A study of the texts in the hypocephalus Turin Cat. 2320, probably dated to the Ptolemaic period, is presented in this paper considering variants in other examples. Other types of texts around the rim of hypocephali, for example those devoted to Djebaty, or with excerpts from spell 162 of the Book of the Dead, present more canonical meanings. Interesting references to the main components of the deceased – ka, ba, akh, and the corpse – can be identified in the texts around the rim and in the various registers. Noteworthy, in particular, is the concept of the ba of Amun that becomes the multiplicity of the universe, which, as Jan Assmann indicated, the Theban clergy of the Ramesside period developed from the Amarnian idea of “One-and-million”.