Episode Two of the two-part short story. After discovering the alien's blood outside the Consulate, the Consul and the staff rushed to the building's surveillance room to check the security camera feeds, where they are able to process a photo of the female alien and learn her true identity - an identity that is top-secret and dangerous. Finally, they are able to decode the message through the computer and learn of its translation - a translation that puts the whole Consulate down into its very foundations.
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About the Short Story:
At the Earth Consulate located by the border of the Andromeda Galaxy, the building is just closing down when a wounded female alien walks up inside the entrance and leaves a message in an unknown and unfamiliar language. The Consul is then called up when the alien was suddenly gone in a swift, not leaving a trace. The only clue is a periwinkle-colored fluid by the side-road drain of the main space-highway. The whole Consulate is now down to its very core as the Consul and the staff rush to search for the female extraterrestrial, her identity, and the meaning her message - a message that not only concerns the Consulate, but home itself.
It's the year 9917, when Earth has now become a unified republic planetary state, consisting of its different countries unified and governed by the United Nations as its central governing body, and when deep-space exploration has long been successful, being able to make contact and interact with extraterrestrial races, and establish interstellar and intergalactic colonies, city-states, and provinces across the whole Milky Way, Andromeda, and the whole Local Group Galaxies, and parts of deep-space Universe.
Filled with hi-tech surveillance computers, facial-recognition software, image filters, modern optics, language translators, and high-end futuristic physics, with a mix of espionage and terrorism, "A Warning For Earth" is packed with deep-cosmic action.
"A Warning for Earth" is a two-part short story, totaling to 6,000 words.