Found Outer Space Transmission Of Earth’s Whale Songs. By Hank Curci, SCIFI Author


Outer Space Transmission Of Earth’s Whale Songs.


Signal Believed To Have Been Sent From Star Cluster Centauri NGC5139..17,000 light years away.


Story Synopsis

Outer Space Whale Songs..

Further, WHALE SONG signal Believed to Have Been Sent By Spacenoodles Outer Space Character Named Silicon Sally.

Sally lives in the beautiful Centauri Globular Star Cluster 17,000 Light Years away and she can be found in Hank Curci’s Outer Space Greeting Cards at:

Sally’s Electronic language has evolved along the same evolutionary path as Earthly whales and dolphins.

These Planet Earth marine mammals use the sonic properties of water to carry their language of squeaks and whistles.

Silicon Sally uses surrounding magnetic energy field to electronically transmit her telepathic pulses she uses to communicate with her species.

Silicon Sally‘s electronically transmitted telepathic pulses are on the same frequency as the Earthly Whales squeaks and whistles.

NOTE: The Outer Space Whale Songs are coming from a star cluster that is 17,000 light years away, hence it takes 17,000 years for the signals to reach Planet Earth.

Click On Picture To See Silicon Sally and all of Hank Curci’s Spacenoodles Characters that he has evolved.

Hank Curci signs his Outer Space Greeting Cards Enrico his name in Italian.. his surname is Henry and Enrico is Henry in Italian.. Hank Curci’s family is from Northern Italy.



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One Response to “Found Outer Space Transmission Of Earth’s Whale Songs. By Hank Curci, SCIFI Author”

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