Our plan was to share some of our findings in a forum of like-minded people who already had an interest, and hopefully some experience, in the subject matter. We hoped to dispel the myth that this structure was intended as nothing more than a tomb by showing that there was a far greater intelligence behind both the positioning and the construction.
Can I jump in again here and ask if you consider it a tomb at all.. or that a tomb is just part of it?
If just part of it, then what role do your findings play with regard to the remains that would have been in the chamber or intended to be in the chamber?
I think those are a couple of sensible questions that shouldn't create much of a problem answering.