Given six strong magnets, what if we fix three of them to a table in a simple, horizontal, equilateral triangle-like formation (with their north poles sticking up), and the other three to the points of a rigid wooden (same size) equilateral triangle, with their north poles facing down? We can overlay these two triangles in a perfect "Star of David" formation, and statically levitate the latter triangle above the table by the repulsion of the fields. No moving charges or fields required, just some wood and six strong permanent magnets. The weight of the triangle & magnets will prevent "flipping", while the repulsive magnetic fields will prevent "spinning" or lateral movement as well.
Does this violate Earnshaw's theorem somewhere?