Once upon a time, not long ago—about fourteen hundred revolutions past—there was a Prophet escaping murder by the hands of an evil army.
The Prophet’s companions where ridding with him. Realizing they had no escape—with the army closing in on them—it was only a matter of time.
They rode for long hours, and had no refuge—the only thing they saw near them was a cave with spiders.
Being tired and famished, they stayed.
The Prophet prayed to his Lord, and was informed to enter the cave with his companions.
As they went in, they knew the persuing army would investigate, and that it could spell disaster.
Upon entrance, the Prophet told his companions: “Do not harm the spiders”.
No sooner than they were all inside, the spiders began weaving their magic. Their Lord inspired them to weave a lifetime of webbing in that moment of urgency.
When the army arrived by the cave, they felt as though no one could have entered it without breaking the spiders’ gentle web, it was covering the entrance as though no one had gone through for ages.
The army moved away from the cave of spiders, and kept chasing an illusion, whilst the Prophet and his companions were safe in hiding.
This is how a simple creature saved the life of a beloved Prophet.
If you understand the importance of this personage, you will understand how spiders saved our world from the dark ages.
Don't harm the spiders.