Describes the history , beliefs , and practices of the ancient gnostics.
|Basilideans - Wikipedia|
A gnostic sect founded by basilides of alexandria in the 2nd century.
|Catholic Encyclopedia: Gnosticism|
History of gnosticism from its pre-christian roots through its developed doctrines concerning cosmogony , the sophia-myth , soteriology , and eschatology. includes information on rites , schools , and literature.
|Gnostics, Gnostic Gospels, & Gnosticism|
An introduction to gnosticism.
|Jacob Boehme Resources|
Offers online transciptions of the works of jacob boehme.
An effort to bring the spectrum of material and references to mary magdalene together in one cohesive website.
|Medieval Gnosticism, Alchemy, Spiritualism and Taoism|
Dedicated to medieval spiritualism , alchemy , and taoism. essays from gnostic writers , alchemy term glossary , middle age symbolism described with photographs. tao teh ching in full , and alchemy poem.
|On The Spurious Book of Revelation|
Purports to correct eschatology that is based on the book of revelation as opposed to paul's mystery religion.
|Sethianism - Wikipedia|
A group of ancient gnostics , that date their existence before christianity.
|The Bridal Chamber|
A site dedicated to the innermost mystery of early christianity and the role of mary magdalene as the founder of christianity.
|The Egyptian Foundations of Gnostic Thought|
A 1994 thesis posted chapter by chapter. also a number of gnostic tractates translated by the author as well as photos taken from egypt.
|The Gnostic Apostle Thomas|
This book brings together the lore involving the apostle thomas as a long-forgotten , long-suppressed , major figure in one of the many forms of early christianity.
|The Trail of Gnosis|
An interactive pdf format cd-rom explores traditions of gnosticism from the 4th to 15th centuries both in depth and as an overview.
|Valentianism - Wikipedia|
A religious doctrine named after valentinius , a roman theologian who lived circa 2nd century , and defied christian orthodoxy , in order to follow gnosticism.