"I climbed to a rocky point of observation and stood there, and got a sign of smoke from the halls of Circe." Book 10, lines 148-149
Circe Invites Them to Dinner
"At once she opened the shining doors, and came out, and invited them in, and all their innocence entered." Book 10 lines 230-231
Eurylochos Watches Men feast and Turn into Pigs
After Circe feeds the men her secret potion, Eurylochos is startled by the fact that his soldiers were now pigs...for he suspected treachery. Book 10, lines 233-245
Odysseus arrives at Circe's island and is looking for people. He plants his ship and he sees Circe's castle in the distance.
Circe notices that the men of Odysseus have arrived and are looking for Circe, so she invites them into her castle for dinner. All the men follow her as she is so beautiful. Eurylochos suspected treachery, so he waited outside.
Circe tricks the men into dinner then turned them into pigs. Eurylochos is in shock and runs to go get Odysseus.