Night speeds by, And we, Aeneas, lose it in lamenting. Here comes the place where cleaves our way in twain.
Thy road, the right, toward Pluto’s dwelling goes, And leads us to Elysium.
But the left Speeds sinful souls to doom, and is their path To Tartarus th‘ accurst.

— Virgil, Aeneid

Elysium | Valentin I. (2017)

Elysium or the Elysian Fields or Isle of The blessed is a conception of the afterlife that developed over time and was maintained by some Greek religious and philosophical sects and cults.

In Homer’s Odyssey, Elysium is described as a paradise.

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And they live untouched by sorrow in the islands of the blessed along the shore of deep-swirling Ocean,
happy heroes for whom the grain-giving earth bears honey-sweet fruit flourishing thrice a year,
far from the deathless gods, and Cronos rules over them.

— Hesiod, Works and Days