112 Episodes | First Released: Feb 4 '07 | 🇺🇸
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JD in SoCal
Dec 7 '15
Rating:   10
Gay spirituality that “clicks!"

I have long been spiritually curious person; obsessed with learning about all-types of beliefs. I have peripherally practiced my own witchcraft as inspired by the works of Scott Cunningham, other Llewellyn publications, and my own personal research/spiritual experiences. It was always quite surface-level, wonderfully beneficial in certain aspects but severely lacking in other aspects. This podcast fell into my lap about a month ago and I have been devouring it ever-since. It has forced me to actually explore my beliefs and personal truths and better understand my spiritual self. I’ve already been in contact with some of the brothers of the Unnamed Path on the various social media outlets who have all been very welcoming and willing to talk. If you are at all inclined towards the witchy-ways and a man who loves men I highly recommend you add this podcast to your spiritual toolbox or at the very least as chance to explore some new ideas. Many blessings!

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Otter Riverstone
Jan 23 '12
Rating:   10
Wonderful Podcast!

Thank you so much Hyperion for the time and energy you take on this podcast. Finally a path that not oly recognizes the unique spiritual heritage that we as gay men have, but to put it in such a way that is easy to understand. Your topics are well thought out, funny, and inspirational. Bright Blessings.

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LittlePaulie
Oct 9 '10
Rating:   8
Bright Enjoyment

As I listen through the library of episodes I keep finding mythic elements that stuck with me from other sources. Here, they are all together in a joyous homo-centric place.

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Olorinsbane
Jan 18 '10
Rating:   10
Great Information on many topics

This is a great podcast to introduce you to shamanic process. I recommend it highly if you are searching for Gay Male spirituality. Well done and worthwhile.

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anphivena
Aug 10 '09
Rating:   10
Fantastic, engaging and with depth

While it is centered for the path of men who love men, his teachings, thoughts and even practices are relevant to all pagans regardless of their spiritual path. I love Hyperion's honesty and wit, his no-nonsense talk and attitude. Do no hesitate to check out: his philosophy and wisdom transcends much of what is out there and has been invaluable for me in understanding many things that have been left in the dusk.

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Jeryze
Aug 7 '09
Rating:   8
Great and informative

Unamed Path has been very informative, even though I am a straight practitioner. His humor has also kept me listening, along with hyperion's knowlege of the craft. I thank you my good fellow.
In Love and Light,
Rev. Jeryze

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Dutchguysd
Dec 29 '08
Rating:   10
Great Podcast and Discussions

Now that the initial yaer is over, Hyperion is bringing out other aspects to work on: Specific spell work and aspects more in depth. He has a very nice listening voice and he is clear and easy to follow along. He has his work well layed out and ready to present.
Thanks for another look at spirituality and one that pertains to the needs, lives, and workings of gay men.

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GreywolfSF
Aug 6 '08
Rating:   10
all around excellence

Hyperion has a unique way of bringing his ideas and concepts accross with simple down-to-earth language and approachable stories of his own personal experiences. this makes some of the harder to understand, or deal with, issues far easier to grasp and relate to one's own personal practises and life. he is doing the community of men who love men a great service, and helping us to find our place in a more spritual reality.

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pApodaca
Jul 30 '08
Rating:   10
Thanks

GREAT SHOW!

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torodemayo
Jul 29 '08
Rating:   10
the path for me!

Hyperion's clear and concise explanations of shamanic exercises have shown me that magick doesn't have to exclude people who don't "fit in the circle." Thanks Eddy. I was raised with a lot of these same traditions. You have reminded me how much they feel like home.

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