To use the compass you do not need an interpreter to help you, unless you are blind. A compass is just a magnetised piece of iron suspended on a piece of string.
The Book is like the compass. It guides, it gives direction. Each person is entitled to access and have this compass. He intreprets the map in his hand, with the guide of his compass. He does not have to be a ship captain, nor a pilot, to read this simple device. To everyone it shows one direction. There is no distinction between users.
People being people, they like to do more then expected. Tariq Ramadan in his essay “reading the Koran ” writes that there are three distinct readers of the Koran. Similarly I say that there are three types of users of the compass.
The first group are the common users. They use it in their daily functions.
The second level are those who like to study the compas so that they can produce their own manual.
The third level are the people who wants to do a thesis to get his doctorate in COMPASS TECHNOLOGY, for whatever reason, commercial or political. A decree could be issued that only compass with brand A can be used, often with the magnetic true north corrected.
I am contented to be an ordinary user who would like to encourage others to use the compass rather then going about directionless. I do not wish to be the manualist nor the compass Doctor.