Circe

God of Sorcery

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Circe

Circe was the Greek god of sorcery. She specialized in illusion, metamorphosis, and necromancy- talking to the dead. She used her powers to turn sailors into beasts. She met Odysseus when he traveled onto her island. She seduces Odysseus and turned his men into pigs. Odysseus, with the help of Hermes, eventually forced Circe to turn his men back into men.
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