It's the Annual "Nines" Prayer Again - This Monday
See this post from 2 years ago, where I discussed the special attributes of praying on the ninth year after Yovel, in the ninth month, in the ninth day and in the ninth hour, as mentioned by the Berit Menuha.
Last year, I was a bit more cautious and suggested people consult their rabbi before doing so as a fellow blogger considers it a possible Issur De'oraita (Biblical prohibition) to specifically pray at that time. I argued that point, but don't trust me on it - ask your rabbi to be sure.
The Bada"tz of the Edah Hahareidit is now having a prayer rally this coming Monday, the 9th of Kislev in the 9th hour of the day to beseech Hashem for mercy in the wake of tragedies such as the death of Gedolim, the bleak financial situation for Torah institutions, and to prevent certain countries legislating against Shehita and Mila.
One may be asking: if 2 years ago was 9 years after Yovel, how is this an annual event? It should only come once in 50 years? The only thing I can say is that perhaps since Yovel doesn't apply nowadays, each year is a Safeik (doubt) of being 9 years after Yovel. Maybe someone has a better answer.