Bainchôôôch in the Coptic-Gnostic Book “Pistis Sophia”

In Gnostic belief Bainchôôôch was a triple-powered deity, not a “vox magica” and not an epithet of a higher power.

“Jesus said:
If the time of such an one is completed through the sphere, the receivers of
Bainchôôôch, who is one of the triple-powered (Greek: dynamis) gods,  come after his soul and lead his soul with joy and exultation and spend three days circling round with it and instructing it concerning the creations of the world with joy and exultation.”
G. R. S. Mead, Pistis Sophia, 238.

English translation
Carl Schmidt, Violet MacDermot, Pistis Sophia (Nag Hammadi Studies IX), Leiden 1978.

From the Coptic-Gnostic Book “Pistis Sophia”, chapter 147: