I don't want to channel for personal reasons, I don't have any issues that I haven't dealt with in the normal manner. I want to channel because it has been made clear to me that I have an inclination towards being skilled at that type of activity. I don't like wasting any skill that I may possess.
Sorry, English is not my mother tongue, but that's how I understand what "inclination towards being skilled at" something means: it reads to me like you'd showed interest and made at least some preliminary effort toward becoming skilled at it. That's what that person seemed to say. It doesn't mean you have that skill or even that you can become skilled in it. But maybe something got lost in translation. Anyway, following your way of reasoning: what if you were told by the same, or another person that you show quite a potential of becoming skilled as a dictator, for example? Would you as gladly pursue that objective so that you don't waste that skill?
In other words, your arguments not always make sense to me.
I didn't ask for advice from anyone except one person, I had my reasons for reaching out to that particular person.
And what if that one person had his own reason for not answering you? A reason that might, or might not, have anything to do with you personally.
There is a great saying that I like to quote, "First, remove the beam out of your own eye, and then you can see clearly to remove the speck out of your brother's eye."
It doesn't seem that you are applying that saying to yourself.
I didn't ask anyone's advice about using the psychomanteum. I asked for comments about how people deal with the frustration of feeling like you are being ignored.
If you had not focused so much on defending yourself, you might have noticed that that's what numerous members tried to share with you: that they would question their feelings and motivations first of all. But you chose to ignore (reject, attack) those replies and it seems that there is only one kind of reply that you'd appreciate: unconditional validation of your feeling and the expectation that follows. It doesn't look like a fair game to me.