And how does some people move object with their mind???
They don't. Maybe in "Phenomenon", "Powder", "Matilda", or even in lucid dreams they do.
The physic quantum shows (watch a lot of video or read book about it). Some physician said that we can teleport a solid object one place to another.
I think you mean "physicist" and not "physician" (look up the meaning of both). I happen to have read a lot about quantum theory. I love the subject. But there are many myths that are easily dispelled just by reading the right books by the real experts - especially those that worked at CERN.
Teleportation has not been demonstrated yet so there is no reason to believe that it is possible yet, and (especially on a classical level) it is the stuff of science-fiction. If it is possible, hypothetically speaking, it will most certainly be achievable technologically by taking advantage of quantum entanglement, nothing supernatural there.
If you imagine the universe as a huge gravitational well, and the tiniest particles of baryonic matter being marbles, the quantum entanglement effect would be like removing one of the 'marbles' to have another one fall into its place. The analogy may not fully encompass the nature of quantum mechanics but it does reflect, in part, the natural principle (emphasis on natural
as opposed to supernatural). No information travels faster than light, so, in quantum entanglement, what is going on is a cosmological effect in a great gravitational 'well'. This is the extent to which things are truly connected apart from the fact that everything originated from the same bang.
The connection, however, does not extend to wishes being granted to massive atomic structures mostly perceiving the macro scale as conscious agents, such as us, as though there is some intelligence behind the cosmos. That's wishful thinking and it were true it would not only violate the laws of physics, but would also be demonstrable in the prayer experiments that have been conducted - not to mention that scientists would have clocked on from experiments and statistics
Scientists said that we only use 7% of the power of our mind.
I think you mean the idea that we only use 10% of our brains. It's a myth. If we only used a small percentage we wouldn't have evolved as much brain mass as what we currently have in the first place. Natural selection would not favour it if we don't need the extra weight. Besides, science shows us that we absolutely use all of it. What is true is that, when someone decides to learn a new skill, for example, they can develop new neural connections over time and what seems difficult at first may become a doddle. In this case, we are talking about the potential of what people can develop.
Anyway, all of this seems irrelevant to the alleged predication in this topic.