Could the Sphinx head have been "attached", rather than carved from an earlier head? All the 'Ancient Egyptian' restorations of the Sphinx have tried to make it feline, perhaps not knowing what it was, for the entirety of Egyptian History. This in itself is a huge proof for the tremendous age of the Sphinx.
Fig. This picture of the Sphinx... 'Tells Everything.'
Above is a picture of the Sphinx, dating from 1941. You can clearly see an arm. (This was once possibly re-used as a stairwell so a Wizard-Of-Oz, priest king of Heliopolis could climb into the Sphinx' head. He would talk through some device so it would sound like the Sphinx was talking. (This device is possibly the strange set of boxes found in the Campbell's Tomb, behind the Sphinx, which are since vanished. The old position of the arm matches miniature Sphinxes found from the time of the 're carving' i.e. Amenemhet II (Robert Temple's research), and from a dog. The 'brick reconstructions' around the sides of the Sphinx are merely the ancient Egyptians attempting to convert the Sphinx into a cat or lion because they didn't like dogs as much.
Also... the head is all fake! It's all wrong and makes no sense if it's a 're-carve'.
* You can clearly see a seam, (not erosion line). It is even a subtly different colour to the rest of the Sphinx.
* The head is way too wide to have been re carved from the area around it. It was simply built on to avoid the sphinx's head being missing, presumably destroyed by rioters in the 1st intermediate period, as suggested by Robert Temple in his amazing book.
*You can even see the different colours of individual huge blocks in the face of the Sphinx. All annealed together by cement geopolymer.
*In addition, you can see the slope of the chest, which continues upwards above the neck depression area to just under the chin. I think this continued up further in previous times, into where the current head is, showing it has been plonked on top.
Fig. The Sphinx head is 'too wide' to be a "re-carve." The neck of the former dog (Anubis), can't be wider than its shoulders! No creature would look like this!
All the 'Ancient Egyptian' restorations of the Sphinx have tried to make it feline, perhaps not knowing what it was, for the entirety of Egyptian History. It's all revealed in the ancient brickwork, which dates between the Old Kingdom and the Roman period. You can even see the skinny Roman Bricks as well as possibly Old-Kingdom Blocks. Recall that the Inventory Stela mentions that Khufu 'found' the Sphinx. This in itself is a huge proof for the tremendous age of the Sphinx. The 'Tail' which makes the sphinx a 'lion' is simply a later addition built from brick.
Fig. After the Recarve, whoops I mean re-build, the sphinx would have looked like this anyway, so no need to match the shoulders to the head! Was "Roman Concrete" used?
After releasing this video, it went to viral status. All of us are hungry for information on the Sphinx, which is an unbelievable structure, most of it stemming from a civilization which pre-dated Egypt.