In 1932 a German inventor by the name of Otto Maier, working at Gross Industries, astounded his countrymen and the world —or at least that part that was paying attention—with an invention that would allow German economy to eliminate their dependency on fossil fuels. He was awarded a patent for his work, and although he kept certain vital secrets out of his patent diagrams, he did demonstrate his device on numerous public and private occasions.
Witnesses from England and the U.S. announced that the engine indeed ran on “free energy”. When the war broke out, Gross industries and Maier were brought under the SS-development IV, but then, mysteriously, progress was halted and Otto Maier dissapeared. The man just vanished and he was never heard from again. The last conversation of Maier was to his co-worker Ernst Winkler, to whom he mysteriously said “I’ll see you on the other side.” Afterwards his work and devices were described as “junk” and works of a madman.
The disappearance of Otto Maier is one of the last unsolved mysteries.
The Maier files series bring the interpretation of this bizarre mystery surrounding the scientist Otto Maier in the form of a graphic novel. When trying to unravel the history of Otto Maier and the stories told by Rolf Naumann, one finds himself on a journey deep into the world’s secret history where nothing is quite what it appears. A macabre story, an occult tale of medieval heresy, esotericism, industrial espionage and banking fraud. A complex puzzle with many pieces!
Rolf Naumann once said, “The Grail message was written for those who genuinely seek the Truth.”
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.
Robert Frost’s 1916 poem The Road Not Taken