Creed of the Gnostic Church (1907)
By Bishop Primate +Jean Bricaud
I believe in One God, eternal Propator and almighty Father, creator and attractor of all visible and invisible beings, the first tridyname amongst the divine Eons.
And in His only son, the divine logos, the prototype of man, the second tridyname, Christ, spiritual and physical light, born of the treasury of light, true God like the Father and consubstantial to Him, without whom nothing was made.
Who became incarnate on earth in the person of Jesus the Savior and the star of the Pleroma, came down here below for us, taking on a soul and a body like our own in the breast of blessed Mary.
Who was manifest in Jesus from the time of his baptism to the time of his passion;
Who spoke to us through his mouth and taught us the very holy gnosis and the holy life, in order to deliver us from the slavery of the Demiurgos and of his earthly Archon, to thus enable our return into the spiritual Pleroma our homeland, as he himself returned there after his death.
Who will come to earth again full of glory to judge the living and the dead;
Whose kingdom shall have no end.
I believe in the Holy Spirit, the third tridyname who proceeds from the Father like the son;
Who gives Love with Life, who puts us on the path of truth and holiness, who unifies all beings, who is adored and glorified with the Father and the son;
I believe in one truly universal or catholic Church, the origin on earth of which goes back to that of the human race, but which in heaven constitutes the holy Pleroma, and is as old as God Himself, the perfect being;
I confess the two Baptisms and the three other Mysteries for the remission of sins.
I await, on the completion of the earthly Pleroma, the reappearance of the dead, the Ascension of the Pleroma, lastly the final dissolution of the spirits resistant to any conversion, at the same time as the dissolution of the hylic (physical) world, the work of the Demiurgos. Amen.
Source: Bricaud, J. (1907). The Esoteric Doctrine.