How did shakespeare show the consequences of disrupting natural order?

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When false order replaces order, Macbeth kills King Duncan, the Elizabethan universe is turned upside down. God's divine order has been disturbed and chaotic nature reflects this. Horses eat each other, a moussing owl kills a hawk, strange screams of death are heard in the air, and chimneys were blown down.