The man we know today as “Jesus Christ” was actually called Rabbi Yeshua during his time on Earth in the greater Palestine area between 1 AD and 33 AD. “Jesus” is a name that has taken form after scribe-centered languages like Greek and Latin have modified the original Hebrew and Aramaic pronounced “Yeshua” into nominal names like “Yesu” and “Iesus”, finally into today’s form of “Jesus”. From what I have studied and learned, the spoken name of “Yeshua” is a transliterated name from Hebrew which is all consonant letters with no vowels. For me, as a spiritual seeker and pundit, there is a passage in the Bible that really identifies “Jesus” in His true existential sense. In the New Testament Book of John, Chapter 8, Verse 58, “Jesus” declares “Truly, truly, I tell you, before Abraham was born, I AM”. Language experts can tell you that I AM can be traced back to the Sanskrit words “AHAM” and “OM”. I AM is based on two words, and represents duality, but if you are to find the origins of the I AM statement and affirmation in its true, original, nondual form, that is “OM”. So, if Jesus’ disciples had understood ancient Sanskrit, he might have said, “Truly, truly, I tell you, before Abraham was born, OM”. Because God is Infinite and Jesus tells us that He and the Father are One (Book of John, Chapter 10, Verse 30), both are Omniscient, Omnipresent, and Omnipotent, all of which originate, language-wise and being-wise in the Sacred Syllable OM.