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Home Mythology Orion Police Reports Orion Commends Hephaestus, Cedalion, and Helios

Case File: Orion Commends Hephaestus, Cedalion, and Helios

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Case Description: After his blinding, Orion stumbled across the ocean to seek the help of Hephaestus. The god of the forge took pity on him and sent Cedalion to help him find Helios, god of the sun. Cedalion rode on Orion's giant shoulders, directing him to the sun god, who returned his sight to him.

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