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The first part of the theory is that of Divine Intervention - this being the easier of the two parts to explain This works off the idea that some manner of God or All-Powerful Force does actually exist Divine Intervention is therefore the notion that this God can manipulate the world either through direct or indirect action In the text and film for instance the Ghost comes as a messenger from this God motivating Hamlet to do its will This is both an example of direct divine intervention - in the appearance of the Ghost and indirect divine intervention - as the God uses Hamlet to carry out its deeds The second part of the concept is the Natural Order of the world This can be brought down to its base form as What is supposed to happen Unfortunately it isnt that simple The Natural Order exists always however is not always followed This breaking away from the Order is usually the result of Human Intervention developing one of two outcomes These are either the Natural Order is re-aligned or the world remains a corrupt and terrible place until such time as the first outcome is realised So the world is repaired or an unending loop of badness ensues until it is In the play the Order was broken when Claudius killed King Hamlet and from the opening lines the wrongness that lingers in the air is noted setting the mood for the remainder of the play tis bitter cold and I am sick at heart I18-9 said Francisco as he was relieved from watch-duty Also in the film these words are greatly aided in their purpose by the images of snow-covered Denmark Another line in the fourth act something is rotten in the state of Denmark I467 reaffirms this mood and goes further to place Franciscos sickness at heart down to a rottenness in Denmark Now how the world is realigned
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