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Could Earth look like Mars—tomorrow?

“Be still and know that I am God.” is very old advice from our Creator. Sieglaff’s book gives it new meaning.


One of the sci-fi books that readers could expect in the upcoming 2018 Frankfurt Book Fair is Cecil Sieglaff’s “Be Still”—on display from October 10-14, 2018 in Frankfurt, Germany.

Sieglaff’s “Be Still” falls in the genre of fiction yet it speaks of profound reality that compels readers to act carefully in preserving—the Earth. The book highlights that the Earth is a garden. People do not know of any other planet that is as majestic. Perhaps Mars is a lesson and example.  Sieglaff’s advice is not new, but is definitely enough to take into consideration.

Open your mind to the possibilities of tomorrow’s devastation and act carefully today as suggested in Cecil Sieglaff’s “Be Still”.

“Be Still”
Written by Cecil Sieglaff
Published by Xlibris
Published Date: June 22, 2017
Paperback: $18.94
About the Author
Cecil H. Sieglaff is not a physicist or a scientist. A comment from a scientist immersed in search and research, who had spent much effort to come up with a satisfactory explanation of gravity, said in hope. Maybe it will come from somebody on the “outside.” Meaning a dreamer or visionary—not as the research reward; just a timely revelation. Such things as laws of science exist and are not invented, just revealed or discovered. If it is the right time for mankind to have such knowledge maybe it is in the hands of some higher power. The writers life has been one of solitude with time for thoughts and dreams. If you like to venture outside the mainstream, then follow his serious fiction. BE STILL is his Waterloo now2dream.

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