1801, "a shade, a specter," from Greek eidolon "appearance, reflection in water or a mirror," later "mental image, apparition, phantom," also "material image, statue, image of a god, idol," from eidos "form, shape" (see -oid). By 1881 in English as "a likeness, an image."
1. Actually, the little eidolon is always belong in every one's heart.
2. After many years, that guy , the chaste eidolon, lives in the music nation, unfetteredly!