The Saturn mount is found at the base of the middle finger. The middle finger and mount represent your boundaries. It is normal for this mount to be flat or only slightly padded, depicting self-control, common sense and also a love of philosophy. Positively, it shows a strong character, wisdom and maturity.
A large mount here can reveal pessimism, as well as one with many responsibilities. If so, the qualities of Saturn are exaggerated. Strong aspects of Saturn include the finger, which is often quite long. It shows that the individual feels the obligations of life and may become down and miserable.
With the qualities of Saturn highlighted, it would suggest some seriousness, gloominess, pessimism or solitude. If with other indicators such as curved fingers, a large mount of Pluto and a low dipping head line, a protruding Saturn mount such as this one may indicate someone who suffers from depression.
A true Saturnian has remarkable independence and does not like being under the restraint of others. Their ideas about love are somewhat different, and they often need their own space.
Positive aspects show an organised and dependable person. Healthwise, these people might suffer from digestive issues, poor circulation and also possibly get injuries to the feet, ankles or limbs.
A complete absence of the Saturn mount shows a frivolous way of looking at life. Be careful though; a displaced Saturn mount can be towards Jupiter or Apollo mounts.
Summary: Wisdom, practicality, solitude, maturity, discipline, hardiness, the law, work ethics, also seriousness and fears.
Marks on the Saturn mount:
Cross – tragedy or challenging situation.
Grid – Brooding or unhappiness. Confinement.
Star – Success after hard work. Problems with legal matters. Physical restriction.
Square – Protection of property.
Triangle – Aptitude for serious studies.
Vertical lines – Hard work, good health.