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Small Cauldron (Cast-Iron - 11cm x 10cm)
  • Small Cauldron (Cast-Iron - 11cm x 10cm)

    Small Cauldron - (Cast-Iron) Black with lid/handle.

    Approximately - 11cm height - 10cm length - 7cm diameter


    Ideal for burning Resins, Palo Santo, Lobaan and Bakhoor...


      10 Creative Ways to Use Your Cauldron



      1. Try scrying in it.

      If you’ve never tried scrying (the art of seeing visions in black mirrors) and you want to give it a go before investing in a real scrying mirror, fill your cast iron cauldron with water and put a few drops of black ink in it.  Instant, perfectly smooth scrying surface!


      2. Use it for this banishing ritual.

      The dark void of the cauldron imitates a black hole.  Throw something into it and watch it disappear into the cosmic abyss.


      3. Perfect for fire festivals.

      For solitary rituals, building a huge bonfire isn’t always practical.   Please be mindful of fire safety as you would any other ritual involving fire and NEVER let children or minors do it themselves!!  Build a mini fire in your cauldron exactly as you build it in a fire pit, with dry leaves and grasses to ignite it, and thick, broken twigs on top.  Throw in some herbs appropriate to the festival and watch it roar.


      4. Make moon water.

      Every once in a while, a tool proves both practical and symbolic.  The cauldron checks both boxes for making moon water.  Take advantage of this perfect vessel and brew up a batch for the coming full moon.


      5. Burn oils.

      A squat, tri-legged cauldron doubles nicely as an oil burner.  Pop a tea candle underneath, then experiment with different blends and come up with one that works for your ritual purpose.


      6. Get kitchen witchin’.

      Please note:  not all cauldrons purchases at specialty and occult shops are food safe.  Check to make sure yours is before you cook with it.  But if your cauldron is actually a cast iron kitchen utensil, or you know for sure it’s okay for food, it’s a cool way to add something special to your kitchen witch recipes.


      7. Experiment with custom incense blends.

      Get yourself a pack of charcoal disks.  Then go digging around your herb rack and bust out your burnables.  Play around with different combinations (like lavender and cinnamon—amazing for the full moon).  Experiment, create, and if you come up with a good blend, share it with us.


      8. Gather rainwater.

      Leave your cauldron outside to gather rainwater for use in spells and purification.  For added magick, toss in a couple of appropriate gemstones.  Then refrigerate until it’s ready for use.


      9. Include it in fertility spells.

      In modern witchcraft, the cauldron represents the womb.  This makes it perfect for fertility spells, abundance magic and spells to draw forth hidden potential.


      10. Send your desires to the heavens.

      Write your wishes, things you want to let go of or hopes for the future on a piece of natural parchment.  Light it, toss it in the cauldron with some wishing herbs, and watch the smoke rise to the heavens.  Bury the ashes and let fate have its way.


      Blessed be.



      More Uses...

      For modern practitioners, there's still a lot of magic to be made in a cast-iron cauldron. You can use it blend herbs, burn incense, mix up a batch of black salt, or place names or petitions to deity inside. Regardless of how you choose to use it, you're going to want to season it.


      Spoon or sprinkle a small amount of resin over your charcoal. Alternatively, you can place the resin incense into the cauldron, and place the charcoal disk on top. This will heat it up more though and create more smoke. Enjoy your resin incense.


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