Cauldron Definition and Cauldron Products

The cauldron features widely in Celtic myths, carrying various symbology. The Dagda cauldron belonged to the god-druid and was the cauldron of plenty, which left no-one unsatisfied. The Mabinogi of Branwen mentions the cauldron of rebirth, where the dead were cast and then came alive again. This latter meaning is similar to the Wiccan belief, which sees the cauldron and its shape as representing the womb of the Great Goddess, where everything that is born out of it returns to it. The earth Goddess Ceredwen/Cerridwen, who is the goddess of transformation, is also linked with the cauldron as a feminine image and the idea that it brings life.

Cauldrons are of course also known as something in which mixtures, magic and food can be brewed and it's often connected with ritual and spells. It's partly because of this ability to create that the idea of the cauldron as like the Goddess is enhanced, as both the womb and the cauldron work in different ways to create something new.

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