explain the main theme of the play "fair is foul and foul is fair" in Macbeth play

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Equivocation is a motif that is used throughout the play. There is always a precarious balance between good and evil: winning and loosing that confounds Macbeth. The witches understand this and use it to mess with Macbeth's head and his fortunes.