I suggest you read "Architecture" by Vincent Scully … he discusses and explains the commonality found in the placement of temples, tombs and palaces and their orientation in relation to both the sun and high places.
From Washington Post obituaries for Vincent Scully - By Matt Schudel December 1, 2017:
In more than a dozen books and thousands of lectures that were an awe-inspiring form of performance art, Dr. Scully sought to impart several central ideas: that buildings help define a culture, that architecture should be a humanizing force and that a well-built community can foster a well-lived life.
I am sure the books by Vincent Scully are an interesting read. I doubt however the placement of temples and tombs, and their orientation to the sun and moon, has great significance to my thesis. Or no more so than any of the other papers I have discussed on that subject.
I agree of course that one should always keep an open mind. I have however been developing a concept I came across in September 1993. That concept, what I now call the God Gametes Theory, has somewhat overtaken my life. I am, after nearly 26 years, working on the revision of my 5th book on the concept. Now in my early 70’s my focus is on getting the concept ‘out there’. No point spending my entire life researching and writing books that no one reads.