Sanghamitta, C.G Jung (Carl Jung) explored the I Ching and Tarot cards with scientific interest, and Isaac Newton explored astrology.
Ridiculed and mocked by his peers, he scolded them:
"I, Sirs, have studied the object, you haven't."
Very true. It illuminates how we can arrive at different judgements simply through being onlookers, or insiders.
Of course it would be foolish to try anything and study things which are obviously dangerous, such as sticking your head into a water with piranhas.
Wouldn't help much whatever conclusion you derive from that experience.
I feel divination doesn't fall into this very dangerous category, but into a potentially dangerous category.
I feel it should only be used by a very few masters on this issues, sort of like:
Not everybody can be the shaman, priest, or sage of the village.
Very few can fill those spots.
I think altogether there is a lot of fraud and quackery going on and laypeople have no means of distinction.
If told this and that will happen it could lead them into false hopes, confusion and fear.
But I also don't think this is what true divination is about.
Here is somebody I would try: