Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 13, 2012
Spanish language tarot card reading, horoscope, numerology and astronomy website service SitioHispano.com is preparing a comprehensive English version of their service in hopes to reach a wider market of users and subscribers. English-speaking users will soon be able to avail of the site’s tarot gratis service.
The service has become popular in many Spanish-speaking countries and regions, including Mexico, Argentina, and Spain. Tarot card reading, horoscopes, numerology and astrology continue to be a popular practice is some parts of these countries.
Free tarot card reading, or tarot gratis, continues to be available on the Internet, even in this age of social media and social networking. Tarot has been in practice in Europe since the 18th century, first used as regular playing cards then soon used in divination, fortune telling, and other such practices.
SitioHispano.com gets thousands of visitors everyday, referring to the site for the daily, weekly, and monthly horoscope. The site also offers the Mayan Horoscope, which has been popular as of late because of its connection to the 2012 end of the Mayan calendar and its predictions.
The site also contains hundreds of other free services and thousands of articles from different articles written by astrologers, tarot readers, and some of the most prestigious specialists in the Hispanic world. All of these services are also expected to translated to English along with the main website itself.
Sitio Hispano also offers Eastern practices like the Chinese Horoscope and Feng Shui, both of which have become popular even among Spanish-speaking regions.
The English translation is expected to be released in the coming months, as there are thousands of content to be processed for this translation.
About Sitio Hispano
SitioHispano.com is an online portal for astrology, free horoscopes, and the annual reading of the Oracle of the Tarot and Runes, with over ten years of experience providing services to hundreds of thousands of consultants met.
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