This is a mashup of a passage about the origins of sirens from the novel The Sex Lives of Sorcerers, which tells the story of a woman who, being identified as the reincarnation of a mythical creature, becomes the object of interest among sorcerers from another dimension. References to alchemy, medieval occultism, steganography, and sex magic permeate the novel, which is the second in the Sorcerers and Magi series. Within the video above, Illustrations of Odysseus and the sirens by Waterhouse, Otto Greiner, and Herbert James Draper are paired with studies of sirens by Soror ZSD23. The background score is gong music using a 24-inch Paiste symphonic gong, rattles, and voice.
And another excerpt: