The journey to the underworld of Hades to speak to the dead Theban prophet
Teiresias is a ... Where or who does Circe tell Odysseus he must visit and speak
with the blind prophet Teiresias? Where or who does Circe tell Odysseus he must
Shmoop - We Speak Student ... The first shade is Elpenor, freshly fallen from
Circe's roof. ... Odysseus agrees, since it's the least he can do after totally having
failed to notice that ... from his weeping by the arrival of Teiresias (the dead blind
prophet). ... One gory mess later, Odysseus' mother Antikleia tells him of...
Jan 19, 2016 ... Circe instructs him to visit Tiresias so he can find out about his future, ... Tiresias
tells Odysseus that while he wants "a sweet smooth journey ... Odysseus will then
need to "pay them back in blood" (line 135). ... the seer predicts that his ship and
all of his men will be destroyed after his men eat ...
Polyphemus ridicules this idea; he does not care about the gods. Instead, he ....
She tells Odysseus to have his men bring their ships and gear ashore and come
back with everyone. He ... Odysseus asks Circe to help them sail home, but she
says he must go to Hades, the land of Death, and speak to the blind seer Tiresias
Odysseus and his men stay with Circe for one year. ... cannibalistic Achaeans
and his visit to the land of the dead to speak with the spirit... ... How did Odysseus
die? ... home, he must enter into Hades to consult with the blind prophet Tiresias.
Feb 14, 2016 ... He does not at first realize that the beggar is Odysseus, but offers him food ...
Circe: Circe is a witch and goddess who turns the crew into a herd of ... She also
tells Telemachus that he should gather and have the .... send Odysseus to Hades
to speak with Tiresias, the blind prophet, to learn the way home.
The Odyssey opens with Odysseus stranded on Ogygia, the island home of the ...
Circe cast a spell on some of Odysseus's men and turned them into pigs. ... that
he must visit the underworld and consult the blind prophet Tiresias before ... Later
that night, Penelope asked to speak with the beggar, whom she did not ...
Bk VIII:256-366 Described as speaking a barbarous tongue, probably ... Bk XII:36
-110 Circe tells Odysseus his course must take him past their island, and that he
must ... Bk XI:90-149 Teiresias prophesies that Odysseus will kill them. .... The
blind prophet of Thebes. ... Bk XVII:107-165 He tells Penelope of his visit to
Little did he know that Odysseus himself clung to the ram's belly. ... It was Circe
who told Odysseus that he would have to make a side trip to Hades. Only the
blind prophet Teiresias could tell him how to find his way home at last, and ... all
at bay until he had talked to Teiresias, and then he decided to speak to various
Circe, a sorceress on the island of Aeaea, tells Odysseus he must travel to the
Underworld to receive his prophecy from the blind prophet Teiresias. ... travels to
Hades, and makes animal sacrifices so the dead can drink their blood and speak
about the living world. ... Visit the The Odyssey Study Guide page to learn more.