The Egyptian God Osiris

At first Osisis was a nature god and embodied the spirit of vegetation, which dies with the harvest to be reborn when the grain sprouts. This is symbolic of the yearly flooding of Nile. Afterwards he was worshipped throughout Egypt as god of the dead,. He became the most important god in The Egyptian age. His wife was ISIS and HORUS , their son.


Horus, Falcon-god 'lord of the sky' and symbol of divine kingship. His name ('Har' in Egyptian) is interpreted as 'the high' or the 'far-off'. The earliest occurrence of Horus, in hawk-form, is on monuments from the late pre-dynastic period probably 3000 BC. He was son of RaHarakhte or Isis and Osirus. The kings of Egypt associated themselves with Horus, the father of all the Pharaohs of cultured marble gold-leafed and hand-detailed.

Sacred cat goddess ....Bast

Cat headed Bast, is the wife of Ptah and represents the warmth and healing power of the sun. She was originally a lioness goddess, only to become a cat. She was also the goddess of pleasure, music, dance and pregnant women. The city of Bubastis was the chief centre of worship of the feline goddess.

The Egyptian God Ptah

c.a. approx. 2600 B.C. God of Memphis. Ptah was city God of Memphis (capital of Egypt in the old Kingdom). He was also the patron deity of artists and craftsmen. His hands hold the 'was', a sceptre of domination which combines the 'ankh' - sign meaning life and the 'djed' column meaning stability. Ptah's inseparable connection with the capital city lead to the modern Europen word for the whole country being 'Egypt'. One of his temples was called 'Hut-Ka-Ptah' or 'mansion of the spirit of Ptah'.


Anubis opened three roads to the other world and presided over embalments. After the funeral, Anubis would take the dead by the hand and introduce them into the presence of sovereign judges where the soul of the deceased would be weighed. Anubis was the guardian of offerings brought to the ceremonies by the heirs of the deceased.

Thoth..God of the Moon

Thoth presided over scribes and knowledge and as 'lord of the sacred words' gave to the Egyptians the knowledge of how to write picture symbols. Thoth was credited with considerable magical powers. The divine scribe, he was present at all of the deceased before they were placed on the scales with the feather of truth.

The Egyptian God Sobek

Sobek, God of the water sometimes called 'crocodile god', symbolic of pharaonic might. It was believed that on the day of creation Sobek came from the 'Dark Waters' in order to arrange the world. He can also be completely crocodile in shape with a crown of plumes and can snatch and destroy, this considered a show of royal power. The river banks and swamps and other haunts of the crocodile became employed in the titles of Sobek.

The Egyptian God Seth (Set)

This was Osiris' wicked brother, who finally became the incarnation of the spirit of evil, in eternal opposition to the spirit of good. Represents the powers of evil and destruction.