Kesha Says Her New Album Was Influenced by Close Encounter with UFOs

Written by on May 13, 2018 in ETs, UFOs & Crop Circles, Reality's Edge with 0 Comments

By Kalee brown | Collective Evolution

In a recent interview, singer Kesha claimed that her latest album was inspired by a close encounter with UFOs at Joshua Tree. Some of the artwork on her album, said to be inspired by her experience, even features spaceships.

In the interview, Kesha said: “I was in Joshua Tree, totally sober, let me preface – completely f***ing sober … I think people would be like, ‘She was on acid’ or something. I wasn’t. I was on nothing. I was a totally sober Sally, just a lady in the desert. I look up in the sky and there’s a bunch of spaceships.”

Kesha continued, “I swear to God, there were like five to seven, and I don’t know why I didn’t like try to take a picture of it – I just looked at it.”

“I was sitting on a rock, and I was like, ‘What in the hell is that?’ I was trying to figure it out, and then they went away. And then they came back.”

‘They came back in a different formation than the one they were in previously. I was like, ‘Those are f***ing aliens.’ They were spaceships!”

Kesha also noted that they were in different formations, a common occurrence when it comes to UFO sightings.

Kesha and the interviewer then get into what those spaceships mean in relation to “God” and the universe. They discuss how their view on God is more cosmic than religious, noting that the connection we hold to nature and the universe suggests we hold some sort of connection to anything outside of our planet, too.

You can watch the full interview here, and these topics are mostly discussed around the 10 and 15 minute marks. To me, it’s exciting to see these topics discussed in the mainstream, but it’s also natural to question the validity of her alleged experience.

Many people will simply brush her off, thinking that these statements were made to boost her popularity or to craft a certain public image. Though this could be correct, she could simply be adhering to a larger agenda and perhaps is being controlled by the elite, similar to many other celebrities; however, she could also be telling the truth.

Yes, the CIA has been known to help shift the dialogue surrounding “conspiracy theories” to throw people off from the truth, and the elite use media and pop culture to influence the public. So, Kesha’s alleged UFO encounter could be another example of people using media to manipulate the public.

However, it’s important to keep an open mind and remember that for many people, UFO sightings are very real. UFO sightings aren’t uncommon, and there’s no question that UFOs exist, thanks to tons of government officials, whistleblowers, declassified documents, and public sightings.

Before you make any assumptions, I urge you to look further into Kesha’s story, as well as UFOs, in order to understand the bigger picture. First, let’s take a look at Kesha’s musical career and her alleged relationship with the elite and her “handler,” Dr. Luke.

Symbolism in Kesha’s Music and Her Lawsuit Against Dr. Luke

This marks the first time Kesha will be coming out with new music for a while, as she was previously blocked from releasing new music thanks to a contract with Sony and Dr. Luke. Kesha signed this contract over a decade ago, but then tried to get out of it due to allegations of Dr. Luke physically, emotionally, and sexually abusing her.

Kesha was allegedly put under severe stress that almost cost her her life as a result of mistreatment and abuse by her producer. She claims Dr. Luke had complete control over not only her career but her entire life as well, and the lawsuit included many brutal details of alleged abuse that sounded eerily similar to the type of abuse involved with MK Ultra and Monarch Mind Control victims. It has been speculated that these CIA-sanctioned programs shifted toward the music industry, which you can read more about in our CE article here.

Another reason why many have speculated that Kesha was a pawn used by the elite is that her music held tons of Illuminati and occult symbolism within it. The music video for her song “Die Young” had a strange amount of Illuminati symbolism in it, and the song came out right around the time that the Sandy Hook shooting occurred. Kesha faced a lot of public scrutiny as a result, to which she responded with claims that she was forced to sing those lyrics.

Kesha also came out with a song called “Dancing With The Devil” in which she sings about selling her soul, and she even wrote a song about cannibalism. In an interview with her, The Rolling Stones actually brought up the high level of Illuminati symbolism in her music, to which she made joking remarks and even showed off the large tattoo she has on her hand of an eye.

(To learn more about elite symbolism in the music industry, including Kesha’s music, I encourage you to check out the site Vigilant Citizen.)


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