Walker Talks…
on the Eranos Conferences
Sunday, April 26th at 2:30 pm

Beginning in 1933, in Ascona, Switzerland, there gathered annually an intellectual conclave of Jungians and Pythagoreans, philosophers and theologians, orientalists and historians of religions, ethnologists, Indologists, Islamists, Egyptologists, … [Read more...]

Sunday, Jan. 25th at 2:30 pm
Walker Talks! on Marsilio Ficino,
musician and philosopher
of the Renassiance

Walker Brents III continues his exploration of the mystical side of the Renaissance, with a talk on Marsilio Fichino, a musician and philosopher whose symbolic thought contributes greatly to contemporary poetic speech. … [Read more...]

Sunday, November 30th – 2:30 pm
Nostradamus: The Plague Doctor
Who Saw Through Time
A Walker Talk!

Walker Talks!  The last Sunday of each month... This month, Walker Brents III ponders an enigmatic 16th century seer, a doctor in a time of plagues and cataclysms whose uncanny ruminations and oblique, dire prophecies of the future have dazzled … [Read more...]

Sunday, September 28th – 2:30 p.m.
Walker Talks!
Eriugena’s theology of the logos

Walker Brents III weaves a fascinating web of insight, association, speculation and delight the last Sunday of every month, following his muse where it takes him on topics divers -- from epic literature to mythological tales to the enigmas of poetry … [Read more...]

Sunday, March 30th — 2:30 pm
Hildegard von Bingen:
A Talk by Walker Brents III

"Listen: there was once a king sitting on his throne. Around him stood great and wonderfully beautiful columns ornamented with ivory, bearing the banners of the king with great honor. Then it pleased the king to raise a small feather from the ground, … [Read more...]