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Yogi Subbayah Pullavar's Stick
HIM

Origin

Yogi Subbayah Pullavar

Type

Walking Stick

Effects

Allows user to appear to be levatiating by allowing the stick to pull their center of gravity into the stick for over four minutes.

Downsides

None Identified

Activation

Holding

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Abnorm-896P

Aisle

422995-6226

Shelf

380985-9064-189

Date of Collection

07.17.2013

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OriginEdit

Yogi Pullavar, also known as Subbayah Pullavar, was an Indian man who on 6 June 1936 was reported to have levitated into the air for four minutes in front of a crowd of 150 witnesses.

Yogi's feat was publicly observed and photographed in an exhibition that occurred in South India. The feat was executed around noon on a sunny, cloudless day and in an area where visibility was not obscured. The Illustrated London News printed the story and photos which were taken from various angles by P. T. Plunkett who was a witness present that day and scrutinized the entire event.

EffectsEdit

During a period four minutes long, the user is able to balance themselves midair while only supported on by the stick. It shifts their respective center of mass into the stick, allowing them to remain upright in an unnatural position.

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