For Aztecs, the original sun god was Tezcatlipoca, who was knocked out of the sky by Quetzalcoatl and turned him in to a tiger. Cited from Website: Kalpana killed: Earth Monster, Cipactli, Tezcatlipoca took four different forms and colors, representing the four directions. North was associated with the color black and was the spirit of black magic and witchcraft. South was represented by blue and the hummingbird. East was yellow and symbolic of the rising sun and maize. West was associated with the color red and represented the blood of sacrifice (Prescott 1970). http://www.plu.edu/~westgale/tezcatlipoca/home.html the night sky, the moon, and the stars, and associated with the forces of evil and destruction http://www.answers.com/topic/tezcatlipoca