Black ink. A U-shaped blot, each side of the U resembling a female figure in a narrow-waisted dress.
a vagina (on center line at bottom of U).
Christina Crawford meets projective psychology: This blot is supposed to reveal how you really feel about your mother. Virtually everyone sees two girls or women. Deprecating descriptions of the figures~ witches, gossips, girls fighting, spinsters indicate poor maternal relations. Seeing the blot as thunderclouds instead of female figures suggests anxiety to some psychologists; seeing it as a walnut
kernel may mean a vulvar fixation.
There is an entirely different side to this blot, but you're not supposed to see it. The white space between the girls or women can be interpreted as an oil lamp or similar object. It is claimed that only schizophrenics
usually see the lamp.