Visionary/Author R.M. Soccolich was not an ordinary child. At nine years
of age, he wrote his first essay, it was called China of the Mind and
dealt with his reflections on the prevailing social hypocrisy he found
in his school, his catholic church and in the nature of his diverse, yet
painfully similar, peers. By the time Soccolich reached High School, his
ironic outlook upon the world found him deeply entrenched in the
relentless search for the spiritual essence of material existentialism
and the synthesis of all opposites he found in his perceptive path.
Soccolich had come to see, in the dawn of his youth, the deep and
paradoxical nature of truth. He knew this truth which he had come to see
so clearly, would never define itself as this or that. No, this truth,
this truth, was always going to reveal itself as a dynamic synthesis
between this and that, a formula which could (and would) be expressed in
a thousand different ways. It was this gathered intuition, and nothing
less, which led Soccolich to amass massive files of global information.
And, it was this intuition which challenged Soccolich to go one step
further and cross-correlate this huge catalogue of information into the
creation, and synthesis, of a dense archive of purposeful human history.