Andjety- God of the Afterlife


Andjety - Patron God of Andjet. Andjety (Anezti, Anedjti) simply means "he who is of Andjet" - the place of the Djed (Busiris in the ninth nome of Lower Egypt) is the Patron God of Andjet and a God of the afterlife and underworld. It is thought that he was a historical ruler of the ancient Egyptian … Continue reading Andjety- God of the Afterlife

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Amunet “the female hidden one”


Amunet (/ˈæməˌnɛt/; also spelled Amonet or Amaunet) was a primordial goddess in ancient Egyptian religion. She is a member of the Ogdoad and the consort of Amun. Her name, meaning "the female hidden one", was simply the feminine form of Amun's own name. It is possible that she was never an independent deity, as the first mention of either of … Continue reading Amunet “the female hidden one”

Amun “God of Wind”


Amun - God of Winds. Amun (Imn, Amon, Amen) is the patron God of Thebes, a god of the wind and King of the Gods. Initially a local God of Thebes, with Amaunet he represented the primordial concept or element of air or invisibility. Later he was to become the Patron God of Thebes, replacing … Continue reading Amun “God of Wind”

Egyptian Pantheon


Amounet -Amounet is an Egyptian mother/fertility Goddess. Her name means "hidden one". She was a tutelary deity of the Egyptian Pharaohs and was evoked during Pharoah's ascension ceremonies. Her consort was Amun. Many of her aspects merged with Neith. Anubis -Anubis is the Egyptian God of the dead and the embalming process. He presided over … Continue reading Egyptian Pantheon

Ammit, “Devourer of the Dead”


Ammit or Ammut, meaning “Devourer of the Dead” or just “devourer”, was a Goddess (for some), and/or an helper in the Duat, for others, as I mentioned. Whether you see it as a Goddess or as a helper in the Duat, or as both, this is for YOU. Ammit is the personification of the divine … Continue reading Ammit, “Devourer of the Dead”