The Odyssey: Book XII
By brmanns, Updated
Odysseus's journey from the Sirens to the arrival at Calypso's island.
Odysseus and his men arrive at Circe's isle after returning from the House of Hades.
Circe warns Odysseus of his prophesied future and gives him advise to aid him in his journey.
Odysseus and his men sail past the isle of the Sirens, protected from their song with wax earplugs and strong rope.
Odysseus's ship travels at full speed, attempting to avoid the dread Scylla and Charybdis. Losing six men to Scylla's hunger.
Odysseus's ship lands on the Sun God's island.
Odysseus makes his men swear an oath not to harm any of Helios's prized livestock.
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