Neteru is the ancient name for the deities of Egypt. Many are Neteru and one it Neter. Over the eons, the word Neteru morphed into the word Netcher, which is the Coptic Christian's name for God. Netcher then morphed into our current word Nature.
The deities of Egypt are each archetypal reflections of both the natural world and human nature. Connection with them can help us understand ourselves and our place within the whole. There are many, many deities of Ancient Egypt. Here are but a few...
Ma'at is the foundation upon which all exist.
Goddess of Truth, Cosmic Order, Harmony, Reciprocity, Balance, and Natural Law. Her symbols are: the plinth, a white ostrich feathers, and the scales.
God of Wisdom, Scribe of the Akashic Records.
His nature form appears as an ibis and a baboon.
God of the Underworld, Heart Guide
His nature form is a jackal. He is the son of Osiris and Nephthys, and raised by Isis.
Lioness Goddess of Fierce Compassion
Protector of Ma'at
Companion of Ptah
Mother of Nephertem
With his word, so it is.
Companion of Sekhmet
Father of Nephertem
The Awakened One
Son of Sekhmet & Ptah
Goddess of Celebration, Dance and music and joy.
God of Re-generation,
Twin of Auset
The Hidden One
Goddess of Protection
The Guardian to the Mysteries
Creator god who forms the bodies of humans from the clay.