The Ring of Solomon
A fine curved line under the ring finger called the ring of Solomon is mostly a helpful marking. It is meant to symbolize knowledge and wisdom. When I think of the ring of Solomon, I think of perseverance and sound reasoning. However, it can suppress the ego, and prevent the flow of influences, but in a way freeing up the “possibility” of true spiritual development.
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 if other factors on the hand agree. (See other factors from the article about the sympathy lines.) Be careful though, the sympathy and trauma lines can often be mistaken as one.
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 one 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. It might help with your ability to take charge or get lucky. 🙂
Learn more about the ring of Saturn here.
Learn about the ring of Mercury (spinster line) here.