Thank you for coming to find out about my Eidolons, and/or yours, and/or Bob's.
What is an eidelon? Since you are here, we assume you know how to use the www. So, it should not be necessary for us to tell you what an eidelon is. RTFM.
This is a website about discovery. It's also about revelation, awareness, knowledge and Schroedinger's kittens (some say Schroedinger's kitten, cat or cats).
What are Schroedinger's kittens? Since you are here, we assume you know how to use the www. So, it should not be necessary for us to tell you what Schroedinger's kittens (or kitten, cat or cats) are. RTFM.
An eidelon is very personal. Note that the word "personality" contains the word "personal".
Do you ever wonder why Schroedinger chose a kitten for his experiment, instead of a more typical lab animal such as a rat or mouse or tse-tse fly? Your eidelon may know. More likely Schroedinger's eidelon would know. But Schroedinger is dead. Does that mean his eidelons are dead, too? This website may explore that question, and others. Or not.
Sometimes, I'm pretty sure I've seen one of my eidelons. It may have been someone else's eidelon. I'd rather see mine, but it's still remarkable to see someone else's, since that is more rare than seeing one's own. I think. It's hard to tell with eidelons. The person seated next to you (if there is one) could be an eidelon, could be one of yours, could be someone else's, could be neither, could just be a human. You never know, and you never will, unless you happen to have the fortunate experience of an eidelon tapping you on the shoulder and saying, "Psssst, buddy, I'm your eidelon," or "Psssssst, buddy, I'm Bob's eidelon." You might not even know anybody named Bob and, yet, there's his eidelon!
All right, then. You get the picture. Here we go!