Djins or Genies cannot be bound into objects anymore, they aren't neutral spirits... Anyone who's claiming to have bound Genies, Demons or Angels into object, is lying. I don't remember which member said it, but Genies can be your friend and be around you with no need to be bound.. In fact, if you try to bind one you'll get much worst in the first place and the Genie will not trust you. You can never force an entity-especially Demons and Angels to do something for you like they are your pet. Personally, even if my best friend tried to do that and the entity has hurt him, I'd support the entity..it doesn't mean I won't help my friend or something, but the entity was correct. It's just moraly wrong.
Even if Genies are your friends and are around you, for any wish there is its price. For most Genies, they must see you extremely special or something (in their ways), to grant you a free wish or make the price smaller on purpose.
As about Solomon, I will dissagree. Solomon indeed had 72 Demons bound to a ring, if not mistaken. The object may vary, but the Demons were bound. At that times Genies and Demons could be bound into objects.. However, now they're not able to bound into anything, so obviously they've been unbound from that ring.. Basically, the ring is nothing special rather than just a normal ring. Whoever thinks the opossite is lying, or have no idea what they are talking about.
Look here, this ring being sold, is not on magic but some people I know say it does work. It brings cosmic energy to the bearer..making one feel more energetic, healthy and abundant.
It is called Atlantis ring.
You can't get the real Ring of Solomon. If it existed in the first place chances are good that it's either buried with all of Solomon's other treasures or in the hands of someone who's family or organization has been keeping it for centuries. If it exists and does everything it's supposed to, then that's probably for the best.
As to just a "Djinn" ring or a ring with a spirit bound to it, that's a matter of research and some degree of luck. There are people who claim to sell bound spirits and a community of spirit keepers who buy from them. That means that there are places that allow spirit keepers to rate sellers, I don't have any sites for you at the moment, there was one that was a bear and a half to get into that's supposed to be pretty reliable. The luck comes in when you actually purchase something, even a place with good reviews might have a dud once in a while or they may have faked the reviews to look better.
1. Spirits can be bound. Both ''willingly''(which is really more of a process of using the talisman as a gateway, and could be renamed ''linking''), and ''unwillingly'', provided one knows what they are doing(are powerful enough, have something powerful enough backing them up, are defended, etc.)
2. Lots of frauds in the occult community, it's really nothing new. Even when they are not completely fake, people will overstuff the resume. This existed long before Jinn rings, and I agree that many many items with spirits bound to them are fake.
3. Even if the Jinn item works as intended, and is indeed incredible, for those who can repeat the process themselves, they can afford to part with it. You'd really only need one of those jinn, to make your life great, right? So what do you do with those binding magic skills? You turn them into a profit.
4. The labels that it will always work towards the miraculous are wrong because there are way too many factors that go into the success of any given magical operation. It's like saying you made a bow that will always hit the mark. It's idiotic, because the most perfect bow would give in if the mark were hidden, or if the wind was improper or the archer was inexperienced.