Austin, TX, March 20, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Many prophecies and beliefs surround the possibilities of apocalyptic times, from the Book of Revelation, the Mayan 2012 end date, to the prediction of cataclysmic destruction from a Pole Shift. Yet no one has reasonably suggested how to prepare for it... until now, with the Safe Locations 2012 app for the iPhone.
The Safe Locations 2012 app was created by Eric Pham, a Hollywood veteran and the producer/director of “The ZETAS TALK,” as a supplement to his feature documentary on the doomsday prophet, Nancy Lieder, her life and connection to the Zetas, and the origins of ZetaTalk.com. The Zetas are alien beings from the Zeta Reticuli star system.
Nearly two-thirds of Americans believe that some form of alien life exists somewhere in the universe*, and it’s reflected in the growing audience of Mrs. Lieder and her website, www.ZetaTalk.com. Since 1995, the Zeta’s warning about the coming apocalypse on earth has expanded to a dozen mirror sites, translated to 23 other languages, and has hundreds of thousands of unique visitors each week.
Over sixteen years in the making, the Safe Locations 2012 app is based on a compilation of documents with detailed descriptions of what will happen to hundreds of cities, states, regions, and countries around the world during and after the Pole Shift.
Available on the app store for the iPhone and iPad, people can now determine if their city or region is safe, then easily search, find, and save alternative Safe Locations information for themselves and their family.
About Phame Factory and Eric Pham
Started in 2001, Phame Factory is a production company based in Austin, TX founded by Eric Pham, a visual effects guru, director and producer with credits (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0679621/) on films such as Sin City, Spy Kids 3, and Action News 5. To find out more please visit www.phamefactory.com and www.thezetastalk.com.
* Statement based on a survey commissioned by the National Geographic Channel in association with the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) Institute in 2005.
Kris Pham, Media Relations