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Dude, I know your fate. Just keep doing you and you will be back at your crib.
Book XII: Odysseus goes to the River of the Pool in the mansion of the Cimmerians. Odysseus makes a sacrifice of cookies so the dead would surface from their endless swim in the deep end.
Odysseus speaks with the blind Theban prophet Tiresias, who informs him that Poseidon is punishing the Achaeans for blinding his son Polyphemus. He also foresees Odysseus’s fate that he will return home, reclaim his wife and palace from the wretched suitors, and then make another trip to a distant land to make amends with Poseidon. He warns Odysseus not to touch the flocks of the Sun when he reaches the land of Thrinacia.
This scene is important to the overall plot because it is one of the first glimpses of fate in the story, as opposed to the gods altering the lives of mortals at their leisure. Odysseus finally learns of his return to his home and in big ways changes his dispostition
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