Didn't find shit, captain. But I did find a book called The Nuremberg Mind, The Psychology of the Nazi Leaders. The computer assured me it was very inkblot-related, and at first glance, I thought: An inkblot in the center of a swastika on the cover? I'll bite. (I couldn't find a link to the cover, so deal with phone-cam.)
I felt slightly odd, perhaps guilty, walking this book up to be checked-out. I feel like I am on some sort of list now.
It turns out the book focuses on the inkblot test that was part of the evaluation of the Nazi's head honchos that were in the hot seat at this famous trail. The book was written in 1975, and seems pretty slanted. The individual responses of the war criminals to some of the (what is now) standard Rorschach test cards are certainly interesting. Everything else, including the authors' opinions, are steamy bags of pig piss.
I don't need to worry about my book summary, because the last line of the book, and I shit you not, is: The Nazi were not psychologically normal or healthy individuals.
What I did get out of the book is that the testers flipped the cards around, did multiple testings, and even had them view the blots from up to 10 feet away. So at least I got a few ideas out of the book that probably has me on some FBI red-flag list.
So, not to leave you without a blot, I am going to put up Card X from the standard Rorschach deck. Hermann Goering commented to one of the testers, "Oh, those crazy cards again...[laughs]...you know, one of the [other prisoners] said you showed him a lot of vulgar pictures."
I know how you feel, anonymous tester. I know how you feel...
I am like you, and anyone that has ever responded in this blog is exactly like Hermann Goering.
I'll post his responses tomorrow.
Note: Not one war criminal saw a panda in any of the blots.