Image: Deer Dance, San Juan Pueblo, N.M. Photo copyright 1989 by Michael F. Brown.
Photo taken with permission of pueblo authorities.
New Age Fraud and Plastic Shamans website. " This site and forum is for those concerned about the fraud, deceit, money hunger, sexual abuse, racism, control, hunger for power and ego, and cult-like tendencies of the New Age movement and pseudo "shamans."
An incredible 45-minute video talk by Jerónimo Muñoz about the crass commercialization of Latin American shamanism, given at the 3rd Amazonian Shamanism Conference, Iquitos, 2007. Posted here 10 December 2007.
"The selling of Indian culture," from website of the Dakota-Lakota-Nakota Human Rights Advocacy Coalition. Contains many links to related sites, with emphasis on Plains Indian tribes.

Denunciations of Marlo Morgan's Mutant Message Down Under by Dumbartung Aboriginal Corporation, Western Australia

List of New Age websites offensive to Native American leaders, from A Line in the Sand website
Link to information about Susan's Smith's 1994 documentary Sweating Indian Style.
Blue Morpho Tours website, with information on "shamanic tours" to the Peruvian and Brazilian Amazon
Michael Brown's article "Cultural Records in Question: Information and its Moral Dilemmas," 1998, full-text (pdf)
"The Plastic Medicine People Circle," by Helene E. Hagan. Sonoma County Free Press. Article apparently dates to 1992.
Entry on "Plastic shaman" in Wikipedia.
"Quests for dollars," an article reprinted from the Navajo Times, September 5, 2002, about the rise of fake Indian ritual experts on the Internet.
Philip Jenkins, Dream Catchers: How Mainstream America Discovered Native Spirituality. (Oxford UP, 2004).
From New Age Retailer (with permission)"Selling the Sacred? American Indians and the New Age."  Article by Ray A. Hemachandra, Nov./Dec. 2003 (full-text pdf)