Our Father God, counterpart to our Mother God Azna
; He is praised in all religions and known by many different names, he is mainly recognised as Om by the Gnostics;
El - Hebrew for "to be strong"
Elohim - Plural of El
Adonai - "My Lord"
Shaddai - "Almighty"
Elyon - "Most High"
Qadosh - "the Holy One"
Jehovah - mixed form of YHWH and Adonai
OM - Sanskrit word for supreme entity
Brahma - Hindu term for supreme entity
Allah - Islamic term for supreme entity
"I am who am" comes down to us from the Old Testament (Ex. 3:14), and the speaker goes on to instruct Moses to tell the Israelites, "I AM sent me ...". So the first reference to His name is not very clear. Actually, the Hebrew version of this is YHWH (pronounced Yahweh), which appears more than 6000 times in the Hebrew bible.
Only in the New Testament does the word "father" become a proper name for God. This was consistent with Christ's message to the world of a loving God, not the God of wrath as depicted in the Old Testament.
God is static and makes up the intellectual side of our brain, compared his female counterpart Mother Azna who is the emotion and mobile. He is all loving, all knowing and also all forgiving, contrary to some religions beliefs.
Father Om is everywhere, in everything and in everyone.