The secret of presenting the left foot over the right in all the statues of the ancient Egyptians

Egyptologists have worked hard to explain the position of the left leg in the statues. All statues, or 99% of the statues of the ancient Egyptians, look to meet the man from the north. It is the one looking up, which sparked the thinking of the Egyptologists who said, perhaps because the left foot is progressing with reservations for the human being to balance it. Therefore the statue will not fall, but the view is not. It is very logical because they accepted that the right foot should be presented so that the statue would keep its balance in one of them. He said, “The left foot does not advance because it is closest to the west and the west in the Egyptian thought. It means the place where the sun of life sets, that is, the city of the dead and the seat of eternity, in a clear indication, that every human being will die and will move from this worldly life to the northeastern horizon.” Heaven has an Egyptian philosophy that indicates intense contemplation and the pursuit of the interpretation of material things and what is beyond materialism
Among the other opinions expressed on this topic:
1- The left foot is presented because the sculptor was carving with the right, and therefore it will be easier for him to advance the left and delay the right.
2- The left foot is the beginning of the Egyptian military step since the beginning of history
It is known that the first army in history was the Egyptian army, and it was the one who established the military principles of the whole world.
3- Another opinion is that the runners in sprint races introduce the left foot, take an inhale, and run and exhale with the introduction of Yemen. The reason is that the inhale nourishes all the muscles with oxygen and fills the lungs simultaneously. The left foot and the exhalation are appropriate with the right foot so that the lung is silvery, so there is no problem with pressure on the liver. Therefore it is possible that this is the view of the ancient Egyptian and implemented in his statues. Perhaps these are all the opinions that were transferred.