I am no expert in jumping off of a building, and I am completely ok with that, but suggesting someone not to do it because of the very certain consequences, risks and whatnot, could be a reflection of my lack of expertise on jumping off of a building, BUT my advice is also true.
Also, I noticed that you never replied to a question I posted on your thread a little while ago, just in case you missed it I will leave the link here.
Exactly. And to expand on the same image, if I'm not an expert in jumping off buildings and I warn someone that it is dangerous, is that "cowardly"? Nobody's blocking anybody, people are free to listen to a warning or not. Now if on the other hand I'm no expert in jumping off buildings and I don't personally do it, but when someone talks about it I tell them: "yeah go for it, it will be fine, no problem". How is that of any help I wonder.
I agree with the above and would like to ask another question, that if you're true to form thus far, will most probably go unanswered. That is, why the psychomanteum?
Perhaps it would be a good idea to revisit the considerations that Laura gave to establishing an effective feedback mechanism that delivered as objective information as possible.
Chapter 36: Hailing the universe
Also some background for considerarion. First transcripts 1994, then didn't get the psychomanteum/psychomantium built until 1998 - so apart from practicing with as robust feedback as could be arranged and prior to that spending a couple of years, IIRC, sifting through random dead dudes who were not higher sources and sending them on their way. Also learning that having peeps around with the wrong intent could skew information coming through, it took four years before the psychomanteum was used.
That's a whole lot of practice that teaches much more than just studying a subject could achieve in practicing in the aim of gaining objective feedback prior to using the psychomantium where there is no guarantee that the information is subjective, totally skewed or given by a dead dude with a less than benevolent agenda.
Then apart from the feedback considerations, the C's urged networking - methods and results are published here and on the Cassiopean Experiment site for that purpose.
So from what can be gathered so far given your resistance to feedback, refusal to network by answering questions put to you, are potentially putting yourself at great risk of harm. It's just plain irresponsible to not warn you or to encourage you without at least getting more information.