Macbeth says, "stars, hide your fire, lit not light see my black and deep desires." What are macbeth's desires?

what did he mean?

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Macbeth tells the stars to "hide your fire, lit not light" because he does not want them to reveal his desire to usurp the throne. The success of this mission depends in part upon its secrecy.