Scarab Beetle


In Egyptian Mythology the Scarab Beetle was celebrated as a symbol of immortality, resurrection, life, transformation and protection. The Scarab, also known as the Dung Beetle lays its eggs then encases them in a ball of earth, which is then pushed around the earth where ever the Beetle goes. The eggs hatch into a magnificent food source and emerge from the balls strong and vital, ready to carry on their population