An illuminated cauldron bubbles with all the fiery passion of the will, and light radiates from the potion within as the solitary eye sees all. As a receptacle, the crucible inherently symbolizes the characteristics associated with water, including emotions, love, visions, dreamwork, and the subconscious mind. Exemplifying these attributes, the cauldron is a tool used to manifest one’s will through the use of potions which work to satiate the desirous needs of our emotions and subconscious. The omniscient eye has many names and equivalents throughout different religions: The eye of Horus (Egyptian), the third eye (Hindu), the all-seeing eye (Freemasonry), and the eye of providence (Christianity). Despite these various names, the symbolism remains consistent; the solitary eye represents the ability to observe all and therefore know all, making one equally as divine as the gods themselves. When the all-seeing eye merges with the crucible, it grants the magical practitioner clarity and clairvoyance through witchcraft. The all-seeing eye is a powerful symbol not to be adopted lightly as is witchcraft not to be practiced casually.