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Macbeth! Macbeth! Macbeth! Beware Macduff. Beware Thane of Fife. Let go. Enough.
Then I don't need to kill Macduff. I have no reason to fear him. But even so, I'll make doudly sure.
Macbeth! Macbeth!Macbeth! Be violent, Bold and firm. Laugh at the power of other men, because nobody born from woman will ever harm Macbeth.
Be brave like the lion and proud. Don't even worry about who hates you, who resents you, and who conspires against you Macbeth will never be defeated until Birnam Wood marches to fight you at Dunsinane Hill.
When Macbeth returns to the weird sisters and demands a series of apparitions. The first apparition is told by a disembodied head of a warrior, who warns Macbeth of the danger Macduff will cause him.
The second apparition is told by a bloody child. He warns Macbeth that no man born of woman shall hurt him. Macbeth has great confidence that Macduff will not harm him, but Macduff was removed from his mother's womb (Macbeth does not know that).
The third apparition is told by a child wearing a crown while holding a tree. He tells Macbeth that until the Birnam Wood comes to Dunsinane Hill he will be left unarmed, Macbeth thinks this one will not come true because "who can impress the forest, bid the tree, unfix his earthbound root?"
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