Our way of life has passed down throughout the ages of time, from generation to generation.
This Sciences and metaphysics were taught through parables, and analogies...
The Khepera Beetle is a solar/stellar symbol of The Sun. The Amen Ankh Akademy uses the Khepera Beetle as It's emblem to exemplify diligence, Ingenuity, Industry, in connection with the cosmos.
The Khepra beetle is renown by the ancients for laying her eggs in dung and rolling it underground. The hatchlings feed on the nutrients of the warm cow dung and arise from the earth- "reborn!" or resurrected. The scarab beetle (KhepeRa) rolls balls of dung across the ground. An act that the KMT (Egyptians) saw as a symbol of the forces that move the sun across the sky. The dung is heated inside due to the composting process of the microbes in the dung- Khepri was thus a solar Icon. Young dung beetles, having been laid as eggs within the dung ball, eat the nutrients and transform as larvae, then to emerge from the ground, fully formed. Therefore, Khepri also represented Creation-Life, Death, Burial, and rebirth, and she was specifically connected with the rising sun and the mythical creation of the world. The Egyptians connected her name with the Egyptian language verb kheper, meaning "develop" or "come into being". Kheper, or (Xeper) is a transcription of an ancient Egyptian word meaning to come into being, to change, to occur, to happen, to exist, to bring about, to create, etc.