“One Tin Soldier” is a 60s era anti-war song written by Dennis Lambert and Brian Potter. The Canadian pop group Original Caste first recorded the song in 1969. The track briefly reached limited popularity locally and reached Number 34 on the American pop charts in early 1970.
“One Tin Soldier” tells the abstract story of a hidden treasure and two neighboring peoples, the Mountain People and the Valley People. The Valley People are aware of a treasure on the mountain, buried under a stone; they send a message to the Mountain People demanding those riches. When told they can share the treasure, the Valley People instead decided to take it all by force. After killing all the Mountain People, the victors move the stone and find nothing more than a simple message: “Peace on Earth.” Ironically, the valley people destroyed the treasure in pursuit of it.
[I am posting this as a followup to a recent conversation regarding the so-called Annunaki discussion that Vlad encouraged through his video compilations. I feel “D” expresses some very good points worth considering. As Gandhi once said, an eye for an eye will only make the whole world blind. It is time to stop blaming “others” and start taking responsibility for ourselves to be ourselves in every moment. -Troy/Dreamwalker]
Originally posted by D on Removing the Shackles
This morning, after being offline for 3 days (soo sooooo busy in the community right now!) (and yes, an update is coming very very soon!), I had mountains of skype messages to go through, and was afraid to even open my email, lol.
One of the first messages on skype that I read was from my “big brother”, and it immediately triggered one of those conversations that comes from deep within. The words that tumbled out illuminated quite brightly for me, so I will post my thoughts here (edited for the sake of privacy).
The two main thoughts that really came out this morning were, who we ARE vs who we WERE, and the perception of the external “blame”.
*Note: as usual, I am giving my OWN personal perception and opinion. My comments are a mirror of my own journey and my inner resonance with the knowledge that I have been seeking.