A control of the medium William Stainton Moses, said to have been the biblical Haggai, a contemporary of Malachi, brought in by "Imperator" as an assistant with Vates (Daniel), another contemporary. He signed communications several times jointly with "Imperator" but never gave independent teaching.
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