Fifth symbol of line 225:
On line 224, TAR-A-KA referred to the Queen's thirst (see the OP) where TAR has the meaning 'to cut'. On this line, it's referring to a birth. TAR takes on another related given meaning, 'to break' with A as 'water': her waters break, immediately followed by the symbol of the child.
In the context of the winter solstice, this is a birth or re-birth on or around December 21st. In the context of the romance between the Queen of Sheba and King Solomon, this must surely be Menelik.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 26-Feb-20 12:22 by MDaines.
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