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Couldn't be happier they brought back Kasuf Didn't see that coming!
Very surprised by the Abydonian's ability to cure flesh wounds, technologically it seems. Looks very anachronistic to me.
How does it work anyway? They made it look running in "reverse". Is it a "time-travel" health stick? It generates a bubble of space-time around the wound and revert it back to a time prior to the injury?
LOL, just being silly. But I just don't understand the animation of the blood crawling back up within the wound.
The harcesis theory has now been confirmed. Wonder who the father is. At first I though it was Serqet but after reading the "Mission Files" it's clearly not her. Interestingly, there seems to be a connection between Serqet and Isis and canopic jars. Still combing/reading about the subject. I guess some of the theories might pan out after all, at least partially.
I'm not used to this kind of editing (like showing characters in two different location at the same time on the screen), but I guess that's ok.
Story looks more and more interesting. Looking forward to see more.
There is barely enough to sink your teeth into. Just started to get into it... excitement builds... cinematic screen spin and roll credits... Grrrr. lol However, I am very excite Kasuf is back as well. Thought that was pretty neat.
Yes, my shot-in-the-wind guess hit the mark - they brought in Kasuf. I was wondering if they could bring him in while be fitting of age as of 1994 (Stargate movie). If he is a young man of 18 in SGO, then he would be 73 in the movie, so plausibly possible. After all, Richard Dean Anderson is around that age now(2018) and his looks kinda matches Kasuf in the movie.
I was really surprised at the Harcesis thing. Wonder if he survives to the end. I'm guessing that Serqet is the woman Catherine and co. fought, the quality of movie making is starting to affect the clarity of story for me. Guessing she's Serqet due to hilt of staff weapon is sickle shape resembling a scorpion tail (Serqet is known as the scorpion goddess in Egyptian myth). Guessing she's also a minor Goa'uld since there was voice modulation in the clip.
I also realised this story could result in Ra ruling out reading and writing law later. It may also loop back around to the creation of the cave drawings and the craving out of Earth's address on stone that was essential for O'Neill, Jackson, Kawalski and Ferretti to return home.
I hadn't thought of that! That's actually an interesting thought - that Catherine notes the address down so other travellers don't get lost.I also realised this story could result in Ra ruling out reading and writing law later. It may also loop back around to the creation of the cave drawings and the craving out of Earth's address on stone that was essential for O'Neill, Jackson, Kawalski and Ferretti to return home.
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On Kasuf's age: I think about the youngest we could make him to be in Origins is around 16 (though I think older makes more sense, given his leadership role at the outpost). That puts his date of birth no later than about 1922.
If the film is set in 1994 that makes him 72. Not implausible, but I was shocked (Shocked, I Tell You!) to read on IMDb today that Erick Avari was born in 1952 ... and so was only 41 years old when Stargate filmed.
His final SG-1 appearance was in late Season Four ("Absolute Power"), which would have been set nearly five years after the movie. There's a bit of a chronological error in that the series started in 1997, but ostensibly only one year had passed between the movie and COTG; and the date is given as "1999" in "Out of Mind," a 1999 episode. Advancing in real time that puts "Absolute Power" in 2001 and makes Avari's Kasuf ... nearly 80 years of age in his last appearance. (The actor still hadn't hit 50.)
Kasuf, you are looking good for an old man!
Best real life example I can think off is David MacCallum. He is 84 as of 2018 and is still a series regular on "NCIS". Older folks would remember him from "Man from U.N.C.L.E" TV series. That guy ages well too. Here is how he looks then and now.
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And if so - perhaps this was the reason for them both being “banished to oblivion."
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I like this theory. Thus far it seemed to me that Heru'ur might have been the Harcesis (Horus, son-of-Isis). But I think Osiris makes more sense in regards to banishment.
Well, the timeline placement doesn't exactly match with the carbon dating in the Curse, but that's an oversight I could live with. There are other issues with timeline placement (Catherine's, Paul's and Kasuf's ages, for example) that have been retconned.
You know... It could be a different Kasuf
So Here's a theory. What if the Harcesis is Skaara? Maybe that's why Apophis chose him as a host for Klorel
55 years and we don't know much about harcesis.
And why would skarra never have used all the knowledge (and experience he gained throughout the years) later in life? He sure didn't seem to know a lot about Goa'uld society before being taken by Apophis.
Lost it somehow?
Here's a theory, the Harcesis is Apophis. Firstly, whoever the harcesis becomes would most definitely be the most hated thing to all Goa'uld if they find out and will be killed on sight. Given Aset, Serqet and maybe Osiris are trying to keep the boy a secret, no other Goa'uld would know in present day. If Ra did find out about it after banishing Aset (assuming SGO ending), he will try to kill the boy. Unless like Amunet, the boy was hidden away (maybe even taken by Osiris to Kheb as said in "Maternal Instinct"). As the boy grows up, he will automatically have great hatred for Ra for forcing him to keep running. When full grown (you can insert symbiote implantation story here or not, regardless), Apophis would begin amassing power and become Ra's greatest rival, falling in line with show's canon and Egyptian myth. By the time of the movie, with Ra killed by O'Neill, Apophis can seize power (the age will still match too given we don't know anything about harcesis physiology) Years later, he would repeat the cycle with Amunet knowing - in his hyper inflated arrogance of himself - the great potential a Harcesis hold.