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  Stargate SG-1 Story Arc Map
Sokar is apparently killed when his ship is destroyed in the explosion of Netu.
The Tok'ra aid in the defeat of Sokar and the rescue of Jacob, Martouf and SG-1.
Jacob is rescued from Sokar's prison by Martouf and SG-1.
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Sokar used explosions and toxins in the atmosphere to turn Netu into a literal hell to keep his prisoners.
The local Stargate is housed in a large, castle-like structure positioned on a high cliffoverlooking the ocean.
The Stargate there sits within a large temple surronded by vast desert land, this temple was later found to be the landing space of Ra's spaceship.
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 The Truth Behind StarGate: S
Sokar was thought of as an apparition of the murdered Osiris at Abydos during the Old Kingdom era.
Sokar was also related to the production of the tools used in funerary rituals and embalming.
The Stargate has a "memory chip," for lack of a better term, that "remembers" the configuration of an object when it is dematerialized and reintegrated.
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 Stargate SG-1 - SCIFIPEDIA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The stargate took SG-1 back to the past, into the future and almost destroyed the SGC and Earth when a connection was made to a planet being destroyed by a fl hole.
Sokar was destroyed, Seth thwarted and an NID operation to steal technology from their allies discovered and disbanded.
Stargate Atlantis premiered in 2004 and is currently in its third season.
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 Sokar (Stargate) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sokar later became the ruler of the System Lords, but an alliance consisting of Ra, Apophis, Kronos, and others eventually overthrew him.
However, Sokar was described as "the original Satan" because of his connection to christian religion and not egyptian, as there is no Satan in egyptian mythology so the description still fits.
Sokar was originally intended to be an Unas.
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 GateWorld - Stargate SG-1 Season Two: "Serpent's Song"
Sokar was interested in Apophis, not the Tau'ri.
Sokar - Sokar is an ancient Goa'uld who once ruled the System Lords.
Sokar was the original god of the damned on Earth, and may have even ruled the entire planet at one point.
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 RingQuest - Individual Goa'uld
Sokar is one of the most powerful of the Goa'uld, banished by the System Lords, and is at war with many other Goa'uld.
Before his apparent demise, Sokar's plans were to attack some of the System Lords, in order to tip the tenuous balace of power in the galaxy in his favor.
Sokar is believed to be dead after a Tok'ra weapon exploded Sokar's prison moon of Netu, taking out Sokar's mothership, which was in orbit.
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 I need some Stargate help - Ex Isle Forums
When the slaves of Earth rebelled and closed off the Stargate, I guess they perpetuated the myths of the System Lords, turning them into mythical figures of Earth, as a warning to future generations to be aware of the Go'auld.
The Stargate show description of her is basically correct but leaves out a few functions of the mythical Hathor.
Sokar, obscure early Egyptian god of vegatation associated with Osiris and the city of Memphis.
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 Stargate SG-1 Episode Extra 1 - Goa'uld Plotlines   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Stargate mineral is the chief mining mineral used by the Goa'uld in all of their technology.
Sokar is the one Goa'uld who has been banished from the System Lords.
Sokar's adopted persona is that of the Punisher, later known as the christian "Satan" or "The Devil".
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 Sam and Selenity's Stargate Profiles | All Stargate All The Time
Sokar then revived Apophis through the use of a sarcophagus, in order to torture him for the rest of eternity.
Apophis eventually managed to lead a rebellion on Sokar's prison moon of Netu (on which SG-1 was also being held captive), during which he saved the life of Major Samantha Carter, only so he could torture her for information later.
Apophis was thought to have perished along with Sokar, but in fact he had once again managed to escape at the last moment, this time by taking a Ring Transporter to Sokar's palace.
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 Goa'uld Characters from StarGate SG-1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
His host body was sent through the Stargate to Sokar, to fend off an attack by Sokar on the Earth gate ("Serpent`s Song").
This last relationship may indicate that Cronus is the father of Sokar, a powerful Goa'uld whom he and the System Lords banished.
Sokar's enemies are sent to Netu, and only one person has ever escaped -- Jolinar of Malkshur, the Tok'ra Goa'uld who once inhabited Samantha Carter ("In the Line of Duty").
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 SG1Web: NNG - Articles - Pantheon (Ap)
His host body succumbed to its injuries and was returned through the Stargate to end Sokar's attack on the SGC, but the Tok'ra Martouf speculated that Sokar might revive Apophis in a sarcophagus and continue to torture him.
Subsequent events on Netu (a moon of Sokar's home planet Delmak) showed this to be true--a disfigured Apophis served as First Prime to Bynarr, Lord of Netu, under the name Na'onak.
Having successfully absorbed Sokar's former forces, Apophis arranged to meet with Heru'ur in the Tobin system to discuss an alliance against the remaining System Lords, which would significantly tip the balance of power in the galaxy.
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 Stargate SG1 - Season Three Episode Guide
O'Neill and the others know the Stargate is the only possible defence for Earth against the Goa'uld, but they also know sacrificing it may be the only way to stop an invasion.
Martouf comes through the Stargate to ask Carter if he can use a device that allows him to access the memories of Jolinar, he hopes it will provide him with information which could help save her father Jacob who has been captured and imprisoned by Sokar.
General Hammond won't allow SG-1 to be part of the Stargate program whilst Urgo has some influence over them so they must find a way to get rid of him or their lives will never be the same.
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 Stargate SG-1 Episode Synopsis 03:13 The Devil You Know   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
On Sokar's planet, a guard informs the Goa'uld that a cargo ship was found in orbit around Natu, but escaped into hyperspace.
