That’s so vastly historically inaccurate that I don’t even know where to start mate!
One of the original concepts of the forum was peer testing, which means keep a wide open kind of funnel for what can be discussed, no groupthink on what’s “real” etc., but then that requires people post honest results - actual results in terms of magick, not grandiose theophanies - and a part of peer testing is to judge what can be replicated by others.
It’s human nature to judge, what people cannot do is moralise on a working thread. But there’s no thought-policing and people are free to judge things as good or bad, valid or invalid, useful or dumb, etc., and choose whether or not to replicate the work or engage with the topic.
If I posted drinking bleach unblocked your third eye and made you crap solid gold nuggets (it doesn’t, by the way so please don’t do it, it’s very dangerouns) are you telling me you’d rush to embrace that without judgement?
An open mind is good, but not so open your brains fall out!