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Incense Burner Cauldron

$24.95

This Cauldron is perfect for mixing herbs or incense, as well as using as an incense burner.

~ Cauldrons symbolize not only the Goddess but also represent the womb (due to the fact that it holds something) and on an altar it represents the element of Earth because it is a working too!

It has a 12 inch tri-chain that allows you to walk around and move it from side to side for blessings, clearings and smudging technique. It can also hang up by its large ring, in a stationary position. Another great purpose is for casting herbs into it for seasonal transitions, holidays and ritual work. This cauldron measures 3″ tall x 4 1/2″ wide and 2 1/2″ deep.

The Incense Sampler is a plethora of scent, color and magic! Organic samples of red rose buds, luscious lavender buds, Our signature blend of Samhain frankincense and myrrh, our Astro Incense Copal resin blend, Mt Shasta sage and our famous Dragon’s Blood cone incense.

**FREE GIFTS*** of 6 sample incense, herbs, cones and resins along with charcoal discs and herbal incense recipe blends make this a complete set, ready to use!

The Incense Sampler

This is a plethora of scent, color and magic! Organic samples of red rose buds, luscious lavender buds, Our signature blend of Samhain frankincense and myrrh, our Astro Incense Copal resin blend, Mt Shasta sage and our famous Dragon’s Blood cone incense.

They are presented in 1 oz samples in brightly colored organza bags!

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A Brief History

~ Cauldrons symbolize not only the Goddess but also represent the womb (due to the fact that it holds something) and on an altar it represents the element of Earth because it is a working tool.

~ Ceridwen was a Welsh enchantress/goddess in medieval legend, who was keeper of the cauldron. Ceridwen is regarded as the Celtic goddess of rebirth, transformation, and inspiration.

~ The Daghda or Dagda in Celtic lore was the Father of all the Gods. He was the Irish God whose name means “All Competent”. His tools, among them a cauldron (that magically never emptied of its fertility-rich, rejuvenating waters), played a major role in Celtic healing.

~ In Irish folklore, a cauldron is believed to be where leprechauns keep their gold and treasure.


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