Derived from the "Elysian Fields" (Roman) and "Elysium" (Greek) in Greek Mythology referring to a Paradise where mortals related to the Gods, chosen by the Gods, the righteous and heroes would spend a blessed and happy life after death. Also a name given by a father to his daughter using the variant spelling Elicia. Written about by the poet Homer in the Odyssey; Virgil in Aeneid; and, William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night among others. Referred to in the movie Gladiator when Russell Crowe as Maximus declares "If you find yourself alone, riding in the green fields with the sun on your face, do not be troubled. For you are in Elysia, and you're already dead!" " Brothers, what we do in life echoes in eternity." The movie ends with Maximus running his hands through the wheat in the Elysian Fields as he goes to meet his wife and child who were taken from him.
Alpha: Have you been to Elysia?
Omega: I've seen Elysia, I know what Paradise is but I was made to leave.
Alpha: Maybe you are not chosen by the Gods and you are not righteous. Maybe you carried with you too many secrets and in Elysia there are no secrets only truth, honesty, loyalty, honor, valor, respect, altruism and ah yes...LOVE.