The Mayan calendar is not so much incorrect as misunderstood. The calendar is derived from calendars and plotting methods left behind by the hominoid visitors from the 12th Planet. There are and were many calendars in operation, the western calendar of 365 days with an occasional leap year is only one such method. Dates, when plotted according to one calendar method, do not always line up exactly when translated to another calendar. However, the primary difficulty in interpreting the Mayan calendar is determining the correct starting point. One may be accurate in calculating the number of days, months, and years between events, but unless the starting point is precisely known, the end point is questionable. Thus there are various interpretations on when the Mayan calendar ends, albeit this rather obviously coincides with the coming millennium. We have given the correct dates for the return of the 12th Planet as the year 2003 [Note: see 2003 Date explanation] for the devastating first pass. All other dates are incorrect.