Vigilance Wing

“The eye remains open. The Lighthouse remains lit.” —Brother Vance


Osiris fought alongside the Titans at the Battle of Six Fronts and was once Vanguard Commander

  • Osiris grew tired of his role and began to question the motives of the Traveler
  • He became fascinated by the nature of the Darkness, and he pursued a number of controversial avenues to further his understanding, including Ahamkara-lore and thanatonautics. He was especially interested in understanding Oryx and the Vex. – * Via Ishtar Collective


Reference to the Trials of Osiris social space The Lighthouse


  • Keeping careful watch for possible danger or difficulties
  • Wakeful and alert

flavor text “Eye of Osiris”

  • Also known as the Eye of Horus or the udjat
  • The right eye “The sun”
  • Eye is a symbol of the god Horus as both the son of Osiris and Isis and as the sun-god
  • Egyptian myths and “The Book of the Dead” state that Horus lost his left eye in his war with Seth to avenge the death of his father
  • Seth tore the eye into pieces
  • The left eye “The moon” was discovered by Thoth (the god of wisdom and magic) lying in pieces, but he was able to reassemble them into the full moon
  • Each piece of the udjat represent a fraction of the descending geometric series 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, etc., put together they make 63/64 or approximately 1
  • Having been reassembled, Thoth gave the Eye to Horus
  • Horus, in turn, gave the eye to his murdered father Osiris, thereby bringing him back to life

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