Khepri has hieroglyphs that read; 'An attribute of the strong electric field of the Sun that supports life is the collection of projected conduction'.
Khepri is the process of charging by contact, or conduction. When combined with the mouth hieroglyph, meaning a 'projector', Khepri defines the projected conduction wave, known as the longitudinal Scalar or Alfven wave.
In contrast to Khepri is Atum which is electric induction.
The Pendant below shows the wing sewn into the arms of Kheprer, the arms are the part of the body that compress, defining the type of electrical energy as push and pull or longitudinal energy. The Scarab Beetle is supported on the 'many turquoise baskets'. The turquoise basket at the bottom of the pendant is the hieroglyph that defines an Anode, which is a Star in the Electric Universe. The Pendant shows that many Anode Stars are connected via plasma and carry longitudinal electromagnetic waves known as plasma waves or Alfven waves, and this supports the Sun.Conduction Positive Charge - Anode Stars
As with Maat, the wing is sometimes shown focused inwardly to a star, showing that Alfven waves are collected and focused by the concentric plasma filament.
The diagram below shows the alignment of Khepri as the central Z pinch current column to the Winged Sun.
In other illustrations such as on the ceiling in Dendera, Nut is shown as the plasma link or circuitry that forms the backbone of the cosmos joining the Stars. Kheprer is shown travelling through the body of Nut, as projected push pull energy travelling through plasma he defines current and the Hannes Alfvens longitudinal waves that support the Stars.
Khepri is shown either supported on the 'many positive charge anodes' or a red circle, both explanations represent the stars. In an electric universe stars are daisy chained together with plasma links powered by longitudinal electricity in a galactic circuit.
Khepri was principally depicted as a scarab beetle, though in some tomb paintings and funerary papyri he is represented as a human male with a scarab as a head. In Ramesses VI Tomb below Khepri is shown supporting the Sun being operated by Khnum, showing the manipulation of current to the stars.