Martin Liedtke’s The Holy Grail of the Great Reset, asks if you are awake. If you are, great! If not, he asks you to open your mind and think outside the box you've been trained to be stuck in for most of your life.
- This book, Martin's second, asks questions about the accepted narrative and probes our historic timeline. But, rather than make statements that cannot be proven Martin asks intelligent questions. He delves deep into the cavernous lies that have been embedded in your mind as fact. With his experienced eye, Martin prizes open the subjects of art, architecture, war and religion, and many more while he enquires about mankind’s ability to create and build such utter beauty while, at the same time, destroy it with such wretched horror.
- However, rather than doom-laden prophesies, which are a common theme among many books of this nature, Martin’s work is different in that, the further he probes, the more you begin to question the narrative yourself.
- By picking up this book, you are awake and for that, you are offered hearty congrats! But, what if you know someone who needs a wake-up call? Rather than jolting your sleeping friend into a world they feel they have no control over, like waking up to a nightmare instead of from one, give them this book and, with Martin’s questions, they will be gently prodded from slumber into a new dawn of wonderful possibilities.