In the opening pages of Ancient Origins, Robert Kiyosaki explains that he chose the title Ancient Origins because it was based on the book by Robert T. Maddison, called Ancient Elements. Robert T. Maddison was an American mineralogist and geologist who had worked with numerous Native American tribes and whose discoveries were published in the late nineteenth century. The late Dr. Maddison was a student of Williamahn Whittaker, one of the leading pioneers of archeology and who had helped to found the modern universities of Harvard and Yale.

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In Ancient Origins, Robert Kiyosaki draws on various examples from the book of Genesis, but does not comment on the meaning of the passages in Genesis and the book of Job. Instead, he comments on how he feels it is important to be able to understand the world around us, as we are being created and recreated in it. At the start of the book, Kiyosaki writes, "I began to see how little I understood about the world. It seemed to be made up of parts that were almost impossible to understand."

As he goes on to write about the book of Job, he comments that Job was the only book among the Old Testament that speaks about creation, then deals specifically with the creation of the world. Afterward, in the appendix, Kiyosaki relates his own experiences of suffering racial prejudices in his native Japan. According to the author, he "was not permitted to enter public school. He and his family had to live in a lodge on the edge of the Imperial Forest." This is where the story of the Native Americans and their supposed blood relation with the original people of the New World begin to take place.