Question about Optics
We have 2 bed side lamps fitted in each of 2 bedrooms. They are all of the touch sensitive switching type, fitted with conventional tungsten bulbs and provide a range of light intensity from low to medium to high.
They were all purchased from B&Q stores about 18 months ago and have been problem free until last month.
Recently they have dispalyed erratic behaviour of self illuminating and sequentially flashing without any human or physical contact. In one instance all four lamps were flashing simultaneously.
I suspected the cause to be an electricity power surge and fitted an inline power surge protector to the lamps. This device has been unsuccessful as the problem has occured again.
Another solution would be to fit in-line off/on switches but before doing that I would like to know if you have a better solution.
Thank you in anticipation
Ok the problem you are experienceing is cause from supernatural forces dwelling in you abode. to solve this problem and remove any spirits you must...
Open all windows and doors.
Burn some sage in a shell and fan the sage smoke in all the corners of every room, hallway and closet.
Urge the spirts to leave peacefully and move on into the light.
Repeat in every room.
You have now "smudged" your house and it is spiritually clean.
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
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