Wormhole and warp.
In principle is it necessary to create and have enough power in such a device to project a strong field in its immediate surrounding. (electromagnetic field strong enough to isolate itself from all other fields like gravitation, electromagnetism, radiation, and matter). A kind of micro-world formed outside the disk and protecting people/equipment inside. A kind of force-field and is independent of the macro world surrounding it. Protective even against even radiation. Able to travel through water. As soon as the power is switch on a disk becomes rigid due to the developing outer force-field. That makes it possible to move and go about without and completely independent of other forces which you can no longer feel like movement, speeding, change of direction just to name a few.
Summary disk development.
Vril members wore a Doppelsignet disc that represented the two mediums Maria Orsic and Sigrun.
The first purely Vril disc – the Vril 1 Jager (Hunter) was constructed in 1941 and first flew in 1942.
It was 11.5 meters in diameter, had a single pilot, and could achieve 2,900 km/h – 12,000 km/h!
It flew with a metal dome at first but subsequent test versions had a heavily reinforced glass dome and could seat two crew. Flight endurance was 5.5 hrs. It was planned to arm this craft with two MK-108 cannon plus 2 MG-17 machine guns. Seventeen of these crafts were constructed and tested between 1942-44 with 84 test flights
The Vril 2 Zerstorer (Destroyer) was a highly advanced oval-shaped disc that was much too complex for the time period; thus it was projected for 1945/46, so no construction was started. The Vril 3 and 4 have been photographed but
no surviving information is found on them. Vrils 5 and 6 likewise do not show up and may have the only project.
The Vril 7 and 8, however, were constructed.
The Vril 7 Geist (Ghost) was 45 meters in diameter and crewed by fourteen men. It was built in 1944 and tested at Arado-Brandenburg using Vril‘s own Triebwerk.
Vril’s medium Sigrun made frequent trips to the facility to oversee construction and testing. In 1944, Arado engineers approached her with a request. They wanted to know if the Vril Triebwerk could be adapted to one of their projects- the Arado E.555 strategic bomber. They were abruptly told, “No” and returned to their designs which resulted in eleven different versions of the bomber.
Sigrun was actually insulted because the entire purpose of the Vril discs was aimed at space flight.
No conventional bomber could withstand the heat of the velocity achieved by these machines which were constructed of hulls specially made of an advanced metal called Viktalen (in some sources Victalen or Viktalon).
The Vril 1 had a single hull of this type, the Vril 7 two. The large Haunbeu III had three!
With the SS supervising all aspects of the disc programs every model had to have at least theoretical provision for armament. In the Vril 7 Geist, it would have been four MK-108 cannon.
The Vril 8 Odin was the last official Vril disc that was flight tested in the spring of 1945 during the collapse.
This disc had an automatic Oberon upward-firing gun installation on top of the control center.
The Vril Gesellschaft had started evacuating to Base 211 in Neu Schwabenland Antarctica in March 1945 so it would seem like the Vril 8 Odin was the last Vril disc actually tested. However, some weeks after Germany surrendered both Haunebu and Vril craft were spotted in the skies over occupied Germany.
Although the Vril 9 Abjager (Universal Hunter) was shown as a design on paper, a craft identical to it was photographed postwar.
We are told and made to believe that we have to fly with the speed of light to get somewhere and is nonsense.
Every advanced civilization is using these wormholes and even in star-trek, the writer got it right.
Airl did tell Matilda that he could travel thousands of light years in one earth day and even with that speed the universe still very large.
Aldebaran-4 but normally refer to as Aldebaran