What is the greatest source of disorder in Macbeth from Acts 1-3? How does it contribute to the work as a whole?

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The witches conjure up disorder as soon as they mess with Macbeth's mind. Elizabethan’s really believed that witches were evil. They also believed that God had placed kings like Duncan to rule the country. Once that delicate balance of the universe is disturbed, there is disorder. As Macbeth goes down the path towards killing the king, bad things begin to happen. The skies gets darker, the wind blows harder, and the animals get crazier. Things get really bad after Duncan is killed. Small birds kill large birds, horses eat each other, and chimneys are blown down. God is angry and the universe is in disorder. .