Khepri was the scarab headed God of the ancient peoples of Egypt (the KEM). He is associated with the great cycle of life and death and was responsible for rolling the sun across the horizon from its burial ground in the west to its place of birth the next morning in the east. Khepir is considered a solar deity and an extremely important feature within the ancient Egyptian book of the dead. A scarab will always be a reminder of the great cycle of life throughout time and is considered as the good luck keep sake of the ancient Kem.
Praise be to Khepir.
Our Scarabs have been made in Luxor, Egypt. And cleansed in Avalon Spring water, in a wild flower meadow near Glastonbury.