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"Afterlife: A Journey Beyond Time and Space" Step into the realm of the unknown, where mysteries unfold and souls find their eternal resting place

Background imageAfterlife Collection: Last Judgement, Novgorod Icon (tempera on wood)

Last Judgement, Novgorod Icon (tempera on wood)
3469089 Last Judgement, Novgorod Icon (tempera on wood) by Russian School (15th century); 162x115 cm; Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow

Background imageAfterlife Collection: Rose-ringed / ring-necked parakeets (Psittacula krameri) in flight on way to roost in an urban

Rose-ringed / ring-necked parakeets (Psittacula krameri) in flight on way to roost in an urban cemetery, London, UK. January

Background imageAfterlife Collection: The Chosen - Last Judgment

The Chosen - Last Judgment
Last Judgment by Fra Angelico. fifteenth century

Background imageAfterlife Collection: The Isle of the Dead, 1886 (oil on panel)

The Isle of the Dead, 1886 (oil on panel)
JHG176726 The Isle of the Dead, 1886 (oil on panel) by Bocklin, Arnold (1827-1901); 80x154 cm; Museum der Bildenden Kunste, Leipzig, Germany; Swiss, out of copyright

Background imageAfterlife Collection: The Dance of Death (fresco)

The Dance of Death (fresco)
BAL63057 The Dance of Death (fresco) by Kastav, Janez (fl.c.1490); Church of the Holy Trinity, Hrastovlje, Slovenia; out of copyright

Background imageAfterlife Collection: Papyrus from The Book of The Dead, Anubis during the weighing of the souls (psychostasy)

Papyrus from The Book of The Dead, Anubis during the weighing of the souls (psychostasy)
Egyptian civilization. Papyrus from The Book of The Dead : Anubi during the weighing of the souls (psychostasy)

Background imageAfterlife Collection: The Fumigation of Osiris, the Book of the Dead of Neb-Qued, Egyptian, 19th Dynasty

The Fumigation of Osiris, the Book of the Dead of Neb-Qued, Egyptian, 19th Dynasty. Found in the collection of the Louvre, Paris

Background imageAfterlife Collection: A garden pool: fragment of wall painting, Egyptian, 18th Dynasty, c1350 BC

A garden pool: fragment of wall painting, Egyptian, 18th Dynasty, c1350 BC. Tomb painting of a pool full of ducks, lotus flowers and tilapia fish; papyrus grows along the edge

Background imageAfterlife Collection: The Heavenly Choir

The Heavenly Choir, a scene from Dante Paradiso. Engraving from 1870. Engraving by Gustave Dore, Photo by D Walker

Background imageAfterlife Collection: The Judgment Scene - Anis heart being weighed in the balance (colour litho)

The Judgment Scene - Anis heart being weighed in the balance (colour litho)
3621124 The Judgment Scene - Anis heart being weighed in the balance (colour litho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageAfterlife Collection: Greek Tomb Painting, 5th century BC

Greek Tomb Painting, 5th century BC
Greek tomb painting: the diver symbolises the after-life, 5th century BC

Background imageAfterlife Collection: Scene from the Book of Amduat showing the journey to the Underworld

Scene from the Book of Amduat showing the journey to the Underworld
XIR226164 Scene from the Book of Amduat showing the journey to the Underworld, New Kingdom (wall painting) by Egyptian 18th Dynasty (c.1567-1320 BC); Tomb of Tuthmosis III, Valley of the Kings

Background imageAfterlife Collection: The Reunion of the Soul and the Body, pl. 13, illustration from The Grave, A

The Reunion of the Soul and the Body, pl. 13, illustration from The Grave, A
XYC290782 The Reunion of the Soul and the Body, pl.13, illustration from The Grave, A, Poem by William Blake (1757-1827), engraved by Luigi Schiavonetti (1765-1810), 1808 (etching) by Blake

