Macbeth analysis

In the quote "Look like the inncoent flower, but be the serpent under 't" (Act I, Scene V)

How does the quote connect to the overall story of macbeth, and whati is the mood of the quote?

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This quote has everything to do with appearances and action.... guilt and innocence. The mood of the quote is filled with vindiction and avarice.