Proponents of the New Age movement encourage striving to reach one’s full potential through a mixture of concepts and practices drawn from Eastern mysticism, Hinduism, Buddhism, metaphysics, naturalism, astrology, occultism, science fiction, and most importantly, Satanism. In its various forms, New Age spirituality is both monistic (believing that all reality is ultimately one) and pantheistic (believing that everything is divine). Unlike organized religions, New Age spirituality has no founding figure, structured leadership, official headquarters, or authoritative writings that are accepted by all proponents. However, that’s meant to change with the coming of the Antichrist. New Age spirituality has held considerable social sway over Western culture over the past three decades as an estimated one in three Americans accepts various elements of New Age ideology.