FEMA, in coordination with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), will conduct a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) and Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) on October 4, 2023.

“The national test will consist of two portions, testing WEA and EAS capabilities. Both tests are scheduled to begin at approximately 2:20 p.m. ET on Wednesday, Oct. 4,” FEMA writes.

Test messages will be sent to all TVs, radios, and cell phones.


The WEA portion of the test will be directed to all consumer cell phones. This will be the third nationwide test, but the second test to all cellular devices. The test message will display in either English or in Spanish, depending on the language settings of the wireless handset.

The EAS portion of the test will be sent to radios and televisions. This will be the seventh nationwide EAS test.


FEMA and the FCC are coordinating with EAS participants, wireless providers, emergency managers and other stakeholders in preparation for this national test to minimize confusion and to maximize the public safety value of the test.

The purpose of the Oct. 4 test is to ensure that the systems continue to be effective means of warning the public about emergencies, particularly those on the national level. In case the Oct. 4 test is postponed due to widespread severe weather or other significant events, the back-up testing date is Oct. 11.

The WEA portion of the test will be initiated using FEMA’s Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS), a centralized internet-based system administered by FEMA that enables authorities to send authenticated emergency messages to the public through multiple communications networks. The WEA test will be administered via a code sent to cell phones.

There’s lots of online chatter that the FEMA emergency alert test will be conducted for nefarious reasons.

Comments made by military attorney Todd Callender have garnered the most attention.

Callender said the lipid nanoparticles used in the experimental mRNA COVID-19 shots contain several dangerous pathogens, and different frequencies from the 5G network can release these pathogens, according to Greg Reese.

“Inside of these shots that people already received inside the lipid nanoparticles, the hydrogel, there exists pathogens inside of the particles that have not yet opened. Those pathogens are chimeric. They include E. coli, Marburg, Ebola, Staphylococcus, and brewer’s yeast, amongst others,” Callender said in a 2022 interview.

“We that upon the broadcast from the 5G system that is now employed across the United States, and the world for that matter. When they broadcast an 18 gigahertz signal for one minute, three different times as a pulse, it will cause those lipid nanoparticles to swell and release these pathogenic contents, thereby causing a Marburg epidemic that they’ve already spent the money on,” he continued.

“And there’s actually worse parts to it than that, including the 1P36 gene deletion, that effectively will turn those poor people into zombies. As odd as that sounds, our government’s preparing for that,” he said.

Greg Reese pointed out that the CDC released a public service announcement in 2011 about a Zombie Apocalypse.

Watch the Reese Report below:

From the CDC:

CDC published “Preparedness 101: Zombie Apocalypse” to the Public Health Matters blog in 2011. The post was an example of educational entertainment. It used a popular cultural reference to zombies to promote preparedness for different emergencies and disasters. The campaign is now retired.

Considering the online chatter about FEMA’s emergency alert test, my friend shared a movie trailer that raises eyebrows.

In the 2016 movie “Cell,” a mysterious cell phone signal turns humans into savage killers.

The science fiction horror film is based on 2006 novel of the same name by Stephen King.

Per Wikipedia:

The film’s story follows a New England artist struggling to reunite with his young son after a mysterious signal broadcast over the global cell phone network turns the majority of his fellow humans into mindless vicious animals.

Watch the trailer for “Cell”:

Could this film be predictive programming for a real-life ‘Zombie Apocalypse’?


I don’t know.

I have no evidence to make that claim.

But I don’t believe in coincidences.

However, I think our diabolical government wants us in a state of perpetual fear and paranoia.

What’s going to happen during this emergency test on October 4 (or 11)?

I don’t know.

Cont. from FEMA:

All wireless phones should receive the message only once. The following can be expected from the nationwide WEA test:

  • Beginning at approximately 2:20 p.m. ET, cell towers will broadcast the test for approximately 30 minutes. During this time, WEA-compatible wireless phones that are switched on, within range of an active cell tower, and whose wireless provider participates in WEA, should be capable of receiving the test message.
  • For consumers, the message that appears on their phones will read: “THIS IS A TEST of the National Wireless Emergency Alert System. No action is needed.”
  • Phones with the main menu set to Spanish will display: “ESTA ES UNA PRUEBA del Sistema Nacional de Alerta de Emergencia. No se necesita acción.”

WEA alerts are created and sent by authorized federal, state, local, tribal and territorial government agencies through IPAWS to participating wireless providers, which deliver the alerts to compatible handsets in geo-targeted areas. To help ensure that these alerts are accessible to the entire public, including people with disabilities, the alerts are accompanied by a unique tone and vibration.

Important information about the EAS test:

  • The EAS portion of the test is scheduled to last approximately one minute and will be conducted with the participation of radio and television broadcasters, cable systems, satellite radio and television providers and wireline video providers.
  • The test message will be similar to the regular monthly EAS test messages with which the public is familiar. It will state: “This is a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System, issued by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, covering the United States from 14:20 to 14:50 hours ET. This is only a test. No action is required by the public.

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