The author of the seminal book "The Outsider" who described the feeling of having been "imported from an alien world" into a hostile and completely incompatible social structure. Wrote extensively on the feeling that "one's own kind had somehow moved elsewhere and left you in the company of strangers with whom you will never find common cause."
Notice in the photo on Wikipedia the classic curious wave in the hair and natural cowlicks. This man looks like he could be related to me. His eye sockets retreat dramatically on both sides. Observe something in his expression and gaze that tell us this person is very unlikely to want to hurt or exploit us, rather he wants to speak with us, to share ideas with us. We know instinctively how to recognize such people even if we don't know the names of the species involved ... or at least didn't know until recently.
If you read the Wikipedia entry, you will see that despite never advocating any kind of political change he was labeled a "fascist" by crazy R-type Cro-Magnons because he seemed obsessed with laws, principles of behaviour and defining what was the best conduct for men to most benefit one another. Lots of people were disappointed in Colin Wilson after his literary debut when he began to write mostly on things that interested him that were at the periphery of ordinary consciousness, piercing some kind of veil inside our minds that appears to be designed to keep us from discovering the truth about ourselves.
Interview with the New York Times. The melonheads hate this guy because he's a troublemaking rodeo clown going around trying to stir their slave classes to ideas and ambitions they are not entitled to have. Their lot in life is to serve and this critter is putting notions into their heads of their own innate dignity and the all-around goodness of existence. Dangerous men, these children of Enkidu.
100% Amud, strongly somatotyped. Look at face carefully to see resemblance to Von Braun. The Amud females were essentially cloning their males with sexual selection. They must have liked the mix they got genetically after a million years of polishing it.