In the second half of the 13th century, the book was translated into Latin (as Liber Scale Machometi) and Spanish, and soon thereafter (in 1264) into Old French. Its Islamic depictions are believed by some scholars to have been a major influence on Dante's 14th century masterpiece, the Divine Comedy.
The Paradiso is 9x3 in form, Mohammads Ladder 7x3.
Here is an english translation of the essential trip from Jerusalem to Heaven.
The thing I found interesting is the correlation between the 7x3 and Dice games. In the Book of Games commissioned by Alfonso X the illustrations show the spiritual/physical/astronomical influences on this 'sacred numbering.(Dice is only one part of the Book of Games 'Libro de los Juegos') The Pips on the Die add to 21.Then I entered Bait Al-Maqdis (Jerusalem) where the Prophets, peace be upon them, were assembled for me, and Jibrail brought me forward to lead them in prayer. Then I was taken up to the first heaven, where I saw Adam, peace be upon him. Then I was taken up to the second heaven where I saw the maternal cousins ‘Eisa and Yahya, peace be upon them. Then I was taken up to the third heaven where I saw Yusuf, peace be upon him. Then I was taken up to the fourth heaven where I saw Harun, peace be upon him. Then I was taken up to the fifth heaven where I saw Eidris, peace be upon him. Then I was taken up to the sixth heaven where I saw Musa, peace be upon him. Then I was taken up to the seventh heaven where I saw Ibrahim, peace be upon him. Then I was taken up above the seven heavens and we came to Sidrah Al-Muntaha and I was covered with fog. I fell down prostrate and it was said to me: ‘(Indeed) The day I created the heavens and the Earth, I enjoined upon you and your Ummah fifty prayers...