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Because of the length of the story, Mana was a bit more fleshed out and applied some real world logic creating a type of fantastic phlebotinum.
In the context of this story, all this biblical gobbledygook is just phlebotinum and technobabble.
It also doesn't help that Clarence Gilyard stumbles through the phlebotinum, at one point citing "Daniel 9, chapter 27."
Again, Miracle's adventure unravels by having a phlebotinum do all the work of his escape, rather than using Miracle's dexterity or cunning.
I believe the spiders’ DNA was made of phlebotinum, which made the spiders themselve radioactive.