In Egyptian mythology, Neith was an early Goddess in the Egyptian pantheon. Neith was a Goddess of War and of Hunting (and lots more) and had as her symbol, two crossed arrows over a shield. Since she also was goddess of war (and weaving), and thus had an association with death, it was said that she wove the bandages and shrouds worn by the mummified dead as a gift to them.
Thoth is the Egyptian god of the mind - of intelligence, thinking, reason, and logic. Egyptians often thought of Thoth as the heart and tongue of the sun god Ra. (The heart, because in ancient Egypt people thought the heart was where you kept your intelligence.)
Anubis was the son of two of the Gods ( Osiris and Nephthys) who feature in the Ennead. The Ennead was the collective name given to the nine original deities (Gods and Goddesses) of the cosmogony of Heliopolis (the birthplace of the Gods) in the creation myths and legends.
Egyptian Goddess Sekhmet : was originally the warrior goddess as well as goddess of healing for Upper Egypt. She is depicted as a lioness, the fiercest hunter known to the Egyptians. It was said that her breath created the desert. She was seen as the protector of the pharaohs and led them in warfare.She was usually portrayed as a woman with the head of a lioness.The daughter of the sun-god Re.
Thmei /Egyptian goddess of freedom, justice, honor, divination, balance, equality, foresight and morality. This Egyptian Goddess of law and Mother of Virtue watches over human conduct, looking for right action, wise decisions, ethical dealings and just outcomes.