In the play "Macbeth", there were many interesting sections .
that could be concentrated on due to the suspense and the involvement .
of the supernatural. The use of the supernatural in the witches, the .
visions, the ghost, and the apparitions is a key element in making the .
concept of the play work and in making the play interesting. Looking .
through each Act and Scene of the play, it is noticed that the .
supernatural is definitely a major factor on the play's style.
The use of the supernatural occurs at the beginning of the play, .
with three witches predicting the fate of Macbeth. This gives the .
audience a clue to what the future holds for Macbeth. "When the .
battles lost and won" (Act I, Scene I, l.4) was said by the second .
witch. It says that every battle is lost by one side and won by .
another. Macbeth's fate is that he will win the battle, but will lose .
his time of victory for the battle of his soul.
After the prophecies of the witches' revealed the fate of .
Macbeth, the plan in which to gain power of the throne is brought up. .
The only way to gain power of the throne was for Macbeth to work his .
way to the throne, or to murder King Duncan. Murdering the king was .
an easier plan since the motivation in his dreams urged him on. Lady .
Macbeth also relied on the supernatural by her soliloquy of calling .
upon the evil spirits to give her the power to plot the murder of .
Duncan without any remorse or conscience (Act I, Scene V, ll.42-57). .
The three sisters are capable of leading people into danger resulting .
in death, such as the sailor who never slept (Act I, Scene III, .
Lady Macbeth has convinced her husband Macbeth to murder King .
Duncan. On the night they planned to kill Duncan, Macbeth is waiting .
for Lady Macbeth to ring the signal bell to go up the stairs to .
Duncan's chamber. He sees the vision of the floating dagger. The .
interest of the dagger is that it leads Macbeth towards the chamber by .