List of Gnostic sects
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The following is a list of sects involved in Gnosticism:
- Christian Gnosticism
- Dositheans (could be offshoot of Simonianism or proto-Gnostic)
- Syrian-Egyptic Gnosticism
- Satornilians 
- Thomasines (Also called Thomasenes)
- Persian Gnosticism
- Sabians (also called Sampsaeans)
- Abelonians 
- Angelici 
- Cleobians 
- Secundians 
- Bosnian Church
- Picards (Neo-Adamite)
- Novgorodians - The owners of the Novgorod Codex, it is likely that the owners of the codex were dualistic like the Bogomils.
- Ecclesia Gnostica
- Ecclesia Gnostica Catholica
- Ecclesia Gnostica Mysteriorum
- Eglise Gnostique
- Gnostic Society
- Holy Order of Mans (Quasi-Gnostic)
- Johannite Church
- Lectorium Rosicrucianum
- Neo-Luciferian Church
- Ophite Cultus Satanas
- Order of the Nazorean Essenes (Influenced by Gnosticism) 
- Society of Novus Spiritus
- Tempelhofgesellschaft (Neo-Marcionite)
- The Church of St Mary & St John
- The Summit Lighthouse & Church Universal and Triumphant; considered New Thought/ neo-gnostic
- The White Eagle Lodge
- See Against the Lucianists by Epiphanius
- The followers of Menander, who led a schism in Simonianism. See Against Menander by Epiphanius
- The followers of the gnostic Satornilus. See Against Satornilus by Epiphanius
- See Against the Heracleonites by Epiphanius
- See Against the Ptolemaeans by Epiphanius
- See Abelites - Jewish Encyclopedia
- See Against the Angelics by Epiphanius for a more detailed description.
- Apparently another name for the Borborites. Epiphanius also references them as a different sect in the Panarion. He mentions them three times in the book. See here.
- A gnostic sect mentioned in the Panarion, Against the Nicolaitans, 2,1 They be identified as the Borborites.
- Another name for the Gnostics according to Epiphanius. It may be a different Gnostic Sect altogether. See Proem I, 5,4
- Blunt. Pg. 109. "Cleobians"
- See Against the Secundians by Epiphanius
- See Essenes.com for more information
1. Blunt, John Henry. Dictionary of Sects, Heresies, Ecclesiastical Parties, and Schools of Religious Thought. Rivingtons. 1874.