everyone. Here is the sentence and my thoughts about it:
Cui viro divinum quiddam inesse existimabatur, adeo ut putaretur etiam cum numinibus habere sermonem.
First of all, I am curious about the first clause, namely "Cui viro divinum quiddam inesse existimabatur". Is this clause a nominative and infinitive construction (Nominativus cum infinitivo)? Secondly, I wonder whether "inesse" is a verb here or an direct object. I think it is a verb. Thirdly, I wonder what to categorise "habere sermonem" as. Are these words one direct object or two direct objects?