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Haystack Mt vs Real Pyramids
1 Great Pyramid of Egypt 481
3 Luxor Pyramid in Las Vegas 364
4 Red/North Pyramid 341
5 Bent Pyramid 331
6 Collapsed Pyramid at Meidum 307
7 Haystack Mountain 300
8 Mount Li/Qin Shi Huan Mausoleum 249
9 Temple 4 Tikal 230
10 Pyramid of Cholula 217
11 Teotihuacan Pyramid of the Sun 216
12 Menkaure 215
13 Pyramid of Djoser 203
14 Tikal Temple 154
15 Pyramid of the Moon 141
16 Pyramid of the Magician Uxmal 131
17 Pyramid of Cestius, Rome 121
18 Tikal Temple 33 108
19 Monks Mound Cahokia 100
20 El Castillo Chitzen Itza 99
21 Lourvre Pyramid 68
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3.5 pages time 3:11 BouldeRome is a magical digital world on my Website, Google Earth & YouTube I created by blending Ancient Rome with Boulder Colorado.

Ancient Rome provides the story from Livy's 3,388 page book about the history of Rome. The book begins with Aeneas landing on Italy and abruptly ends around 150 BC during Rome's wars with Macedon. The last part of the book was lost. By following along with the story as told by Livy, I will never run out of events to act out in my show. These events include but are not limited to the re-creation of every random story, court drama, recorded conversation, law, revolt, battle, war, and even year.

The beginning of the Roman Calendar in 753 BC will have a real world birthday attached to it determined by the day I start my show. Time passes 50 times faster in Ancient Rome and BouldeRome than in the real world, so as I do a show every day for YouTube, it re-plays the last 50 days of Ancient Rome and BouldeRome. With time increased 50 times I can re create 1,000 years of Roman history in 20 years.

Current Boulder Colorado provides the physical framework for the events of Ancient Rome, so when you travel around Boulder, you are traveling around an exact replica of Ancient Rome. Everything in Ancient Rome has it's replica in Boulder; every person, building, city, tribe, language, battle, war, road, aqueduct, lake, and river, etc... This makes it so when we ride out bikes around Boulder, it is just like we are in Rome except we are on bikes and not horses, but they go about the same speed so it is almost exactly the same, minus the cars.

Basically what we have going on here is we have turned Boulder in to a vortex that is the meeting place between three worlds: 1 Boulder present time 2 Ancient Rome and 3 BouldeRome, because all three realities coexist in Boulder all at the same time and live and evolve together like the same person in parralel realities living the same lives yet with slight variations to everything that make everything look different yet follow the same pattern and living by the same laws of karmic cause and effect.

The educational benefit to having three worlds overlap is emmense because gives us the knowledge scope to be able to see the patterns of cause and effect of human actions and events which gives us the ability to acurately interperet and communicate the events of the present world and their consequences for the future.

We can consider so many particular events in Roman history as seeds of our current world civilization in the same way as scientists determine certain events as singular causes of events of enormous consequence, such as outbreaks of sicknesses being traced to a single person, or a social phenomenon coming from a single person, such as Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook. While there were other social media websites like Facebook, there could only be one and so the blue and white layout of Facebook becomes the norm and reverberates it's style throughout history. In this same way, Rome has influenced history. For example how we have the tradition of carrying the wife through the doorway in to the bed chamber comes from the rape of the Sabine Women at the very beginning of Rome in 753 BC when they carried the needed women into their houses after abducting them from their parents at the inagurual Roman games. More important that particular traditions coming from Rome, we can see the recurring social trends resulting from the different ways we have tried to share the wealth and power. For example, how in 510 BC when the Roman Kingdom was overthrown by it's own people who instituded a Republic and the royal family garnered support from neighboring royal families to return the monarchy as a way to preserve their own aristocratic power structure; and then this pattern was recreated two thousand years later when the French Monarchy was overthrown and neighboring countries attacked France so they could preserve their Monarchies.

When you have the DNA of our own culture's past that goes back to the very beginning that is superimposed onto the place where you live and you re live it, event by event, then you will have a solid foundation of knowledge to build on to follow the timeline of history with all of it's events up to our present time and place. When you add the third factor, the fantasyworld, and re-tell the events as a completely new story, then instead of being absorbed by the people in the story as though it's just normal people living non consequencial lives, we learn to see the events from a wider, more objective perspective so that we can interperet the events from an event-centered perspective instead of an individual-centered perspective. This way we can see the development of society in a scientific, cause and effect way. It is the concept of the parable. For example how Jesus told the story of the Christian disciples spreading Christianity to the whole world the way a mustard seed creates a huge tree. Telling the same story from different angles brings a more intelligent perspective.

 

BouldeRoman Time Chart
BouldeRoman Timeline
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350 Days
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