>>19744985>Sorry if I was rude to you in any other thread.
Never seen you post before that I know of. Tripcodes come and go.>How do I avoid doing necromancy by accident?
Keep a quiet voice and don't think of the departed as still being there for you. They literally need to rest in peace. Life can be hard, and dying can be harder.
If you found it by accident, give it to the next of kin. If not (or you're their descendant), keep a little storage chest. Airtight containers are best, label it with permanent marker, and file it away. You now own an heirloom. Just don't wear that ring.
Give it five years. Remember their faces, their names, how they talked. Write down a letter about what happened and keep it with that thing in case you pass away, okay? You have something near and dear to them that they /could/ connect with. Don't show it to a medium until you're sure that you've moved on from their deaths, and you have too. I wouldn't show it to a medium anyway.>Even a reading recommendation would be welcome.
You don't "read up" on necromancy. If you get one book and it fascinates you, that's a problem.