From cosmo- (“world, universe”) + -crat (“ruler”), originally (in the plural) seemingly in reference to demonic powers in Ephesians 6:12; later used as a variant of cosmocrator, translating Ancient Greek κοσμοκράτωρ (kosmokrátōr) in various ancient texts.
cosmocrat (plural cosmocrats)
- One who rules the world; an epithet for God or Satan.
- A prosperous globalist.
- Synonym: Master of the Universe
- For quotations using this term, see Citations:cosmocrat.