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Outer Path: Samsara of Heavenly Life Technique

Name

Kanji

外道・輪廻天生の術

Rōmaji

Gedō: Rinne Tensei no Jutsu

Literal English

Outer Path: Samsara of Heavenly Life Technique

Viz manga

Gedo: Art of Rinne Rebirth

Debut

Appears in

Anime and Manga

Data

Classification

Rinnegan.svg Kekkei Genkai, Ninjutsu, Reincarnation Ninjutsu, Dōjutsu

Rank

S-rank

Class

Supplementary

Hand seals

Ram → Snake

Other jutsu

Users

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The original article can be found on Narutopedia at Outer Path: Samsara of Heavenly Life Technique.

By channelling their power through the King of Hell, the user can re-infuse new life force energy to the dead bodies of those recently killed. With their rejuvenated bodies acting as an anchor, the individual souls are then able to leave the crossroad between life and the afterlife, returning back to their physical vessels. The technique targets all the individuals killed, even those not necessarily killed by the Six Paths of Pain. There seems to be a limited time for when this technique can be used. This technique requires a massive amount of chakra, as it resulted in Nagato's death due to chakra overuse. Nagato became severely weakened, his hair becoming increasingly thinner and greyer as he performed the technique.

Influences

As with many of Nagato's techniques, it is influenced by Buddhist terminology. Gedō (外道, lit. "Outer Path"), derived from the Sanskrit Tīrthika, refers to any doctrine which "treads the outer path" to enlightenment. This is opposed to the teachings of orthodox Buddhism (the "inner path"), and is thus considered misguided and heretical.