Yes, I read it all, and watched the videos. I specifically asked you because, from the entries, it seems as if you made a lard only one. Sorry, wont ask again.
I understand that you are anxious and excited, but you will catch more flies with honey than vinegar. Threatening to take your ball and go home because you have been reminded of patience and basic human courtesy is childish. Folks here have lives you know...we are in different countries, different time zones...they work outside the home and/or have businesses to run and/or have families. And this is a major US holiday weekend...so folks are spending time with their families instead of playing on the Internet.
IF you actually read through the threads that @DeeAnna
provided for you then you would know that you can make a Whipped Soap from scratch with just Lard (or Tallow) since key to making a Whipped Soap from scratch is having a greater than 50% Hard Oils. Of which, if you have any knowledge of soap making, Lard and Tallow IS defined as a Hard Oil.
I consider making Whipped Soap via Cold Process to be a more advanced technique because of the temperatures involved. It's a lot like making whip cream...there is a fine line between whip cream and whipped butter.