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Before we jump into conclusion, were gonna have to explain what relationship do the Hyuuga have with the uchiha, senju and Uzumaki. As to Uchiha/Senju, it's not clear when or why the otsutsuki name died out. Possibly because of the connection to Kaguya. It seems that the "kekkei genkai" of the. Though knowing Naruto, if he knew of this relation and met Hashirama or Tobirama he'd So the Uzumaki and Senju clans are closely related.
So clearly anyone with the last name Uzumaki would have no direct relation to the Senju. The Uchiha had many clans under their control, and plenty of people migrated to Konoha after it was established.
Your family doesn't need to contain any ninjas for you to be a ninja. Kakashi and Hiruzen could very likely have been from other clans, especially since Sarutobi is actually considered a clan, and could've been one of the many under the Uchiha's control.
And if Kakashi was a senju, then he'd be able to use Izanagi. Everyone that isn't an Uchiha is not a Senju. It was not just the Senju and Uchiha. I'd like to know where it says the Uchiha had clans under their control. From what I've read, they were hired by others to fight against the Senju.
Sarutobi isn't considered a clan of the Hidden Leaf. If that was the case they'd have a reservation in the village.
As for Kakashi using Izanagi, the technique is mainly dedicatied to the Uchiha, but to unlock the full potential of the ability you'd have to have Senju DNA; which is how Madara and Danzo were able to do it. You make it seem as if I'm saying Hashirama is Kakashi's great great grandfather. In time, each became the leader of their respective clan, position that Hashirama tried to use to broker peace between them and finally achieve their childhood dreams.
Despite growing interest in peace amongst the Uchiha, Madara was reluctant, opting instead to have one last contest for supremacy against the Senju. Madara was moved by the gesture and agreed to peace. Their unified clans made a pact with the Land of Fire to create a hidden village within its borders, what would become Konohagakure.
Other clans settled in Konoha to share their peace and Konoha's model was adopted across the shinobi world. Madara interpreted this as the first step in the Senju's supremacy over the Uchiha, and for that reason left the village in protest. Hashirama had no intention of the Senju being left in charge and in fact believed it would be best if all Konoha's villagers, the Senju and Uchiha included, focused on Konoha's interests rather than their clan's.
Hashirama's brother became the Second Hokagehis grandaughter becomes the Fifth Hokageand all other Hokage have been part of a tree of student—teacher relationships that trace back to Hashirama. It isn't clear if the Senju still formally exist as a clan, as no living Konoha villagers are known to still bear the name.
Konoha Hiden suggests that they are no longer active, as Kiba Inuzuka only recognises the name from history classes. An optimist is neither naive, nor blind to the facts, nor in denial of grim reality. An optimist believes in the optimal usage of all options available, no matter how limited.
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As such, an optimist always sees the big picture. An optimist is simply a proactive realist. An idealist focuses only on the best aspects of all things; an optimist strives to find an effective solution. A pessimist sees limited or no choices in dark times; an optimist makes choices.
When bobbing for apples, an idealist endlessly reaches for the best apple, a pessimist settles for the first one within reach, while an optimist drains the barrel, fishes out all the apples and makes pie.
It has been his place to express himself through his creations and manipulations of the elements of the world. Artistic masterpieces, destruction across villages, architecture, etc. Anything that you can see is the work of an artisan, and Sannoto has always been drawn to that.
As a child, he didn't care about playing outside on the playground, but rather why outside was What made it hot? What made it warm? Why did seasons change constantly? Why was the world in a constant state of flux? He has always been compelled to make things, to shape the world to his own perspective and views. Clocks, computers, medical equipment; he always took things apart and then put them back together.
On his free time, he didn't practice handseals, but rather studied why specific handseal sequences produced a different effect. As an artisan, Sannoto's view on the world is strictly related to that of a machine; he perceives it as that. Animals killing one another, people fighting others, children getting sick, etc.
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Volcanic eruptions, earthquakes and tsunamis are just events to trigger the destruction of the world, only to have it rebuild itself again. For Sannoto, he believes in the cycle of destruction and rebirth. For everything that is destroyed, something is given life. For this reason, Sanoto perceives human nature as good. As a result, he is one who follows the middle road of life.
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He refuses to disturb the natural order of the universe, but when balance is upset he seeks to simply restore it. Peace can not be established without conflict, and conflict cannot exist without peace; a balance that Sannoto recognizes.
Sannoto, as a artisan and a scholar, is someone with a rather pragmatic view on the world. While many people allow their experiences to distort their perspective, Sannoto's mechanic-like attitude doesn't grant him a distorted view.
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Everything that happens is a part of the ultimate machine—the machine he recognizes as life—and is merely a process. The world, rather than being colored, is seen more or less as grey in his eyes.
Because of this view, he sees very little reason to deviate from his current lifestyle of the restorer of balance; he believes himself to being an universal constant and, partly due to his relative arrogance, an eternal being. Despite this arrogance however, Sannoto doesn't enjoy much attention at all. He rarely cares about being remembered or acknowledged, but in cases where he does care he prefers it to be through his work as an artisan: He wishes to create things that he can eternally live alongside with.
The lack of desire for attention is a reason why Sannoto finds it quite difficult to speak about himself, but when speaking about his work he is capable of rambling for days. Because he takes pride in his work rather than himself in most cases, Sannoto self identifies as a machine, thereby opening himself to criticism.
With this openness, he takes criticism and other comments fairly easily without getting offended or disturbed in the slightest. Every opportunity where he is criticized allows him to grow as an artisan, and the knowledge that he attains from this growth fills his scholarly need to assimilate experiences and sensations.
Often times, because he doesn't get offended easily, things that people may say to Sannoto matter very little to him when it isn't criticism about his work. His desire to study the world and to learn how it works leaves him very little time to focus on himself.
Consumed by the substance of life rather than the image, the fact is that he may not be in touch with the people of the world, but simply unified with nature. Detached with society, Sannoto is able to watch entire massacres without being moved emotionally. Death is apart of nature, and as a sage he realizes that.Uzumaki vs Senju Rankings
Despite this, massacres that aren't natural in the sense that nature didn't intend for it to happen Sannoto finds the motivation to respond. When the world is plagued with too much death, a percentage that he himself decides, Sannoto seeks to restore the balance, but when death is not apparent enough he again restores the balance.
When it is restored, he secedes into the background and allows the natural flow of the universe to take hold. Like his rivalSannoto is someone of true neutrality. As the combination of man and nature, his role does not lie in siding with either force, but rather maintaining the balance between these two opposing forces.