Monday, November 9, 2015

Doo Little+The Dragon's Eye = D.L.+T.D.E. = PT.DE = VW = WV = ZEN = O.E.M.C.C.C.C. = M.C.E.O.+C.C.C. = MelchizedekCloisterEmeraldOrder + ChaosComputerClub





Doo Little+The Dragon's Eye = D.L.+T.D.E. = PT.DE

VW = WV



ZEN = O.E.M.C.C.C.C. = M.C.E.O.+C.C.C.
MelchizedekCloisterEmeraldOrder+ChaosComputerClub
Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) is a term used when one company makes a part or subsystem that is used in another company's end product. The term is used in several ways, and the ambiguity of the term's usage can sometimes be unclear, even in context. It can alternately refer to a part or subsystems maker, the maker of a system that includes subsystems, an end product producer, or an automotive part that is manufactured by the same company that produced the original part used in assembly.
Generally, an OEM is the company that makes a part that is marketed by another company typically as a component of the second company's product. For example, if Acme Manufacturing Co. makes power cords that are used on IBM computers, Acme is the OEM.
Confusingly, OEM can sometimes also refer to companies like value-added resellers. In this usage if Acme Co. sells circuit boards to IBM for use in IBM mainframes, IBM is the OEM.
When referring to auto parts, OEM refers to parts and manufacturers involved in the final assembly of a vehicle—in contrast to aftermarket parts that can be installed after the car comes out of the factory. For example, if Ford used Autolite spark plugs, Exide batteries, Bosch fuel injectors, and Ford's own engine blocks and heads when building a car, then car restorers and collectors consider all of those brands as OEM brands, in contrast to aftermarket brands (such as Champion plugs, DieHard batteries, Kinsler fuel injectors, and BMP engine blocks and heads). This can mean that Bosch injectors, for example, are considered OEM parts on one car model and aftermarket parts on another model.




Hey


by


the Pixies


the thirteenth song 


off the very influential album "Doolittle" *1989






Hey


Been trying to meet you

Hey

Must be a devil between us

Or whores in my head

Whores at my door

Whores in my bed

But hey

Where

Have you

Been if you go i will surely die

We're chained

Uh said the man to the lady

Uh said the lady to the man she adored

And the whores like a choir

Go uh all night

And mary ain't you tired of this
 

Uh

Is

The

Sound

That the mother makes when the baby breaks


We're Chained



Take My Hand


by 


Greg

 

Olsen

15 Mesmerizing Mosque Ceilings

That Appear To Be Influenced

By Psychedelia





Higher consciousness,

also called Super consciousness (Yoga),

objective consciousness (Gurdjieff), 

Buddhic consciousness (Theosophy),

Cosmic consciousness, God-consciousness (Islam, Hinduism),

Christ consciousness (Christian Mysticism) and

Super- Human are expressions used in various spiritual

 and intellectual traditions to denote the consciousness 

of a human being who has reached a higher level of development. 

Y.de +++ The Dragon's Eye is an ancient Germanic symbol as collected by Rudolf Koch. The Dragon's Eye is an isosceles trianglepointing downward with a "Y" in the middle connecting the three points of the triangle together. According to Carl G. Liungman's Dictionary of Symbols, it combines the Triangle meaning threat and the Y meaning a choice between good and evil. The dragon's eye is a well known symbol of protection, said to protect anyone who recited the incantation to it. The dragon is a universal motif linked to various cultures of humanity for 5,000 years. The word dragon comes from "derkesthai" (Greek: to glance dartingly) which, in a Hindu tradition, was the hungry look of the very first being when its fiery spirit was born out of the abyss of water. The Dragon's Eye symbol stands for the balance of love, power and wisdom. Triple triangles are associated with the Goddess and the nine Muses.

#almosttuesday

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