The Italian phrase “Mano Cornuta” means Horned Hand it is the sign of the Horned Devil waved for protection. Only the right hand is used. This sign is a very ancient superstition from Babylon that moved to Rome when the pontiffs moved to Rome around 150 BC. It is waved above the shoulder to ward off evil.
To ward off evil you most use your right hand and wave it.
In the pagan mysteries of the cults of Rome all the pagan orders used the “Mano Cornuta” sign as a protective “superstition” to ward off the the curse of the god of the “Evil Eye” The source were the gods from pagan Greece.
Here you can see the King Maker of the earth who is waving both hands with the trusted Mano Cornuta. He feels better now that the “Evil Eye” gods of Greece have fled.
Here the Pope, the Supreme Roman Pontiff waves the Familiar Devil Hand Sign!
For the real meaning of MANO CORNUTA click on this Wikipedia link
Cornuta also spelled cornicello, cornetti, cornuto can also be worn as a horn-shaped amulet.