King James I was responsible for the widely accepted King James Bible. This book appeared before that, written by him and showing that he believed himself to be an instrument of God. He believed in Satan and that it was his job to kill "witches" (the Devils ministers), while carrying out his duties. This book is an important historical and religious study, allowing one to study King James and his concerns at the time that the book was written. Contains a revealing and rather scandalous Introduction on King James and his personality.