How electronic music has transformed itself from being a marginal compositional mode of expression for science fiction sound tracks to becoming an integrated sonic art form to enhance emotional and intellectual motivation, as explored by Jóhann Jóhannsson in his sound track for the film, Arrival, is an ongoing process that can lead to a wider view of understanding our place in the universe. Through the use of sonic articulations, the emergent process of scientific exploration in the fields of asteroseismology, nano tunneling microscopes, as well as EM and gravitational fields found in the universe are producing a new sonic tapestry defining the distribution of frequency patterns which form life as we know it. With the sonification and direct recording of cosmic and protein frequencies a new philosophical and cosmological expressions of how consciousness operates in the universe can come about. The spatial domain in which sonic artefacts fill the mind lends insight as to how cognitive spatiality effects sound composition. These new subjective interpretations form a new palette from which an electronic music composer can draw from. By exploring new forms of sonic spatiality a deeper understanding of our cognitive abilities in the universe can come about.