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The hope

“Hope is the other side of death.”
—Jean-Paul Filion,The Walls of Montreal


The name of this card is called “l’espérance” in French. It can be translated as “the hope” in English. If you notice any translation errors in this article, please let us know for our entire community. You can leave your comment at the bottom of this page.

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Hope calls upon an inner force which is a driving force. Like this boat which is leaving and which we will probably never see again, the woman present in this arcana hopes. She mobilizes her energy in order to one day see this boat again. She fights against the idea that this boat will not return. Hope is a struggle, a fight to face negative ideas. Hope is is the positive energy within ourselves for a better world. Hope is striving towards a better future. It is opposing melancholy, sadness, but be careful, hope can take us to the realm of illusions . Hope appeals to a better world, sometimes fantasized, to escape a dark reality. Hope is faith in the broad sense. To have faith is to be on a quest. When there is no more hope, everything is over. There is no more life, faith is slipping away.

To lose hope is to lose the driving energy within us. To find hope and faith, we must anchor ourselves again. To be grounded, like this woman, is to come out of our emotions to bring us back to reason. We reason, we find other paths and we hope that this one will be the right one. If hope is part of life, it also limits it. We call this “life expectancy”. This is a question that concerns each of us. We all seek to live a long, healthy and healthy life. The representation of a woman with an anchor at her feet and a boat moving towards the horizon is a complex symbol, but one that can evokethe idea of ​​navigation in life and perseverance in the face of challenges. challenges.The woman with the anchor at her feet can represent the stability and solidity that we must possess to be able to navigate the sometimes choppy waters of life. This anchor symbolizes grounding, inner strength and resilience. We need these qualities to face the challenges of life,to not be swept away by the storms that may arise on our path.The boat that sets off towards the horizon can represent the future , the unknown and adventure.We don’t know what we will find on our path, but we are ready to sail, take risks and explore new horizons. The fact that the boat is moving away can also denote the detachment necessary to move forward, not to cling to the past, but to move towards new opportunities.

Together, the woman, the anchor and the boat remind us that life expectancy is a matter of perseverance, courage and determination. We must be able to adapt to changes, to to pick up after failures, to navigate through difficulties and to continue moving forward, even when the horizon seems distant.Life expectancy is not just a question of duration, but of quality. It is important to cultivate meaningful relationships, find meaning in our existence and engage in activities that we are passionate about. We must also take care of our health, physical and mental, to be able to navigate the waters of life with strength and determination. Toxic relationships poison hope and reduce it.Finally, the representation of the woman with the anchor and the boat moving towards the horizon is a powerful symbol of life expectancy. We must be willing to navigate the waters of life, persevere in the face of challenges, and embrace the unknown with courage and determination.

Card 72 - The hope

Carte arcane de l'espérance de l'oracle de Marseille




To escape






Better future


Toxic relationships


Mental Health

Physical health


Realm of illusions



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