Geb: God of earth. He was separated from his wife, Nut, for disobeying Ra.
Heket: The frog-goddess of birth and rebirth. Khnum, her husband, made children out of clay in his potter's wheel and Heket gave them the breath of life and placed them in their mother's womb.
Horus: The falcon god of revenge and pharaohs. His host is Carter Kane. He is the son of Isis and Osiris.
Isis: The goddess of magic. She is also the goddess of motherhood. Her known hostess is Sadie Kane. The wife of Osiris and the mother of Horus.
Khepri: God of the Morning Sun. He is the morning and 2nd aspect of Ra.
Khonsu: The god of the moon. He was defeated by Nut in a gambling game, thus having Nut win enough moonlight to create the Demon Days. He has also the ability to control, reverse, and create time (out of moonlight).
Khnum: God of fertility, water and procreation. He made man out of clay in his potter's wheel. He is the evening and 3rd aspect of Ra.
Mekhit: The minor lioness-goddess of war. She currently resides at Sunny Acres with her husband, Onuris.
Neith: Goddess of hunting, wisdom, battle, and weaving. Despite being the wisdom goddess, she is slightly insane.
Nekhbet: The goddess of vultures, who protects the pharaoh if he proved himself to be strong enough. Her previous host was Mrs. Faust (Gran).
Ra: The god of the sun. Appeared in The Throne of Fire as a very senile old god. His favorite sayings are "I like zebras" and "Weasels are sick". His only known host is Zia Rashid, which restored his mind.
Sekhmet/Hathor: Sekhmet is the lion-headed goddess of war and the previous Eye of Ra . Her alternate side, Hathor, is the cow-headed goddess of love, beauty, and music.
Tawaret: Goddess of hippos and the protector of pregnant mothers.
Thoth: The god of creativity, knowledge, ibises and baboons.
Ammit the Devourer: A demon that lives in the Hall of Judgment and eats the hearts of the wicked dead. Ammit has the head of a crocodile, the body of a lion, and the backside of a hippopotamus. He is the size of a poodle.
The Four Sons of Horus:Horus's sons, Hapi, Imsety, Duamutef, and Qebhsenuef. Zia Rashid uses statues of them to create a protective barrier against Serqet. Sadie also used them in a similar manner against Babi and Nekhbet.
Hermes: The Greek god of travelers, thieves, merchants, messengers.
Tefnut: Goddess of rain and the mother of Nut and Geb. She is the wife of Shu and the daughter of Ra.