The Zodiac Calendar is a system that organizes time based on the twelve zodiac signs, each corresponding to a specific period of the year. It is a symbolic representation of the journey of the Sun through the celestial belt as observed from Earth. The Zodiac Calendar provides a framework for understanding personality traits, astrological influences, and cosmic energies associated with each zodiac sign.
The Zodiac Calendar begins with Aries, which is typically associated with the spring equinox, and ends with Pisces, linked to the winter season. Each zodiac sign occupies approximately 30 degrees of the celestial belt and corresponds to a particular date range.