This more than slightly barmy web page (The Faith of Britain) suggests a band of psychics and "healers", with a bit of help from the British public, will, for a two minute period, focus "positive energy towards achieving our hopes and aspirations".
The date and time chosen for this happening is 6th March, because:
March 6th has been chosen as Faith of Britain Day because March is a time of seeing light emerging from the darkness of Winter, therefore emphasising hope in an unsure world. Numerologically this date is symbolic because the 3rd month, the 6th day and the 9th year are all multiples of 3 which is about balance – which is what we strive to achieve as humans. The time, 11.00am is a master number, or a powerful 2 (1 + 1) which is the duality of the inner and outer self, encouraging us to look within to find solutions.
Thing is, not everyone hs this year as 2009 in their calendars, and let’s face it, not only is the calendar year 2009 not actually the ninth year, but it’s an entirely human construct. So all this bibble-babble about "the 6th day and the 9th year are all multiples of 3 which is about balance" can’t be much more than total tosh, it seems to me. And the mechanisms by which all this will happen are non-existant:
It is a proven scientific fact that thinking about something often causes it to happen. Some call this quantum physics. Others simply call it "faith." We ask that you open your mind to joining in with a unique psychic force that will change our lives through the power of thought.
A proven scientific fact, eh? Citation, please! And, no, it’s not called "quantum physics".
And what benefits will accrue for all this thought power? Apparently all our wishes will come true! Perhaps I should join in, for then (if this lot are correct), they, along with all the new age mystics, the homeopaths and other quacks, the creationists, and a myriad of other superstition-based folk will just wink out of existence.