There are a number of magical cauldrons in Celtic folklore. To name but a few, we have the Pair Dadeni (the cauldron of rebirth), which originally belonged to Bran Fendigaid (Bran the Blessed), and which can revive dead warriors. Another, known as the Cauldron of Plenty, was one of the four treasures of the Tuatha Dé Danaan. From this cauldron, everyone of good character could eat their fill and the cauldron never ran out.
… by the Spring Equinox we can see and feel the sun’s fire strengthening and warming the soil, with precious small green signs of life renewing everywhere… trees and plants bud and blossom, birds and bees do what they do, and the Goddess moves towards her full expression as Spring Maiden. There are many names for this season, and you may know it as Eostre, Ostara or Alban Eilir, to name but a few.