Background imageAfterlife Collection: The Nun Scene in Act III. of 'Robert le Diable' at Her Majesty's Theatre, 1862

The Nun Scene in Act III. of "Robert le Diable" at Her Majesty's Theatre, 1862. Creator: Mason Jackson
The Nun Scene in Act III. of "Robert le Diable" at Her Majesty's Theatre, 1862. London stage production....the scene in the third act of this celebrated opera...in which the nuns buried

Background imageAfterlife Collection: Satan and Beelzebub

Satan and Beelzebub
" Satan and Beelzebub and scene from the Miltons Paradise Lost. Forthwith upright he rears from off the pool His mighty stature. Engraving from 1870

Background imageAfterlife Collection: Osiris, Egyptian god of the afterlife, wood engraving, published 1878

Osiris, Egyptian god of the afterlife, wood engraving, published 1878
Osiris - the Egyptian god of the afterlife, death, life, and resurrection. Woodcut engraving, published in 1878

Background imageAfterlife Collection: Necromancy: Edward Kelly, a magician, raising the Ghost of a Person lately deceased

Necromancy: Edward Kelly, a magician, raising the Ghost of a Person lately deceased
746859 Necromancy: Edward Kelly, a magician, raising the Ghost of a Person lately deceased, in the Church Yard of Walton-le-dale, Lancaster

Background imageAfterlife Collection: Minos

Minos
In Greek mythology, Minos was a mythical king of Crete, son of Zeus and Europa. After his death, Minos became a judge of the dead in Hades. Engraving from 1870

Background imageAfterlife Collection: Vision of the Empyrean

Vision of the Empyrean
" The vision of the Empyrean, a scene from Dantes Paradiso. Engraving from 1870. Engraving by Gustave Dore, Photo by D Walker."

Background imageAfterlife Collection: Mosaic on the domed ceiling of St Johns Baptistry, Florence (mosaic)

Mosaic on the domed ceiling of St Johns Baptistry, Florence (mosaic)
423889 Mosaic on the domed ceiling of St Johns Baptistry, Florence (mosaic) by Florentine School; (add.info.: Work on the mosaics probably spanned from the 13th to 14th centuries)

Background imageAfterlife Collection: The Resurrection of Christ, illustration from Festkalender

The Resurrection of Christ, illustration from Festkalender
AFC215875 The Resurrection of Christ, illustration from Festkalender published in Leipzig c.1910 (colour litho) by Thoma, Hans (1839-1924); Private Collection; German, out of copyright

Background imageAfterlife Collection: The Wild Hunt of Odin, 1872 (oil on canvas)

The Wild Hunt of Odin, 1872 (oil on canvas)
3086601 The Wild Hunt of Odin, 1872 (oil on canvas) by Arbo, Peter Nicolai (1831-92); 166x240.5 cm; Nasjonalgalleriet, Oslo, Norway; Norwegian, out of copyright

Background imageAfterlife Collection: The Ascension, ca. 1593. Creator: Cornelis Bloemaert

The Ascension, ca. 1593. Creator: Cornelis Bloemaert
The Ascension, ca. 1593

Background imageAfterlife Collection: Osiris, egyptian god of the afterlife, wood enfraving, published 1881

Osiris, egyptian god of the afterlife, wood enfraving, published 1881
Osiris, egyptian god of the afterlife. Woodcut enfraving, published in 1881

Background imageAfterlife Collection: Fowling in the marshes: wall painting from the tomb of Nebamun, Thebes, Egypt, c1350 BC

Fowling in the marshes: wall painting from the tomb of Nebamun, Thebes, Egypt, c1350 BC
Fowling in the marshes: fragment of wall painting from the tomb of Nebamun (no. 10), Thebes, Egypt, 18th Dynasty, c1350 BC

Background imageAfterlife Collection: A boy paints a grave with lime during the annual Day of the Dead celebrations

A boy paints a grave with lime during the annual Day of the Dead celebrations, at a cemetery in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil November 2, 2017. REUTERS/Nacho Doce TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

