Tom Findlay in his book Electric Universe (here)

Describes how if the heliospheres of two star systems come into contact with each other then the star with the most charge will dominate the lesser star which will quickly lose its charge and cease to look like a star due to a rapid and violent charge exchange mechanism.

The lesser star quickly becoming a satellite planet around the dominant star and also with it’s planets being taken over by said dominant star. So, Findlay hypothesises that Saturn could previously have been a brown dwarf star with its own planets and was taken over  by our  own present day Sun.

Planets in space in close proximity tend to get similar axial tilts , Earth, Mars and Saturn are all very similar at 26 degrees tilt. This is very different from the sun and other planets and this provides evidence to support this event...