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Thesis: Deception, seduction, and vision are a lethal combination. Shakespeare's Macbeth establishes this concept early on. Ambition is your motivational thrust which most often gives momentum as you attempts to achieve success. But, without the occasional tune-up, Macbeth demonstrates how unchecked ambition could easily become a speeding, out-of-control, vehicle that finally leads to destruction. In Macbeth, Shakespeare places the topics of attraction, ambition, and disturbance amid a correlating backdrop, whether you're giving chase on a battle, standing in foul weather, or seeing apparitions of bloody daggers we feel danger out of the opening act. The play starts with ominous weather where three witches are discussing whether they need to match in the midst of rain, thunder, or lightning the next time they collect, yet they're standing on a heath in threatening weather since they speak. You are aware that the strategies, discussion, or events that are about to unfold aren't good as soon as the skies are excruciating, and monsters are willing to risk their own presence and lure the gods by entering a storm into plot their own deeds. It brings to mind that the Bible verse "Men love darkness rather than the light because their deeds are evil" John 3:19. The implication is the great deeds can be performed in the open, at the light of day, they can be broadcasted, whereas evil deeds must stay plain, intended under the cover of darkness in undisclosed places, so as to go ashore and strategies unspoiled. The 3 witches agree to meet again "If the battle is lost and won / which will be ere the set of sun." (1.1. 4 & 5). First, we've got menacing, ill-omened weather and today ambiguit...