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Focus Description:

The wizard makes several mysterious passes with his hands over a wand or pencil, which ominously begin to move on their own.

Focus secret:

The focus should be on a smooth, hard surface.

Place the stick (pencil) on the table and very slowly draw circles around the stick with your finger. When you remove your finger, the stick will follow. Tell the audience that the finger created a static field that attracts the stick like a magnet.

The trick is that when you move your finger away from you and away from the stick, you blow on it without being noticed. The audience is so busy watching your finger move that they won't notice you blowing on the stick, causing it to roll on a flat surface.

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