THE SECOND OR MIDDLE FINGER ( SATURN FINGER)
This finger is called the finger of balance. On one side, is the index finger which represents ego and on the other, the ring finger which denotes, self expression. Lying between them, the middle finger strikes a balance between the ego and the self expression. At the base of the middle finger lies the Mount of Saturn and hence it represents all the qualities of Saturn.
A middle finger slightly longer than the index and the ring finger is considered normal.
A person with a normally long middle finger is intelligent, sober and steady.
If it is longer than the normal, the person does not want to mix with people and tends to run away from social contact. He is a lover of solitude.
A short middle finger, indicates frivolity ( lack of respect/ seriousness) and lack of balance. It also reveals a miserly nature.
Crooked finger of Saturn indicates a slightly revengeful nature, proving oneself “always right” attitude, and slight mental imbalance. ( Remember , a middle finger is the balance wheel) . Straighter it is , without any defects, better balanced a person is. Palmist of ancient days, are of the opinion that a crook in the middle finger is a sign of illuck. (refer fig)
|Bent middle finger|
HEALTH: Deformed middle finger is indicative of liver disturbances and faulty abdominal conditions. It also gives a predisposition to mental depression, taken together with other lines/marks present on the Palm. (refer fig)
MIDDLE FINGER AND ITS THREE PHALANGES
When the top phalange of this finger is long, the person is interested in philosophy.
When the middle phalange of this finger is long, he is keen in making more money.
When the third phalange is long, the native is orthodox, conventional and abides by old ideas and conventions. When the third phalange is thick, one is less studious, whereas , if it is waisted, he is curious and has a urge for studies.
Note: Generally the position of the middle finger setting is high. If you find it in a low setting, the person would remain depressed and disappointed.