Archie Fire Lame Deer or Tȟáȟča Hušté (1935-2001) was a Hollywood stuntman, a medicine man, and a lecturer of Lakota people religion. He grew up on the Rosebud Indian Reservation. With Richard Erdoes he wrote Gift of Power: the life and teachings of a Lakota medicine man. He is the son of John Fire Lame Deer.
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... On July 12, 1980, Lame Deer was in the process of conducting a vision quest ceremony for two men, one of whom, Ronald Delgado, was a diabetic ... Lame Deer was promptly denounced as a "known fraud" and a "twinkie" (New Age practitioner) by Native American activists and even by some white New Age groups ... Apparently charges against Lame Deer were never filed ...
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