How can you levitate small objects?

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You can make small objects levitate by using an invisible thread, which can be bought at a magic store or can be achieved by using a single thread. First, place one end in the mouth or on a high button shirt and the other end should be placed on the object at the right moment. Then, you should stand at a distance that tightens the string. Finally, make small movements to make it appear as if you are causing the object to levitate.
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I hope the OP knows of sarcasm when reading Atheist's post, because essentially none of what they said was true. As to answer the question, there is only ONE WAY people can levitate
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