A practical Gnostic prayer and ritual manual is available for modern times. It draws directly from the Classic Gnostics like the Sethians and Valentinians; and places each practice in a topical manner that is both universal and approbate to contemporary society. Its prayers range from thanksgiving orations to healing benedictions (regardless of how literal or psychological you may take them). Its rituals include the consecration of new homes, baptism and funerary situations, and the crafting of Christian magical instruments. The book even offers a plausible reconstruction of the arcane Sethian Five Seals ceremony. It also expands to ancient Christian, Jewish and Pagan traditions to mortar the gaps in the Nag Hammadi library and apocrypha; but remains loyal to the ethos of the ancient heretics. Beyond the book, we understand the unique views of the Gnostics and other alternative Christians when it came to prayer and sacrament.
Astral guest—Jeremy Puma, author of A Gnostic Prayerbook: Rites, Rituals, Prayers and Devotions