How now, you secret, black, and midnight hags? What is ’t you do?
He has killed me, mother. Run away, I pray you!
In this scene, a feast is occurring, however Macbeth sees the Ghost of Banquo and expresses great amount of craziness. Leading for others to possibly believe that Macbeth is not fit for king or that he did the murders. This also displays the amount of guilt and stress that Macbeth has for the murders.
Tell thee, Macduff was from his mother’s womb, Untimely ripped.
The three witches and Hecate planned to mix up a magic spell which will make Macbeth be tricked with illusions and be fooled into thinking he is greater than death. So, the witches carried it out and the illusions Macbeth was told was to Beware of the Thane of Fife, nobody born from a woman will ever harm Macbeth, and that Macbeth will only be defeated if Birnam Wood marches to fight you at Dunsinane Hill. After this, the three witches show Banquo's never-ending lineage.
Hail, king! For so thou art. Behold where stands the usurper’s cursèd head.
In this scene, Macduff's family was killed by the murderers that Macbeth hired. He wanted to kill their family because Macduff betrayed him and went to England to get help. This signifies that Macbeth isn't a good king based off his actions.
In this scene, Macbeth and Macduff are at last fighting. Macduff had gathered everybody to attack Macbeth and free Scotland of the tyrant. They got branches from Birnam Wood to hide themselves all the way to Dunsinane Hill. This allowed for him to reach Macbeth, in order for him to try and avenge his family for the murder he caused.
At last, Macbeth was defeated and Malcom became king, and Scotland was restored.