- n. A form of government where the real leaders are hidden, or merely unknown.
- From Ancient Greek κρυπτός, from kryptós ("hidden") +κραττείν ("to rule") (Wiktionary)
“I hope that all readers will join me in a boycott of the BigBrotherCompany until such time as they admit their part in the cryptocracy which keeps much of the so-called “free world” in chains!”
“A Freedom of Information Act in South Africa will go a long way towards making a clean break with the culture of cryptocracy, overnment by secret society, that is so deeply embedded in this country," he said.”
“An interpretation of its rich symbolism reveals to the viewers timeless esoteric truths as well as coded references to today's occult cryptocracy.”
“It is a spirituality that has been highly favored by the cryptocracy and a way to acclimate society to the desired futures proposed by the elite.”
“Symbology dates back farther than the Tower of Babylon, though most believe this was an inciting factor in today's cryptocracy.”
“The sheer doublethink involved in the whole bizarre cryptocracy is such that they must sprain their brains every morning upon waking, which explains some of the eedjuts they’ve elected.”
Looking for tweets for cryptocracy.