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Prepare to be mindblown… Kishi’s subtle hints? (NaruSaku)

Ok, I know you will hate me for this, I know you will call this bullshit, I know you’ll call me crazy. I don’t care! 

But anyway, let’s start!

So, I’ve noticed this since Naruto in Kurama mode appeared, but I didn’t said anything before just because I know some fans would jump to my throat… However, after researching a bit, I came with some back-up to my claims. Behold! Lol.

As we all know, this is Naruto in Kurama mode costume.

Now, where have we exactly seen the filled round shape?

Ram, pam, pam…
Now, to make it a bit more clear…
Naruto Kurama mode, once again…

The Haruno symbol.

And once again Kurama mode Naruto…

Now, before calling me crazy or anything, let’s recall some things here and there about Sakura.

As we know, in the beginning when Kishimoto was explaining us the concept of chakra in his story, he showed us that it originates from the belly area.
And coincidence or not, the one to explaining this to Naruto is none other than Sakura.

So, basically he is saying that the inner strength (the chakra) comes from the belly area.
As well, later on, Kishi introduces the idea that true strength comes when you are protecting someone you care about (Kishi, are you trying to say that his strength is Sakura? ^^).
Remeber when Naruto fought Gaara, how Sakura was the source of his strength all throughout the fight?

If you’re saying to me that it’s not true, let us recall this:

You would say at this time, nah, it’s coincidence! But I wonder, is it…?
How come that when Itachi put Naruto in genjutsu, symbolically Sakura appears exactly from his belly?

I would say that this along with the fact that Sakura’s clan symbol is on his belly seems very intentional on Kishi’s part.
Also, symbolically yet again, Kushina’s seal has a similar appearance during Naruto’s birth.

Now, I know all NH fans will jump in my head, but let’s face it, Kushina is similar to Sakura so for once, please, just let your hatred go and let’s be rational.

Before saying it has nothing to do with it, it is a simple drawing, let’s not forget this: the markings of the Sage’s necklace near Naruto’s throat that reminds us of Itachi’s necklace and coincidentally or not, Itachi’s Susano’o as well as Madara’s happen to hold that necklace.


So, what do you guys think it might mean? Around here and there, I found that Sakura’s clan (?) symbol would mean something like a chinese symbol of the duality between heaven and earth and the connection between both.

Now, we know that in part 1, Iruka symbolically called Naruto (earth) and Sakura (heaven).

Also, funny enough… Naruto is a city, in Tokushima… Guess what symbol it has? The Uzumaki symbol within the Haruno circle…

Likewised, funny enough, there’s this food called Narutomaki (curiously enough, resembles Ramen).


Narutomaki (鳴門巻き/なると巻き?) or naruto (ナルト/なると?) is a type of kamaboko, or cured fish surimi produced in Japan. Each slice of naruto has a pink or red spiral pattern, which resembles the Naruto whirlpools in the Naruto Strait between Awaji Island and Shikoku in Japan.

Oh, about the belly thing, I recalled one more thing: in his fight over Kurama’s chakra, guess who was helping him and through what was the area highlighted when the battle took place? Yes, you’ve guessed it: the belly area.

Isn’t funny enough that before that, in Pein arc, as his seal was broken, Naruto’s Uzumaki symbol was breaking, transforming itself into a circle with that black hole inside, similar to the Haruno symbol?

So, what do you guys think?! Coincidence or not? We know Kishi doesn’t add things for nothing…

Do you know something more that could complete this enigma?

IN CONCLUSION FOR THOSE WHO DIDN’T UNDERSTAND:

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