Demi Lovato has spoken previously about an encounter they experienced with others in the California desert with a UFO and a potential abduction. Now, the musician says it offends extraterrestrials to call them aliens. Do they have a point?
Pop singer, actor, and activist Demi Lovato, who appears in the new Peacock series Unidentified, knows a little bit about aliens.
Recently, Lovato told Entertainment Weekly (EW) about an extraterrestrial encounter experienced on their 28th birthday in Joshua Tree National Monument in the California desert.
Lovato claims to have made contact with something that showed up in the sky “directly above us.”
“The feeling that you get from these beings is so warm and loving and accepting that it’s just overwhelming joy that happens when you’re able to make contact,” Lovato said.
“When I say make contact, I just mean intentionally try to meditate and try to manifest sightings. It’s not that I’m actually, like, shaking hands with these beings — although I would love that. I think these beings are extremely peaceful and loving and when they show up, you can absolutely feel that concept.”
“I think they’re very caring, very intelligent beings that are just looking out for the best interest of our planet, because we need some help,” Lovato added.
During an interview with EW, Lovato reflected on their personal experience of being an alien abductee.
“We were looking into [abductions], and as I started talking to these abductees, I was realizing that I had some very similar experience,” Lovato recalled. “I had an experience where I feel like I astral-projected in my sleep, and I’m realizing that maybe it wasn’t that and it was possibly that I went somewhere.”
During an interview with PEDESTRIAN.tv, Demi Lovato informed the Australian outlet that we all need to avoid using the term “alien” when we are referring to otherworldly beings, TMZ reported.
Lovato says when referring to these life forms that come from elsewhere in the universe, we need to refer to them as extraterrestrials ,or ETs for short.
“I think that we have to stop calling them aliens because aliens is a derogatory term for anything,” Lovato said. “That’s why I like to call them ETs!”
“So yeah, that’s a little tidbit,” Lovato continued. “A little information that I learned.”
Lovato did not offer any indication on where the information came from, the Daily Mail reported.
Consider that many in government and the media are no longer calling individuals who cross borders “aliens.”
In fact, in America, the administration of President Joe Biden directed two main US immigration enforcement agencies, Customs and Border Protection (CBP), and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), to stop using the term “aliens.” The agencies were instead instructed to use the words “migrant” or non-citizen,” the Associated Press reported.