The Egyptian Pantheon is a group of gods and other creatures from egyptian mythology.

Known MembersEdit


Anubis is the god of the dead and judgment. He is one of the very few deities that work with Heaven.

Isis (deceased)Edit

Isis was the goddess of magic, one of the Pagan Deities who met at the Elysian Fields Hotel to try to work out a way to stop the Apocalypse. She was eventually slaughtered by Lucifer.

Osiris (incapacitated)Edit

Osiris was the god of the afterlife, transition, death, life, the dead, resurrection, regeneration, fertility and ruler of the underworld. For some reason, he went to Dearborn, Michigan, and started to put people who felt guilty on trial; if found guilty, they were sentenced to death and Osiris commanded ghosts or specters to carry out the sentence.

It's revealed by Castiel in Season 14 that after God abandoned Heaven, Osiris was considered for the job as the new judge of souls. However, he was passed over in favor of his son, Anubis.

Anubis (non-canon, deceased)Edit

A non-canon version of Anubis appearing in Supernatural: Children of Anubis. He is worshipped by the jakkals as their god and takes the form of an eight foot tall mummy with pointed ears and a dog snout who uses jakkal vessels instead of his own body when he is awake. He is killed when Garth Fitzgerald IV burns his body, killing his vessel as well.

Ra (mentioned only, status unknown)Edit

The Egyptian sun god and the leader of the pantheon. Ra is mentioned by name by Fortuna as one of the deities created by God, though his current fate is unknown.


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