In his book "Notes on the miasms" Dr.P.S.Ortega claims that "for genuine harmony to reign between two persons, their relationship should be established on miasmatic coincidences, continuities or discontinuities".
He designates the miasms by numbers: 1 for psora, 2 for sycosis and 3 for syphilis.
Arguing that any relationship between people is realized tropism, he concludes, that it is logical that, "in the miasmatic realm, we are linked to those who correspond to us, and this correspondence will also be a function of miasmatic characteristics". He goes on saying that, "a psoric-sycotic-syphilitic subject (or 1-2-3) will, in theory, be perfectly complemented by another person represented miasmatically by the numbers 3-2-1, so that the characetristic modes of expression of the one can be fused with those of the other by virtue of continuity, of interlacting, within the overall need of analogy." A 1-2-3 subject merges perfectly with a 3-2-1 by fusion,the expression of their characetristic qualities forimng a sort of circle of complementarity and sucession whose outcome is a persistent harmonic movement.
Ortega proclaims the inevitability of a relationship between persons who have a facile and appropriate biological interconnection, and imagines each individual as a series of three links of which the first and last - being live elements - are ready to bind and adhere to others which are analogous. Thus, they pass through time and space seeking a ready and well-suited lodging withing the perpetual movement of life.
Being sceptical by myself - not about the approach in general but his opinion about when there is best compatibility - I would appreciate to hear other homeopath opinions about his perception.
Another point to discuss is his opinion that "while the best homeopathic treatment can attenuate the miasmatic burden, the mixture remains in the same form, in a more or less equivalent proportion. Only when the proportions are close to one another, then treatment can transform the second miasm into the dominant one and thus change the whole aspect of the patient."
This statement obviously includes the opinion that miasms aren't curable - contrary to other homeopath opinions.
What do you think, and what is your practical experience ?