So, most of you probably know what I'm talking about when I say the horn sign. Personally, I think it's a sign of satan, or a salute to him. When I was younger, I always thought it just meant rock on. Till about 10 years ago. Then recently I did a Google search on it. And it's said it was used to warn off evil spirits way back with Italy or something. And that somebody from the band Dio brought into the metal scene. Who claims it has nothing to do with worshiping satan. But we all know the devil is very tricky and deceitful. And metal was used to spread satanic stuff. Also means "I love you" in sign language. But even still, it just feels not right to even make that hand gesture. Maybe it's just a personal thing from seeing what lots of people use it for now days. I dunno, I just think it's weird to see a Christian person use it. It's like seeing someone that's against gangs throwin up gang signs. Why? Even that dude who's the head of the church of satan uses it. So I'm just wondering what some of yalls take on it is. You think it's just a harmless gesture that society has tried to take and add it's own meaning to it? Think it's a sign, salute, acknowledgment of satan? I'd like to know.