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Shakespeare uses various symbols to develop themes. The theme 'supernatural,' has various animal symbols. A great example of this is before Duncan's arrival at the castle, Lady Macbeth says; "The raven himself is hoarse/ That croaks the fatal entrance of Duncan." The raven represents death and ill fate and the fact that it is at the castle just before Duncan is murdered is Shakespeare's way of saying there are supernatural forces playing roles in our lives.

Shakespeare uses various symbols to develop themes. The theme 'supernatural,' has various animal symbols. A great example of this is before Duncan's arrival at the castle, Lady Macbeth says; "The raven himself is hoarse/ That croaks the fatal entrance of Duncan." The raven represents death and ill fate and the fact that it is at the castle just before Duncan is murdered is Shakespeare's way of saying there are supernatural forces playing roles in our lives.

norse mythology - Bing Images

norse mythology - Bing Images

Alexandra V Bach - The Norns

Alexandra V Bach - The Norns

Hel - Goddess Of The Norse Underworld by ~xJessey on deviantART

Hel - Goddess Of The Norse Underworld by ~xJessey on deviantART

In norse mythology, the Norns are female beings who rule the destiny of gods and men.

In norse mythology, the Norns are female beings who rule the destiny of gods and men.

A beautiful, artistic depiction of Hel, goddess of the underworld.

A beautiful, artistic depiction of Hel, goddess of the underworld.

Njord

Njord

Hel Daughter of Loki

Hel Daughter of Loki

Baron Samedi, the strongest Loa in the pantheon of the Ghede -- The Dead. His duties, among others, include standing as the guardian of the gate between the dead and the living.

Baron Samedi, the strongest Loa in the pantheon of the Ghede -- The Dead. His duties, among others, include standing as the guardian of the gate between the dead and the living.

lilith

lilith