Date : September 30th, 2011
If the scraping of autumn leaves on the asphalt reminds you of spooky tales such as W.W. Jacobs’s “The Monkey’s Paw”, then you are in for a metaphysical treat in this post. This LED path light by Kichler Outdoor Lights is so clever that it’s scary! It’s lifespan is 55,000 hours compared to a mere 1,200 hours of an incandescent. Why the long life span? Technology. But this post hints of the supernatural. Can a simple landscape lighting fixture enhance your youth and beauty?
Not all Egyptian motifs are cursed. However, in the vintage The Twilight Zone episode, “The Queen of the Nile” the scarab held youth-stealing power. In contrast, the pyramid shaped LED path light is much more likely to prolong your life and good health.
How? Decline in health usually begins after a broken hip from a fall after age 50. Installing low voltage landscape lighting of any kind can keep you from trips and falls. Trips and falls are usually the first major injury that occurs with aging. This injury snowballs and oftentimes causes further ill health because the individual is sedentary during the recuperation period. Bone density decreases because of lack of weight-bearing exercise such as walking. These easy to install 8” in ground mount stakes are included so that your Pyramid LED landscape lighting fixture can illuminate your garden walkway this very night. Walk over now to your computer and order this LED outdoor lighting fixture to preserve your youth and mobility!
It’s not the mystic pyramid that gives you youth and health. Or is it? Pamela Morris, the fictional character in “The Queen of the Nile” decorated her home with the Eye of Horus and gold leaf accessories. It’s likely that her vanity table had a few snake-shaped cosmetic holders too. Her timeless beauty is credited to her nasty bug, the enchanted scarab. It didn’t hurt that she was born, the famous beauty, Cleopatra of Ancient Egypt. Just don’t threaten to blab about her beauty secrets like Jordan Herrick did.
Add an exotic air to your yard with these low voltage LED pyramid path lights. You don’t have to own a sprawling place to enjoy the mysteries of ancient Egypt. Daydream about the temple of Karnak or the throne chair of King Tut. What do you think of the supernatural? What would you do with several lifetimes?