Which is no different than you saying you do not think this is what it was for in which you proceed to argue this very point in this response. So you point is what exactly?
Just what I said. Logically, the Causeway as a Processional Way with the existing temple doesn't make sense. It may have been used for such purposes at some time, but there is no practical integration between the Valley Temple, as it stands, and the Causeway. I am happy to listen to arguments against so could you explain how this may have occurred using the images below?
Khafre Valley Temple Rear Corridor looking at the NE corner. Causeway is on the other side. Constructed of huge core blocks with granite facing stones exterior and interior. Access from VT to Causeway?
Gap Between VT and Sphinx Temple looking North. Already narrow, probably even more so if granite facing blocks of VT had not been removed. Access to Causeway by a procession?
Valley Temple NE Cornerstone No egress here.
Causeway Looking South What sort of procession would have practically occurred here?
Giza Ground Plan Why was it necessary to build the Causeway at a 14 degree angle South of East when it was quite possible to build it directly East?