Beyond its farther edge the Alppain glow burned blue just over the horizon.
“But that terrible blue glare on the opposite side is exactly like the eye of fate. It accuses us, and demands what we have made of our life, which is no more. At the same time, it is grand and joyful…”
– A Voyage to Arcturus
Here the character says the blue glare of Alppain “demands what we have made of our life, which is no more.” I do not quite understand this sentence. Here demand may mean "ask, inquire", and make of may mean "understand, interpret". But even if these are partly clear, I cannot figure out the relative clause which is no more.
What does this sentence actually mean? Can someone paraphrase it for me?