This large dome was constructed of black stone. The stone was an illusion conjured by Ibrihim, a deceiver genie. The illusion concealed a beautiful garden enclosed in glassteel.
The entrance to the garden was located underground, accessible only through a secret passage found in the Hall of Audience.
Though the garden was enhanced by further illusions cast by Ibrihim, it was a paradise to those admitted. Succulent fruit adorned the trees, wondrous animals roamed the garden, and the stream was filled with nectar.
A rose-colored pavilion with pillars embedded with lapis lazuli served as a place for sleeping initiates.
Initiates of the Everlasting were taken to the garden to get a taste of what awaited them after a life of devout service. Beautiful men and women called huriye waited on them, fulfilling any desire.