This is God's name
That's the saying anyway, so this is just the starting point as to what the actual name might be.
Well, first of all, it's not a name but a vibration, an energy you feel, and, it is a doorway.
It's a Saturday morning and the Jehovah's Witnesses are banging on the door. Do you know that the American Standard Bible Isaiah 42:8 says "I am Jehovah, that is my name"? Well, that conflicts with my King James "I am the Lord, that is my name" (Adhonai/Kyrios) but that's OK, the pastor's from my local JW Kingdom Hall and he's a nice guy; I'm always glad to see him.
Then you look at how language has evolved over time, and how sound encapsulates energy, every name has an energy, and every sound has a numerical value that is an energy in itself. And you look at the hidden meanings in the vowels and not just the consonants and the space between the sounds and you get to know this: it doesn't really matter.
Yes, it can be Jehovah or Allah or Krishna or Lord, and it can be no name at all. Even to pursue that might send you down so many narrowly confined paths, aka Religion. Mysticism, as I have said, is expansion and not just constriction.
But knowledge is, to know. So yes, the names are also important in their own way. YHWH has two male and two female letters, so it's about balance, yet it contains the conflict between the two. The hidden vowels, or the sounds are the unifying force, and you can also say this, that the four letters YHVH or Tetragrammaton is represented in this way:
which is the stick figure of Man, or, humanity. That we are God, or, that we are in God's image.
But, there is more. The hidden meaning of YHVH is Yohav, or, to love. That God will always love you, and God will always be your healer.
But this, then, is the message of The Way of Atlan, that God reincarnates ever so often here on Earth, and to know him, first you must find him. That is the ultimate goal.