Bill Whitcomb was born a typical child of the 20th century until contracting Semiotic fever, an imaginary disease characterized by oneirodynia, mythopoetic swelling, and hermeneutic convulsions, resulting in chronic obsession with symbols and language. Whitcomb is best known for his books on magical symbolism and practices, The Magician’s Companion and The Magician’s Reflection. A new edition of the The Magician’s Reflection and a new work, Selections From the Dream Manual, will be published by Immanion Press.
Above: Technoccult TV interview with Whitcomb on psychotronics
Above: cover art for the Immanion Press release of Magician’s Reflection