Cerridwen, a Celtic Goddess, was known for creating a magical brew that was stirred for a year and a day to produce the "Three Drops of Inspiration." These were stolen by a young boy who grew up to be known as Taliesin, a great bard and wizard. The myth of the Goddess' pursuit of this thief involves a dramatic series of shape-changing. Cerridwen was the muse who brought inspiration to poets, musicians, writers, and those of the creative arts. Historically, Celtic bards were known as "Credo," children of Cerridwen.