The Latin word for "left" is "sinister," but also meaning: Improper, adverse, inauspicious (Inauspicious: Boding ill, ill-omened, unfavorable.) unpropitious (Unpropitious: Not favorably inclined, not able to forgive.) unfavorable, harmful, awkward, forward -- future/further having yet to be owed. Which could also go into why evil "nuns" used to force children to write with their right hands even if they were left handed.
Not only was left-handedness seen as a mark of the devil, of satan, that old serpent, but also as a sign of neurosis, rebellion, and criminal activities. Furthermore, the word 'left' in English comes from the Anglo-Saxon word “lyft,” meaning "broken or weak".
Many historical texts regarding witchcraft practiced throughout Europe describes the left hand was the one witches used to cast spells and inflict harm on others. Additionally, all that a witch had to do supposedly was to simply touch someone with their left hand to curse them.
Left handed -- sinister, the 'pope' the man of sin -- NOTICE ABOUT 20 SECONDS INTO THE VIDEO THE "POPE" SHAKES HANDS WITH HIS LEFT HAND -- BOTH ROMAN CATHOLICS VICE PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN AND JOHN BOEHNER, 53rd Speaker of the United States House of Representatives from 2011 to 2015, DON'T FLINCH AND SHAKE HANDS LEFT HANDEDED. NOTICE: Biden gives a second quick left-handed Masonic hand shake . . .