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Now you may be wondering why a wedding ring is worn on the "ring finger". Well this also goes back to ancient times and once again magic. As you delve into history of the wedding ring and the reason it is placed on the third finger you will marvel at some of the beliefs. Here are a few historical facts concerning the "ring finger". In ancient times the third finger was used to apply herbal medicines to the body because the effectiveness of the cure would be stronger. It was also believed that a nerve from the third finger went directly to the heart. In astrology this belief is similar the "ring finger" is called the heart finger because of the belief of the special nerve or vein that was in the third finger connected to the heart and was a symbol of loved and fidelity.
Many people are now choosing this material because of its durability and the idea that like their marriage it will withstand time. Platinum is a very pure more so than gold which is normally only 75 percent gold and platinum rings are usually around 95 percent platinum. These rings do tend to be a bit more expensive but you are more than likely hoping that your ring will last forever so the price is well worth a ring that is so durable. Next of course is titanium. Titanium is kind of the new metal. It is very long lasting lightweight and not very expensive. These are the most durable wedding rings on the market and are very popular among men because of their elegant style and withstanding power.
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In ancient times the rings was connected with the Sun and Moon. It was believed that a ring would protect and was a magical guard so to speak to ward off all negativity through its continuity. Rings were considered to be magical and/or sacred. Gods and Goddesses even wore rings such as in the Babylonian mythology with tales of the rings of Shamash and Marduk. Rings have always been associated with the magic the zodiac and even more. Even today the wedding ring is believed to hold a kind of power that can be seen when a priest or minister blesses the wedding rings before the couple exchanges them. This practice symbolizes protective powers over their marriage or union.