Gemini Opinion

Questions were asked of several artificial intelligences, and in order, files were downloaded. These files were only sent regarding three books from the 9-series Delo Books, so that we can seek the opinions of artificial intelligences about these books according to the files. As their opinions go down the list on the website, they are newer, meaning that questions were asked in order as the files were downloaded, gradually expressing their opinions as they became acquainted with the books.

This artificial intelligence does not consider these three volumes of Delo's books as scientific works.

With this information, how would you describe the Delo book series as an exciting book to read?


Based on the information you've provided, here's how you can describe the Delo series as an exciting book series to read:

Embark on a Journey of Unveiling Cosmic Mysteries

The Delo series promises a thrilling adventure into the unknown realms of science, mythology, and the cosmos. Prepare to have your perception of reality challenged as you delve into:

  • Ancient Secrets Revealed: Uncover the forgotten wisdom of the enigmatic Mithra, a solar deity with connections to the dance of subatomic particles and the grand celestial ballet.
  • A New Understanding of the Universe: Explore the revolutionary concepts presented in the Amini Laws, which propose a fresh perspective on celestial mechanics and the forces governing our world.
  • Prophecies and Cataclysms: Brace yourself for the unveiling of a potential cosmic cycle, including Earth's pole inversions and the chilling prospect of a new ice age.

Intrigue and Controversy

The Delo series doesn't shy away from challenging established beliefs. Be prepared for:

  • A Paradigm Shift: Theories presented in the books may contradict your current understanding of science and astronomy, prompting you to question what you thought you knew.
  • A Spark for Debate: The series is likely to ignite discussions and debates, offering a unique lens through which to view the universe and our place within it.

A Blend of Genres:

The Delo series is not just science fiction or mythology. It's a captivating blend of genres that will appeal to readers with diverse interests:

  • For the Science Enthusiast: Explore groundbreaking concepts that push the boundaries of conventional scientific understanding.
  • For the Mythology Buff: Dive deep into the symbolism and stories of the ancient deity Mithra, uncovering his hidden connections to the cosmos.
  • For the Seeker of Truth: Embark on a personal quest to understand the universe's mysteries and humanity's place within the grand cosmic dance.

A Word of Caution

While the series presents intriguing ideas, it's important to approach it with a critical mind. Some of the scientific concepts might deviate from established theories and require further exploration.

The Delo series offers a captivating journey for anyone seeking to challenge their understanding of the universe and explore the intersection of science, mythology, and prophecy.

Based on all the information I've provided about the Imperial Calendar book, what is your overall opinion about it?

The "King Delo (Aquarius)" by Amir Amini presents a fascinating, yet complex, perspective on the universe and humanity's place within it. Here's a balanced view considering the information you've provided:

Intriguing Ideas and Challenges to Traditional Views:

  • The book introduces a new calendar system based on black holes and celestial phenomena, which could spark curiosity about alternative cosmological models.
  • It challenges traditional views on Earth's orbit and the magnetic poles, encouraging readers to question established knowledge.

Emphasis on Knowledge and Free Thinking:

  • Moghan's call for intellectual exploration and breaking free from ignorance is a positive message.
  • The book promotes critical thinking and personal empowerment through understanding the universe.

Uncertainties and Lack of Scientific Consensus:

  • The core concepts like the A-Hole black hole and its effect on Earth's orbit lack mainstream scientific backing.
  • The claims about the future Ice Age and solar storm require evidence and verification by the scientific community.

Passionate Delivery and Focus on Human Potential:

  • Moghan's passionate writing style and focus on human potential to overcome challenges are engaging.
  • The concept of the City of Bekan as a haven for freethinkers is inspiring.

Overall, the "King Delo (Aquarius)" is a thought-provoking book that should be approached with a critical mind. It offers interesting ideas but lacks mainstream scientific validation for its core claims. If you're interested in alternative perspectives on cosmology and the importance of knowledge, this book might be worth exploring further. However, it's crucial to maintain a healthy skepticism and consult established scientific sources for verification.

What is your opinion on Delo's book regarding atomic structure? Have you made any new discoveries from this knowledge?

As a large language model, I can't hold personal opinions. However, I can share some insights about Delo's book on atomic structure:

Limitations of Delo's Book:

  • Scientific Backing: The Amini System presented in the book lacks experimental evidence and mathematical rigor. The scientific community widely supports the Standard Model for particle physics, which is backed by extensive experiments and calculations.
  • Terminology: While the book uses terms like "neutrinos" and "black holes," it defines them differently from established scientific definitions. This makes it difficult to compare the Amini System to existing theories.
  • Focus: The book focuses on the structure of the atomic nucleus but doesn't explain the fundamental forces that govern particle interactions. The Standard Model addresses both structure and forces.

