Looks like a good read, Hellrat. Let me know if it's worth going out of one's way to buy, if you could! I am very much interested in Aleister Crowley.
...so, I finished reading "Book One - The Universe Next Door" of RAW's Schrodinger's Cat Trilogy and Jeeezus Christ it is (without doubt) the oddest, most perverse, and wackiest science-fiction story I have ever read. Featuring a parallel universe known as Unistat (parallel to the U.S. that is), there is a terrorist organization known as POE (Purity of Essence) that plants nuclear bombs throughout 500 locations in Unistat, there is a prankster midgit who gets his revenge on any organization that works with "averages", a radical feminist, an eccentric millionaire named W. Clement Cotex who leads a conspiracy-enthused society, Hassan I Sabbah X (aka Franklin Delano Roosevelt Stuart), crooked drug-dealing cops, paranoid schizophrenics who's bodies have been exchanged with leaders of government (talk about political satire!), and Frank Dashwood, a scientist who (intensely, accurately, and "very professionally") studies woman's orgasms. Plus much more.
And I thought Kurt Vonnegut was weird. Anyway, looking forward to book two...