The White Tomb. The Five of Cups/Hufflepuff is a painful card: it symbolizes loss, defeat, sorrow and regret. You may believe you have made a grave mistake, you may be grieving a loved one, you may be regretting a path not taken. But it is important to remember that out of change and loss comes growth, and change and loss are a necessary part of life. When Albus Dumbledore dies, the whole wizarding community is stunned and devastated, but perhaps none moreso than Harry, who witnessed the death (and who misunderstood it's circumstances at the time) and now, without his mentor, feels the entire weight of the fight against Voldemort heavy upon his shoulders. It is truly a major loss, but necessary to facilitate Harry's future growth, strength and independence.