Going on a bit now about magic vs science: electrons can be called magic, because nobody knows what they are. We know what they do, when they do it, how much and for how long, but what they actually are is a mystery. Clarke's Law* states that anything we don't understand we are allowed to call magic, so magic they are!
(*Arthur C Clarke, science fiction writer)
And what electrostatics does is hold the Universe together. Your magic will allow you do make napkins dance, but the electrons' magic also stops the straw, napkin and table from turning into powder