Background imageAfterlife Collection: A man walks past closed shops as Palestinian political parties call for a general strike

A man walks past closed shops as Palestinian political parties call for a general strike protesting the visit of U.S. Vice President Mike Pence in Jerusalem and the U.S

Background imageAfterlife Collection: A man walks up a stairs at an entrance of an underway passage of a railway station at a

A man walks up a stairs at an entrance of an underway passage of a railway station at a shopping district in Tokyo July 11, 2011. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)

Background imageAfterlife Collection: Chinese families are seen at their family graves during the Qingming or grave sweeping

Chinese families are seen at their family graves during the Qingming or grave sweeping festival at a cemetery in Kuala Lumpur, April 4, 2015

Background imageAfterlife Collection: Crosses are seen placed at a memorial in memory of the victims killed in the shooting at

Crosses are seen placed at a memorial in memory of the victims killed in the shooting at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, Texas, U.S. November 7, 2017

Background imageAfterlife Collection: Woman walks along tombs at the municipal cemetery of San Salvador in Oviedo

Woman walks along tombs at the municipal cemetery of San Salvador in Oviedo
A woman walks along tombs at the municipal cemetery of San Salvador in Oviedo, northern Spain, October 30, 2017. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

Background imageAfterlife Collection: A man leaves a subway station in Sapporo

A man leaves a subway station in Sapporo, Japan September 22, 2019. Picture taken September 22, 2019. REUTERS/Edgar Su

Background imageAfterlife Collection: Egypt. Painted wooden stele. The deseased before Osiris

Egypt. Painted wooden stele. The deseased before Osiris
Egyptian Art. Painted wooden stele. The deseased before Osiris, Isis and Anubis. From Thebes. New Kingdom of Egypt (1550 BC-1977 BC). Egyptian Museum of Turin. Italy. Date:

Background imageAfterlife Collection: Guide to afterlife for Amunem-wija. Egypt

Guide to afterlife for Amunem-wija. Egypt
Guide to afterlife for Amunem-wija, chief of the domain. Papyrus. Third Intermediate Period. 21st Dynasty. 1075-946 BC. Thebes, Egypt. Neues Museum. Berlin. Germany

Background imageAfterlife Collection: Guide to the alterlife for Sesech. Egypt

Guide to the alterlife for Sesech. Egypt
Guide to the afterlife for Sesech, chief of the domain. Papyrus. New Kingdom. 20th Dynasty. 1190-1075 BC. Thebes, Egypt. Neues Museum. Berlin. Germany

Background imageAfterlife Collection: Ancient Egypt. Judgement of the Dead. Book of the Death. Fu

Ancient Egypt. Judgement of the Dead. Book of the Death. Funerary papyri. 3rd-1st BC. Egyptian Museum. Turin. Italy

Background imageAfterlife Collection: Bifrost or The Rainbow Bridge leading to the Afterlife

Bifrost or The Rainbow Bridge leading to the Afterlife
Bifrost - a burning rainbow bridge that reaches between Midgard (the world) and Asgard (the realm of the gods) in Norse mythology. 1916

Background imageAfterlife Collection: 3670897

3670897

Background imageAfterlife Collection: Jesus raising Lazarus from his tomb, 1865-66 (engraving)

Jesus raising Lazarus from his tomb, 1865-66 (engraving)
536428 Jesus raising Lazarus from his tomb, 1865-66 (engraving) by Dore, Gustave (1832-83); (add.info.: John 2:43 From Gustave Dore illustrated Bible 1865-1866)

Background imageAfterlife Collection: Study for The Vale of Rest (w/c, gouache & gum arabic on paper)

Study for The Vale of Rest (w/c, gouache & gum arabic on paper)
5890678 Study for The Vale of Rest (w/c, gouache & gum arabic on paper) by Millais, John Everett (1829-96); 13.3x20.9 cm; Manchester Art Gallery, UK; (add.info.: Graveyard scene at twilight)

