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Mayan painted clay statue from the Tik'al archaeological site. Figure of a God from the burial site of Yax Nuun Ayiin I.

Tezcatlipoca - The Mirror That Smokes Anxiety and trouble follow in his wake. He is also known as Titlacahuan, "He Whose Slaves We Are." He was the warrior god of the north and the god of sin and misery with an obsidian knife. In Toltec mythology he was the adversary of his brother Quetzalcoatl.

Who says that these civilizations weren't intelligent, not to mention, advanced? We have these amazing remnants.