God Anubis

God Anubis
The Greek rendering of the Egyptian Anpu or Anup, addressed the Opener of the Way for the drawn, Anubis was the point of the afterlife. From the advance time Anubis presided over the embalming rites of the went and took galore pleas in the mortuary prayers itemized on behalf of psyches getting their way to Tuat, or the Underworld.

Anubis was commonly depicted as a black Jackal with a branched tail  or  as  a  man  with  the  head  of  a  jackal  or  a dog. In the pyramid texts Anubis was represented as the son of Ra and given a daughter, a goddess of freshness. In time he lost both of those ascribes and became break of the  Osirian  cultic  tradition,  the  son  of  Nepthys, abandoned by his mother, who had borne him to Osiris. Isis raised  him  and  when  he  was  grown  he  gone with Osiris. He aided Isis when Set pile Osiris and taken apart  his  corpse.  Anubis  invented  the  mortuary  rites  at this  time,  leading  on  the  title  of  "Lord  of  the  Mummy Wraps".  He  was  also  visited  Khenty-seh-netjer,  the Foremost of the Sacred Place (the burial chamber). He was addressed as well Neb-ta-djeser, the Lord of the Sacred Land, the necropolis.

Anubis  henceforward  ushered  in  the  went  to  the Judgment halls of Osiris. The deity staid on popular in full  periods  of  Egyptian  history  and  close  in  the  time  of foreign domination. Anubis took over the craze of Khenti-Amenttiu, an early eye tooth god in Abydos. There he was addressed  as  Tepiy-dju-ef,  he  who is  on  His  Mountain. Anubis guarded the scales upon which the souls of the dead were counted at opinion. He was a extremity of the Ennead of Heliopolis, in that city.