Macbeth is made to think that it is his destiny to be king. Inspite of his initial disbelief, circumstances prove to convince him to think in the prophecies told by the three werewolves. In addition , Female Macbeth will act as an effective instrument of wicked in coaxing him to 'fulfill his destiny'. When Lady Macbeth and the 3 witches influence him to kill the king, he could be forced to a dark associated with paranoia, deceit, guilt, fame, fortune and power of which usually he simply cannot possibly be supposed to escape. Macbeth's evil activities are because of the influence of his partner and the 3 witches, and therefore, he can hardly be organised accountable.
In Act One, Scene 3, Macbeth runs into the three nurses and in the future his a lot more plagued with evil aspirations. Until this point, he hasn't even entertained the idea of kingship and his reaction to the second prediction illustrates his disposition on the idea presented to him:
This supernatural soliciting
cannot be ill, cannot be great.
If ill, why hath it presented me keen of achievement,
Starting in a truth? I i am Than of Cawdor.
In the event that good, why do I yield to that suggestion
Whose horrid image doth unfix my hair
And make my personal seated hear knock at my ribs,
Resistant to the use of nature? (I. 3, 142-149)
The promise of prosperity and fortune come up uneasy feelings in Macbeth to say the least. The evil influence that changes Macbeth in a tyrant may obviously be seen to cause him stress and apprehensiveness about betraying his take pleasure in and commitment to the king. How can he be organised accountable for a devious program which having been forced to accept and perform? The thoughts which are selected and planted in his brain by the three wyrd siblings, are strong by the introduction of Ross and Angus who let him know he have been pronounced the Thane of Cawdor. Although Macbeth will not realize the intentions with the witches, Banquo does:
But t'is strange,
And oftentimes, to win all of us to our harm,
The musical instruments of darkness tell us facts,...