In classical mythology, a SIREN was a mythical creature often depicted as a seductive and enchanting figure with a melodious voice. According to ancient Greek mythology, SIRENS were typically associated with the sea, residing on rocky islands and luring sailors with their captivating songs. The allure of their voices was so irresistible that sailors, drawn by the enchanting melodies, would steer their ships towards the SIRENS, often resulting in shipwrecks.

The concept of sirens has evolved over time and has found its way into various forms of art, literature, and popular culture. Today, SIRENS are not only seen as mythological beings but have become symbolic representations of temptation, allure, and the dangers of succumbing to one's desires. In modern contexts, sirens may be portrayed in literature, films, and art as powerful and captivating figures, transcending their traditional association with danger.