Way of the Taibhsear only ran for a few episodes in 2016. The show was short-lived due to loss of sponsorship. It featured special guests like Mama Gina and Nimue Brown. Click on a link below to listen.
001 Way of the Taibhsear Samhain 2015
002 Way of the Taibhsear Your Birth Tree
In modern Druidry we have the Celtic Tree Calendar that uses the trees and plants of the ogham. This means that we can construct a horoscope using these plants. In this episode we discuss how to find your birth tree.
003 Way of the Taibhsear Tuatha Dea
Join us for our special guest Danny Mullikin of the band Tuatha Dea. Learn how a book series by Alex Bledsoe inspired music from their album Tufa Tales of the Appalachian Fae and hear music from the album on this episode.
004 Way of the Taibhsear A Brief History of Druidry
For people new to the path of Druidry, there’s a bewildering array of options for source material. There’s also the sometimes heated conflict between Revivalists and Reconstructionists. It can be difficult to know what’s going on. In this episode we try to sort it all out by discussing how modern Druidry came about.
005 Way of the Taibhsear Samhain Rite 2015
In this special episode of the Way of the Taibhear, we offer our Samhain rite for 2015. Including meditations and music from various artists.
006 Way of the Taibhsear Mama Gina
Join us for our special musical guest, Mama Gina! Singer/songwriter and wanderlust Mama Gina feels most at home when she can feel the earth beneath her feet and taste the freedom of the open sky. With down-to-earth, bluesy vocals, a bit of humor, and straight-ahead, rhythmic, acoustic guitar, she tells the true stories that fall into her head and heart. She sings of life, death and rebirth. She sings of holding on and letting go. She speaks to the Gods and Goddesses and they speak back. She sings their stories as they become her own. She sings of her spiritual connection to the natural world, and of our responsibility to nurture both the mundane and the magical. When she is not performing, you just might find her camping in the woods seeking inspiration from the earth beneath her feet and the vast, open sky.
007 Way of the Taibhsear The Web of Wyrd
In Norse mythology, the Norns weave the fate of humankind. This weaving takes the form of the Web of Wyrd. This web is a reminder that the past, present and future are all woven together and what we do today affects the future. It may also affect the past. In this episode we explore the Web of Wyrd and how it may be used.
008 Way of the Taibhsear Deep Ecology
Arne Naess coined the term “Deep Ecology.” It is a philosophy and an approach to life that is sustainable and more equitable than our current system. Deep Ecology is also part of the Earth Path Triad of Ordugh na Slighe Meadhanach. In this episode of Way of the Taibhsear we explore what Deep Ecology is, and the reasons for some of its underpinning philosophy.
009 Way of the Taibhsear Global Warming
Have we reached the tipping point with global warming? How far is the point of no return to avoid an ecological disaster? What does the science say, and why are so many people resistant to the facts regarding global warming? Why should Druids and other Pagans care, and what can we do about it? Join us as we explore these complex issues.
010 Way of the Taibhsear with Nimue Brown
Nimue Brown is a member of the Order of Bards, Ovates, and Druids and the author of When a Pagan Prays. She is also a prolific blogger on the subjects of Druidry and life in general. Her blog is called Druid Life. Join us as we discuss her life, her philosophy, and her work.