Confusion now hath made his masterpiece. Most sacrilegious murder hath broke open. The Lord’s anointed temple, and stole thence. The life o' th' building!
"Mean you his majesty?"
"The violent rage inspired by my love for Duncan caused me to act before I could think rationally and tell myself to pause."
Scene 4: Ross and an Old Man walk out of the castle and discuss all the weird events that have been happening recently leading up to Duncan's death. Macduff enters to explain that it has been decided that the guards that Macbeth killed were the murderers. He then says that Macbeth has been named king and went to Scone to be crowned.
"And something else strange happened. Duncan’s horses, which are beautiful and swift and the best of their breed, suddenly turned wild and broke out of their stalls."
"It’s unnatural, just like the murder that has been committed. Last Tuesday a falcon was circling high in the sky, and it was caught and killed by an ordinary owl that usually goes after mice."
"He is already named and gone to Scone To be invested."