Gnosticism Submitted Names

These names occur in the mythologies and legends of Gnosticism.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Aariel m Gnosticism
Variant of Ariel. This is the name of an angel found inscribed on an Ophitic amulet, alongside the name of the god Ialdabaoth.
Abraxas m Egyptian Mythology, Gnosticism, Popular Culture
From a word thought to have originated with the Gnostics or the Egyptians, found on many amulets during the last years of the Roman Empire. Abraxas was used by the Basilideans, a Gnostic sect of the 2nd century, to refer to the Supreme Being or god whom they worshipped; they believed it to be a name of power because it contained the seven Greek letters which, computed numerically, equal the number 365 (the number of days in the year)... [more]
Demiurgos m Gnosticism
From Ancient Greek Δημιουργός (Demiourgos) meaning "public worker" or "skilled worker" from the Greek elements demos "common people" and ergos "work". In the Gnostic system this is the name of the creator of the material world (and sometimes of evil), a deity inferior to the Supreme Being.
Drusiana f Ancient Roman, Italian (Rare, Archaic), Gnosticism
Feminine form of Drusianus. The tale of the resurrection of Drusiana features prominently in the Acts of John.
Drusiane f Gnosticism
French form of Drusiana.
Ialdabaoth m Gnosticism, Hebrew, Phoenician Mythology
The first archon of darkness. In Hebrew, cabala, and Gnostic lore, Iadalbaoth is the demiourgos, occupying a position immediately below the "unknown Father". In Phoenician Mythology, he is one of the 7 elohim, creators of the visible universe... [more]