Lotus tarot – What is it?
Lotus Tarot is a tarot card deck that was created by Alison Day. Like the original tarot deck it also features 78 cards with 22 of those cards being in the major arcana and the other 56 cards representing the minor Arcana. Alison Day herself came up with the meanings of the tarot cards themselves in this particular deck.
Her interest in the tarot and the psychic world began when she was only 16 years old. Even as a young woman she realized the readings could help provide clarity and comfort in a life that was clouded with confusion at that point in time.
Her abilities themselves became stronger when she got more into the use of meditation. Most psychic readers and readers will tell you that your visions and the images that you receive will become clearer to you when you’re able to have a higher consciousness through meditation.
What once started as something that she found fun to do; she shared this opportunity with a close friend, and it has grown into a huge part of her adult life.
Now she herself is an internationally well known tarot reader and creatively known as the developer of the Lotus deck which puts her in a league of her own.
It is available currently only on one site which offers free automated tarot readings. Just as a warning note that these are free automatic readings with descriptions as to what each card means. These can both be good and bad when it comes to getting the answers you seek for the future. It is good in the sense that you’re able to keep your information private and ask questions that are only you yourself will know.
It’ll also give you a fast answer and the definition of what the cards mean in comparison to what you’re currently dealing with. The only bad thing with automated tarot card readings is that you don’t have an actual human reader who is able to pick up on emotions or use any other type of divination to get the answers that you seek.
That’s not to say that the Lotus site is a bad thing, as usual use discretion when knowing the difference between getting an automated reading and getting one that is done by a human reader.