Aati, also called Ati, meaning "a leper", was an Egyptian goddess and one of the 42 judges of the dead.[1][2] Aati comes from Heliopolis. The god will question the sins of a soul traveling through the underworld. The soul of the dead was supposed to deny the accusation by responding with the line: "O Aati who comes from Heliopolis, I have not foolishly set my mouth in motion against another man."[3]


  1. ^ Coulter, Charles (2000). Encyclopedia of Ancient Deities. McFarland & Company.
  2. ^ Morris, John (1880). Ancient Egypt. p. 180.
  3. ^ "The Judges of the Dead | Thelemistas". www.thelemistas.org. Retrieved 2020-02-15.