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- A son of Poseidon, and Lord of the Winds. He figures in the Odyssey, where Odysseus encounters him and is given a bag containing all the winds (except the one which blows toward Ithaka); Odysseus' sailors open it however, and raise a storm....
Deities & Heros >> Greek
- Belladonna: Correspondences
- Atropa belladonna Poison Folk Names: Banewort, Black Cherry, Deadly Nightshade, Death's Herb, Devil's Cherries, Divale, Dwale, Dwaleberry, Dwayberry, Fair Lady, Great Morel, Naughty Man's Cherries, Sorcerer's Berry, Witch's Berry Gender: Feminine Planet:...
Herbalism >> Herbs dictionary B
- Mandrake: Correspondences
- Mandragora officinale Poison Folk Names: Alraun, Anthropomorphon, Baaras, Brain Thief, Circeium, Circoea, Galgenmannchen, Gallows, Herb of Circe, Haxenmannchen, Ladykins, Mandragen, Mandragor, Mannikin, Racoon Berry, Semihomo, Wild Lemon, Womandrake, Sorcerer'...
Herbalism >> Herbs dictionary M
- Persephone had no real title or position in the world of Olympian gods and goddesses.
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- The Odyssey; Quests review – Homer, Tom Waits and a one-woman whirlwind
- The sea, wine-dark, billowing around Odysseus's ship. Alan Vincent, as the chief suitor, prowling the stage with baleful, psychopathic delicacy.
- Mark Bruce Company: The Odyssey review – Homer on the dance floor
- The monsters he encounters are filtered through a contemporary form of nightmare: Polyphemus is a lecherous Santa Claus, Circe is an S&M disco queen who dances tauntingly with a stageful of masked swine. Music from Mark Lanegan to Mozart drives ...
- Aeneid Book VI: Seamus Heaney's miraculous return from literary afterlife
- (Circe tells Odysseus to visit the underworld in The Odyssey, but the explicit directive to seek out the father is Virgil's.
- Slivers of Science in Homer's 'The Odyssey'
- True to the god's word, the moly renders Odysseus invulnerable to Circe's magic. He drinks her potion, eats her food and stands there as she points her wand at him.
- Review: 'The Odyssey' Takes a Populist Turn as a Musical
- In the Circe scene he supplies Odysseus with an enchanted flower that, when he eats it, saves him from the fate of his men and allows him to return them to human form. Later Mr. Almond sings “The Ballad of Scylla and Charybdis,” a Kurt Weill-esque song ...
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