Today’s post comes to us from Linda.
Something in the picture above seems ominous. Or perhaps omenous. But what does it mean? Wikipedia tells us:
The Romans, unlike the Greeks, considered that signs from the left were usually favorable and positive, while signs from the right were seen as adverse and negative. However, under Greek influence this procedure began to change and eventually lost its universal weight, meaning that each omen case was to be examined separately.
Left or right? Good or bad? Discuss.