The Rings of the Sagittarius
A ring is usually a circular band, normally of simple metal, often gold or silver, worn as regular jewelry. The word “ring” on its own denotes all jewelry worn on the hand; even if worn otherwise, the body part being mentioned is specified in the term, e.g. earrings, rings, neck rings, body piercings, finger rings, lip rings and toes rings. As defined, it means a small flat cut made of any suitable precious metal and often decorated with precious stones or decorations.
There are several different types of rings. Some have specific functions, for example, heart rings honor the love of a close friend or loved one, while wedding rings are used to signify the commitment between two lovers. Planetary rings however, have no such symbolic meaning. They are simply rings with gemstones of various solar systems and celestial bodies, such as the Sun, Moon, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Pluto. The names of these rings can be read off a list available online or from books that explain their meaning, but they cannot be given a literal meaning.
The most popular solar system ring, of course, is the Solar Ring, which is also the most popularly designed ring. Designed with a birthstone, the Solar is made out of a mix of eighteen different semi-precious stones arranged in a circular pattern, with a separate piece for each of the planets. The planets are: Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, Geminis, Rhea, Hale-Bopp, Aquarius, Cephalonia, Libra, Virgo, Capricorn, Aquarius, Pisces, Ophiuchus, Virgo, and Altair. They are usually not arranged in a way that makes a connection with the zodiac, though some rings do use this connection in the designs.
The Solar ring system can be bought as a single piece or as a multi-piece set with all of the pieces from each planet represented. It comes with two matching earrings as well as a gold bracelet that contain the main planet, a ring for each of the secondary planets, and a gold necklace. A few of the other ring sets available include: Omega, Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta, Epsilon, Eta, Gamma, Phi, Sigma, and Zeta. These can be purchased separately or as part of a set. Some retailers offer combinations of the main rings and moons for sale. This multi-purchase set can be more expensive than the single-purchase versions because of the connection to the entire star cluster, and the possibility that more than one planet is represented in the ring.
The fifth solar system ring in the series is called the Voyager 2 Ring. This ring system also contains a birthstone for Virgo, one for Capricorn, one for Aquarius, one for Taurus, and a ring for Capricorn. This ring has the same planets as the first three in the series, and a different ring symbol. In fact, the second ring system is much bigger and has five main planets instead of the previous three. This gives a more complete representation.
All of these rings have their own geometric interpretation according to astrological principles, namely algebraic structure. Algebraic structure is used to represent a geometric form using some numbers. It is a mathematical tool used to express an ideal on a particular scale by using some numbers. The Babylonians and Egyptians used algebraic structure in constructing the astrological charts they used to produce astrology. The rings of the Sagittarius are based on a similar construction, which is still used today.