It's not enough to just use technology to make things look cool - they have to mean something to you personally
Waltham, MA (PRWEB) March 25, 2009
Tarot.com, the leading online provider of authentic interactive divination experiences to over 10 million monthly visitors, today announces the availability of its new Passion Quest Reading from acclaimed Tarot scholar Isha Lerner. This exclusive spread taps into a unique divination card system to provide profound insight and advice for individuals seeking romantic enlightenment.
In keeping with Tarot.com's "Do-It-Yourself Divination", this reading lets the user ask their question, pick and shuffle and get the tailored advice without having to talk to someone claiming to be clairvoyant.
This unusual divination reading uses flower cards from Lerner's Power of Flowers deck to represent an individual's personal growth in the realm of love in general, and more specifically as expressed through sexuality. The deck has some similarities to Tarot in that it is shuffled, dealt out in a spread, and then interpreted -- but it is also uniquely its own type of divination system.
"It's not enough to just use technology to make things look cool - they have to mean something to you personally," said Tarot.com General Manager Jessica Abel. "That is why we partner with leading divination scholars to create personalized and powerful tools that can really help people take control of all aspects of their lives. Our goal with this latest reading was to open new doors for people who are feeling a loss of passion in their relationship - and we achieved that with the Passion Quest reading from Isha Lerner."
Priced at $5.95, members and visitors of Tarot.com may fulfill their quest for true passion by trying out the new Passion Quest Reading at http://www.tarot.com/product/input/?id=68100.
Tarot.com was founded in Portland, Oregon, in 1989 by Paul O'Brien, a spiritually-oriented software entrepreneur. NameMedia acquired Tarot.com and it's network of visionary sites in 2007.
NameMedia owns and operates many of the largest and most active enthusiast community sites on the web, including sites focused on photography, gardening, crafting, stamping, astrology, rock climbing and sky-diving. Headquartered outside Boston in Waltham, Massachusetts, more information is available at http://www.namemedia.com.