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Osiris first appeared in the episode "The Curse" in which Daniel Jackson travels to Chicago to attend the funeral of his old archaeology professor and estranged mentor, Dr. Jordan.  Jordan died in a lab explosion under mysterious circumstances, and an awkward reunion with former university colleagues - ex-girlfriend Sarah Gardner and ambitious academic rival Steven Rayner - leads Daniel to discover Goa'uld writing on a canopic jar.  The jar, (depicting the goddess Isis) was amongst a collection of Egyptian artifacts on loan from Egypt, which Drs. Jordan, Rayner, and Gardner were studying.  As Daniel investigates further, he learns there were in fact TWO canopic jars and one (the Osiris jar) is missing.  Daniel returns to Stargate Command with the Isis jar, and initial analysis revealed the jar contained a recently deceased Goa'uld symbiote.  Shaken by this discovery, Daniel returns to search for the missing Osiris jar amidst reports of more mysterious deaths, fearful that a Goa'uld has been reborn and is now among them.  Evidence seems to point at Steven Rayner who is on his way to Egypt.  Daniel, Sam and Janet on hot on his heels, but when they discover an seriously injured Steven, they are confronted by the Goa'uld Osiris, who has taken Daniel's former flame Sarah as his host. [The Curse]
  
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A Goa'uld Summit has been called and Daniel has been asked by the Tok'ra to infiltrate the gathering of System Lords as Yu's Lo'taur, Jerren, and to use a poison designed to kill Goa'uld symbiotes. The poison kills all symbiotes including Tok'ra, Goa'uld and the larval form incubated by the Jaffa, as well as the hosts.  Daniel agrees, albeit with some reservations, and at the moment when
  
 
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Revision as of 10:44, 26 September 2004

System Lord Osiris

Earth Culture of Origin

Egypt

Alternate Names / Spellings

Asar. Also associated with Sokar.

Presides Over

Death, resurrection, and fertility

Personal Symbols

Earth Mythological References

Son of the Egyptian god Geb, brother/husband of Isis, Setesh (Seth), Heru-ur, Osiris is one of the earliest known gods and was considered the enemy of his own brother Setesh. He is regarded as the god of the dead, watching over the nether world. As the symbol of eternal life he was worshipped at Abydos and Philae.

Stargate References

Osiris first appeared in the episode "The Curse" in which Daniel Jackson travels to Chicago to attend the funeral of his old archaeology professor and estranged mentor, Dr. Jordan. Jordan died in a lab explosion under mysterious circumstances, and an awkward reunion with former university colleagues - ex-girlfriend Sarah Gardner and ambitious academic rival Steven Rayner - leads Daniel to discover Goa'uld writing on a canopic jar. The jar, (depicting the goddess Isis) was amongst a collection of Egyptian artifacts on loan from Egypt, which Drs. Jordan, Rayner, and Gardner were studying. As Daniel investigates further, he learns there were in fact TWO canopic jars and one (the Osiris jar) is missing. Daniel returns to Stargate Command with the Isis jar, and initial analysis revealed the jar contained a recently deceased Goa'uld symbiote. Shaken by this discovery, Daniel returns to search for the missing Osiris jar amidst reports of more mysterious deaths, fearful that a Goa'uld has been reborn and is now among them. Evidence seems to point at Steven Rayner who is on his way to Egypt. Daniel, Sam and Janet on hot on his heels, but when they discover an seriously injured Steven, they are confronted by the Goa'uld Osiris, who has taken Daniel's former flame Sarah as his host. [The Curse]

A Goa'uld Summit has been called and Daniel has been asked by the Tok'ra to infiltrate the gathering of System Lords as Yu's Lo'taur, Jerren, and to use a poison designed to kill Goa'uld symbiotes. The poison kills all symbiotes including Tok'ra, Goa'uld and the larval form incubated by the Jaffa, as well as the hosts. Daniel agrees, albeit with some reservations, and at the moment when

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--DeeKayP 12:47, 20 Jul 2004 (PDT)