Anubis: Symbolized by a black dog or a muscular man with the head of a black jackal, the ancient Egyptian god of death was said to be the god who oversaw all aspects of the dying process. He facilitated embalming, protected the graves of the dead, and decided whether a soul should be granted eternal life.
Isis is the goddess representing the mission of mother and wife, protector of nature, magic.Friends of slaves, criminals, artisans, the oppressed. She helped to restore the souls of deceased humans to wholeness as she had done for Osiris.
Osiris was the Ancient Egyptian god of the dead, and the god of the resurrection into eternal life; ruler, protector, and judge of the deceased. Osiris was not only the ruler of the dead, but also the power that granted all life from the underworld, from sprouting vegetation to the annual flood of the Nile River.
In Egyptian, Re means "the sun" or the "divinity in the power of the sun". The god Amun-Re is a representation of these two ideas: the ever-present invisible power and radiant light of the divine force that sustains life. According to legend, the sun god is born once a day.In the morning, he brings light to all things. When the sun goes down, it is said that Ra is going to hell, until the next morning, he is reborn. All night long this supreme god has to fight his enemy, Apep, the terrible cosmic serpent in hell. To the Egyptians, the sun represented light, warmth, and growth. This makes the sun god very important as the sun is seen as the ruler of all that he has created.
Oupouaout means "The one who paved the way"- an enlightening God. He is the escort of souls to the afterlife and protects them during that dangerous journey. The one who opens the way. He was always represented with white hounds, rather than black like Anubis's. Oupouaout is also a god of war. He was the commander of the army, the one who "paved the way" for the soldiers to advance.