The White Witch, Jadis, plans on ending King Duncan's (Aslan) life from the use of her 3-headed dog. Wanting all of the power in the world and to become Queen of the land, she fails and ends up fleeing the country. Foreshadowing, Macbeth attempts the murder after the consultation with the witches, but actually is successful with the murder.
We wilt wend aft'r Duncan to secure our spot in royalty bef're Macbeth 'r any oth'r auth'rity coequal ken of the bethought. Thee at least ken the charm which the emper'r pack into narnia at the very beginning. Thee ken yond every trait'r belongs to me as mine own lawful prey and yond f'r every treachery i has't a right to kill.
Aye, i shall gath'r the oth'rs.
If 't be true thee achieve not this task, thee shall f'rev'r beest did turn to stone. But if 't be true thee succeed, thee shall f'rev'r live in mine own kingdom.
All Heads: "We shall not dissapoint thee."
No time for discussing or eating. I just need some rest. Goodnight and don't beest afraid of thee dark sir.
What an honor to see thee, Jadis! Thankyou for coming. Now come consume, what shalt we discuss?
Wend preform the deed ere darkness coat the earth.
One Head: "Aye, queen. Starting with the heart, and ending with the head."
Who is thither? Jadis?
One Head: "That gent is awake! I told thee to shut thy mouths. allow us run ere we art turned to stone. "
The sadness of some people. The only person hath left to trust is mine two sons .
** Jadis, the White Witch of Narnia flees the country**