OK, so there's a lot to say about this species all from a single episode. Given they appear to be the oldest race in Pegasus (and possibly the whole SG universe, I'm not sure), I'm fascinated. I hope they turn out to be more than a one-shot race.

Anyways, I was inspired and I ran with a page concept. I kind of lost track half way through, so if this isn't the way things are done, by all means, split the page up. Another for Sekkari seed carrier, another for Sekkari artificial intelligence or something like that. That is NOT an invitation to Lovejosefin to create a page called:

Unnamed planet (Remnants)Edit

This unnamed planet (Remnants) are an the worlds as Sekkari have live but destructive. Which may possibly held a Stargate.

There. It's done. You don't have to make your own. It's late and I'll continue this page on the weekend, or if the higher powers should decide to split it up, I'll work on the subsequent pages created. However, whatever your decision, might I suggest that Vanessa Conrad remain simply a subsection of the Sekkari AI.

Cheers. —Ka'lel 10:07, 15 November 2008 (UTC)

"Given they appear to be the oldest race in Pegasus (and possibly the whole SG universe, I'm not sure), I'm fascinated. I hope they turn out to be more than a one-shot race"

How could they appear again? Theyre all dead and the biological samples will take millions of years to evolve, so unless the show carries on for that amount of time, which would be cool, then I doubt we will see them anymore. But then, you never know, I bet some said that about the Asgard after Unending. Sman789 17:46, 15 November 2008 (UTC)

Hell, if a race is millions of years old and has the technology to rebuild life from the ground up (i.e. not clones), I figure they'd have technology to speed up the process too =P. I can totally see AR-1 going to some planet and running into the descendants, albeit unexpectedly. There's also time travel and time dilation. —Ka'lel 03:20, 16 November 2008 (UTC)

It wouldnt have had a stargate though Sman789 19:06, 17 November 2008 (UTC)


Where did the person who created this page come up with the spelling for the name? On the closed captions for my TV, it was spelled "Sekkari" opposed to the current "Sekkari". If someone just made the name based on how it sounded, I'm inclined to go with the closed caption.—Anubis 10545 21:08, 15 November 2008 (UTC)

Well, I'm gonna go with s_A_kari here and not s_E_kkari, as that is what it did indeed sound like when pronounced onscreen. - Bell'Orso 23:51, 15 November 2008 (UTC)

Would it be safe to assume that the Sekkari didn't have FTL drives? Edit

The A.I. said that the Sekkari saw their demise tens of thousands of years ago, but the Seed Carrier arrived in Atlantis only two thousand years ago, and if they had hyperdrives wouldn't it have been better to take the Seed Carriers to the new worlds themself? I believe that either the Sekkari FTL drive was incredibly slow or they didn't have FTL capabilities in the first place, most likely the latter.

I agree, as theres also no evidence of them on other planets and youd think if they were such a great civilization that the ancients would have found at least a trace of them and put it into the database. Sman789 18:35, 17 November 2008 (UTC)

There could be some reason the device was delayed - damaged hyperdrive, etc. The Ancient database hasn't been tapped in its entirety (has it?). It's not difficult to dream up reasons to explain these facts away. JalYt-Xil-Vimescarrot 19:08, 13 February 2009 (UTC)

"There its done, you don't have to make your own" Edit

Instead of discouraging people from expanding on the information surrounding the SEKKARI (as officially spelled on the SG Website's EP Summary), how about we DON'T just make a blank page and call it done, and actually put some work into researching any and all references to the sekarri, not just from the show, but the internet as well. Unsigned comment by (talk • contribs).

Except that nothing is known about that planet and anything put on such an article would be speculation. No matter how much research is done, nothing will change that (unless of course the producers decide to, one day, expand on the plot... which is highly unlikely... or unless a book is made). But that hasn't happened yet. We spell it "Sekkari" here too.—Anubis 10545 (talk) (Contribs) 23:42, December 16, 2009 (UTC)
What I wrote above was a deliberate shot at the user referred to around here as "Sam" during a time when he was adding useless pages void of any information because there literally is no information about certain subjects. I was attempting to make him see how ridiculous it was, alas, he made the page anyways - to spite me. That said, he seems to have learned a bit since then. I digress. Despite what some people believe, there is no use in creating a page for something if there is no (or very little) information available on the subject. For instance, there's no reason to make a "Smith (Episode name)" page, simply because in the background of a random episode, an extra is wearing an SGC suit with "Smith" on the nametag. The person has no effect on the story and no importance at all to the Stargate universe. Now it's been quite a while since I've seen Remnants, but I believe anything that could be said about the unnamed planet the Sekkari originated from, has been said on the Sekkari page. If any new information about a subject becomes available, it has to be from an official canon source. Cheers. MolocKal'el T | C - 05:36, December 17, 2009 (UTC)

Blue Aliens from Unknown Galaxy vs. Sekkari Edit

I think this is the same alien race as the ones from Universe, they look exactly alike, except for the color. Silver is just probably the A.I. Color, and blue is natural. Who else agrees?--Justin Kane (talk) (Contribs) 22:54, May 23, 2010 (UTC)

I definitely agree, when I saw this SGA episode my first reaction was "They look exactly like the SGU aliens". It's probably safe to say they are Sekkari or at least very close to them, maybe their race split up and some of them left the Pegasus galaxy. SGU just got a little more interesting ;) 21:32, May 31, 2010 (UTC)
they cant be, the blue aliens are sepperated billions of ly away and judging on what we have seen their ftl or hyperdrive could not do suchs a distance. even if they had a million yearsNH-obi 00:40, December 11, 2010 (UTC)
SGU would never bring a race from just one episode of Atlantis into their series... they're trying to separate themselves from the less believable aspects of SG1 and SGA, and have as few references as possible. Sman789 (talk) (Contribs) 01:14, December 11, 2010 (UTC)
Look like ≠ Is. How can someone not realize, that they are billions of light years from the Blueberrys? If two people on the opposite sides of the world look kinda the same, and I stress kinda, that doesn't make them related. "It's propably safe to say they are Sekkari", NO THEY AREN'T! They have a name: Blueberrys, not Sekkari. Speculations are getting worse by the day... Jauh0 (talk) (Contribs) 12:26, December 11, 2010 (UTC)
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