Translated from here.
The four transforming stars
四 sì = four
化 huà = to change, turn, transform; to influence, convert; melt, dissolve; digest
化祿 Hua Lu
祿 lù = good fortune, happiness, prosperity; an official's salary in feudal China, emolument
Hua Lu represents the bustle of the harvest of autumn, and the time prior to the setting of the sun.
Hua Lu is associated with Metal, West, and trigram Dui.
Hua Lu gives the means to:
喜悅: happiness, joy; delight, gratification
收穫: harvest, crop; acquisition, profit, gain, bonus, success, reward
忙碌: to be busy, to bustle about
珍惜: to treasure, value, cherish
財祿: to get rich, to make a fortune
食祿: to draw government pay, to be in public service, the salary of an official
智慧: wisdom, understanding, knowledge, intelligence
源源不斷: a steady flow, in unbroken succession, an unending stream
化權 Hua Quan
權 quán = power, authority, right
This star betokens the vigour and vitality of summer, and the blazing sun of the summer solstice.
It is associated with Fire, South, and trigram Li.
In the horoscope Hua Quan effectuates:
勢力: force, influence, power
權威: authority, power and prestige
爭執: to stick to one's position, to dispute, disagree, to argue opinionatedly
虛榮: to be vainglorious
自負: to think highly of oneself, to be conceited; to take responsibility for one's actions
揮霍: to spend freely, to squander, to blow; to be extravagant, prodigal
剛強: to be firm, staunch, unyielding
鋒芒畢露: to make a display of one's abilities; to demonstrate or display acumen; to show one's intelligence, ability, or knowledge, etc., to the full extent; to be hard-edged
化科 Hua Ke
科 = a branch of academic or vocational study; a division or subdivision of an administrative unit
Hua Ke stands for the 'hundred flowers bloom' of spring; to let the arts have free expression; free development of different forms and styles in the arts. It represents dawn and the rising of the sun.
This star is associated with Wood, East, and the Zhen trigram.
In the horoscope Hua Ke permits:
生長: to grow; growth
名望: renown, stature, celebrity, popularity, good reputation, fame and prestige
功名: scholarly honour or official rank; achievement, fame, glory
情緣: predestined love between man and woman
科甲: imperial examinations
桃花: peach blossom
清白高尚: pure and noble and clean-living
化忌 Hua Ji
忌 jì = to be jealous of, envy; to fear, scruple, dread: to shun, avoid, abstain from; to quit, to give up
Hua Ji signifies the cold weather and frozen ground of winter. With this star darkness comes before dawn.
Hua Ji is associated with Water, North, and trigram Kan.
In the horoscope Hua Ji enables:
收藏: to hoard, collect, store up
凶險: dangerous, perilous, critical; in a very dangerous state; ruthless and treacherous
變遷: changes, vicissitudes
沉迷: to be confused, bewildered
災禍: calamity, disaster, catastrophe, misfortune, accident; curse
死亡: death, demise, fatality, doom
是非: dispute, quarrel
奔波勞累: exhaustion and toil from being constantly on the move and rushing about