Great topic, the holo patterns definitely deserves more attention!
However I must join PichuFan, muk and zorloth in saying that you merely prove it is unlikely pkonno went to such extent as to match the patterns to existing and previously surfaced illustrators.
However, as unikely as it is, someone could still with some time dedication, pay attenion to those details and "craft" something that could fool us, even through this very in-depth analysis of the holo pattern. Timesheets still exist today, and could be acetone'd off to obtain "blank" sheets on which to print. Worse, because there is a limited amount of patterns, with effort, you could match it to an existing card by choosing the correct orientation, angle and offset from the side of the sheet. That assumes you have material to reprint with the right rosetta patterns etc, but at this point we're assuming the faker would not be your everyday scammer.
Regardless, amazing research! Identifying and reporting more universes/constellations has some value, and could be used for example to say that it is likely 2 cards were next to each other. Going further, this could be interesting when looking at a whole booster box's worth of holo, or even display case. For instance, there's potential applications in checking what happens to boxes having holo from 2 different sheets, as we could identify these, and link for instance to booster boxes where duplicate holos have been pulled (not for US Base set 1st ed sadly, but for most set WOTC seems to have no duplicate holos most of the time).