Unnamed Path is a dynamic and evolving spiritual tradition designed for gay, queer, and male-identifying individuals who seek a deep connection with the ancestral lineage of the Tribe of Men Who Love Men. As an inclusive initiatory tradition, our apprenticeship training encompasses four core areas: Shamanic journey work and courtship, Energy healing practices, Deathwalking and spirit contact work, and Magic and Prophecy. This holistic approach is not just about acquiring skills; it’s also a journey of self-discovery and empowerment. Apprentices engage in transformative practices like shadow work, inner alchemy, and fostering relationships with our deities, the Ancestors of Men Who Love Men and their own personal spirit guides, helping them to harness their personal power.
Initiates of Unnamed Path are dedicated to developing a personal spiritual practice that resonates with their unique journey. They are also committed to serving their communities as proud and active members of the Tribe of Men Who Love Men. Our community is growing, with initiates already making an impact in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Australia. We welcome all who identify as male and are called to explore their spirituality within this rich, supportive, and affirming tradition.
About the Founder Hyperion
Eddy ‘Hyperion’ Gutiérrez founded The Unnamed Path in 2007.
He was received guidance by The Ancestors of Men Who Love Men who began to teach him a way to integrate all of the separate parts of his vast spiritual knowledge into one path, while discarding parts that didn’t have anything to do with the energy current that gay/queer men naturally tap into.
He began capturing all of this in a series of lessons, and finally one day, his spirit guides instructed him to begin teaching classes.
Eventually, he put these classes in the form of podcasts to build awareness of the tradition, and in 2009 Hyperion initiated his first three students in California.
Hyperion has presented at pagan and academic events around the world, including Pantheacon, the Pagan Studies Conference, Los Angeles/Orange County Pagan Pride Day, Into the Green, May Magic, Between the Worlds, and was the founder of Stone and Stang.
Sadly to all those who knew him, Hyperion passed away in January of 2014.
His spiritual legacy of this tradition is now held by Unnamed Path Tribe along with the assistance of his mother Victoria Gutiérrez and his partner Clayton James, who run Dr. E Products, a folk magic supply destination started by Hyperion.