More delusional progressivism. Truth is not temporally situated, nor a matter of fashion. As to the 'insights' you claim, many of these are based on neo-feminist pseudo-psychology. Most will turn away from this book for no better reason than it says things they don't want to hear, which is their problem or, more likely, one of their many.
Margaret Hone also wrote: 'Astrology through the ages was once pictorially represented as a river, curving along in its broad sweeps. At each curve ... stood an irate little man, saying, "Stop this, it is nonsense!" But the river increasingly rolled on, ever getting fuller and wider. It now seems to have reached vast proportions and is in danger unless in the future, it is fed by tributaries from healthy sources and controlled by banks as in the past. Its modern necessity is the "banking" given by sensible, well informed, well practised students, who will exert the control necessary to stop "woolliness" and vague repetition of unproved statements.....'