Altarpiece: A cauldron can be placed on your altar as a symbol of the earth element, the womb, or the goddess.
Spell work: Cauldrons can be used to burn herbs, resins, and other ingredients for spells. They can also be used to hold potions and other magical concoctions.
Divination: Cauldrons can be used for scrying, which involves gazing into a substance such as water, oil, or smoke to receive messages.
Incense holder: Cauldrons can be used to hold incense sticks or cones.Divination using a cauldron is done through scrying, which is gazing into a substance to receive messages. This can be done with water, oil, smoke, or flame. When scrying with water, look into it with blurred focus and wait for psychic messages to come to you. When interpreting flame and smoke, look for shapes, direction, strength, color (flame), and concentration (smoke). When scrying with oil, you can either pour it into the cauldron and gaze at it, or fill the cauldron with water and drip oil or candle wax into the water and divine based on the way the oil or wax pools on the surface of the water.