I guess it is OK to share this on freerepublic, we are all trustworthy patriots that can keep our security concerns secret, and only among ourselves.
I developed a code that I think is unbreakable, I even tried it with a special operations radio operator and he could only roll his eyes when he was totally baffled by it’s complexity.
To use it, the first consonant (or consonant cluster) is moved to the end of the word and an ay is affixed (for example, computer yields omputercay or truancy yields uancytray). The objective is to conceal the meaning of the words from others not familiar with the rules.
With practice, skilled operators can use it to quickly share information, safe from the prying ears of the NSA, and others.
That’s a real thigh-slapper, Ansel.
I used to work as a crypto-linguist for NAVSECGRU and wrote histories for NSA. There isn’t an encryption that can’t be broken given enough time, effort and money!