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1. Can someone tell me where in Athens, GA I might find a store that sells sage for burning-warding off spirits?

Traditionally the sage must be presented as a gift from the local tribe. Sage is a sacred herb and is not something that should be sold. If you have a neighbor with a sage plant ask for a fist full - this is now a gift, tie the ends with twine and hang upside down for 24 hours - then wrap twine around the sage bunch in a figure 8 and return to hanging position for 48-72 hour to complete drying. Once it is dry begin in the most easterly room and proceed towards the west with the sage smoking but not aflame (carry a vessel with sand in it to extinguish and flare ups) gently move your hand north to south to clear the room of any negative energy (no chanting required). Fill your mind and heart with feelings of peace and goodness and bless each room and then walk the suns path around the outside of your home to create a welcome to good spirits and an exit for bad. Once completed extinguish the sage in the sand and leave the stalk outside your door on the left to welcome good spirits. You can also place a small pillar of salt outside on the left of you kitchen door and inside the door of your pantry as a symbol of blessing and plenty. Place a bowl of lavender and rose petals beside your bed on the side closest to the window to invite love and balance back to your marriage

2. What is the phenomena behind a gas stove that should not be placed opposite to a kitchen door?

It's because gas fitters can no longer think for themselves.A gas cooker is different to an electrical cooker by virtue that it has a 'live flame'.A draft can 'distort' the flame so it can catch nearby handles or tea towels and the fitter can legally no longer decide this for himself, so he has to do it according to some 'pen pusher' who probably has never been out in the field himself. Of course, any gas fitter worth his salt would assess the situation for himself but now, due to the fear of being sued, he has to do what he is told.It use to be 'advisory' that a gas cooker not be placed where it can be affected by draft and advisory that installation of a gas hob should not take place within 300mm of an opening window. It was also advisory that 'switches' or electrical boxes not be place above the counter top within 300mm. All common sense precautions that is why you go on a gas installers safety course. But this common sense approach has now been taken out of the hands of the 'man on site' in favour of the 'pen pusher' who knows nothing!An on site assessment of how a live flame is affected by increasing and deceasing oxygen levels by causing drafts and cutting off free air flow in a particular kitchen is different for every job and CANNOT be legislated against or computerised, there would have to be 100s of 1000's of different papers. It is for the man on site to assess the situation for that particular kitchen and that particular site and then using the knowledge he has amassed, make an informed decision. Just like surgeons come to different conclusions on how to 'tackle' the problem, the man on site may come to a different opinion to his peers, but they both have your safety in mind and they can explain their particular decision. Unlike the person who is merely following the rules laid out for him by an untrained and unknow source!Now the 'gas fitter' is not allowed his opinion although he has trained extensively for exactly that. I'm glad I'm out of all that

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3. I have a very tight storm and kitchen door but in the summertime between doors get infested with flies.?

Spray the door frame with outdoor surface spray,it will keep them away. But make sure you do it from the outside and close you inner door.

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