The Mount of Apollo is located near the base of the ring finger or the finger of the sun if spoken in the language of palmistry. The analysis of this mount is important to predict the interest and enthusiasm of the person towards life. This mount functions closely in conjunction with the Mount of Venus and the Mount of Moon.
If this mount is normally elevated the individual takes interest in painting, literature, poetry, music and other forms of art. It is not necessary that the person emerges as a great artist but reflects deep interest in art. If the Mountof Venus is normally elevated along with the Mount of Apollo, then this interest may increase and the person may become an artist.
Such people are very particular about discipline and ideologies; probably this is the reason why they are seldom happy in their married life. The Mount of Apollo is about fame. If there are evil signs or the finger of Apollo/Sun is bent, this person doesn’t get the deserved credit for the job. No matter how hard he may try he always gets accused.
If this Mount is flat then the person is non-enthusiastic. He takes the least interest in all parts of life. If along with thisthe Mount of Saturn has evil signs these signs are confirmed. Such people become good administrators if well supported by the Mount of Jupiter, the finger of Jupiter, thumb and the shape of hand.
When analysed in combination with the line of brain or what is called the head line, the Mount of Apollo may help in predicting the eyesight and eye problems of the individual. If the line of head is weak or is cut by several minor lines and the Mount of Apollo is weak, then it may be interpreted that the person has weak eyesight.
To learn palmistry and to predict accurately it is essential that before making a final statement consider all the features of the hand. If the proper process flow of palmistry is followed most of the interpretations can be made by merely observing the other features while using the lines to confirm the statement and to find out the duration or time of the event that you are about to comment upon.