* "The Book was believed harmless, because like calls to like—and only that which was Made can
speak those spells and summon its power."
Source: The Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J.Maas
I've searched the web and found below sentences. It seems like an idiom but still doesn't make any sense to me.
* “Like calls to like. I’d sense it when the Hummingbird entered the Unsea, but I’d been too afraid to embrace it." * “We say like calls to like, girl. But if the science is small enough, then we are like all things.” * "I always find one, no matter where I go. Like calls to like."
I've never come across it before, but I've just found this on a blog about 'Lovelifeworking' (whatever that is): "Like calls to like: This statement simply highlights the fact that people of the same characteristics tend to be attracted to each other."
I guess it's similar to 'birds of a feather flock together'.