"Not really, no. Knowledge's pretty closely guarded, since it often makes the difference between life and death. You should ask Silver Starlight, she's the admin and would know what's safe to share. That said, I can sketch the broad picture for you.
First things first - China is the heartland of cultivation and cultivators from there rule basically everything they have a care to, because it takes hundreds of years to develop high rank and the Chinese have always guarded their knowledge jealously. On the other hand, the world is very large and there is no translation charm. So the chinese cultivators who have their hooks in other countries are mostly quite young - Battle Kings, mostly - and as a result a lot of the planet is really still up for grabs. The chat group is mostly made up of international genius practitioners who've made fifth rank in under two hundred years. So in short: Don't piss off China. Silver Starlight and Eight Tails are sixth-rank True Monarchs and can wipe out whole sects on their own, but even together they're no match for a seventh-stage Venerable."
She pauses to accept the food from the waitress, and takes a slug of her milk. "Looks tasty. Where was I? Oh yes, cultivation ranks. There are nine major ranks - Beyond Mortal, True Master, Battle King, Inborn, Spirit Sovereign, True Monarch, Spirit Venerable, Profound or Ancient Saint or Demon, Tribulation Immortal. Spirit Sovereign is genuinely impressive, True Monarch and above are terrifying. Battle King is the strongest rank you can expect someone to reach in eighty years - I've been in Beyond Mortal for three years now, trying and failing to leap the Dragon Gate."
She frowns. "I'm telling this all out of order. I should start from the beginning of the cultivation process." She pours syrup on her french toast and starts cutting it up. "To complete the first rank, you do the Hundred Days' Foundation Building, open your Heart Aperture - that makes you Beyond Mortal - then open your five senses and finally complete fish leaping the dragon gate, and that gives you True Qi and makes you a True Master. The five apertures are fairly easy, you can get them in under a year, but leaping the dragon gate can take forty years if you don't have the resources to force your way through. About one in every seventeen cultivators never makes it past. I've tried three times now over three years and never succeeded."