palms or lines alone, because many of these indicators are in frequent change according to the individuals.

BLUE/PURPLE NAILS

Bluish tinge within the nail bed can be due to circulatory or respiratory problems. Sometimes this is temporary due to cold weather or cold hands. It is normal for a woman to have bluish nails during the early teens and again at menopause when there are changes in the body hormones.

WHITE NAILS

A white looking nail bed can suggest iron deficiency, low vitality or liver dysfunction. A pale, white or greyish tinge under the nails can indicate selfish leanings or lack of warmth. Depending on the quality of the nail, if it appears to be lifting off the quick, clouded, brittle and dry, it could indicate a fungal disease.

YELLOW /BROWN

Yellow colour in the nail beds or a brownish discolouration, splotches or stains in the skin directly under the nail, can indicate jaundice, liver or gallbladder conditions.

These marks can also occur when there is a high level of bilirubin in the blood due to the body producing too much or not get rid of it fast enough. (Text continues below).



When the nail itself is white and clouded on the top section and yellow at its base, it can signify kidney disease.

Other conditions can also cause yellowing, such as fungal infection or regular contact with heavy-duty chemicals on the nails.

RED NAILS

Red fingernails mainly show a predisposition to poor circulation. Very red nails can be due to high blood pressure, bad temper or cardiovascular disease.

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Split Life Line Real Meaning in Palmistry

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The Split Life line and other types of line.

The life line types on the palm vary. Most lines, however, arc around the thumb ball and end at the wrist. The length and quality of this line tell certain character traits and constitution. It is a line which in palmistry is the most interesting one on the palm. People like to think that the line refers to ones’ actual life. In a way, it does. The line should, ideally, be long, deeply etched and unmarked. However, it is unlikely that many people in this modern day and age have a line like that. Sometimes there is a split life line.


The life line types, including the split life line:

    • A long and deeply etched line which reaches the wrist (if unmarked) show vitality, routine, stability and motivation.
    • A short line, if also weak or thin in its appearance reveals a lack of stability or energy levels. Often it is a mark of unstable early family life or a change in the middle of life.
    • A life line that appears faint depicts a delicate or sensitive constitution, common on those who are not physically active
    • A line which curves outward towards the Mount of Moon describes someone who loves to travel or is very outgoing.
    • A line which runs closer to the thumb is someone who lacks interest in physical activities and may be cold or selfish. They prefer to stay close to home.



A split life line.

  • When a life line appears to have a split or break in it, look for sister lines on one or both sides of the line, these lines give support to an otherwise uncertain period.
  • A line on the inside of the life line would show family support and on the outside from a non-related source. If the break happens to overlap another part of the life line, it often indicates a planned change.
  • If the split has no parallel lines or overlap, it shows an uncertain period and care should be taken in every way. The health may be affected due to illness, accident or mental trauma. Look for other indicators on other lines. A square over the split will give protection.

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