Soulmate Drawing: Your soul mate may not be written in the stars by the universe, but an Etsy psychic can draw him or her on paper.
Thousands of romantic hopefuls have turned to the e-commerce website during quarantine in the hopes of finding their true love through The Psychic Artist, an anonymous seller who claims to have psychic abilities to draw one’s “soul mate.”
A STUDY REPORTS THAT MEN HAVE LESS SEX AS A RESULT OF THEIR MORE SOLO ENTERTAINMENT OPTIONS.
A description for the soul mate drawings reads, “My drawings are very realistic and accurate.”
“This service will bring a reflection of the person you’ll marry, describing and drawing your Soulmate’s physical appearance!”
When it comes to delivering the above-mentioned soul mate, the seller has reduced the wait time from a lifetime to just 24 hours.
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Fortunately for those considering paying the reduced price of $33.61 (as 59,933 have already done), the psychic claims to have the skills to back up these hastily drawn portraits of lasting love.
“I was born with the ability to read people’s minds. Governments, celebrities, judges, lawyers, and everyone in between have used my psychic abilities.
After successfully working with several public figures and government institutions [sic], explaining and drawing exactly what will happen next, I was dubbed PsychicArtist.
“I have had over 7000 clients in my career, and all of my predictions have come true,” the psychic continues.
The accuracy of the predictions appears to be up for debate among those who have paid for the service, which includes a portrait sketch and a detailed description of the alleged suiter’s characteristics based solely on your name and birth date.
“Extremely accurate. With the reading, he was very quick and precise.
I have been staring at the drawing ever since,” one person wrote — though they did not share whether they found their soul mate yet.
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“Loved it! I’m looking forward to seeing if it comes true!” In the reviews, someone else wrote.
“I purchased this service out of pure curiosity, and after three months, I recently met a wonderful man!
I’m shivering all over because he’s exactly how [Psychic Artist] described him! THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR SHAREING YOUR GIFT WITH OTHERS!” One reviewer included a photo of herself and her boyfriend in her review.
One reviewer gave it a one-star rating, saying, “Not really accurate as to when I met my soulmate.”
“My drawing looked almost just like another reviewer’s drawing,” another one critical of the service wrote, suggesting the Psychic Artist is reusing sketches.
“I found the drawing itself rather generic, as it could be of a few people that I already know, as well as a few people I’ve swiped right on.
That being said, I thoroughly enjoyed this service, and really hope the predictions come true.
I will update this review if it does, especially if they prove to be accurate,” one person wrote, awarding it three stars.
The psychic’s drawings have become something of a trend in recent months, with TikTokkers fronting the cost to then detail their experience later on the video-sharing platform.
However, the TikTok users may be compromising their own success, as the psychic is firm in stating these “confidential” images.
“should not release to any other soul because the consequences could lead to an energy blockage of your aura and it will interfere with the connection” between you and your soul mate.
According to a writer for The Verge who also utilised the Psychic Artist’s service.