Odysseus's Siren Encounter

Odysseus's Siren Encounter
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  • Go to the isle of the Sirens. None shall listen to their song except you. But take caution, They will try to kill you.
  • Ok
  • Odysseus receives advice from Circe about the SIrens and where he must travel to speak to the spirit of the blind prophet.
  • Odysseus sets sail from Circe's Island for the Sirens.
  • Goodbye!
  • I hope I can handle this...
  • He comes up with a plan
  • I will plug all of your ears with beeswax so you don't fall for the Siren's traps. You all must tie me to the mast before we go any further
  • The Sirens spot Odysseus's ship.
  • Why are they here?
  • Who's that?
  • Can we eat them?
  • The Sirens began to sing and Odysseus begs his shipmates to untie him and let him jumps off and drown himself for the Sirens; his shipmates, however, cannot hear him.
  • They eventually pass the Siren's island and untied Odysseus. He then takes out the beeswax out of their ears and thanks them. They continue to sail onward.
  • Thank you friends and comrades for obeying and keeping me tied up.
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