American singer-songwriter Demi Lovato thinks calling alien beings “aliens” offensive, according to a new interview. The 29-year-old singer recently expanded into docusery territory with not only the revealing documentary “Dancing with the Devil” but also with Peacock’s “Unidentified with Demi Lovato”.
According to Fox News, the latter, which is a four-part series, follows Lovato’s exploration of what can live beyond Earth as well as their attempt to come into contact with alien life. In a recent interview with a media outlet, the singer said there are certain things about the way people view aliens that they would like to change, including terminology. Demi said, “I think we need to stop calling them aliens because aliens are a derogatory term for everything. That’s why I like to call them aliens.”
The term “foreigners” has been the subject of heated debate in recent years, as many have found its use pejorative towards illegal immigrants. According to the online dictionary of etymology, “foreign” comes from the Old French word “foreign” and Latin “foreign”, both of which mean strange or foreign. He adds that the meaning “to reside in a country, not of one’s birth” dates from the mid-15th century, while the meaning “of a totally different nature” dates from the 1670s and that the usage of “not of this Earth” has been. first recorded in 1920.
Additionally, Lovato said they were particularly upset by misconceptions that aliens are “harmful or that they will come and take over the planet.” “I really think if there was anything that wanted to do this to us, it would have happened by now,” they suggested. During the discussion, Demi developed her idea that humans are probably safe from harm when it comes to aliens.
“I think if there were beings who could harm us, we would be gone a long time ago. I also think if there are civilizations that are of consciousness in other dimensions, which gave the technology to be able to travel through space, I think they are only looking for peaceful encounters and interactions because like I said if they wanted us to go we would be gone there a long time, ”they said. “What if they’re waiting for us?” Lovato asked later, adding, “What if that’s what they’ve been waiting for?”
Lovato had recently described “a beautiful and incredible experience” with a possible sorry alien, alien, in an interview with E! News’ ‘Daily Pop’. “We went into the desert at Joshua Tree and I basically saw this blue orb that was about 50 feet away, maybe less, and it was kind of like floating above the ground, just 10 or 15 feet away. feet, and it was kind of keeping his distance from me, ”they said.
According to page six, Demi added that they had a previous experience with a possible alien in 2020 on their 28th birthday, in which “something appeared directly above us in the sky” displaying “d ‘huge lights that made a question mark, almost. ” (ANI)
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