"I thought I might go back to Godric's Hollow. For me, it started there, all of it. I've just got a feeling I need to go there." - Harry Potter
The Eight of Cups is about leaving old or tiresome relationships, things, or places behind in order to make a change. In this situation, making a move away from familiar territory may be the best way to progress forward or achieve new insights.
After Harry's sixth year of school, he makes the decision to leave the familiar realm of Hogwarts and embark on a far-spread journey in order to accomplish the mission Dumbledore left him. The bold move leads Harry to a variety of locations and situations that teach him a great deal about his friends and himself, and ultimately helps him to reach the full maturity he needed to succeed in his task.
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