Simple, it is not.
I think I counted over 28 separate items in your list, but scrolling so much I can't be sure.
What I CAN tell you, from experience, is, I've been using the same basic mix (peat moss, perlite, pine bark fines, lime), for over 45 years, always making it myself.
The first 35 years or so it was always with Jack's Classic (Peters back then), and organic amendments the last 10 years or so. Works great no matter the nute source, it's a great base mix. Taught to me in 1972 by a since passed away, old grower.
Anyway, my first organic attempt was a simple Blood-Bone-Kelp deal (LC's #1), and went great.
Then, I started reading mj forums and my amendment list looked similar to yours. My grows went to shit. Long story short, it took several years to find out just what was needed and what wasn't. Now, my amendment list is between 5-7 items and usually stays under 10 items total including the components for the base mix.
The main thing I learned over the years is, start simple with a solid mix and only add 1 or 2 items and observe the effects. Way easier than having 15+ items and trying to figure out which one is causing problems. That's what I tried at first and just wasted time.
I can tell you this: The absolute #1 thing you can do for ANY sort of organic growing success is to start a worm bin! I would suggest this even before the soil mix, because your own fresh castings/VC is literally a game changer. Not to mention it takes a few months for the first ones to be ready.
I usually don't share my soil recipe, not out of secrecy or anything, but what works for me, in my grow zone (7A), and environment might not work as well in another and need a little tweaking, IDK. I will share it with that caveat. Your call.