Pages 247-280 of the Dell Edition; Pocket Books pages 203-231; about 80 percent of an ebook.
As I get further into this, it appears to be clear that we're in territory that Oz Fritz understands much better than I do. Nonetheless, I will press on and do my best.
"Ordinary people, are in a sense totally asleep and do not even know it; those who persist in asking the questions can be described as struggling towards wakefulness." Pages 267-268. All of Robert Anton Wilson's novels describe people engaged in trying to figure out what's going on.
"I prefer to call it Nothing -- since anything we say about it is finite and limited, whereas it is infinite and unlimited." Page 269.
This sounds like a description of the Buddhist conception of Nirvana. There are several descriptions of Nirvana in What the Buddha Taught by Walpola Rahula, here is one: "It is incorrect to say that Nirvana is negative or positive. The ideas of 'negative' and 'positive' are relative, and are within the realm of duality. These terms cannot be applied to Nirvana, Absolute Truth, which is beyond duality and relativity."
"he was even more afraid of appearing a public coward," Page 273. In the "Clerical Career Proposed" chapter of Cosmic Trigger Volume Two, RAW writes how he began to make friends at school after he bravely withstood a beating from a nun -- he was no longer a "teacher's pet."
"The first rule of our Magick is: never believe anything you hear and doubt most of what you see." Page 274. Compare with Robert Anton Wilson's quote, "Doubt lasts longer than faith and provokes thought rather than discouraging it." Source is this interview.