- The Gnostics
- Rethinking "Gnosticism"
- The Gnostic Bible
- The Essence of the Gnostics
- Gnostic Secrets of the Naassenes
- The Serpent's Gift
- The Gospel of Thomas
- The Mysteries of John the Baptist
- Hymns of Hermes
- The Hermetic Museum
- Pistis Sophia
- Pistis Sophia
- The Gospel of Mary Magdalene
- The Gospel of Philip
- The Gnostic Faustus
- The Hieroglyphic Monad
- The Lost Gospel
- Hidden Wisdom
- The Gnostic Gospels of Jesus
- Eternal Hermes
- Forbidden Faith
- The Mysteries of the Qabalah
- Opus Mago-Cabbalisticum Et Theosophicum
- The Gospels of Mary
- The Rosicrucians
- Introduction to Gnosis
- The Chemical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz
- The Invisible History of the Rosicrucians
- The Gnostics
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