This verse from Iyov may answer the question directly:
Job 9:33 –
"There is no arbiter between us, who will place his hand on both of us."
"No arbiter is between us To lay his hand on us both."
In Book I Chapter 14 of Sefer HaIkarim R. Joseph Albo explains that (contra Maimonides) not praying to anyone or anything other than God is not to be counted as a fundamental or derivative principle of the religion precisely because there are specific verses in the Bible that forbid it:
The truth of the matter is that none of the commandments of the Torah ...