Anyone want to talk about Mesoamerican mythos, specifically the group of Huitzilopochtli/Tlaloc, Xipe Totec/Tonatiuh, Tezcatlipoca, and Quetzelcoatl? Here's a thumbnail of each: Direction, color, etc. (Yellow was the color of sacrifice in Mesoamerica.) Huitzilopochtli/Tlaloc blue west or south (sun, war, hunting, nobility, unvanquishable by the night gods, also controls rain and thunder, floods, frosts, lightening.) Xipe Totec/Tonatiuh red east (goldsmiths, jewelers, pulque, springtime and renewal, 'he who drinks at night,' dresses up in flayed skins) Tezcatlipoca black north ('Smoking Mirror,' night god, omnipotent and omnipresent, can assume any shape. Patron of hiwaymen, sorcerers, and mysterious goings-on. Avenger of secret sin, punisher of crime, can bring good or evil, but often takes offence and becomes destuctive as a result. Enemy of Quetzelcoatl and Huitzilopochtli.) Quetzelcoatl white west (inventor/teacher, among other things) The Mesoamerican ball game symbolized the struggle between Quetzelcoatl and Tezcatlipoca. More here.