WHO said: "thou play'dst most foully for't: yet it was said/ it should not stand in thy posterity,/ but that myself should be the root and father/ of many kings. if there come truth from them (rest in details)

..."/as upon thee, macbeth, their speeches shine/ why, by the verities on thee made good,/ may they not be oracles as well,/ and set me u in hope?" WHO said and WHAT does it

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Banquo says this. He implies that Macbeth had something to do with King Duncan's murder. He also wonders whether the witch's prophesies about him will come true. They had told Banquo that his sons will become kings.