Bent Middle Finger
Do you have a bent middle finger? Ideally, the middle finger (also named the Saturn finger) is straight, showing self-control and responsibility. When it is bent, however, the boundaries and beliefs may be somewhat out of the ordinary. The bearer does not often have strict rules or routine in their life, and decision-making is complicated.
If the bent middle finger bends towards the ring finger, the serious qualities of (Saturn) favour towards the creative aspects. These people need time to be alone. It can also suggest a history uncertainty, depression or pressure from family duties that has clashed with their search for self-expression or achievement.
When all the fingers bend inwards (naturally, not due to disease), it adds shrewdness to the character. They may have a distortion of reality in their life, which may lead to corruption or unlawfulness, especially if the Saturn finger is short.
The middle finger rarely bends towards the thumb, but if it has a lean in that direction, away from the ring finger, it shows an extroverted and very independent character. These people are free thinkers; not concerned a great deal about the future.
If the index finger also leans towards the thumb, ambition, self-esteem, confidence and ego are active, especially if coupled with a large or long thumb. They are independent and not bound by the views of others. These people strive to succeed in life. They are regularly talkative and energetic, especially if combined with an extended Mercury finger.
I once read the hands of a man who had a very badly bent middle finger, it was also scarred from an obvious injury. I asked him what happened to his finger and he told me the story of what happened.
Even though the bend did not occur through gradual development, I still take it into account. I asked him if he had an unpleasant or difficult time during or after that incident because after all Saturn is all about responsibility, the law, solitude and seriousness. He admitted he did, in fact, he had spent several years in jail for unintentionally killing a person in a car accident due to him being under the influence of alcohol. I wasn’t surprised, and it is a good example. Of course, that is not going to be the same explanation for everyone.
The same can be assumed for any other broken or damaged fingers. Think about what the finger stands for and use that connotation to for your conclusion. A Mercury break, for instance, could be a sign of difficulties in intimate relations, dishonesty, commerce or learning obstacles.