The Gnostic Movement was a spiritual school teaching the Gnosticism of Samael Aun Weor. It was founded in 1999 by author Mark Pritchard (who writes as Belsebuub) and other members of the Universal Christian Gnostic Movement (UCGM) who amalgamated a newly created organization of theirs with the UCGM. In 2000 Belsebuub was elected to coordinate it. He used a fresh, innovative approach to make ancient mystical knowledge accessible and relevant in the modern age, including a pioneering use of the Internet to deliver his online courses to introduce people to Gnosis. The Gnostic Movement was the largest Gnostic organization in the western world; over 90,000 people attended its courses online and in nearly 20 study groups across the world. Read the story
Secret Quest Documentary Series
In Secret Quest: A Three-Part Series on the Christian Gnostics, modern Gnostics examine the history and teachings of ancient Gnostics and explain their relevance to modern Gnosticism. Produced in-house by The Gnostic Movement, the series reveals how hidden spiritual knowledge – Gnosis – was sought throughout time and expressed in different ways. It explores the wisdom found in the rediscovered Christian Gnostic Gospels and texts, some with secret teachings of Jesus, and shows how it corresponds to modern teachings of gnosis as studied in The Gnostic Movement. View the full series here.