The new Einstein-Noether Relativity theory is the merger of Einstein’s relativity theories with Noether’s theorems of energy and momentum conservation by the authors. This merger results into two new solutions to Einstein’s theory of General Relativity: the gravitational field of a sphere and the gravitational field of the Universe. The current solutions to Einstein’s theory of General Relativity have been corrected for Noether’s theorem. These modifications seem minor, but are crucial. The new gravitational field of a sphere, the former Schwarzschild Solution, leads to torus-shaped black holes. The new gravitational field of the Universe, the former Robertson-Walker Solution, leads to an eternal and spherical Universe.