"Becoming more informed" can be interpreted in more than one way: as being helped on a particular problem by a colleague, or as asking for free high-level tutoring. MathOverflow is for the former, and not so much for the latter.
I am not familiar with the mathematics involved in your questions, so I do not know how to help you technically. The pattern I see (as well as comments by Todd Trimble and others) suggests that you are looking for high-level tutoring. This is primarily through the timing of the questions (15 in as many days is a bit fast), but also by the appearance of the comments and also the way you use them.
Whether you intend it or not (and whether you are actually doing it or not), it appears to me as if you are reading through a text, encountering a difficulty, spending little or no time thinking on it, asking about it on MathOverflow, and then trying to engage in discussion about the responses you get. This is the sort of behaviour one might expect between a student and a paid tutor. This is not quite the service provided by this forum. The answers are meant to be helpful, but not do much work for you so much as to show you how you can do the work. (This does not hold for many question-answer examples on MathOverflow, but it is the goal to keep in mind.)
In the above, I am inferring a lot from the behaviour I see surrounding your posts. Maybe you are working hard, busting your head, and asking for help. I am just not seeing it. Also, the moderators do not suspend certain account actions lightly; I'm sure there is a good reason.
I am not a moderator, and I really don't know why your account has been modified this way. My guess is that your behaviour resembles something like the above. If so, I suggest not asking questions for a while. You can also write to the moderators by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and ask what you could do differently. (Especially not raising new technical questions in comments to a post on an existing question; that is an etiquette breach which is important but minor compared to other aspects of this situation.). If you give pertinent answers and build up your reputation, then a week or so after that I suggest posting a question on meta where you ask how to write it so that it will be well received and so that you are on the right path to joining this community.
Gerhard "Listen Carefully To The Comments" Paseman, 2018.08.08.