Tob-tob governs all things. This is the Great Spirit. Tob-tob is all kinds of good spirits. It is four-times-four. The four of each kind of spirits. Tob-tob is the language of the shamans. -- Lone Bear (1829-1896)
Actually, now that I have looked at it again, I think that this image is incorrectly drawn. The lodge entrance seems to be shown at the west, but, "eh-tki-ya (it looks facing toward the east) thi-yo-pa (the entrance of the lodge)" should be on the east side, the side marked yellow. The sacred altar (oh-wan-ka) is where wi (Sun) is, at the back, to the right of the entrance of the thi (lodge) at the cha-tku (the place of honor at the back of the lodge). The west is black, the direction from which wa-kin-yan (Sacred One) comes, "ma-rpi-ya (clouds) mi-me-ya (in a circle)"