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The Egyptian scarab beetle - a symbol of rebirth. Scarab dung beetles roll their dung, symbolising the sun travelling through the heavens. Scarab beetles were associated with the god Khepri. Heart scarabs used for protection during Weighing of the Heart
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1. Egyptian Scarab Beetle - Representing the God Khepri - Heart Scarab
The Egyptian scarab beetle - a symbol of rebirth. Scarab dung beetles roll their dung, symbolising the sun travelling through the heavens. Scarab beetles were ...
2. Weighing of the Heart Ceremony
Weighing of the Heart ceremony. All about the ancient Egyptian ceremony of the weighing of the heart. Ceremony of the deceased to see if they were worthy to enter the ...

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