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And, as we have to do with the Mount of God, which is the throne of God (Rev. xxii.
“The ‘Arsh, throne of God or the empyreal heaven and the tree Túbá439 and Adam and the garden of Eden; these Allah created with the hand of His omnipotence; but to all other created things He said, ‘Be,’ — and they were.”
While we are looking down through the rolling mists on things that pass below, we are all the time [in vision] before the throne of God and of the Lamb, and among the four-and-twenty elders, the four living beings, and the innumerable company of angels; and we hear voices proceeding out of the throne ... and hallelujahs that roll through the universe.
Rashi uses certain Midrashim in it which describe the throne of God and the heavenly court.
Around the throne of God a band,  t2. t243.h291-p0.6