Summary: Around each planet in the Celestial Kingdom there orbits a various number
of Paradise moons. The term Eden World refers to one of the moons orbiting Jeruel,
the chief planet in the kingdom of the Elohim. It was here on this Paradise moon
that the rebellion of Shaemdiel was centered, as four of Eden World’s twelve cities
came to support Shaemdiel in his cause (E:8:6). The rebellion came to a climax near
the city of Mittani, on the plains of Kuristan, as Shaemdiel held the spirit children
of God hostage and led his lineage into battle against the quorums and Houses of
the Elohim (E:9:1-75).
The four cities on Eden World that came to support Shaemdiel
in his rebellion were the cities of Mitanni, Ramnios, Elseli, and Gimmel (E:8:6).
 The exact number of paradise moons orbiting Jeruel has not been confirmed. Scripture
indicates more than one moon (AZC - Elohim; E:4:17, 5:4:37). Azrael has stated that
Jeruel has three moons within its orbit (source?).
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But on the plains of Kuristan, in the city of Mitanni did the Son of the Morning
Light speak with power unto the Teraphim, and of the ministering angels there were
And there fell upon the cities of Mitanni and Ramnios, Elseli and Gimmel a darkening
mist of gloom; and throughout the Eden world of Paradise did many grow disconcerted.
But on the Eden world of Paradise did Yaldabaoth continue in stirring up great contentions
through the disputations of Shaemdiel, and for a season the darkness grew unabated.
But on the Eden world of Paradise did Shaemdiel cause a great division, for among
the ministering angels did many grow discontent with God; and there sided with the
Son of the Morning Light the cities of Mitanni and Ramnios, Elseli and Gimmel.