Shelltone Whale Project

Communicate with cetaceans and share their message to mankind using music, using sound...

Beneath the surface of the Oceans, whales are singing some amazingly complex and delicate songs, pure expression of their wisdom. It appears that anyone who approached a whale, and had a chance to listen to their songs, had the feeling that those peacefull creatures might have a tremendous knowledge still to be discovered and shared.

The mission of the "Shelltone Whale Project" is to become a link between us and the whales, by learning more from their songs, attempt to communicate with them and trying to understand their message to mankind.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Another great encounter with bottlenoses.

Today, after ten minutes of Shelltone underwater playing, about 50 bottlenose dolfins appears, together with Jan Cercone and Rocio Castellano Garcia, we swim and played with them for allmost 1 hour, as they just stayed and enjoyed the sound of the Shelltone I was playing for them. Again, they were wild offshore bottlenose dolfins, it's getting obvious now that someting new is happening here in Lanzarote.
Also last night we had a "whale sound healing session" with Jan Cercone, Carlos and Erik, in the Pyramide at Costa Teguise. About 60 people assist our session, it was wonderfull the share the feelings and emotions we had the same day with the dolfins...That was an escellent evening. The studies of those bottlenose tribes will continue, and probably within 3 or 4 month, while we will have establish an approach protocol, we might take people with us to share this unique experience.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Close encounter with a bottlenose family.

Jan Cercone is coming today from San francisco to work with us on bottlenose dolfins ecouters offshore Lanzarote, playing music and using meditation technics.
Yersterday, about 5 miles offshore Puerto Calero, aboard Christina and Juan's Blue Falc
on, we had a beautifull encounter with a "bottlenose family" they came to us after I stood for ten minutes playing the Shelltone under water with the boat stand still. The family of about ten individuals played with Rocio, Christina and Juan, while a large male faced me under water for 10 long minutes and engaged a sound exchage. Then they all vanished. I have a strong feeling we will meet again. The beautifull thing is that they are not "coastal" dolfins, they are offshore cruisers, we are talking about wild animals, nothing to compare with dolfins we use to meet in the Bahamas os South Kihei in Maui, that make this close encounter rare and beautiful.

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Shelltone whale project conference in Lanzarote.

The Shelltone Whale Project is now in Lanzarote in the Canarias Islands.
Soon we are going to operate dolfins & whales excursions and interspieces communication attempts using music, using sounds. Everybody is welcome to join. More infos at