In case you were wondering how to get the object, it was given by the puzzle on pages 114 & 115 in the journal. The method is a combination of a Vigenere cipher and a box cipher.

There is a separate Vigenere for each of the pentagrams. The keyword to each was the English translation of the of the Roman names for the cities. Take them in order from top to bottom of the figure.

Londinium = London
Eboracum = York
Durovernum Cantiacorum = Canterbury

In each case, the cipher text is read clockwise, starting from the 12 o'clock position. Deciphering gives:
Code:
WFVGW = LRIDI
CCVOY = EOEEA
ESEEW = CSRLS
Then, reading down the columns, you get the solution LE CROSIER D'ELIAS, French for the crosier of Elias.