People who are right handed, for the most part, proceed with their left foot first when they walk. Most Egyptians were right handed. It has to do with balance; right handers will swing their right arm foward when they start off to walk and for the sake of a balance stride, they counter the swing with with the left leg first. Get it? Nothing spooky about it (although I suspect that is what you are looking for).
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Hopefully CC is still following this thread. The real meaning behind the position of the statue is esoteric. The left side of your body is where the heart is. The Egyptians believed you stepped with the left foot to trod out evil so the heart could proceed. The FreeMasons, being based on the Egyptian Secret Schools adopted this. They then proceeded to influence the American Militia/Military "Left, Left, Left-Right-Left"