The Tarot of the Old Path's Ace of Cauldrons, is the Thoth Deck Ace of Cups. Being that the Tarot of the Old Path is designed by witches, this seems reasonable.
The Tarot of the Old Path illustrates a Cauldron with the three crescent moons standing in pool of water fed by three water falls; the number 3 representing the Three stages of Goddess, Maid, Mother and Crone.Water is the Element of this card and represents the flowing current of emotions.and/or consciousness.
The reflective Cauldron contains the Waters of Life and represents the Divine Womb.
In the language of flowers, a celandine grows in the foreground, implying joys to come, as the Aces are The essence of cards and often imply "for one year's time", this is most apt.
The primary meaning of this card seems to be, the dawning of great joy, love and spiritual understanding growing over a year's time.
The Ace of Cups, is the root of the powers of Water. This is Water, in its most arcane form, Life-Fluid , (Dew of the Mother) symbolically represented as Water, Blood or Wine.
The Ace of Cups is the compliment to the Ace of Wands, as is the Sun to the Moon and the Lingam to the Yoni and represents the essential form of the Holy Grail (The Womb with a view).
The Great Mother, Binah, is often symbolized as the Dark Sea and in the Thoth Deck Ace of Cups, She is both the Sea and the Lotus: the Lotus ( two in one) being the Fertile expression of the Great Mother.
Descending from above, a ray of light representing the Holy Ghost and beneath the Grail we have the Moon. The Waves of Life-Fluid, are shown as a web of fluid energy that what the tapestry of Creation is woven from. To many Native Nations, this would symbolize the Work of the Great Spider Woman who wove the Universe.
When the Ace of Cups or Ace of Cauldrons is thrown during a divination, it implies:
If ill defined or reversed (Tarot of the Old Path):