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Macbeths supernatural scenes explained In todays rational and scientifically explainable world it would be hard for us to believe in supernatural intervention in our every day lives unlike during the times of the Shakespearean plays In Shakespeares Macbeth there are three examples of this kind of thing one with the witches one with a ghost of a best friend and one with the a few apparitions In the first nonrational scene three old dirty hags witches are discussing where they should meet Macbeth to persuade him into thinking he should be the nest king When Macbeth finally meets the three witches on the heath like they had planed him and his best friend Banquo are there The witches know form years of experience that people that are Thanes always want to be king some day no matter what it takes With the witches knowing this they make Macbeth think that he is to be king or made king by saying All hail Macbeth thou shalt be king hereafterI iii 50 Therefor most of what the witches say they know because the have many years of experience and wisdom under their sleeves Banquo knowing what the witches had said has to be dealt with by Macbeth So Macbeth hires a hit man to take care of Banquo and at Macbeths dinner party all the seats are filled except for Banquos Macbeth feeling guilty about his best friend starts to hallucinate and thinks he is seeing Banquos ghost in his seat So Macbeth says to everyone The table is fullIIIiv46 and everyone thinks he is physco Macbeth starts talking to the so called ghost that he thinks is sitting there saying Thou canst say I did itIIIiv50 With Macbeth saying this it lets everyone know about the guilt that Macbeth feels and some of the other people know the crime he has committed as well In the last witch scene Macbeth wants to
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