Born some time during the first century, Hakor was eventually inducted into the Egyptian chapter of the Hidden Ones based in Alexandria. Around 30 BC, while a Master, he attended the Hidden Ones' final synod. Master Hakor welcomed Amunet and delivered a vague introduction before she stood and opened with a blunt statement.
The meeting resolved when Amunet declared that the Hidden Ones were to formally retreat into the shadows to continue their mission. After a moment of silence, Master Hakor broke the peace by urging the acolytes to their afternoon studies. One of the acolytes would record both the synod and a later meeting with Magas in a document that would be known as the Magas Codex.