Doing a bit of research into the wyrd path this morning, I came across a blog called the Well of Mimir. It’s a great name, but, “The Well of Mímir will be going on an indefinite hiatus. Please check back in the next year for more content.”
Undaunted, I found another blog called The Pantheist Pagan, who wrote of blogging as a ritual pagan practice, saying, “I started this blog as a way of motivating myself to get back in touch with my spirituality. I’ve always been very spiritual and I think, as a species, human beings are intrinsically spiritual…” Getting back in touch with spirituality didn’t last for long. The blog started in October 2012, and lasted until November 2012.
Still, The Pantheist Pagan linked to the Pagan Monk blog, which lasted for a bit longer – three months – before changing into The Wyld Goat, which has been marked private, and so is unavailable for widespread reading, if it still exists at all.
Searching for something Wyld takes me finally to a roughly up to date pagan blog, Nature Is Sacred. Why so many defunct pagan sites online? Does it have to do with a cyclical, rather than linear, model of time?