Baruli heretics of the twelfth century that revived the error of the Origenists, who taught that the souls of all men were created at the same time with the world itself, and that they sinned all together after the creation. These heretics seem to have derived their name from their leader, Barulus. — Moreri, who cites Sanderus, Haer. 149; Landon, Eccl. Dict. 2:56.