Sokar assumes the ship contained spies, and plans to begin his attack on the System Lords sooner.
Sokar is told that his fleet is ready, but that Binar has not reported in.
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 Stargate Central
This time it was Sokar who managed to project an image of an evil face and told the people at the SGC that they had someone who belonged to him.
When that time had passed the Stargate shut down and the technician immediately began to dial out, but Sokar was able to dial back in even faster.
Martouf was sure that Sokar would not continue the attack even if he had wanted Apophis alive because he would be able to revive Apophis in a sarcophagus.
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 Stargate   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
As Season Three began, SG-1 found that most of the trouble they encountered in their travels was due to Sokar -- who, with the defeat of Apophis, was becoming powerful enough to rival even the combined power of the Goa'uld System Lords.
The fight with Sokar came to a head when Jacob Carter, now a Tok'ra operative, was taken prisoner and sent to the hellish prison moon of Netu.
But another of Sokar's prisoners also made it off Netu: Apophis, resurrected by Sokar with a sarcophagus so that he could be tortured eternally.
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 SG1Web: NNG - Articles - Pantheon (So)
Sokar was once the leader of the System Lords, before he was overthrown by an alliance of Goa'uld including Ra and Apophis.
Sokar gathered sufficient forces at Delmak to attempt to take complete control of the Goa'uld System Lords, which would make him an unstoppable force in the galaxy.
Sokar perished when the explosion of Netu destroyed his pyramid ship.
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Sokar a most powerful goa'uld has transformed an entire moon Netu into a prison resembling hell as he himself has assumed the persona of Devil while he was on earth.
He even died but was resurrected by Sokar who enjoys in punishing his enemies.
The goa'uld have became a part of the galaxy and not the absolute rulers they were in the movie which is good and provides the room for more great characters and races.
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 Stargate SG-1 Episode Synopsis 03:12 Jolinar's Memories   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Sam's father has been captured by Sokar and is presumed to still be alive, but most likely has been sent to hell.
The Tok'ra feel that Sokar is about to launch a massive attack against the System Lords and if he did, he would likely succeed.
Martouf warns that he may have to avoid Sokar's forces while they are on the surface.
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 GateWorld - Columns: Sokar (Stargate Mythology)
A lesser-known figure in Egyptian myth, Sokar's purpose in "Stargate SG-1" is a very prototypical one.
In true mythology, Sokar was the guardian of the necropolis near the city of Memphis and he was depicted as a hawk-headed mummy.
The explanation of Sokar's lands is confusing because it is more of an accurate description of Tuat (the Egyptian netherworld) than of Hell on Earth.
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 Amazon.com: Stargate SG-1 - The Complete Seasons 1-7: DVD: Mario Azzopardi,Dennis Berry,Duane Clark,Bill ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
A gradual shift in overall style, character homecomings and departures, and evolving on- and off-screen roles for the major players are among the attractions of the seventh season.
Stargate is a sci-fi show at heart, but there are definitely times when it becomes a flat-out military show, too.
Stargates in the middle of nowhere and always surviving.
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 SCIFI.COM | Stargate SG-1
During an attempt to rescue Jacob Carter and his Tok'ra symbiote, Selmak, SG-1 and Martouf have been captured on the Hell-replica moon Netu by one of its denizens, who is determined to use their information to overthrow the Goa'uld system lord Sokar.
With the aid of Tok'ra memory technology and a hallucinogenic drug nicknamed "the blood of Sokar," each prisoner is forced to relive vivid, painful memories.
Meanwhile, an attack by Sokar's forces leaves Teal'c with no choice but to seek backup from the Tok'ra.
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 StargateSG-1.NET | Your Daily Dose of Stargate!
Martouf arrives in the SGC with news of Jacob Carters capture by the Goa'uld Sokar.
When SG-1 step through the Stargate to investigate the planet they find themselves arriving immediately back in the SGC to discover that they have been gone for much longer than they had been scheduled to be.
A Stargate becomes active, and SG-1 finds a planet divided by two Groups, at odds as to how their people first came there.
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 TV Review: Stargate SG-1 - 'Jolinar's Memories'
An officer informs O'Neill that the "Tok'ra," a faction of the race of parasitic aliens known as the Goa'uld, have requested passage through the portal.
The visitors tell Carter that her father Jacob and Solnak, the Tok’ra he carries, have been captured by the Goa’uld Sokar.
Sokar has assumed the persona of the devil and has sent her father to "hell" -- a planet called Natoo -- "a place of torture and damnation from which there is no escape"....
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 SCIFI.COM | Stargate SG-1
The Tok'ra Martouf arrives at the SGC with troubling news: Maj. Samantha Carter's father, Jacob, and his Tok'ra symbiote, Selmak, have been captured by the evil Goa'uld system lord Sokar.
Jacob/Selmak is imprisoned on a moon called Netu —; which Sokar has transformed to resemble the Biblical Hell.
The Tok'ra believe that Sokar plans to launch an attack against the other system lords, gaining full control for himself.
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 Stargate SG-1 finds new life - Direct to DVD! - Wordforge
Fans have been wondering and rumors have been flying for weeks since the long-running SCI FI Channel series was cancelled in August (story).
The producers have previously expressed a desire to set up a third Stargate television series with a film -- but it isn't confirmed yet whether or not this second movie will do just that.
The studio is targetting a fall 2007 release for both projects -- just a few months after Stargate SG-1 ends its historic, 10-year run on cable television.
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