The sightings of the so called Flying Saucers pointed to three releative near space faring civilizations : the Vril, the Freons and the Ferons. All three were within 200 Light years of earth and all three used disc shaped space craft. The Vril had interacted with the Aryans for over 1000 years and had given them Technology so the Vrill Gesellschaft was able to built and create Flying Discs as well.
A flying saucer (also referred to as a flying disc) is a type of described flying craft with a disc or saucer-shaped body, though has also been used generically to refer to any reported anomalous flying object of any shape. The term dates from 1947 and was later supplanted by the USAF in 1952 with the even more-generic unidentified flying objects or (UFO's). These are usually described as silver or metallic, sometimes reported as covered with running lights or surrounded with a glowing light, hovering or moving rapidly, either alone or in tight formations with other similar craft, and exhibiting high maneuverability.
Although the term refers specifically to unknown flying objects, there have also been man-made saucer-like craft, such as the American Chance Vought V-173 / XF5U "Flying Flapjack", the British GFS flying saucer, by inventor Geoff Hatton, or the British "S.A.U.C.E.R." ("Saucer Aircraft Utilising Coanda Effect Reactions") flying saucer, by inventor Alf Beharie.
Disc-shaped flying objects have been interpreted as being sporadically recorded since the Middle Ages, the first highly publicized sighting by Kenneth Arnold on June 24, 1947, resulted in the creation of the term by U.S. newspapers. Although Arnold never specifically used the term "flying saucer", he was quoted at the time saying the shape of the objects he saw was like a "saucer", "disc", or "pie-plate", and several years later added he had also said "the objects moved like saucers skipping across the water." (The Arnold article has a selection of newspaper quotes.) Both the terms flying saucer and flying disc were used commonly and interchangeably in the media until the early 1950s.
Arnold's sighting was followed by thousands of similar sightings across the world. Such sightings were once very common, to such an extent that "flying saucer" was a synonym for UFO through the 1960s before it began to fall out of favor. The term is still often used generically for any UFO.
More recently, the flying saucer has been largely supplanted by other alleged UFO-related vehicles, such as the black triangle. The term UFO was, in fact, invented in 1952, to try to reflect the wider diversity of shapes being seen. However, unknown saucer-like objects are still reported, such as in the widely-publicized 2006 sighting over Chicago-O'Hare airport.