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clocks #87929 09/12/19 12:49 AM
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Where is the best place to hang a clock? Large or small clocks? Pendulums?

Re: clocks [Re: Mrs_Green] #87932 09/13/19 06:52 PM
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Helloo Mrs_Green,

I remember Marie talking about not having non-working clocks displayed and also that you should put electrical clocks at least 5 feet away from your head at night so you’re not in the electrical field they radiate.

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Shawn

Re: clocks [Re: Shawn_Grim] #87933 09/13/19 09:31 PM
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Yes, I realize that. I'm referring more to clocks in the dining room and living room, etc.

Re: clocks [Re: Mrs_Green] #87938 09/16/19 06:32 PM
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Yes, I don't remember Marie mentioning anything specific about that. I'd look at if of was primarily a big wooden framed clock, I'd use it where wood would assist. If it doesn't really have an element feel to it, then I'd default it to metal and place it where it's best needed from that aspect.

The other thing I remember Marie mentioning is to not give clocks as gifts.

All the best,

Shawn


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