First up, I have have never tried to say "this is the one and only definition of Eldar Heresy Lore", it is a singular interpretation extrapolated from the lore available, that tries to show a clear evolution from the Fall to modern day 40k. Secondly, just because you do not agree with the end product does not mean that they put 'not 'any' thought in it and deliberately maligned the lore. Frankly, I'm finding your abrasive tone more than a little aggravating.
In addition, I would like to point out that Wraith units also appear in the novel Angels Exterminatus. Would you care to cite not only the lore that states 'craftworlds did not use wraith constructs in battle', but also the source that states, 'no craftworld other than one was dead or dying or had cause for desperate action'?
Also, yes we know that paths were a thing, which is why Aspects are in the codex. We also know that at one point paths were not a thing, and that the aspects did not simultaneously appear into existence on every craftworld but were spread though contact between them. Is it really so illogical or unfeasible that before a craftworld had contact with the Aspect Shrines, they might have appointed military leaders from among the ranks of their Guardians?
As for the Autarch rules I think you're referring too, I'm fairly sure that's nothing more than rules convenience rather an assertion of fluff.
You're perfectly free to decline to use the supplement if it doesn't align with your perception of the lore, but at least acknowledge what it is trying to do and that the writers have done research and come to certain conclusions rather than dismissing it out of hand.
I said wraiths would be rare and a wraithhost would be unheard of, which is true, even in Angel Exterminatus.
I also pointed out several times where the fauxdex completely disregards the lore and there is a lot of stuff just made up by the authors that isn’t in lore. No, the paths existed at the time of the heresy, in fact the codex itself makes several references to them, then ignores the fluff it previously mentioned. Again, this is referenced in Fulgrim and other early HH
novels. No, guardian officers are a complete fabrication and don’t exist in any story about the Eldar.
Calling something that is not good quality, and is not congruent with the lore “lore accurate” is intellectually dishonest.
Like I said, I wouldn’t play with this codex, nor would I suggest people use this codex as a way to play Eldar in 30k, as it’s lore breaking. Regular 7th ed codex sans formations is much closer to how the Eldar would opporate.
If you or the OP don’t want to hear negative opinions, don’t ask for opinions on the internet.