The Church of the Journey is a system of beliefs that rose to prominence among Humans in the late 29th century. In 2876 its founder, Vita Perry, developed a meditation technique to be undertaken before, during, and after long journeys. The technique was meant to enhance its practitioner’s appreciation of their path through life via understanding how a journey had changed them, delight in a journey begun, acceptance of a journey ended, and anticipation of the next journey. By the late 2890s, a code of morals centered around passing through the universe with as little impact upon it as possible developed alongside the meditation practice. Followers of this code are known as Journeymen.