One of the controls of William Stainton Moses, said to be
Al-gazzali or Ghazali, professor of theology at Baghdad in the
eleventh century, the greatest representative of the Arabian
Philosophical School. ‘‘Mentor’ ’’s main duty was to manage the
phenomena at the séances. He was very successful with lights
and scents and brought many apports.
In Book 16 of the spirit communications of Stainton Moses
there is a story of ‘‘Mentor’’ carving heads on two shells in the
dining room while dinner was going on; the sound of the process
was heard.