For canon in the Stargate franchise, see Stargate canon.

This individual has no known canonical name.  While the information presented is canonical, the individual described lacks an official name, thus the title is conjecture.

The title of Canon belonged to the religious leader of one Human society whose civilization was at the level of medieval Europe.



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Canons had a ring capable of summoning "divine wrath" in the form of lightning. This ring, presumed by SG-1 to be Goa'uld technology, was traditionally passed throughout history from one Canon to another.

The last Canon was encountered by SG-1 when they arrived on the planet via the Stargate. He branded SG-1 as demons due to them coming from the "Circle of Darkness" (the local's name for the Stargate), and attempted to sacrifice them, along with a girl named Mary, to a Goa'uld with a Unas host sent by Sokar.

Goa'uld in the Canon's body is being shot by O'Neill

Eventually, after Simon, a local villager sympathetic to SG-1, fatally shot the Unas with Teal'c's staff weapon, the Goa'uld took the Canon as its next host. However, this was discovered by Major Samantha Carter, and the Goa'uld-possessing the Canon was then shot. After the symbiote died first, the Canon regained control of his body and asked for forgiveness before dying. (SG1: "Demons")


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