I don't know that he was considered insane, though he does seem to have been bisexual. However, the translation of the Bible that is called The King James version was not actually translated by him, but by a number of scholars who made the translation on the King's orders. It is not true that 'countless' women were burned as witches during his reign (as a comment above suggests). The 1580s-1620s was the peak period for witch trials, but that was general throughout Europe, not just in england, moreover not all those accused of witchcraft were women, and not all those who were accused were condemned. Witchcraft was actually quite a difficult charge to prove, and for that reason courts were reluctant to try suspected witches, and juries were reluctant to bring ina guilty verdict. Overall, about 50% of those tried for witchcraft were acquitted.