I think this pretty much sums it up:<quoted text>
This form of Gnosticism may not be revived in the sense you express, but there is a global change approaching, rather fast IMO, that will expose many changes to the religious world.
It will be welcomed and it will allow humanity to become part of this world as it is destined to be. Your religious views will eventually be the minority.
Religion cannot stop knowledge, nor can it stop those individuals who express this knowledge through various forms of technology (i.e. internet) and/or media and its many forms.
Spiritual knowledge will be realized by many. And I'm happy to say this Regina, it will eventually come to you as well.
I'm rooting for ya!
A just verdict on the Gnostics is that of O. Gruppe (Ausführungen, p. 162); the circumstances of the period gave them a certain importance. But a living force they never were, either in general history or in the history of Christendom. Gnosticism deserves attention as showing what mention dispositions Christianity found in existence, what obstacles it had to overcome to maintain its own life; but "means of mental progress it never was".