Background imageAfterlife Collection: William Blake's Room, 1882 (oil on canvas)

William Blake's Room, 1882 (oil on canvas)
5043056 William Blake's Room, 1882 (oil on canvas) by Shields, Frederic James (1833-1911); 30.5x39.5 cm; Manchester Art Gallery, UK; (add.info.: A bedroom interior)

Background imageAfterlife Collection: Tsekhons book of the dead, detail, the weighing of souls (psychostasis), -664 to -332 (papyrus)

Tsekhons book of the dead, detail, the weighing of souls (psychostasis), -664 to -332 (papyrus)
885865 Tsekhons book of the dead, detail, the weighing of souls (psychostasis), -664 to -332 (papyrus) by Egyptian; Egyptian Museum, Turin, Italy; (add.info.: Anubis, god of funerary rites, Osiris)

Background imageAfterlife Collection: The Little Resurrection of Lazarus, 1642 (Etching)

The Little Resurrection of Lazarus, 1642 (Etching)
7393417 The Little Resurrection of Lazarus, 1642 (Etching) by Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn (1606-69); 15, 7 x 12, 1 cm; Fondation Glenat, Grenoble, France; © Fonds Glenat

Background imageAfterlife Collection: The Pilgrims of Emmaus, 1654 (Etching)

The Pilgrims of Emmaus, 1654 (Etching)
7393368 The Pilgrims of Emmaus, 1654 (Etching) by Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn (1606-69); 21 x 15, 8 cm; Fondation Glenat, Grenoble, France; © Fonds Glenat

Background imageAfterlife Collection: 885834

885834

Background imageAfterlife Collection: The Byzantine Fresco from the 15th century (detail) Lazarus resurrection Wall painting Michael

The Byzantine Fresco from the 15th century (detail) Lazarus resurrection Wall painting Michael Archangel Chapel
FBU4246384 The Byzantine Fresco from the 15th century (detail) Lazarus resurrection Wall painting Michael Archangel Chapel, Galata village Cyprus Painted churches UNESCO site Troodos



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"Afterlife: A Journey Beyond Time and Space" Step into the realm of the unknown, where mysteries unfold and souls find their eternal resting place. The concept has fascinated humanity for centuries, transcending cultures and civilizations. From the Last Judgement to ancient Egyptian beliefs, we explore the diverse interpretations that have shaped our understanding. In Novgorod Icon's tempera on wood masterpiece, a vivid portrayal of the Last Judgement captures our attention. The intricate details depict souls awaiting their fate as they face divine judgment. This timeless artwork reminds us of life's transient nature and the significance of our actions. Amidst bustling London streets lies an urban cemetery, where ring-necked parakeets gracefully soar towards their roosts. In this unexpected juxtaposition between life and death, these vibrant birds symbolize hope amidst sorrow – a reminder that even in darkness, beauty can flourish. The Chosen - Last Judgment painting transports us to a celestial realm where angels guide souls towards salvation or damnation. With its ethereal aura and profound symbolism, it prompts contemplation about life's purpose and what awaits beyond mortal existence. Ancient Egyptians believed in Osiris' power to grant immortality through rituals like "The Fumigation. " Neb-Qued's Book of the Dead reveals their meticulous preparations for journeying into eternity – an enchanting glimpse into their belief system. A fragment from an 18th Dynasty wall painting unveils a serene garden pool – an oasis representing renewal and rebirth in Egyptian mythology. As water ripples gently beneath lotus flowers, it signifies purification before embarking on one's spiritual voyage. "The Dance of Death" fresco serves as a haunting reminder that mortality unites all beings regardless of status or wealth. Each figure dances with skeletal personifications reminding us that death is inevitable but also encourages embracing every moment with vitality. Anubis presides over psychostasy in The Book of the Dead's papyrus, weighing souls to determine their fate.