Calypso is the name given to one of the minor goddesses of Greek mythology, and is of course primarily famous for her role in Homer’s Odyssey, for Calypso is the nymph who, at one stage, prevents Odysseus from returning home. Calypso, in Greek mythology, the daughter of the Titan Atlas (or Oceanus or Nereus), a nymph of the mythical island of Ogygia. Calypso was a nymph in Greek mythology, who lived on the island of Ogygia, where, according to the Odyssey, she detained Odysseus for seven years. Calypso was rescued by Leo Valdez after the Second Giant War ended. In Greek mythology, Calypso was a nymph who captured Odysseus for many years, before he finally managed to escape. Unlike the goddesses of Olympus, the nymphs were often tied to a specific place or land form. They each served a function, whether it was as the deity of a certain island or mountain or as a spirit of the ocean. Once she left her island, she gave up Titan-hood and is currently a mortal, but regained her magical powers. She lived on the mythical island of Ogygia. Calypso was one of the many nymphs, minor goddesses of nature in Greek mythology. According to Homer's epic, the Odyssey, when Odysseus landed on Ogygia, Calypso fell in love with him and decided to keep him as her immortal husband. None of those heroes whom she falls for would ever be able to stay with her. In Homer’s Odyssey, Book V (also Books I and VII), she entertained the Greek hero Odysseus for seven years, but she could not overcome his longing for home even by Calypso’s origins are very confusing in Greek mythology. According to Homer, Calypso was a As punishment for her support in the First Titanomachy, she was banished to Ogygia, a remote island where different heroes whom she couldn't help but fall in love with would end up. Calypso was a third generation Titan, daughter of Atlas. In his epic poem “The Odyssey,” ancient Greek poet Homer describes the travels of Greek hero Odysseus and his decade-long journey home to Ithaca after the Trojan War. With her captivating singing, she managed to detain the Greek hero for several years.