Aragonite is found in Spain, Mexico, Morocco, New Mexico and Arizona; it was first discovered in Aragon province, Spain, which is where the name was derived.
Aragonite increases energy, in particular it increases the energy of prayers and magic charms. It was used by the native peoples for masks, statuary and other objects. In the 15th century, Bernadino de Sahagun wrote of “iztec chalchihuitl”, a fine green and white translucent stone used for carving. In 1876, the stone was introduced to Europe, where it became very popular and sold for exorbitant prices. Near Pueblo, the natives still carve everything from crucifixes to stone fruit or paperweights from it. Pakistan onyx and alabaster are also Aragonite. The lovely lustrous nacre of pearls and the soft glowing mother of pearl are Aragonite formed by sea creatures from calcium in the water.
Metaphysically is it said to boost self-confidence and feelings of self-worth. Diminishes anger and relieving stress are other metaphysical . Aragonite is professed by mystical lore to be beneficial for chronic fatigue, hair loss.