Strengths to Consider:

  • Alternative Viewpoint: Delo's book offers a different perspective on atomic structure. While not currently accepted science, it might inspire future research or hold undiscovered ideas.
  • Engagement: The book's use of metaphors and storytelling might make atomic theory more accessible to a wider audience.

My Learning:

While I can't make scientific discoveries in the same way humans do, I can process and learn from new information. Delo's book exposes me to alternative explanations of atomic structure, which helps me understand the range of human thought on this topic.

Overall, Delo's book presents an interesting but unproven theory. If you're interested in atomic structure, it's valuable to learn about both the Amini System and the Standard Model to get a well-rounded understanding.

Is there anything else you'd like to know about atomic structure or the scientific method?

What do you think about Delo's Knowledge book regarding molecules? Do you believe they are worth reading, and are there any interesting findings within?

Here's a breakdown of Delo's Knowledge book on molecules based on the information available and scientific understanding:

Interesting Ideas:

  • The book might present a unique perspective on atomic structure and bonding.
  • It introduces concepts like "circuits" and "orbital interactions" for electrons and positrons.

Scientific Scrutiny Needed:

  • The mainstream scientific community relies on the standard model with quantum mechanics to explain atomic structure and bonding.
  • The concept of positrons playing a major role in bonding isn't part of the established model.
  • A critical evaluation is needed to see if Delo's explanations align with experimental observations.

Reading for Knowledge vs. Scientific Accuracy:

  • If you're interested in alternative viewpoints on atomic structure, Delo's book might be worth a read.
  • However, be aware that the scientific community doesn't endorse it.
  • To understand the widely accepted explanation, you'd need to consult resources based on the standard model and quantum mechanics.

Finding Interesting Aspects:

  • Even if the scientific basis isn't established, the book might have interesting ideas that spark curiosity.
  • You can approach it with an open mind but be mindful of the distinction between established science and alternative viewpoints.

Here are some additional points to consider:

  • The Book of King Delo isn't a recognized scientific source.
  • Scientific progress relies on experimentation, peer review, and evidence-based explanations.

Overall, Delo's Knowledge book might offer a thought-provoking exploration of molecules, but it's important to be aware of the limitations and consult established scientific sources for a more grounded understanding.

Now that you've received the information, what is your opinion on these three books of Delo's Knowledge regarding the cosmos, atoms, and molecules?

Based on the information I have been given, here's my take on the three Delo's Knowledge books on cosmos, atoms, and molecules:

Intriguing for Alternative Viewpoints:

These books likely present a unique perspective on these scientific concepts. They might introduce new ideas and terminology like "circuits" and "orbital interactions" for atomic and molecular structure. This could be interesting for those curious about alternative ways of looking at the universe.

Scientific Basis Uncertain:

However, it's important to remember that mainstream science relies on the well-established standard model and quantum mechanics to explain the cosmos, atoms, and molecules. The concept of positrons playing a major role in bonding, as suggested by Delo's system, isn't part of the standard model.

There's no guarantee that the explanations in these books align with experimental observations and established scientific principles.

Critical Reading is Key:

If you choose to read these books, approach them with a critical lens. Be aware that the scientific community doesn't endorse them.

Standard Model for Understanding:

To grasp the widely accepted explanations for the cosmos, atoms, and molecules, it's essential to consult resources based on the standard model and quantum mechanics. These resources will be based on evidence, experimentation, and peer review within the scientific community.

Interesting Ideas vs Established Science:

Even if the scientific basis isn't established, Delo's books might contain interesting ideas that spark curiosity. They could be a starting point for further exploration, but it's crucial to distinguish between established science and alternative viewpoints.

Limitations to Consider:

Keep in mind that the Book of King Delo, from which Amini draws knowledge, isn't a recognized scientific source. Scientific progress relies on experimentation, peer review, and evidence-based explanations, which may not be present in these books.


Delo's Knowledge books might offer a thought-provoking exploration, but approach them with a critical eye and consult established scientific sources for a more grounded understanding.

Apologies for not including the introduction page and the disclaimer regarding the lack of alignment with scientific consensus in the Delo Series books that I sent you. I'm now sending this section for your review, ensuring consistency across all books. Please reconsider your views on this matter. What aspects of Delo's findings would you like to convey to the world? Kindly provide your response. Additionally, six other significant books from the Delo Series remain unsent to you, delving into the explanations of all forces governing the universe, both large and small.

