At the Disinfo Web site, Thad McCracken, a "psychedelic writer, musician, visual artist, filmmaker, Occultist, and pug enthusiast based out of Seattle," publishes a piece "Praise Be To Bob: My Favorite Robert Anton Wilson Concepts."
Thad explains that he began re-reading Robert Anton Wilson after an "alien contact" in 2010 which carried the message, “We are the beings from the Sirius Star System who were communicating with Robert Anton Wilson." It's not wise to ignore such messages, so Thad has been reading RAW and trying to decide which of his concepts make sense to him.
Thad has no shortage of controversial and interesting opinions. Here he is on the state of magick in 2016: "Maybe the Occult vibe was different back in the late 60’s/early 70’s. I honestly don’t know. What I do know is that most of what passes for magick these days is some dark uber douche goth crap that I want exactly nothing to do with. Lord, if I unintentionally lead anyone to believe that the Occult is somehow cool with my writing, I want to formally apologize. Holy crap is it lame. Cool in theory, painfully embarrassing in execution. Religion’s slander campaign won and it really ends up being a bunch of cosplay 'I want to be in a horror movie' creepiness more than anything else. "
And he says Aleister Crowley is a "total fraud." There's a link that goes into detail about his opinion on that.
Thad writes that "Wilson’s work is almost like a Rorschach test in a way. There’s so much intel there that people pick up on vastly different aspects of it. " That seems correct to me.