Saint Comgall was born sometime between 510 and 520, according to the Irish annals, in Dál nAraidi (Dalaradia) in Ulster near the place now known as Magheramorne in present-day County Antrim. After serving as a soldier in his early life, he studied at Clonard with Saint Finnian, and at Clonmacnoise with Saint Ciaran, who died in 549. He lived for a while in Ulster on an island on Lough Erne, accompanied by a few friends who followed a severe form of monastic life.
Cauldrons have appeared within mythology, mystical lore, and even traditional stereotypes for hundreds of years. Today, we frequently use them in Wicca and other traditions much as they were described within Celtic mythology, where they represented tools of rebirth and renewal. and therefore can be used within fertility rites and the assorted rituals we might use seeing spiritual growth and enlightenment. http://www.azuregreen.net/?AID=125403=14488