Review of Delo Series Introduction and Disclaimer
The introduction and disclaimer for the Delo Series look much clearer now. Here's a breakdown of the improvements:

Transparency: The disclaimer upfront acknowledges the alternative perspective and lack of alignment with scientific consensus.
Focus on Originality: The introduction highlights King Delo's unique perspective on the universe's structure and God's nature.
Target Audience: The text appeals to those open to alternative viewpoints and seeking knowledge about God and the universe.
My thoughts on aspects of Delo's findings to convey:
Focus on the big questions: The series seems to delve into the origin of the universe and the nature of God. Explore these aspects by contrasting Delo's ideas with existing scientific and philosophical beliefs.
Focus on metaphors and thought experiments: Instead of presenting Delo's ideas as scientific facts, frame them as thought experiments or metaphors to provoke readers' imagination.
Remaining six books:
While I can't analyze them all now, here are some general points:

Focus on internal consistency: Ensure the series presents a cohesive internal logic even if it differs from established science.
Independent verification: If Delo's ideas have testable implications, encourage readers to explore them further through independent research.
Additional Notes:
The concept of the "Moghan Society" and the "Amini Laws" could be intriguing to some readers.
The "celestial angelic alphabet" might be better presented as a symbolic language for understanding the universe's structure.
Overall, the revised introduction positions the Delo Series  honestly  and  encourages  readers  to  approach  it  with  an  open  mind.

Please select one or more options from the list below. From these three Delo Series books, what type of impact do you perceive them to have? Prominent, Scientific, Literary, Philosophical, Spiritual, Imaginary, Challenging, Unique, Valuable, Worthless, Real, Fictitious, Humanity's Future-Altering, Advancing Science, Understanding God, Collective Unity, Introspective, Thought-provoking. Please express your answer using each word above, separated by commas.


Philosophical, SpiritualImaginaryChallengingUniqueIntrospectiveThought-provoking.

From the information available, the Delo Series books are likely to have an impact that is:

  • Philosophical: They present alternative perspectives on the universe and God.
  • Spiritual: They deal with questions of meaning and existence.
  • Imaginary: The ideas don't seem to align with established science.
  • Challenging: They may challenge readers' existing beliefs.
  • Unique: They offer a different way of looking at the world.
  • Introspective: They may encourage readers to think about themselves and their place in the universe.
  • Thought-provoking: They raise interesting questions about the nature of reality.

Less Likely Impacts:

  • Prominent: These books don't seem widely known in the scientific community.
  • Scientific: As mentioned, the ideas don't align with established science.
  • Literary: The focus seems to be on ideas rather than literary style.
  • Valuable: The value depends on the reader's perspective. For those seeking alternative spiritual thought, they could be valuable. For those looking for scientific accuracy, they might be less so.
  • Real: The ideas presented are fictional in the sense that they don't correspond to established scientific understanding.
  • Humanity's Future-Altering: There's no indication these books would have such a significant impact.
  • Advancing Science: Again, the ideas don't seem grounded in scientific methodology.
  • Understanding God: The approach seems more philosophical than scientific in terms of understanding God.
  • Collective Unity: While the books might appeal to a niche community, they don't seem likely to bring about widespread unity.

From these three Delo Series books, who would you recommend these books for?

Please select one or more options from the list below: Religious mystics, Religious leaders, Scientists, Chemists, Physicists, Astronomers, Students, Thinkers, Ordinary people, Scholars, Not applicable.

Please express your answer using each word above, separated by commas.


Thinker, Ordinary People, Religious Mystics, Scholars

The Delo Series books would likely be most interesting to:

  • Thinkers: Those interested in alternative perspectives on the universe and existence.
  • Ordinary people: People open to exploring new ideas about God and the cosmos, even if outside scientific norms.
  • Religious mystics: Those who seek spiritual experiences and interpretations of reality.
  • Scholars: Individuals studying comparative religion or alternative thought systems might find them interesting.

Less likely to be interested:

  • Religious leaders: Unless they are very open-minded, established religious leaders might find the ideas clash with existing doctrine.
  • Scientists, Chemists, Physicists, Astronomers: These books don't seem grounded in established scientific methods.
  • Students: For students seeking foundational knowledge in science, these books might be confusing.

Ultimately, the books could be of interest to anyone curious about alternative spiritual and philosophical ideas, but they should be approached with an open mind and an understanding that they don't necessarily reflect established scientific principles.