Aragonite Star Cluster
Check these AWESOME Aragonite Star Clusters....
They look like something from outer space!
Keywords: Acceptance, Centering, Conservation, Stability
Chakras: Root, Sacral, Solar Plexus
Zodiac Signs: Capricorn
Aragonite Healing Properties:
A crrystal of acceptance, centering and stability. Connected to the Earth Goddess, makes this crystal a powerful Earth healer with it's energies that will encourage us to protect our planet by gently encouraging and reminding us to conserve and recycle.
This crystal will also help us with clarity, giving us a clear view of the realities of a situation. Helping us to focus on the important matters, as well as aiding us with it's grounding and stabilising properties during stressfull times. Aragonite can also be a reminder of our strengths during difficult times, illuminating our capabilities.
Aragonite History and Uses:
Aragonite was named in 1790 after the Spanish province of Aragon, where it was first found. It is a popular glassy ornamental stone that can be found in layered, clustered or banded varieties. The shells of certain mollusks, such as abalone, are actually made of aragonite, which gives them a mother-of-pearl luster. Many fossil shells now composed of calcite were originally formed of aragonite, which is unstable in high pressures and temperatures. These fossils have usually lost their original pearly luster. Natural pearls are also mostly formed by aragonite which bonds with conchiolin, a process that takes 7 years to complete.
Aragonite Geological Description:
Aragonite occurs in the oxidized zones or ore deposits formed at hydro-thermal locations near the surface of the Earth, such as in hot springs, mineral veins, and forming as stalactites in caves. This is chemically identical to Calcite. Due to being orthorhombic shaped, crystals may come in a variety of structures; prismatic, twinned, columnar, stalactitic, radiating, fibrous, and/or hexagonal “Sputnik” or "Star" shaped. Aragonite also forms the skeleton of many marine organisms. Colour range includes gray, yellowish, green, blue, red, brown to white and colourless. Hardness is rated at 3.5-4 on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness. Aragonite is found in throughout Europe, Morocco, Japan, and in the USA – New Mexico and Arizona.
Due to this being a natural product, each Aragonite Star Cluster will vary slightly in shape, colour and size, making each one beautiful and unique in it's own right.
Seeing as I only have 5 of these, you can select exactly which one you want in the drop down menu, when you go to add to cart :)