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Topic: John Keely's
Laws of Harmony
Section: Reproduction by Union, Governing Laws
Table of Contents to this Topic
"Unions of opposed actions and reactions are possible only within certain limitations. When union does not take place there can be no reproduction.
Equal and opposite actions and reactions, when united, are satisfied in their unions and will remain united.
Stable unions will always reproduce true to species.
Unequal and opposite actions and reactions, when united, are unsatisfied in their unions and will always seek their true tonal mates.
(Unsatisfied unions are unstable unions.)
Unstable unions never reproduce true to species.
Unstable unions tend to return to their separate tonal states.
If either mate in an unstable union finds a more equal mate, it will always leave the former and go to the latter." page 28, TUO