In Egyptian mythology, Ennead, from the Greek ἐννεάς, meaning "group of nine", refers to the group, company, “paut” (Egyptian), or family of nine gods, of Heliopolis creation myth, from which all creation proceeded.

Overview
The following, from the Judgment Hall illustration of the Egyptian Book of the Dead, is an ordered seating of the Ennead, less Osiris and Set: [2]

Heliopolis Ennead

The characters or passengers in a "Bible Bus" (Ѻ) sense of things:

Bus driver: Ra (Abraham)
Seat 1: Atum (Adam)
Seat 2: Shu (Joshua)
Seat 3: Tefnut
Seat 4: Geb (Joseph)
Seat 5: Nut
Seat 6: Isis (Virgin Mary) and Nephthys (Mary Magdalene)
Seat 7: Horus (Jesus)

The following table is the birth order god family tree of the Heliopolis Ennead: [1]




Nu (Mu)
Nun
(Water)


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Atum (Tem)Ra (Ra)
Atum-Ra
[Atum-Ra]
(Fire)






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Book of JoshuaBracket Right (med)Shu (Shu)
Shu

(Air)

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Tefnut
Tefnut

(Moisture)







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Geb (Seb)
Geb
(Earth)

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Nut
Nut
(Sky)






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Osiris (Asar)
Osiris

Isis (Ast)
Isis

Set (Set)
Set

Nephthys (Nebt-het)
Nephthys

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Horus (Heru)
Horus



Anubis (Anpu)
Anubis


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See also
Egyptian-to-Christian transliteration
Ogdoad

References
1. (a) Golenischeff, Vladimir. (1877). Die Metternichstele (pl. 3. L. 48, ff). Leipzig: W. Engelmann.
(b) Budge, Wallis. (1904). The Gods of the Egyptians, Volume Two (§:14: The Sorrows of Isis, pgs. 222-40). Dover, 1969.
2. Faulkner, Raymond. (1972). The Egyptian Book of the Dead: the Book of Coming Forth by Day: Complete Papyrus of Ani, Featuring Integrated Text and Full-Color Images (translator: Ogden Goelet; Preface: Carol Andrews; Introduction: Daniel Gunther; Foreword: James Wasserman) (Amz) (pgs. 40-41, 165). Chronicle Books, 2015.

External links
Ennead – Wikipedia.

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