Civilization in Egypt holds several hidden facts within themselves and worshipped several natural forms and offered their prayers. Here is the list of most worshipped Ancient Egypt Gods.
Amun-Ra or Amon in Egypt is considered as Kings of Gods and Goddesses. Amun, believed as the Father of the Pharaohs and Amunet, the “The Female Hidden One” along with their offspring Khonsu, “Moon God” were worshipped throughout the ancient Egypt. They are worshipped outside Egypt as Amun-Ra after the amalgamation with the Sun God Ra of Ancient Egypt.
Mut, The Mother Goddess in Egypt wears two crowns on her head each representing Upper and Lower Egypt. Mut is represented as Vulture in hieroglyphs and is portrayed as a Cat, Cobra, Cow and even Lioness. Mut with many arbitraries was supported by many rulers of Egypt who followed the civilization.
Egyptians believe the life after death and worship Osiris as the God of the afterlife. Osiris known as the God of vegetarian indicated Renewal and Growth and took in charge for the fertile flooding and the vegetation around the Nile banks. The belief is that Osiris came back to life even after being murdered by his own brother, and was being known as the God of the Underworld and assisted for the afterlife of the Pharaohs and even the population.
Anubis was known for mummifying the dead ones and guiding the dead soul towards the afterlife. He is symbolized as the dark Nile deposits which eased off farming and making it a successful one. Anubis, with the head of a jackal and a body of the man also symbolized Renaissance and the staining of the dead bodies after the embalming.
Ra or Re is known as the God of Sun and Radiance and holds important position in the Egyptian history. Ra with a sun disk around his head is believed to have created this world and each sunrise and sunset was symbolized as renewal process.
Horus, considered as the offspring of the Osiris and Isis has a special position in the Ancient Egypt. Horus, the falcon headed man with the crown of red and white was worshipped as the God of Sky, War, Protection, Light. The eye of Horus was personified as the goddess Wadjet and was known as “The Eye of the Ra” which symbolized that everything is being watched upon from above.
The self-created God, Thoth is an arbitrator who settled the disputes between good and evil. Known as the God of knowledge and wisdom he maintained the universe by the mastery in calculations. Egyptians acknowledge him as an author of science, philosophy and magic and recognized him as the one who created a 365 day calendar.
Hathor, regarded as the “Mistress of the West”, was worshipped as she welcomed the dead into the next life and exemplified motherhood and feminine love. Egyptians worship her as Goddess of Music, Dance and was believed to provide a blessing to help women during pregnancy and childbirth.
Sekhmet, depicted as a lioness in ancient Egypt is known as the Goddess of war and healing worshipped for leading and protecting the Pharaohs in the war. Her appearance with a solar disk with Uraeus depicted royalty and divine and was also known as “The Powerful One” who were believed to demolish the enemies of her allies.
GEB, The God of Earth was also described as the Father of Snakes and was a provider of a crop and healing. With goose on his head this bearded man was believed to have caused earthquakes whenever he laughed. Geb has an important role in the Book of the Dead as who weighs the heart of the dead in the Judgment Hall of Orisis and Egyptians believe that he will keep hold of the soul of the wicked.