As shown in a previous blog of "Jolt in Antarctica, Africa and South America some days after M6 Sco...", a series of Jolt was recorded at some GSN stations in Antarctica, Africa and South America some days after M6 Scotia Sea 2014-02-08.
A jolt began at 14:10 UTC of 2014-02-11 at VNDA (Antarctica), followed at LBTB (Botswana), LPAZ (Bolivia), PLCA (Argentina), BOSA (South Africa), CPUP (Paraguay) and DBIC (Cote d'Ivoire) at 13:30 UTC of 2014-02-13, during almost 48 hours of a series.
Again, seven days later, a series of jolt began at VNDA at 14:10 UTC of 2014-02-18.
This second series (2014-02-18) happened in the same order repeatedly at an identical station and at the same time as the first one (2014-02-11), exactly alike.
Assuming that the S Pole of Earth is pulled towards the Planet X, in the direction of the Sun, I show the supposed moving direction of the spot roughly at the time when a jolt happened.
Please note that the actual moving direction of the spot does not necessarily correspond to the direction of an arrow because of the Earth Wobble.