Pluto in Capricorn: Changing your relationship to the past

I posted some time ago about how Pluto’s transit into Capricorn seems to be turning our relationship to ageing (Capricorn) inside out (Pluto). It has been well noted that Capricorns seem to get younger as they get older.

This talk by 80s aerobics icon, Jane Fonda, seems to encapsulate that spirit as she enters the ‘third act’ of life. With her Capricorn ascendant and a late Sagittarius Sun (chart from Astrodatabank), Fonda is no stranger to Pluto transits in recent years.


Here, she talks about ‘changing our relationship to the past’ (so Pluto in Cap!). The Neptune-Mars transits, plus natal Saturn in Pisces, seem to be channelling the Plutonian drive for transformation into something more reflective and visionary:

It’s not having experiences that makes us wise. It’s reflecting on the experiences that we’ve had that makes us wise. … It helps us become what we might have been.

And don’t think that at age 74, she’s anywhere near giving up on working out. Here’s a video from 2010:

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