I know how this is gonna sound, and I wanna share with you so we can argue and I can find some grounding.
I’ve thought often that music is a way to spread certain messages, but it always felt a bit out there so I haven’t shared it until now, anonimously.
To me Rihanna and Katy Perry have a song each that touches onto the UFO / NHI topic from a “We come in peace” aspect. I’ll illustrate my point.
I recently heard Umbrella by Rihanna again, and Katy Perry’s E.T. came to mind right after. If you look into the lyrics they adress a sort of message that NHI are different but not dangerous. They’re not the most known songs but definely have gotten some international attention, being broadcast all over the world for a few years.
E.T.’s first four verses are quite interesting;
You’re so hypnotizing
Could you be the devil?
Could you be an angel?
Your touch, magnetizing
Feels like I am floating
Leaves my body glowing
They say, be afraid
You’re not like the others
They don’t understand you
You’re from a whole ‘nother world
A different dimension
You open my eyes
And I’m ready to go
Lead me into the light
To me, it touches onto topics spoken about NHI recently. The unknown of their morale and ethics (good or evil), the spread that they’re aggresive when it’s might not be the case, the fact that they might be from another planet or interdimensional… Am I crazy? I might… It’s fair to say, though, that these ideas have been tied to the Alien image for decades, so it’s not a very new concept, but still. It rings very in tune with current events to me.
Whereas Rihanna’s Umbrella;
These fancy things will never come in between
You’re part of my entity, here for infinity
When the war has took its part
When the world has dealt its cards
If the hand is hard
Together we’ll mend your heart
When the sun shines, we shine together
Told you I’ll be here forever
Said I’ll always be your friend
Took an oath, I’ma stick it out to the end
Now that it’s raining more than ever
Know that we’ll still have each other
You can stand under my umbrella
So, again, I know it sounds very out there. But I feel like this song in particular talks from the point of the NHI adressing us. The umbrella being some sort of protection for idk what. They swore and oath and are not leaving us exposed. It’s like some sort of subliminal message. This song is the one that boosted Rihanna, right?
I believe some artists are channels for a group of people to spread some ideas into the public minds through music or other form of art.
I don’t know guys. What do you think about it? Should I talk to my therapist about it ASAP? Lol.