The scarab is one of the most common symbols found in Egyptian culture, mythology and hieroglyphs. The symbolism of the scarab is twofold: with folded wings it represents the disciple, the life that is still in formation; who begins his journey by slowly trying to unfold his wings until he can open them and beat them quickly.
Crystals used: sun stone, peridot, onyx, mother of pearl, rock crystal
The Egyptian hieroglyph "Kepher" means "to succeed in being" – that is, to make yourself , to give yourself a shape, to rebuild yourself. That is why the scarab is a symbol of the resurrection