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"Only instruct me, goddess, if you will, how, if possible, can I pass Charybdis, or fight off Scylla when she raids my crew?"
"Steer wide; keep well to seaward; plug your oarsmen's ears with beeswax kneaded soft; none of the rest should hear that song."
"Lose headway there along that rockface while you break out arms, and she'll swoop over you, I fear, once more, taking one man again for every gullet. No, no put all your back into it, row on ; invoke Blind Force, that bore this scourge of men, to keep her from a second strike against you."
Odysseus goes to see Circe for advice
Circe gives warnings of the Sirens and Charybdis
Circe gives the final warning of Scylla
They begin their Journey through the Sirens
Odysseus heathed the warning and stuck close to the Rock wall to bypass Charybdis
Scylla ate six of the men whole but Odysseus kept moving forward
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