I am not sure about what your looking for or what your questioning.
If you have your own proposal as a solution to some perceived problem with the Saturn scenario, it should be posted in the NIAMI board. If that is the case let me know and you can post your ideas on this thread and we can easily move the thread to the more appropriate board. Being on the NIAMI board has a further advantage in that there is more flexibility for mythological discussions, which are of course tied into the subject. If you have any questions send me a PM.
If your wondering about the apparent stability of the present order of the solar system and how it was achieved, then I do not think that is a big problem. Newtonian dynamics do not guarantee stability over long periods of time. In a multi bodied system perturbations of planets upon each other tend to become chaotic, meaning planetary positions cannot be predicted. So the so called n body problem indicates that there are other forces (EM) involved in the celestial mechanics of the solar system. Thornhill explains this on his Holoscience site: Newton’s Electric Clockwork Solar System
I asked (on one of the other threads that you have opened) if you had read anything by Cardona and you replied "no." So it would appear to me that you do not have much background on the subject but are nevertheless intrigued and desirous of further investigation.
I provided a link to Cardona's book "God Star", which is the first in a series of four books (to this point.) Each book is several hundred pages and they outline in detail the author's version of the Saturn theory.
The books are a bit pricey and most here on the forum have not read any of them. But any discussion of the Saturn scenario, in order to be complete, must include the works of Cardona.
Lloyd has a thread which contains an interview of Cardona here:viewtopic.php?f=10&t=3824