''I wish that for every month, on the 13th, the people to whom I have revealed to will speak to all My children, to invite the world, and invite every person in the world today to lessen their own desires, putting their own interests above all else...
9:30 p.m., June 25, 2019, St. Theresa Church, Sugar Land, Texas, USA: Lucia Phan offers The Six Kowtows to God the Father, God the Son, God the Holy Spirit, the Body and Blood of Christ, the Five Holy Signs of Jesus, and the Heart of Immaculate Mother. The Eucharist was over her while a heavenly cloud covered her. That means Jesus Christ protected her while God the Father blessed her, as explained by the Holy Spirit.
Why Do We Kowtow?
“Kowtow” is a word used by Blessed Mother Mary in Her message on September 3, 2014. Mother knew a catastrophe would originate in China and spread to the whole world some time down the road; therefore She has prepared.
Kowtow describes the highest reverence. It is used to express worship of the Almighty Father, the Holy Father, the omnipotent God, the King of heaven and earth, the Creator of all visible and invisible materials; today many astrophysicists believe that for matter in general, invisible objects account for about 90% compared to 10% by visible objects. And there are several moving universes (multiverse) that are spinning and separating from each other faster than the speed of light.
“Multiverse” is a theory that is increasingly recognized by the astrophysics community.
Some hypotheses about the multiverse include the ability and the experimental means to verify and they have potential to observe.
Recently, a hole in space was discovered – its diameter is smaller than a straw, as astronomers around the world to observe. After a period of hard work and mapping, they claimed there were about 20 galaxies in it. Each was only as big as a mosquito's eye in a sphere the size of a pepper.
The universe in which we live is visible and accessible through a telescope; it is about 90 billion light-years long. However, this universe is very small, a tiny dust, or even nothing compared to the multiverse.
The multi-universe idea has arisen in many disciplines; mainly cosmology, quantum mechanics, and philosophy.
When the Kingdom of heaven used the word “Kowtow,” it was implicit for philosophy, science, and humanity to prostrate to the Almighty God who is the Creator of heaven and earth.
Kowtow, which is from “kau tau” in Cantonese, is the act of deep respect shown by prostration – in this case, kneeling and bowing so low as to have one's head touching the ground.
One of the reasons Blessed Mother Mary uses this verb is to convert the many millions of Chinese prostrate in front of idols or people such as Buddha, Confucius, Lao Tzu... Blessed Mother would like the Chinese to kowtow to Almighty God rather than to secular people.