About Maier files
Many years ago I met a man named Rolf Naumann and I’m dedicating this entire graphic novel series to him and his mesmerizing story. The first time I met him was on one of my work related trips to Dresden, Germany. He ran a hotel business and he was a delight to talk to.
Every time I was in Germany for business I looked him up and we quickly became firm friends. I found I could ask him questions about more or less anything and he would tell me what he knew. During the course of one of our lively conversations, he baffled me by announcing that he inherited a big secret. “I carry a burden for too long now,” he explained, “it sounds crazy but keep listening… ” This would become the most bizarre and compelling story I ever heard. His story became the basis of the Maier Files and in a sense I’m producing the story, I wanted him to write.
The story of Otto Maier
Otto Maier just stepped off the map. Among the multitude of theories about his journals is one that holds Maier concocted it as a cryptographic decoy to draw the attention away from a bullion theft. But things are never as they seem.
When reading between the lines, a far more extraordinary story unfolds. Is it possible that Otto Maier was a modern day Argonaut, a defender of freedom, who sought and found his Golden Fleece?
Much of this takes us into worlds of the weird, metaphysical and supernatural. A lot of his scribbles, is unbelievable, even downright irrational. But, who knows? What if it turns out to be true that there’s something of most value hiding within? Maier, nevertheless took a truly fascinating journey. Follow the bread crumbs he left behind and take up the task of lifting the curtain on this world stage. And, like any good story, it is one which rewards repeated telling, and which only grows more relevant to each new hearing.
The enigmatic and dissident German SS-division Parzival. To some only a myth to others a dark reality. Who were those men? What did they protect and are they really linked to the Holy Grail-quest, or is this only a smoke screen for a simple banking fraud scheme and bullion theft?
Rumors tell that a witch society protects a very ancient Germanic sanctuary in Teutoburg forest. Their leader was a mysterious woman called the Albruna Gudrun. Did she really came from a place, as some claim, somewhere beyond the North? And did her teachings show the young girls the pathway to worlds of mystery and enchantment?
Maier files backstories