Shakespeare uses the motif of supernatural forces to express how the force of the guilt Macbeth feels eventually leads to his final demolition in the play Macbeth.
Murdering the king was an easier plan since the motivation in his dreams urged him on. Supernatural forces mean beings and events that are beyond what can be explained by nature. The three witches predict what he is going to ask and produce the first apparition which is an armed head.
Lady Macbeth has convinced her husband Macbeth to murder King Duncan. Macbeth is at first wary of the prophetic messages from the three witches but upon hearing that he will be given the title of Thane of Cawdor, he is convinced that the throne is in his future.
In our society, we hear the occasional ghost stories or urban legends, hinting at an entanglement between our world and one more supernatural. The witches may be evil but their prophecies convey truth.
Although he may have lost his honor he still is having trouble enjoying the crown when he attained it by such vile circumstances. The supernatural is a component that William Shakespeare uses to evoke an essence of nefarious environment and to demonstrate the inability of humans to control their destiny They're not intended to be submitted as your own work, so we don't waste time removing every error.